C. Ramiah : "...I perceived the sublime and glorious form of the Mahatma...."
Aug 29, 2006 11:41 AM
In 1884 in the pages of THE THEOSOPHIST, C. Ramiah wrote:
"...one day, while in prayers, I perceived a ray of light of golden
hue shine within me, and as I followed it, it grew in intensity, and
the golden hue was diffused all over in me. It did not however stop
here, and it extended itself to the whole earth, and even went
beyond it, lighting up as far as the mind's eye can reach or
comprehend. In this light I perceived worlds moving and all sorts of
matter and human and other forms moving in this ocean of light. The
vision was splendid to behold, and after a lapse of about five
minutes the light gradually contracted itself to the original single
ray, and in the light which it diffused, I perceived the sublime and
glorious form of the Mahatma [Koot Hoomi]. I must, however, add here
that so long as this ray of light of golden hue was seen by me,
neither the clouds, nor the intensely strong light with variegated
colors, nor unsteadiness of light, disturbed the vision."
See the full account which is in two parts:
Food for thought.
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