Guruji had finished His USA & Europe tour along with R. P. Sharma, D. S. Jain, Bakshi Batra, Devinder Jain and a few more.
The scene is, ‘Check-in’ at the air port. The passengers were offering their luggage to the counter for check-in and it was being weighed. The officer checking the weights observed the rules of maximum weight allowed & charged for any extra weight.
Devinder Jain approached Guruji and said, “Guruji, the counter officer is checking the luggage very rigidly but my luggage must be more than double and they may charge for over weight. I have packed a few dozens of Camay soaps for which I am very fond of. Its weighty & shall be charged. Since I don’t have foreign currency to pay therefore they will force me to throw out all the soap cakes.”
He further prayed, “Guruji, please do some thing so that I am able to carry the soaps to India without being charged.” Guruji looked at him and smiled.
Now a miracle happened. Devinder placed his luggage on the weighing machine and the screen showed its weight almost three times the allowed weight. The officer did ‘Ok’ and accepted it without asking any question and switched over to the next passenger.
All were surprised at this change in his attitude. The officer was not ignoring even 10% over weight to others, allowed Devinder for 300% over weight. — Surprising.
After every thing was settled and Guruji reached india, I asked, “Guruji, how that officer allowed three times over weight to Devinder…?” Guruji looked at me and said, “Beta, those people are very innocent.” When Devinder’s turn came and I looked at his face, I felt pity on him. Then I took control over the duty officer’s brain, his eyes saw only the allowed weight and not the over weight. I did this for the sake of Devinder who was extra eager to carry the soap of his choice”.
Guru ji said, “Beta, yeh siraf khel tamasha hai, jo mein bachhon ko khush karne ke liye karta hoon, kabhi kabhi.” (Beta, this is only a fun & play. I exercise these spiritual powers rarely for the amusement of my disciples).
Aap ki maya aparam paar hai, Hey Gurudev