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What is a sanskara? Where did the sanskara comes from? What came before the beginning of the first sankara?

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These sansakarame pages source from Ward Parks Tiffin Lecture, the notes, from C.P. Ranasinghe 1957 first edition Lord Buddha’s explanation of the universe, and from Meher Baba’s Lawrence ‘Hermes’ Reiter,s edited version Lord Buddha’s Explanation of the Universe, Meher Message, Meher Gazette, and Divya Vani magazines.

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Baba then expounded about the gaseous structure of the universe:

From the nebula came the four elements, though they were not produced simultaneously. First came heat, then crust, rocks and lastly, water.

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What happened then was when the gas became cool it turned into liquid and this liquid (water) seeped in between the rocks.


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Once in 1929 Baba asked some of his men Mandali,  "Have you ever examined what I defecate?" 
Some said yes, some said no. Baba continued,  "You have no idea what my feces contain. In the beginning of creation, I defecated, and all the suns, moons, stars and universes came out. They are all my excrement. But just imagine, when this dirty thing is so beautiful, how can you ever imagine my real splendor? You will lose your senses if you ever see even a glimpse of it

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Sanksaras, Gases, and the journey towards the First Plane

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with gratitude from this footnote
Much of what Meher Baba explained about the process and details of creation can be found in GOD SPEAKS: THE THEME OF CREATION AND ITS PURPOSE, by Meher Baba (1955). The second edition (1973) has much added material. You might want particularly to look at pages 80-88, 98-99 and 165 in the second edition.
The book BEAMS FROM MEHER BABA ON THE SPIRITUAL PANORAMA (1958) has more on the subject. This book contains Baba's answers to questions about GOD SPEAKS. See particularly pages 7-12, 20-43 and 77-88.
Another important source is SHRI MEHER BABA, HIS PHILOSOPHY AND TEACHINGS, COMPILED FROM HIS OWN DICTATIONS, by Ramjoo Abdulla (1933). This book was serialised in the Awakener Magazine, and later reprinted as a special edition of the Awakener, entitled SILENT TEACHINGS OF MEHER BABA by Ramjoo Abdulla (1974?). In this book, see pages 1-3 and 15-23.
A fourth important source is THE NOTHING AND THE EVERYTHING by Bhau Kalchuri (1981), which was written from notes given by Meher Baba. In this book, see pages 5-7, 195, and 210-215 (but there is more about creation scattered throughout the book).
Also see Di (7th ed.) p23-25, and EN p99.