"The Holy Science" by Sri Yukteswar Giri that describes his encounter with Mahavatar Babaji is titled "The Resurrection of Sri Yukteswar."
Sri Yukteswar Giri was a highly respected spiritual leader who had been seeking spiritual enlightenment for many years. He had heard about the legendary Mahavatar Babaji, a great yogi who was said to have lived for thousands of years.
One day, Sri Yukteswar had a vision in which Mahavatar Babaji appeared to him and instructed him to go to the Himalayas to receive spiritual teachings.
Sri Yukteswar set out on a journey to the Himalayas, and after many months of travel, he finally arrived at a cave where he met Mahavatar Babaji in person.
Mahavatar Babaji taught Sri Yukteswar many spiritual truths and initiated him into the ancient science of Kriya Yoga.
Sri Yukteswar spent several months with Mahavatar Babaji, learning from him and experiencing many profound spiritual insights.
After his time with Mahavatar Babaji, Sri Yukteswar returned to his home in India and began teaching the principles of Kriya Yoga to others.
Sri Yukteswar continued to have a close relationship with Mahavatar Babaji, and in later years, he often received guidance and spiritual insights from the great yogi.
In "Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master" by Sri M, there are several accounts of Sri M's encounters with Mahavatar Babaji. One such account describes an incident where Sri M met Babaji in person and received spiritual guidance from him.
Sri M was living in the Himalayas and practicing yoga and meditation.
He went on a trek to a nearby mountain peak to meditate and reflect on his spiritual journey.
As he was meditating, he felt a strong presence behind him and turned around to see Mahavatar Babaji standing there.
Babaji told Sri M that he had been watching him and was pleased with his spiritual progress.
Babaji gave Sri M a series of spiritual teachings and guidance, including instructions on meditation and yoga practices.
During their conversation, Babaji spoke about the nature of the soul and the importance of self-realization.
Babaji encouraged Sri M to continue on his spiritual path with dedication and perseverance.
After their conversation, Babaji blessed Sri M and disappeared from his sight.
Sri M continued to practice and deepen his spiritual practices under the guidance of Babaji and other Himalayan masters.
(Chapter - Meeting the master)
In "The Journey Home" by Radhanath Swami, there are several accounts of his encounters with spiritual masters including Mahavatar Babaji. Here is a summary of one such encounter with Babaji in points:
Radhanath Swami was traveling with a group of seekers in the Himalayas, searching for spiritual guidance.
They met an old sadhu who offered to take them to a cave where they could meditate and receive spiritual instruction.
As they were meditating in the cave, Radhanath Swami saw a bright light and felt a powerful presence.
He saw a man who looked like Mahavatar Babaji standing before him, radiating a divine light and love.
Babaji told Radhanath Swami that he was pleased with his spiritual journey and encouraged him to continue on the path of devotion.
Babaji also gave Radhanath Swami a mantra to chant and instructed him to share it with others.
After their encounter, Babaji disappeared and Radhanath Swami was left feeling deeply touched and inspired by the experience.
He continued on his spiritual journey, practicing devotion and sharing the mantra that Babaji had given him.
According to "The Journey Home" by Radhanath Swami, the mantra that Mahavatar Babaji gave him is the "Hare Krishna" mantra. The mantra is a chant consisting of the names of Krishna and Radha, two of the most prominent deities in the Hindu tradition. The mantra is considered a powerful tool for spiritual purification and is often chanted in devotional practices such as kirtan and japa meditation. Babaji instructed Radhanath Swami to chant the mantra regularly and to share it with others as a way to spread love and devotion in the world.
(Chapter, titled "Meeting My Spiritual Master".)