Perhaps nothing concerning Maharajji is more mind-stretching than the manner in which he related to the physical universe, especially to his own body.
Although at first glance he seemed like an ordinary body - and he seemed to go out of his way to prove that it was - there was ample evidence not only that it was not ordinary but, indeed, extraordinary beyond comprehension.
Once I was having lunch in America with a Nobel Prize winning physicist.
He asked me about Maharajji and I proceeded to share a number of stories with him.
He found it all fascinating and could allow for the truth of all of it, until I got to the stories of how Maharajji could appear in two places simultaneously.
To this the physicist replied, "That's impossible. The basis of physics is that something cannot be in two places at once."
"But you see," I said, "Maharajji did it anyway." (R.D.)