Somehow a liberated person may act as a normal person would. This is usually condemned as a fall for that liberated self. It would require mystic investigation to know if an ordinary act or a lowly act of a liberated person was a fall or something else.
The best attitude is to not allow the mind to judge and form an opinion about the contrary acts of a liberated person. Such matters may be left to chance, to providence, to fate, to cause return reactions to the liberated self.
If one passes a judgement then there is the likelihood that the energy released in one’s mind while doing that, may cause one to be demoted in yoga practice. Whatever a liberate self does which is contrary will be resolved by supernatural agency. Hence there is no need for an ordinary person to pass judgement.
Suppose a good man commits a criminal act and is arrested and judged by the state authorities, what is the use of forming a judgement about it. Why let the mind indulge one in being judge and jury? Everyone should be confident that nature and God has everything under wraps. We are not required. Our opinions have little or no meaning. Hence why express it while thinking or tell others about it verbally, especially since nature or God may take offense and deal with us for doing so.
Yogeshwarananda did not discuss the incidence with me. I dare not inquire of him about it. However due to mystic perception I know the reason which is in his subtle body there was an energy for checking for birth opportunities in the psyche of others. This energy acted to cause him to see the sixteen-year-old girl.
It is the type of energy which inquires like this:
- Could this be my mother if I take rebirth?
- What would she be like as an endearing parent?
- Would my passage through her psyche as an embryo cause me to lose the yoga insight?
- She is a pretty female but is her psychology harmful to me?