1. The wording of TTL/FF p. 128 and TTL p. 128 is obscure: “Asked the experiences of some, which almost went equally to mean that they had seen darkness at first, then through this darkness small circles of light appeared, and then only one circle in the end etc. etc.” (TLD/FF: 23-11-26, p. 1 reads similarly). Possibly the text in the earlier part of this sentence is corrupt since it makes little sense in its present form. Presumably, the gist is this: that after instructing them to close their eyes, Baba asked his mandali what they had experienced, and a few (“some”) said that they had seen circles of light, etc. The text has been amended accordingly.
2. The original text of TTL/FF p. 128 and TTL p. 128 seems garbled: “Now, this seeing of circles etc. is a step towards the Path of Seeing ‘Almighty’. The ‘Eternal Light’ [empty space] At first, you would see ‘circles’ . . .” (TLD/FF: 23-11-26, p. 1 reads similarly). The text has been amended on the basis of the reading that “Eternal Light” stands in apposition to “Almighty” and that it ought to be followed by a period.
3. The previous two sentences as they appear in “Tiffin Lectures” were in another version published as saying no. 88 in “Sayings of His Divine Majesty Sadguru Meher Baba,” Meher Message, vol. 2, no. 6 (June 1930), p. 1. For further information, see Appendix 5, Table 10, p. 514.
4. This analogy of the three curtains has been rendered in another form as saying no. 96 in “Sayings of His Divine Majesty Sadguru Meher Baba,” Meher Message, vol. 2, no. 8 (August 1930), p. 1. For further information, see Appendix 5, Table 10, p. 514.