Mr. Toufail A. Shahid from Lahore writes:
Question: I am sixty years of age I am an ardent reader of articles on telepathy and other allied the east and the west on these subjects but I have never come across any writing so inspiring, comprehensive, logical and luminary as that of yours. Now at this age when I am actually sitting on the threshold of the grave, I intend to seek your guidance that can I at this age start the exercises of telepathy suggested by you?
You know it well that at this age of mine no interest remains there. I have almost every worldly facility by the grace of Almighty, except the peace of mind. You have written that the exercises of telepathy minimize the deterioration of the brain cells, thoughts are purged automatically and the anxiety and depression finishes, can the results of these exercises be had at any age? And, will these exercises have any harmful side effects for the brain and heart in the sixtieth year of life? Please allow me to start these exercises if the answer to this question is negative.
One more question, Please. Can we exchange thoughts with jinni, angels, and animals as it can be done with human beings? Can we influence the other solar systems by our thinking besides this world of ours? And, do the lights (thoughts) have their own distinct nature, trends, and characteristics?
Answer: Baba Tajuddin Nagpuri, the renowned sage of his age not only in describing the special points but even in his routine conversations would relate such facts which had a direct affinity with the laws of nature. Sometimes he would hint at a thing which scientifically explained the background of a wonder-working (Karamat). The listeners would instantly perceive the principles operative behind a wonder-working. At times it was felt as if the waves of light are transferring to the minds of the listeners. This also was experienced by the people who were present around Baba Tajuddin that he is sitting silently and they were feeling and understanding every such thing which was pondered upon by Baba Sahib, without having his attention consciously focused on someone his unintentional attention affected the people, they were greatly benefited from this style of Baba Sahib. This was almost a routine that if some people had some questions in their minds Baba sahib replied to them before they could utter it.