” Baba mentioned that when the Mahapralaya occurred, three-fourths of the world would be destroyed, but those who remained would be honest, devoted souls who never lie or cheat each other. “These lovers of God who survive will create a better world,” Baba stated. “Today, even though I want to save people from their own actions and all the resulting bad things that are happening in the world, I cannot because it is their sanskaras that are causing them to act in this way. Even if you try to tell them, they won’t listen.”
By action performed with the desire for a result the sanskara is created, Thus Baba warning to desire endlessly but refrain from putting the desire into action.
Source Lord Meher
from the Sevencolorsofmusic . com this lively paragraph:
"Many ancient traditions hold the number seven to be basic in their cosmology, for example, the idea of seven heavens arranged in a hierarchy. Your goal is to advance through them, to reach the seventh heaven where the ultimate divinity resides. In scriptural references, seven symbolizes perfect completion or a perfect whole."
and so it is with the Seven and the musical spheres
Meher Baba would discourse 1932 'with the start of the original whim in the Beyond, Beyond state of God – there was a clash between Matter (Akash) and Energy (Pran), and Energy’s powers were divided into seven forces.
And then there was/is/always will be the One Reality and His Necklass of Infinite Zeros