"What Baba wills must happen" - that is the significance of this name; Siddhasankalpa - He whose will is immediately effective. He wills; it is done; and that will is exercised without pageantry or pomp, silently like the fall of dew on rose petal. Baba declares that there will be no time-lag between the willing and the fulfillment. The incident at Bhopal, when Baba willed from 1,200 miles away, 'Don't shoot', shows this clearly. And the person attempting suicide at Bhopal could not shoot, though he had his finger on the trigger. Baba's will created three humans who knocked at his door within a split second, the three who brought him away from the very brink of death, by their amiable and friendly conversation. He created a medal for Chowdiah, the famous violinist, but deciding next moment that it should have His name, the name of the recipient and date, He held it for a second in His enclosed palm. When He opened the palm, the three line inscription was done, and done with beauty and elegance! During a discussion on the evolution of Homosapiens, He spoke of tree-dwelling apes, with less hair and no tails. When the Professor of Anthropology before Him could not agree that there could be such apes, He willed - and there appeared a miniature model of such an ape. The air He grasped in his palm became the ape He willed.
His will is all pervasive, omnipotent. When a family in Gujarat performed the valedictory pooja at the end of a month long fast, during which they abstained from salt, He willed that salt water flow from His picture in their shrine - and, it did! When the Cowans prayed for a copy of a rare photograph of His, He willed that it reach their home in America and they know of its arrival and location, from the clock above the place rising and beating against the wall!