A raja yogi endowed with the power of transmission can no doubt display miracles, but he never likes to do so since that would be derogatory to his real conditions. … It is therefore in our best interest to have our eyes fixed upon reality rather than upon miracles, which are undoubtedly very petty affairs and can be displayed by a person of comparatively inferior attainments and talents. Miracles are no criterion for a saint or a yogi.
Master teaches that while there are innumerable gurus, the real guru is none but God Himself. It is the duty of each guru to lead his disciple to the next higher one when his own work with the disciple is finished. No guru should hold his disciples to himself possessively. A guru is for service to others and not for building up possessions, power and prestige for himself.