Nitya Niranjan Sen was a disciple of heroic type. He came to the Master when he was eighteen years old. He was a medium for a group of spiritualists. During his first visit the Master said to him: “My boy, if you think always of ghosts you will become a ghost, and if you think of God you will become God. Now, which do you prefer?” Niranjan severed all connexions with the spiritualists. During his second visit the Master embraced him and said warmly: “Niranjan, my boy, the days are flitting away. When will you realise God? This life will be in vain if you do not realise Him. When will you devote your mind wholly to God?” Niranjan was surprised to see the Master’s great anxiety for his spiritual welfare. He was a young man endowed with unusual spiritual parts. He felt disdain for worldly pleasures and was totally guileless, like a child. But he had a violent temper. One day, as he was coming in a country boat to Dakshineswar, some of his fellow passengers began to speak ill of the Master. Finding his protest futile, Niranjan began to rock the boat, threatening to sink it in mid stream. That silenced the offenders. When he reported the incident to the Master, he was rebuked for his inability to curb his anger.