Swami Turiyananda was born on 3 January 1863
One day at Cossipore Harinath (Swami Turiyananda) asked, “Sir, how are you?” The Master replied: “Oh, I am in great pain. I cannot eat anything, and there is an unbearable burning in my throat.” Harinath knew that a knower of Brahman is beyond the pairs of opposites, pleasure and pain. He understood that the Master was testing him, so he said to him humbly, “Sir, whatever you may say, I see you as an infinite ocean of bliss.” At this, Sri Ramakrishna said with a smile, “This rascal has found me out.”
(p.364, God Lived With Them)
Liberated souls do not acknowledge the results of past karma in their lives, although outwardly these do seem to exit. This is because the effects of karma in past lives arise from body consciousness. Devotees abide by the will of God, so they do not use the word prarabdha.
(p. 177, Spiritual treasures, Swami Turiyananda’s letter to Bihari Babu dt. 3 January 1917)