YOGA

When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

Truth is one October 25, 2015

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Truth is one, single, and it can never be misinterpreted. To know the truth it is essential that whatever human awareness we have got, it has to be expanded. There is something still lacking in that awareness by which we cannot know God, we cannot know the truth.

And that is why Christ has said you have to be born again. All of them have said. Mohammed Sahib has said that you have to become a Pir. Hindus say that you have to become a brahmin. Means you have to be born again. Dwija means you have to be born again. Now what are they talking about?

All the time when they say you have to be born again, then there must be some truth about it. All of them all over the world cannot talk of the same thing. There must be something they are trying to tell – that we are not at that point where we can see the truth. Like Krishna has said that those who can see can see, those who cannot see cannot see. Means there is something that is less in us that we cannot see. Something beyond has to happen within us by which we can see.

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, Public Program. Preston (UK), 14 August 1980.

 

The power of innocence …manifestation of innocence is morality September 20, 2015


“So the power of innocence is such a guiding factor. There’s a difference between ignorance and innocence. If you are innocent, then to you nothing is important except for love.

For an innocent person who is not conditioned, who is not egoistical, who is not so-called mature, it is the love that it understands.

It doesn’t care for any wealth, any power, anything; but the love that it can feel, the pure love of a person. Innocent person has no understanding of gaining anything out of the love he receives or he gives, no sense at all.

Innocence is the basis of all the dharmas.

If you have no innocence you cannot follow dharma because if you are dharmic, it is maybe your mental attitude, maybe egoistical, maybe because you are born in a religion, because somebody has told you about it.

It’s going to be very superficial. Unless and until it is embedded in the quality of innocence, dharma has no meaning. In that state you are dharmic.

You are beyond any thinking about it, of any deductions about it, but you are dharmic. You cannot be adharmic. You cannot be – as the manifestation of innocence is morality.”

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi – 19 September 1993, Cabella, Italy.

 

INCARNATIONS September 19, 2015


Different stages of human evolution took place when all these incarnations came on this earth.

Incarnations have to come. If you reason it out you will understand why an incarnation is needed to come on this earth. The unconscious can guide you through symbols which appear in your dreams. There are so many other ways by certain happenings the unconscious, the Divine can guide you; but It is all vague, extremely vague.

The conscious must have a mouth to explain itself. It must have proper body to be able to communicate what it has to say otherwise how are you going to have a rapport with unconscious.

You cannot have any rapport with the divine unless and until you know you are Atman, your Atma. Before that whatever you may try may create a depth in you, a cerenity in you, a character in you but still you cannot have a direct rapport.

You are to be connected. Now somebody has to do this job. That is why many incarnations came on this earth.

H.H. Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, MAHA AVATAR, ISSUE 2, OCT-DEC 1980

 

Fanaticism is poison September 12, 2015

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“Now fanaticism itself is absolutely against religion, against your innate religion within yourself because it creates poison. It’s a venomous thing. It makes you hate others. When you start hating others, then it reacts in you as horrible poison which eats up all that is beautiful with in you. Hating any one is the worst thing that human beings can do, but they can do it. They can do whatever they like. Animals do not hate any one. Can you imagine? They do not know how to hate, they bite some one because that is their nature, they cut some one because that’s their nature. They never hate some one. They may not like some one but this hatred, which is a poison, is a speciality of human conception and human absorption. Only human beings can hate; and this horrible thing hatred was settled between even the Muslims.”

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, 
Switzerland—14 August 1988

 

It’s the flower stage, blossom time August 29, 2015

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Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, 1980-0908 The Dangers We Face 1980, Caxton Hall

For you this Universe was created, for you this Earth was created, no doubt. And today you are at a situation where you have to get out of this illusion. The time has come, everything is right. But on a tree if you notice the most delicate stage is that of a flower. Flower is the most delicate thing. The roots are tough, extremely tough: they penetrate through the land, hardest possible land; they go through different rocks and find their ways. But when it comes to the flower stage, it’s a very, very, delicate stage: though the whole creation just waits for that time. The whole tree works it out, and the tree creates that beautiful flower. It’s waiting for that time, that blossom time, when the flowers have to become the fruit. Now that is the time, that precarious time, that beautiful time, that fantastic, dynamic time is. But we do not know how delicate it is, and that’s how, we really play too much with ourselves.

Before realisation, you have seen people who have come to Me who had terrible mental problems; who were mentally deranged people absolutely, epileptic and of serious type. They got cured, they got their realisation, they settled back. You have seen people with cancer, with blood cancer, all kinds of physical troubles: they got their blessings, they got their realisation, they have settled back. You have seen people from very false gurus who have damaged their being completely, who have been mesmerised, who have been absolutely misled and lynched and have been made into you can say just cabbages. Such people also came to Sahaja Yoga and tried and prospered.

But again it’s the flower stage one must not forget, and that is the time one has to be very careful. At the blossom time only, imagine, the times are so precarious that the gardener has to worry that there should not be a hailstorm! And all the satanic forces have worked up in their fullest form, with their greatest strength, with all their tricks and methods, to curb down the progress of this creation into its fruitful happening. At such [a] precarious time one has to be very aware of all the dangers that we can face.

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Mental understanding comes to us through our rationality August 23, 2015


Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, Public Program, “The Knowledge of Self Within”. Kingston-on-Thames (UK), 11 June 1980.

Today we have gathered here to know something about ourselves. If the knowledge is from the books, or from some person who says that he knows about the self, how far will it reach us? It can only go up to mental level, and we can only understand it through our mental understanding. The mental understanding comes to us through our rationality, through our intellect, which in itself is a limited thing.

So we enter into another understanding which is still very limited. For example, if I tell you that there is a self within us, in our heart, which resides, and that there is a power within us which is all the time waiting for an occasion to give you your second birth; if I tell you that, then you will only understand me mentally. This is all being said already. What is so new about it? At the most I might give it in a very modern fashion, something quite intellectual, which will make you more have mental feats to go round and round, and sit down and analyze, and reach nowhere.

 

Most allergies are caused from cold to hot August 13, 2015


“Most allergies are caused from cold to hot, i.e. taking bath in cold water and then hot water. To take coffee and then immediately taking cold water. This sudden change, the system cannot adjust to. In the left nabhi area is the spleen. The spleen is the speedometer and also an adjuster. When it adjusts and it is not properly done due to sudden change, it causes problem. So it has to suddenly provide its energies to either increase or decrease the flow of RBC’s. That’s how the spleen goes crazy. This is also cause of blood cancer in the people who are hectic.”

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, 26.02.1987.

 

 
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