YOGA

When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

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.

 

Spiritual hunger June 27, 2015


“Now the main thing about Void one has to remember – there is no rationality. It’s the hunger inside the stomach and hunger has no rationality; if it is hungry it will eat. It has to eat, no rationality can satisfy it : if you are hungry, you’re hungry. And when you have spiritual hunger, the same hunger becomes subtler and subtler ultimately it becomes the spiritual.

First the hunger starts of, say, food, of primitive things. Then hunger for sex life, hunger for women, hunger for men, then for power, then for money. Then the hunger for spirituality starts.

When that hunger is concentrated and starts rising without any rationality about it, you don’t know why you are seeking. Like Buddha he had everything, he had a wife and his father had provided him with everything. Still his heart was seeking. Why was he seeking ? It’s the hunger that is not rationality, that isn’t explained.

And then this hunger starts and the way we quench that hunger is Dharma. The way we keep it intact is the Dharma.”

~ Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi,  London 1978

 

Christ came on this Earth to show that you have to become the Spirit August 13, 2013


“Christ has said very clearly that, “You are to be born again.” I mean the whole message of Christ’s life is realization because Judaism talked of the dharma, of the sustenance, of maintenance of the balance in the center. That also like the tree, that was very important. But then Christ came on this Earth to show that you have to become the Spirit. By His resurrection He showed that, and this is the message of Christ.

But Christianity, I don’t know how many people are seeking. They think that by going to church every morning … it’s finished. Or same with the Indians where it was said in every scripture, even about Vedas the first thing is said that, “Through this knowledge if you cannot seek your Spirit, it’s all useless.” – Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi Public Program, Hampstead Meeting House, London ( UK ), 23 October 1980.
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Deities in our chakras February 6, 2012


 

Dharma December 27, 2010


“This is how I describe Dharma in short. Dharma is the sustenance of all things that are born or created. It is super nature that gives valences to atoms in an element. It is Dharma that is expressed as the quality of these elements. For instance, gold has a quality that it is untarnishable. The human beings are like perfected instruments, like computers. Of course, if their Dharma is in balance, they are the best receptors. You can understand that the divine awareness is like the main electrical current which starts the computer (Self-realization). If the Dharma in the instrument is lacking, self-realization does not give full results. It becomes like a second hand car. Dharma is the fulcrum and the one who is in Dharma never gets into imbalance. So the attention has to be on “ Dharma”, the point where the gravity of sin does not act.

The information of Dharma comes from the Unconscious but the movement from the fulcrum can take the human attention so much in one dimension or so much like a sea saw that ultimately the beam of life tilts towards one side, either towards hell or towards destruction. Because, if the extreme movements are like a sea saw, the delicate flower of human awareness becomes confused and people suffer from all kind of diseases.

So what must we do?

The human beings have to come to the state of Gautama who became the Buddha. He searched in all earnestness and honesty. He gave up first all fake worldly preoccupations. This is not required but when he gave up all hopes of searching, (the occupation of the mind), he accepted his defeat. He felt tired and fell at the feet of the Holy Ghost.

Buddha had dharma. His body was clean, his mind, the attention, did not find any joy in the worldly greed or desire. His cup was ready and it emptied when he was tired and surrendered and that was the moment: like torrential rain, the Shakti filled His cup and made him the Shakta, the Enlightened One. So, when you are talking of virtue, you are warning them to keep the cup intact and clean.

Sahaja yoga is the proof of all the scriptures that are challenged. But I had to come to explain, to give realization and to tell you the “know how”.”

H.H.Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, extract from a Letter to a follower, London, 1976

 

Law of Polarity May 15, 2008


A second characteristic of Krita Yuga is that whenever there is a falling away from dharma, the inner Divine laws of Righteousness which are innate and which regulate both human existence, the whole worldly structure, as well as the manifestation of the cosmos – will arise as a result, with a corresponding, compensatory effect.

This is called the “Law of Polarity” or in Sanskrit “Karma Phalam” (the fruits of action), which means in practical terms, that whatever you have done, you will get the fruits of those actions: “As ye sow, so shall ye reap”. So in this Yuga [Age], all persons will get their Karma Phalam. If they have led their lives in accordance with the universal and eternal laws of being (dharma), they will enjoy an existence which is harmonious and fulfilling.

But on the other hand, whatever wrongs they have done, i.e., whenever they have fallen out of the central path of dharma, either individually or collectively, they will have to pay for that in this life time.” – (Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi – Meta Modern Era, Chapter 1, Modernism and Rationality )

 

 
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