We should be born again September 25, 2016
Jesus Christ said that “we should be born again.” In our country we refer to this process as “Dwija” or born for the second time. The second birth of any human being is possible only by awakening of Kundalini power. So long as the Kundalini is not awakened, one will not acquire, the second birth, and so long as we do not have rebirth we will not be able to recognise God. You read the Bible after realization. You will be surprised to know that Jesus Christ has told nothing but the importance of Sahaja Yoga. Everything has been explained with minor details. Those who have no insight, misrepresent the matters.
Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, 27.09.1979
“But some of you are so much used to these mundane things and regular things that we personally all of us feel that if it is going to be God, he has to be just like us, there should be an organization, there should be a chairman, there should be a vice-chairman, there has to be a secretary, and all these organizations must be there, and there only if he go, then it is allright, we are safe, we are secure, because we are used to it.
But God’s laws and God’s domain is very different from what we understand. We have never felt his love, we have been always working, all organized things because we were unsecure about something. Every institution is for some kind of an insecurity.
Because we are insecured, we think something is going to fall upon us, something horrible is going to happen, that is how we form a thing. Otherwise our children may be spoilt or our old people may die, or something may happen, we form an organization. This is not believing in God.”
Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, Public Program, Reading (England), 22 June 1982
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
Mum? Do you believe in Mum? March 7, 2015
In the womb of a pregnant woman, two babies — a believer and an unbeliever — are having a conversation:
UNBELIEVER: Do you believe in life after birth?
BELIEVER: Yes, of course I do. It is obvious that there is life after birth. Our purpose of being here where we are now is to become strong enough and to get ready for that future life.
U: That’s nonsense! There can be no life after birth! Can you imagine what such life would be like?
B: Well, I don’t know all the details, but I believe that there will be more light and that we will perhaps be able to walk on our feet and to eat with our mouth.
U: Nonsense! It is impossible to walk on one’s feet and eat with one’s mouth! That’s ridiculous! We have a navel-string to feed us. This is what I want to tell you: there can be no life after birth, because our real life — the navel-string — is too short already.
B: Yet, I am sure that life after birth is quite possible. Everything will just be a little bit different. You can imagine this.
U: But, nobody has ever returned from there! Life simply ends with birth. Properly speaking, life is nothing but a long period of suffering in the dark.
B: Oh, no, of course not! I don’t know exactly what our life will be like after birth, but in any case we will meet Mum there, and she will take care of us.
U: Mum? Do you believe in Mum, then? And where do you think she is?
B: She is everywhere around us, we abide in her, we are able to move and live because of her; without her, we simply cannot exist.
U: Nonsense! I have never seen any Mum — thus, it is obvious that she does not exist!
U: No, I cannot agree with you. Sometimes, when everything around us is quiet, you can hear her singing and feel her stroking our world. I am convinced that our real life will only begin after birth. And you?