YOGA

When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

Kundalini January 11, 2015


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You cannot organize ADI SHAKTI February 26, 2010


“Simple things I will tell you. They asked me: “Mother, what do you think of starting a Vishwa Nirmala Dharma [Universal Pure Religion] in Melbourne?” I said: “Alright.” I didn’t know it was going to be an association, [that] there was going to be an election and all; nothing. Vishwa Nirmala Dharma is everywhere. But they don’t have any association – nothing. It is just a kind of a society which is just spreading Vishwa Nirmala Dharma [the innate pure religion within us].

There is no sort of any organization about it. We only have Trusts. And we don’t want to have any electioneering or all that. Again, if some wrong type of people get in, then Sahaja Yoga will be ousted completely. So you can only have Trusts. And if you want to do something else, you can form it separately, but it should not be ‘Vishwa Nirmala Dharma’ or ‘Sahaja Yoga’ – nothing doing! Because I said ‘Yes’ – that doesn’t mean that you should go that far with forming ‘this’, ‘that’, association and all that. It is news to Me!

It will definitely grow, no doubt. But do not try to organize it. You cannot organize. Once you start organizing, then the growth can be stunted. Like you have seen bonsai. Bonsai when they cut it and organize it, becomes a small tree. But I haven’t seen any tree which grows; that if it is organized grows more. At the most you can nourish it, at the most you can water it, at the most you can see its needs. But you just cannot make it grow more.

All organizations cut the growth. In the beginning it may look that by organizing it, it has increased. Even religions like Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc., when organized and grow artificially are empty and hollow. We really want substantial people, substantial dharma – innate within ourselves. We don’t have to take to these artificial things.”

Shri Mataji’s Talk to Sahaja Yogis on 1st March, 1992 at Glenrock, Australia

 

What is Syncretism? November 23, 2009


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Knowledge is to understand who you are-Yunus Emre (1238-1320) September 11, 2008

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Knowledge is to understand

To understand who you are.

If you know not who you are

What’s the use of learning?

The aim in learning is

To understand God’s Truth.

Because without knowledge

It is wasted hard labour.

Do not say: I know it all,

I am obedient to my God.

If you know not who God is

That is sheer idle talk.

Twenty-eight syllables

You read from end to end.

You name the first `alpha”

What can it possibly mean?

Yunus Emre says also

Let me receive what I need.

The best possible thing

Is to find perfect peace.

Yunus Emre (1238-1320)

 

O saint Khwaja reside in my heart May 18, 2008


This song is dedicated to Hazrat Khawaja Nizamuddin Auliya (1238 – 3 April 1325) also known as Hazrat Nizamuddin, was a famous Sunni Sufi saint of the Chishti Order in India.

 

Khwaja mere Khwaja – lyrics – English Translation

Khwajaji, khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Khwajaji, khwaja, khwaja ji
(O saint khwaja) ; (O saint khwaja)
Ya gharib nawaz
(The one who cherishes/soothes the poor)
Ya moinuddin, ya khwaja ji
(O Moinuddin Chisti), (O khwaja saint)
Khwaja mere khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Dil mein sama ja
(Reside in my heart)
Shaho ka shah tu
(You are the king of kings)
Ali ka dulara
(Ali’s beloved)
Khwaja mere khwaja dil mein sama ja
(O saint khwaja); (Reside in my heart)
Beqaso ki taqdeer, tune hai sawari
(The destiny of the ones in despair, you have changed for the better)
Khwaja mere khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Tere darbar mein khwaja
(At your door, o khwaja)
Door toh hai dekha
(I’ve seen it from afar)
Sar jhuka te hai auliya
(Your confidents/protectors/confessors bow down to you)
Tu hai Hindalwali khwaja
(You are the hindalwali Khwaja)
Rutba hai pyara
(Your status is glorious/great)
Chahne se tujhko khwaja ji mustafa ko paya
(By wishing/worshipping you Khwaja, I have found Muhammad [the chosen one])
Khwaja mere khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Dil mein sama ja
(Reside in my heart)
Shaho ka shah tu
(You are the king of kings)
Ali ka dulara
(Ali’s beloved)
Mere peer ka sadka
(The alms of my old age)
Hai mere peer ka sadka
(It is the charity of my old age)
Tera daaman hai thama
(That I have come in your refuge)
Khawajaji
Tali har bala humari
(All my problems/crisis have been averted)
Chaya hai khumar tera
(Your trance is all over me)
Jitna bhi rashk kare beshak
(No matter how much one may envy (rashk) be jealous)
Toh kam hai ae mere khwaja
(Its just too less, o khwaja)
Tere kadmo ko mere rehnuma nahi chodna gawara
(Its not acceptable(gawara) , o my guide(rehnuma), to leave your feet(kadmo)now.)
Khwaja mere khwaja
(O saint khwaja)
Dil mein sama ja
(Reside in my heart)
Shaho ka shah tu
(You are the king of kings)
Ali ka dulara
(Ali’s beloved)
Khwaja mere khwaja dil mein sama ja
(O saint khwaja); (Reside in my heart)
Beqaso ki taqdeer, tune hai sawari
(The destiny of the ones in despair, you have changed for the better)

 

 

 

HISTORY OF THE RELIGION April 7, 2008


So childish. 😦

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