When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

Kundalini Shakti July 26, 2015


“First of all, I think this is the most important thing to understand about your own Kundalini, as Self-Realization is Self-Knowledge. And the one who gives you Self-Knowledge is this, your own Kundalini, because when She rises She points it out what are the problems on your chakras.

Now, we say that it is pure desire, but we do not know what purity means. It means your chaste desire. It means it has no lust, greed, anything in it. That power is your own Mother and is settled in your triangular bone. She’s your own mother. She knows everything about you, it’s like a tape recorder.

She knows everything about you and She is absolutely the knowledge – because She’s so pure. And whatever chakras She touches, She also knows what’s wrong with that chakra – beforehand.

So She’s quite prepared, and She adjusts Herself fully so that you do not get a problem by Her awakening. If any chakra is constricted, She waits and goes on slowly opening that chakra. Now, this Kundalini is the primordial power which is reflected within you.

And within you, in a human being it is like many strands of energy. So it’s like a rope and these energies are all twisted together to form this Kundalini. In a human being these strands are three into seven — that is twenty-one — raised to power 108. ”

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, 1991/08/11


Self-Realization in Sahaja Yoga October 25, 2014


Pure Desire within us October 19, 2014


What is yoga? April 27, 2014

QUESTION: My first question to you is what is yoga?

SHRI MATAJI: Yoga is actually it means that union with the Divine, with the Divine Power which surrounds us. We are not aware of it, but it is described in all the religions that there is an all-pervading power of Divine Love and that is what one has to get connected to. That is real yoga.
The other yogas that people talk of Patanjali are for thousand s of years, long time back. He started to give this yoga when first the physical thing with this should come, one thing. Then mental fitness should come. Then emotional fitness should come. How to establish that was the point. And it used to take a lot of time and the tradition was that only one person needs to get the Self Realization.

The reason may be, perhaps I think, they used to, first of all, evaluate the personality and then give Realization because if you give to anybody else and they might misuse i ÿt and try to exploit people. That would be another reason. Another thing was formerly people used to all torture all the saints. Any where in the world, if you see the history, saints are all tortured. Real saints, they are all tortured.

So maybe they might be afraid that they should be so prepared, so equipped that they can bear all the torture. That might be the reason. But it was the traditional way. They used to give Self Realization to only one person, but when I was born I found out that it doesn’t work if you have Self Realization for one person and time has come to give en masse Realization.

So what I did only thing that I put in as my effort that I worked on the various peoples, personality and their kundalini and tried to find out what are the permutations and combinations that torture these people. Why can’t they get Realization? And by 1970 I found out the method which it is very easy to raise the kundalini of all the people.
That is how it is working. So Sahaja Yoga means saha means with  , ja means born. Born with you is the right actually it’s the right or everybody [???] to get this yoga.

Press Conference. Sutton Place Hotel, Vancouver (Canada), 27 June 1999.


Experiment with Truth September 7, 2012

‘Experiment with Truth’ Course (Sahaja Yoga Meditation: Kundalini Awakening – Self Realization) HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation.

‘Experiment with Truth’ (a 10 part series) begins with the experience of Self Realization, Kundalini awakening, Second Birth, and is a practical guide for discovering the truth within yourself. ‘Experiment with Truth’ is a course with does not concern its self with one particular philosophy, or religion, but which embraces all religions, and philosophies. Whatever your are doing right now, sit down and relax give yourself time for ‘Experiment with Truth’. A course in 10 parts inspired by the teaching of HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.

Part 1: Prepare for Kundalini Awakening (Self Realization – Second Birth, Actualize Baptism)
Part 2: Get your Self Realisation (Kundalini Awakening – Second Birth)
Part 3: Mooladhara, Support of the Root – Center of Wisdom and Innocence
Part 4: Guru Principle, Key to Self Mastery
Part 5: Heart Chakra, Seat of the Spirit, Inner Security
Part 6: Vishuddhi Chakra, Key to Detachment, Witness State
Part 7: Agnya Chakra, Key to Mental Silence, Door of Forgiveness
Part 8: Sahasrara Chakra: The Kingdom of God, Union with the Divine



Self Realization August 27, 2011


Kundalini July 25, 2011


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


Patanjali describes what happens after Self-Realization September 22, 2009

Here is translation of Samadhi Pada 1-42:43 base on my Sahaja yoga experience:

1.42 (tatra shabda artha jnana vikalpah sankirna savitarka samapattih)

– tatra = there, among these, in that

– shabda = sound, word

– artha = meaning

– jnana = knowledge, idea

– vikalpah = with options

– sankirna = mixed with, commingled, interspersed

– savitarka = accompanied with gross thoughts (sa = with; vitarka = gross


– samapattih = engrossment, coincidence, complete absorption, transmute into


1.42 Then our consciousness has difficulties to recognize the name, meaning and knowledge for particular object.

1.43 (smriti pari-shuddhau svarupa-shunya iva artha-matra nirbhasa nirvitarka)

– smriti = of memory

– pari-shuddhau = upon purification (pari = upon; shuddhau = purification)

– svarupa-shunya = devoid of its own nature (shunya = devoid; svarupa = its

own nature)

– iva = as it were

– artha-matra = only the object (artha = object; matra = only)

– nirbhasa = illuminative, shining brightly

– nirvitarka = without a gross thought (nir = without; vitarka = gross thought)

1.43 In this way the object purified from  name, meaning and knowledge shines in his real/vibratory/ nature.

If you can understand Bulgarian, you can read my entire translation of Samadhi Pada here:


Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi – God and Self-realization September 13, 2008

“What I want to achieve — What I have been striving and pining to achieve these thirty years – is self-realization, to see God face to face, to attain Moksha. I live and move and have my being in pursuit of this goal.

The term ‘religion’ I am using in its broadest sense, meaning thereby self-realization or knowledge of self.

God cannot be realized through the intellect. Intellect can lead one to a certain extent and no further. It is a matter of faith and experience derived from faith. One might rely on the experience of one’s betters or else be satisfied with nothing less than personal experience.”

-Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi-


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