Sahaja yoga Ghana July 26, 2016
Please drop in to our meditation stall where our local Sahaja Yoga meditation practitioners will be happy to show you our simple meditation technique:
Includes balancing, clearing techniques, in-depth knowledge of chakras and Sahaja Yoga music.
When: Every Saturday at 3-6pm
Every Wednesday 6-7.30pm
NEAR THE NIMA POLICE STATION
For more information contact:
054 3749 953
“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
We have to awaken Christ within ourselves April 10, 2015
” If you have to really come to resurrection then you must awaken Christ within yourself in the Agnya Chakra. If you cannot do it, all this enactment, even I have seen some people in Spain, they say, are enacting as crucified. I mean, this is mockery going on in this world. We are living with pretensions and falsehoods. All these things are going to take us nowhere. We have to face ourselves, we have to awaken Christ within ourselves. We have to bow to Him in full understanding of how great He is.
On the contrary, we always bend towards people who are pretentious, who make a circus out of Him. It’s amockery going on everywhere. This carrying the cross or any drama, I mean, it was such a miserable thing. And to enact it – I don’t know why people want to do that, I just can’t understand, I can’t bear it.
But I mean if you have feelings, you can see within yourself. It cannot be a ceremony, a ritual – to be sacrificed and to be resurrected. It’s the actuality, is the becoming, is not any drama. And people want to see a drama like that and be satisfied.
For us Sahaja Yogis it is important to understand the significance of Christ’s life.”
Shree Mataji Nirmlala Devi, 06.04.1980
Аbout (not) watching eclipses April 5, 2015
“Like it is said in India, that if you see an eclipse of the sun then you get, and if you are pregnant, then the child becomes deformed. And if you see an eclipse of the moon, and you are pregnant, then the child becomes mentally deranged also. Because nature has a great play upon our life, which we should understand.”
(HH Shri Mataji – Italian Interview part 2) – founder of Sahaja Yoga