YOGA

When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

The creation of Original Sin May 15, 2016


Till the animal stage there was no ego, and then the ego started growing. We can say that’s the beginning of the original sin: that “I am something. I am doing something. It’s I who can do it”. All right?

So God said, “Let’s see. Let’s see their little courage, and let them decide.”

So the plans were changed; one had to think now that we should get incarnations on this earth to help these people, to guide them, to put them into balance, to put them into proper understanding of dharma, so they keep to that balance. But every time this “I” refused to accept the balance.

And this “I” goes very far from reality. Today also, when we come to Sahaja Yoga, I see people, they don’t grow very fast. Because of this “I” they have questions, they have doubts, they have problems. Because of this original sin people cannot grow very fast.

That, “I am the one, I am free. Why that? Why this?” Who are you to ask questions? Who has made you? Have you made yourself?

What did you do to become a human being? Why this kind of egoistical behavior towards God?

“Why God has made us? Why this thing?”

Who are you to ask any question? But it is so, the questioning goes on, and such people are very dangerous for Sahaja Yoga. If they have to come for puja, I’m worried, not because anything will happen to puja, but we may lose them completely. Such egoistical stupid people get lost. As a mother I have simple compassion and love for them, and I feel sad that they could have been saved. But this questioning mind of theirs can drown them. This is the basic original sin that human beings have created.

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, Vienna (Austria), 26 September 1982

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When you become the Spirit April 23, 2016


“When you become the Spirit you know what you like. You really know what you really like, because you are now the reality, you are not any conditioning, you are no more an Ego but you are what you are really, and that is your Spirit. And surprisingly this Spirit is a collective being, is no artificial collectivity within us, that also “All right, we belong to all Brighton so we are one” or “We belong to one street so we are one.” It’s not like that, but is something that you are, absolutely you are a collective being! And you start feeling that collectivity within you with these different centers working it out. And you can feel it – others, you can feel others on your finger tips. Can you believe? In the Bible it’s written that your hands will speak. The description of these days is that your hands will speak. Why not people go and find out how does it happen? How can your hands speak? This is what happens that on your finger tips you start feeling and understanding what is reality, what is beauty, what is joy, what is love.”
 
Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, “The Left Side: Problems of Subconscious”, Brighton (UK), 13 May 1982
 

Heart Chakra July 5, 2015

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Diabetes June 15, 2015


“A person who is sort of very much all the time thinking, mentally using his capacity to produce something for the future, because right side is for the future. So if you are a big planner and all time you are planning and if the planning has got into you as a habit then these chakras start working very fast and at this stage what happens then the other side is completely neglected. Because of the neglect this side becomes frozen and that’s how such people develop diabetes, because of the imbalance.”

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi – 15 June 1979, extract from Sahaja Yoga introduction, Reading, UK.

 

TV program for SAHAJA YOGA in Bulgaria May 2, 2015

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http://www.etv.bg/video_details/187164/#.VUOn4dLtmkq

 

What is Sahaja Yoga? April 18, 2015


 

Forgive everyone April 12, 2015


“In Kali Yuga there is no greater method than Forgiveness. The larger the Power of Forgiveness the more powerful you will be. Forgive everyone. Only the one who is Big can forgive. What can a small minded person forgive?”

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, 20.01.1975

 

 
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