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Sahaja yoga Ghana July 26, 2016


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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

 

The power of innocence …manifestation of innocence is morality September 20, 2015


“So the power of innocence is such a guiding factor. There’s a difference between ignorance and innocence. If you are innocent, then to you nothing is important except for love.

For an innocent person who is not conditioned, who is not egoistical, who is not so-called mature, it is the love that it understands.

It doesn’t care for any wealth, any power, anything; but the love that it can feel, the pure love of a person. Innocent person has no understanding of gaining anything out of the love he receives or he gives, no sense at all.

Innocence is the basis of all the dharmas.

If you have no innocence you cannot follow dharma because if you are dharmic, it is maybe your mental attitude, maybe egoistical, maybe because you are born in a religion, because somebody has told you about it.

It’s going to be very superficial. Unless and until it is embedded in the quality of innocence, dharma has no meaning. In that state you are dharmic.

You are beyond any thinking about it, of any deductions about it, but you are dharmic. You cannot be adharmic. You cannot be – as the manifestation of innocence is morality.”

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi – 19 September 1993, Cabella, Italy.

 

Sacred Heart July 11, 2015


“Now the chakra above that, you see, in the center, which we call as Sacred Heart, is in the center, is known as the cardiac center, you can say “Hridaya Chakra.” You all know what is Hridaya, Hridaya Chakra, is placed here behind in the medulla oblongata.

But outside also is the cardiac plexus. Now this center, the cardiac center, is governed by the deity Jagadamba, the Mother of the Universe. Parvati, wife of Shiva, the power of Shiva takes Her place here, to help these struggling evolutionary human beings who are trying to evolve themselves, to pro-tect them from the satanic, from the demonic forces.

She is known as Lalita. She’s known by many names. They say She has been incarnated 108 times. She has been incarnated many a times. She has incarnated as [am-sha?] also, as a part of Her has also being incarnated. She is the essence of raksha, is the protection.

A person who suffers from insecurity gets this throbbing here, he gets disturbed. People who suffer from fear have this problem here. She gives us the protection. She’s the protector. And She’s the Mother of this world, Jagadamba.

On the right hand side of the heart exists, left hand side I’ve already told you, right hand side exist the symbol of Shri Ram, and His power is Sita.

Shri Ram at an evolutionary stage, came as a leader on this earth, as an in-carnation of Vishnu, 8th incarnation. And He tried to show the political leadership of a divine nature. He incarnated on this earth twelve thousand years back”

Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi, Delhi, (India), 22 February 1977

 

Yoga Day 2015 by Sahaja Yoga June 28, 2015

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Spiritual hunger June 27, 2015


“Now the main thing about Void one has to remember – there is no rationality. It’s the hunger inside the stomach and hunger has no rationality; if it is hungry it will eat. It has to eat, no rationality can satisfy it : if you are hungry, you’re hungry. And when you have spiritual hunger, the same hunger becomes subtler and subtler ultimately it becomes the spiritual.

First the hunger starts of, say, food, of primitive things. Then hunger for sex life, hunger for women, hunger for men, then for power, then for money. Then the hunger for spirituality starts.

When that hunger is concentrated and starts rising without any rationality about it, you don’t know why you are seeking. Like Buddha he had everything, he had a wife and his father had provided him with everything. Still his heart was seeking. Why was he seeking ? It’s the hunger that is not rationality, that isn’t explained.

And then this hunger starts and the way we quench that hunger is Dharma. The way we keep it intact is the Dharma.”

~ Shree Mataji Nirmala Devi,  London 1978

 

Chakras and diseases May 6, 2015

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