Thank you Card to Sahaja Yoga Halton Volunteers from Family Navigation Project @ Sunnybrook Hospital
About Gratefulness for Achieving the State of Collective Enjoyment from Connection
Shri Mataji – founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation (March 21, 1923 – February 23, 2011):
“I know so many names; practically everybody’s name I know, practically everybody’s Kundalini (energy) I know. I also know whose Kundalini is alright and whose is not. I know so many people. So many ask me: ‘How do you know so many names, and how do you remember them?’ You see, I don’t know that part, but it is that whenever I see a person, I see his Kundalini, and from that Kundalini I know who he is. There can be thousands and thousands of Kundalinis, but I know who is who – because I love them.
If you love somebody, then you know what he is. It is not stupid love, as they call it romance and all that, it’s a very deep feeling.
When you enter like into the Garden of your Heart and you feel the beautiful fragrance all around when you think of such nice people as there have been as saints,
great saviors, and now the Sahaja Yogis, you feel so much grateful that you have achieved that state of Collective Enjoyment.”
(excerpt from Shri Mataji’s speech on her birthday celebrated in 2001)
We just received the card yesterday, by mail, such a nice surprise! We are grateful and honored to be invited to this team’s first ever Staff Wellness Day!