This is a poem by Dana, a Mathematician friend of mine that lives in Germany and who is practicing the sahaj meditation for quite a while.
Another fruit of such Gratefulness is the dream in which Shri Mataji is perceived as representing the Mother Kundalini – this Feminine maternal power within us. Ann from our Sahaja Yoga Halton Classes, who is an inspired poet herself had shared with us the following dream the very next day, when it was still fresh and “cool”.
DREAM OF MOTHER
“I was staying overnight at a dear sister’s home and shared her bed (so beautiful, big cozy and peaceful vibrations) and had the most amazing dream of our Gracious Mother, Shri Mataji.
It was like we all as the collective were outside enjoying ourselves in a beautiful Park of soft grass and lovely trees. Mother lay down with her arms stretched out and her legs comfortably lying flat. She beckoned for me and my dear sister (Anja the sister I was staying overnight with) to come and lie down under each arm so that her hand would be level by top of our heads. I was hesitant as I keep motioning to her “me, really me, are you sure it is not someone else as it can’t be me I feel I need to be more pure first”. Mother just kept motioning for me to lie down. My dear sister Anja was already lying down and I hesitantly lied down realizing I was ok, she wanted me to lye down beside her. Just at that moment she was also beckoning for our dear sister Edda to lye down across wise at her feet. Then at that moment I woke up and felt the most beautiful vibrations and got up and went into my sister’s living room which was filled with the most amazing light and energy of the quiet early morning Sun and felt strongly to meditate with this amazing light. Awhile later my dear sister came into the living room and joined me, I told her about the dream and we just sat there holding hands feeling the Love and pure connection of everything.”
How do You Know?! Answer with Gratefulness from Mother’s Garden of Heart
“I know so many names; practically everybody’s name I know, practically everybody’s Kundalini 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 in 2001)
Eternally ThanksGiving to our Spiritual Mother: Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi