What is a Seer?

Answers:'Seer has double meaning:  the one who sees only, just sees and he is only knowledge, he is a Seer. Without any thought, without any reaction, just sees and absorbs automatically, spontaneously, he is the Seer. ' (Shri Mataji - Lecture 1983, Paris, France)'Seer .. is above the normal mundane people and sees the things in a proper perspective and delivers the proper understanding of this perspective he sees..'  (Shri Mataji - Talk about Creativity and Second Chakra, Italy,1989)Where & How & Examples'The climate has affected the seeking in people; in India the temperature is good for…

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Meditate on Friendship Stories: Non-Veg & Brahmin with Slaps & Huggs, Sand & Music

TWO FRIENDS STORY - A SAHAJ GIFT TWO FRIENDS WERE WALKING THROUGH THE DESERT. DURING SOME POINT OF THE JOURNEY, THEY HAD AN ARGUMENT; AND ONE FRIEND SLAPPED THE OTHER ONE IN THE FACE. THE ONE WHO GOT SLAPPED WAS HURT, BUT WITHOUT SAYING ANYTHING, WROTE IN THE SAND: "TODAY MY BEST FRIEND SLAPPED ME IN THE FACE." THEY KEPT ON WALKING, UNTIL THEY FOUND AN OASIS, WHERE THEY DECIDED TO TAKE A BATH. THE ONE WHO HAD BEEN SLAPPED GOT STUCK IN THE MIRE AND STARTED DROWNING, BUT THE FRIEND SAVED HIM. AFTER HE RECOVERED FROM…

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Joseph Brant Festival on August 3 – Honouring Burlington’s Native Indian Foundation

There is something fascinating for me about Joseph Brant. Not only that as a founder of Burlington, Ontario, Canada he was actually born, raised and lived in Canajoharie, USA. which is a place that I deeply love and find so connected to Burlington and to this entire Halton area vibrationally wise and nature wise. Recently (this summer) we had a Youth Sahaja Yoga Seminar in Canajoharie and I will gladly share some photographs from that  place  - our Abi had represented Burlington youth there and she made few gorgeous photos -  so you can feel and "judge"…

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