Broad-Mindedness & Knit in Bond of Wonderful Love – Letter from Yoga teacher

Letter from Shri Mataji when she was in England, addressed to her disciples - children in India - (English translation)  My dearest Sahaja Yogis : My Blessings to you all, News has been conveyed to me that a new Center is functioning in Muskwadi Village (Rahuri), where thousands of people are getting Realization. The achievement has been made only because the "workers" over there have knit themselves in bond of wonderful Love. They never try to complain to anyone about anything but instead overlook and ignore in case someone commits what may be described as an error. This broad-mindedness…

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Seeking and Rationality & Invitation Letter from Yoga Teacher to “This Feast of Divine Bliss”

Seeking and Rationality - Great Answers & Definitions & Explanations "In our Searching, we are asking for the Actual Experience. In all the scriptures it has been said that we will be born again. We are looking for a second birth which is within us. All the religions talk about it, We have to stabilize ourselves to get the experience and it will work out. We search with our minds and rationality for the truth. This mind is not connected to the whole. We are not aware of the whole, we have so many problems. Thinking, Unenlightened…

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What is the Gold’s Value when The World is Fragmented ? Seeking in Sahaja Yoga: Subtle versus Gross as Light in Darkness

The Values in a Fragmented World "And it is only possible for people who are of a Subtler Nature to understand the value of Sahaja Yoga, to hold to the Values of Sahaja Yoga, and to retain it in this Fragmented World." "The world is fragmented and everybody is acting towards one's own destruction." "All the values which people follow are gross values. Most of the values are absolutely gross. So, for Sahaja Yoga we have to have people who are trying to justify their Subtleties. Such subtle people have always been a little different from the…

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Sahaja Yoga is Sense & Quietude is the Best Way to Ascend – Four Essential Q & A about Meditation & Spiritual Seeking

Question: Even though I meditate, thoughts come to my head, they just come all of a sudden and I know they're not part of me. Is there a method to control these thoughts even though we do meditate? Shri Mataji: See, you must raise your Kundalini. Try to raise it. Put your attention to your Sahasrara (crown chakra).  Say: 'Mother (Kundalini), come in my head. '  As soon as Kundalini crosses the Agnya (= Third Eye chakra) you cannot have those thoughts. You should follow this simple method also, that if you see any thought coming in,…

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Meditation on our Mountains and Valleys with Romanian Nature

"Throughout the ages there have been many seekers of truth. They often fled to Mountains and Valleys to Meditate and Seek God." Shri Mataji "Because if you want to be in Sahaja Yoga you have to see the two sides: one is the Mountain and the other is the Valley. If you want to climb it, you need to have desire, power. If you don’t have pure desire it will not work. " "It is important, see, even I feel all this standing like a witness to you, silent witness. When I see big, big mountains, I…

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About Sorrow and Joy in Kahlil Gibran’s Prophet & Flower’s Song with Sahaj Definitions

Joy and Sorrow - painting by Kahlil Gibran"We choose our joys and sorrowslong before we experience them."Kahlil Gibran writes in 'The Prophet' on Joy and Sorrow"Then a woman said,'Speak to us of Joy and Sorrow.' And he answered:  Your joy is your sorrow unmasked. And the selfsame well from which your laughter rises was oftentimes filled with your tears. And how else can it be? The deeper that sorrow carves into your being, the more joy you can contain. Is not the cup that hold your wine the very cup that was burned in the potter's oven?…

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