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Originally posted 2014-11-02 02:47:37. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Sahaja Yoga will have a stall at the Deepavali Fair to be held at the Parramatta Stadium on 11 October 2009. Realisation sessions will be provided, as well as performances of Sahaja Yoga music.
 
The Deepavali Fair is held as part of the Indian Festival of Lights.

Where:  Parramatta Stadium

When:  11 October 2009 from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Originally posted 2009-10-10 04:51:57. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

There will be a Sahaja Yoga public program at the National Press Club of Australia  on Friday 29 May 2009, starting at 7.00pm.

More than ten years ago, Shri Mataji, the founder of Sahaja Yoga, held a Public Program at this same venue.

Please come along and enjoy an informative and relaxing experience.

Originally posted 2009-05-27 23:37:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Buddha and Realisation

Buddha

Buddha

Buddha was the son of a king and one day he was shocked to see a very old, thin man walking on the street, a very unhappy person, and He felt very sad about it.  Then He saw another person who was very sick and about to die. Then He saw a man who was dead and people were carrying him to the cremation ground. This all upset Him very much and He started thinking about it and seeking what is the reason for all these happenings in human beings. Firstly, why do they become so miserable or sick? Or why do they die so miserably?

The reason He found out in His search. He went around the whole world, I should say, in the sense that He did Upanishads. He read, went to many gurus, went to many places of spiritual education. Banares, everywhere He went and ultimately He was sitting under a banyan tree when suddenly His kundalini was awakened by the Adi Shakti and He got His Realisation. Then He realised the reason for all this is desire.

In Sahaja Yoga, now we have understood that all other desires are not pure desires.

Firstly, whatever desires are fulfilled, we are not satisfied … and secondly, all these desires have a repercussion.

So what is the pure desire? That, you all know, is the kundalini. Kundalini is the power of pure desire which fulfills your pure desire to be the spirit, to be Buddha, to be enlightened.

Buddha means a person who is enlightened. So Gautama became Buddha…

Shri Mataji, 1991

Originally posted 2009-11-04 22:54:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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