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                                                                                                           William William Blake is recognised in Sahaja Yoga as a great realised soul. It is very fitting, then, that a very talented theatre group made up of Sahaja yogis was involved in developing and presenting a play about William Blake, to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of William Blake’s birth. From November 20 to December 2, 2007, […]

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The extract below is taken from the concluding remarks in a book written by Babamama, the beloved youngest brother of Shri Mataji, shortly before his death. “Babamama” is an Indian title of respect, meaning “Mother’s brother”. His name is H. P. Salve, and he was a practising Chartered Accountant in Nagpur, India. In this millenium Shri Mataji […]

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On 21 March 2008, Sahaja yogis celebrated Shri Mataji’s 85th Birthday all over the world.   And to make it completely sahaj and collective, this was a Super Special day, celebrated by the vast majority of the Planet’s population, simply because the day was an amazing combination of celebrations by many different groups and religions. […]

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Lighting a Divine Spark

The following extract from “The Third Advent”, by Gregoire de Kalbermatten, provides a wonderful description of the awakening of the kundalini to bring about Self-realisation.   Spirit or Atma, it is reported, is the spark of divinity in man, and spirituality is about lighting it.  The spark to enlighten the flame of the Spirit must be […]

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                                                                                                           William William Blake is recognised in Sahaja Yoga as a great realised soul. It is very fitting, then, that a very talented theatre group made up of Sahaja yogis was involved in developing and presenting a play about William Blake, to celebrate the 250th Anniversary of William Blake’s birth. From November 20 to December 2, 2007, […]

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