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Category Archive for 'Shri Mataji'

Shri Mataji is happy when we sing collectively and that’s why the more Sahaja Yogis there are singing together, the stronger the vibrations. I am reminded of an old cassette Subhash and I were listening to some time back. It was one of Shri Mataji’s Puja lectures in India (Calcutta or Delhi). We had listened […]

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A wonderful and inspiring film about Shri Mataji’s life, “Freedom and Liberation” (G Rating), will be shown in Newcastle. The film provides fascinating insights into Shri Mataji’s early life and her work with Gandhi in the Indian Independence movement. Shri Mataji has travelled widely throughout the world, talking to people about Sahaja Yoga, the method […]

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To understand the importance of the current Sahaja Yoga tour in Sierra Leone, which is taking place from 5 March to 5 April 2008, it is necessary to find out a little about the history of Sahaja Yoga in Sierra Leone. Sometime in the early 1980s, an Australian Sahaja yogi called Peter Corden was working in […]

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First of all, He was born in a manger. To be born in a manger means in a poor circumstance. That means He showed there’s no need to have money or there’s no need to have a huge, big properties or anything to be impressive on people. Those were the days where people respected the tapasyis, […]

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Navaratri

In Sahaja Yoga, Navaratri is the most important puja [celebration]. Though we can say in modern Sahaja Yoga, Sahasrara Day is, because that’s how you started getting your Realisation. But if you go to the whole historical events of evolution you’ll find Navaratri is the one which has brought you to Sahasrara. Without the help of […]

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