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Sahaja Yoga realisation sessions will be held at the Cabramatta Moon Festival on Sunday, 27 September 2009.

Time:  11.00 am to 6.00 pm 
 
 Venue:  The Sahaja Yoga stalls will be in John Street, Cabramatta. 
 
Please come along and enjoy learning simple techniques for meditation.

Originally posted 2009-09-24 04:30:09. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Realisation in Newcastle

A realisation session will be held at the Civic Park in Newcastle, New South Wales. Everyone is invited to come along, receive Self-realisation and experience the bliss of true meditation. 
 
Date: Saturday 6 June 2009

Time: 9:00am to 6:00pm 
 
Directions
By train, come to Civic Station. Exit toward Civic Park using the overbridge.

Bring a hat to save yourself from sunburn.

We hope to see you there!

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

Shri Mataji, Easter 1988Christ’s message of love and forgiveness is the same even today, preached by all – all the saints, all the incarnations, all the prophets. They all have said about love and forgiveness. If it was challenged or people felt that this won’t work out, they were asked to have faith in what was said.
Shri Mataji, 1996

If you love a person, you do forgive. You don’t feel bad. Not to forgive is dificult, but to forgive is the best. At least when you forgive, there is no headache for you.

So this love, which is joy … when this love melts and flows like a river and gives nourishment to all the surrounding trees on the shores, that is the time. It is the completion of the individuality or a personality of that love. And that’s the time it feels fulfilled. It’s not just that you have a light in the corner, but it has to flow, it has to move, it has to flourish. Love is not something dead like a stone. When it melts, it encompasses everything and everything becomes very beautiful with that.

So you have to first understand that life is for giving joy to others because you are now saints and your light has to give joy.
Shri Mataji, 1991

Originally posted 2008-03-20 03:35:10. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

The Power of Meditation

Winter in PolandMore than 10 years ago in Poland we had a very troublesome person among politicians. He was trying to trouble all the political and economical issues in our country just to show his own potency. He somehow got coal miners on his side, and one day they threatened the whole country that coal miners would go on strike. They were even ready to stop distributing the coal already mined. It was a cold season; so without coal the whole country would really suffer.

Everyone was worrying because the threat was so real that they had even planned how to evacuate hospitals and other such facilities because it was said that the strike would not end until the government agreed with this man. The beginning of the general strike was marked for Thursday, and in Warsaw we have our Sahaj programs on Wednesdays.

So on Wednesday – the day before the strike – we celebrated a beautiful meditation upon Shri Adi Guru, thinking that as He is the Ocean, so He can spread His gentle and loving waves of peace all over Poland. And He did! We said mantras. We asked for sending peace all over. We really prayed for peace in the hearts and minds of Polish coal miners and all other people who were seeking the turmoil. And we meditated. And all this worked!

Next day the strike started two or three hours later than it was supposed to start and lasted only one hour. And then when the television interviewers spoke with some of the strikers they said they didn’t know why they had wanted to make this strike. It seemed they had lost interest in it. They not only didn’t want to strike, they also didn’t understand why they had wanted it, why they thought it was necessary. And nobody understood what had happened. This troublesome politician just lost his grip over these people. God’s peace entered into their hearts.

Needless to say, we were also a little bit surprised by the outcome of our humble meditation.
 
Hania Turczyn-Zalewska

(Photograph: villagreta.pl)

Originally posted 2008-03-09 04:47:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Reflection

The pure spirit is reflected in Sahaja yogis, as sunlight is reflected in water.The one who is reflected within us is the Shiva, which is the pure spirit. This pure spirit within us is the reflection of God Almighty, Sadashiva. It’s like the sun that falls on the water and gives a clear reflection or else it falls on the stone and it doesn’t give any reflection at all. If you have the mirror, the sun will not only fall on the mirror, but will reflect back its light.

In the same way in the human beings, the reflection of God Almighty is expressed in the way the personality is. If your personality is clean and clear, innocent, then the reflection could be like a mirror. Thus the saintly people, they reflect God Almighty in the proper manner, in the sense that their own identification with wrong things is no more. When there is no such identification and when a person is absolutely the pure spirit, then the reflection of God reflects into others.

Luckily, you have all got your Self-realisation. That means the reflection of God Almighty is already working into your attention. The attention is enlightened by the power of the spirit. The power of the spirit is that it is a reflection. That means the reflection is never identified with the mirror or with the water. It is there until the sun shines and when there is no sun there is no reflection.

So when you are in Sahaja Yoga, you have cleansed out yourself. Your Kundalini has also cleansed you and now you are pure personalities. That’s why this reflection is clearer and clearer and people see it, see it on your face. They see it in your body. They see it in your work, in your behaviour, in everywhere.

Shri Mataji, Shivaratri Puja, 1995 

(Photograph by Vishnu Bonneau) 

Originally posted 2008-02-03 03:41:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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