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Spiral galaxy

Spiral galaxy

Oh, Energy of Pure Love Divine,
The Love that means Forgiveness, Care and Grace,
We wish that in our hearts you always shine,
You are the highest blessing that a soul can embrace!

In the Ocean of Emptiness, which is so great
That even atoms stay apart, very far away,
The Cosmic Rays are searching for their fate,
And lonely Stars are sliding along their way.

The Galaxies move slowly in a caravan
Across the sleeping universal Face.
No, you are not empty, the Cosmic Ocean –
The Creator’s eyes pierce, with Love, your Space!

Oh, Energy of Pure Love Divine,
The Love that means Forgiveness, Grace and Care,
We wish that in our hearts you would always shine,
As constant thankfulness that our souls bear!

We wonder how to correct our ailing world,
Which is so hard to grasp and still so usual,
Without cruel idols and angry words,
But only with Love – the force most unusual.
And when we look in empty cosmic space
We feel this love that pours from above.
How could they say that Universe is full of emptiness?
It’s only full of All-Pervading Love.

She is the one that moves starry worlds above
And whirls the planets like little flakes of snow,
And those not deaf from within
Can hear the call of Love –
The force always victorious, wherever it goes.

Vladimir Mikhanovsky. Hope Faith Love: The Road to God. Pune, India: Nirmal Transformations, 2007.

(Photograph: geology.com)

Originally posted 2009-02-18 09:47:57. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Sign of the Kundalini

Sign of the Kundalini

During my students’ art class recently, one of the girls used the sign of the Kundalini in making a pattern of her own after looking at a painting by Margaret Preston.

Watching her drawing the symbol I said, “That’s the sign for the Kundalini.” She replied, “What’s that?” The four other children at the table looked up and listened to the explanation about how in the sacrum bone at the base of the spine, an energy lies there in that same shape, like a coil. This is part of the nervous system known by doctors, but doctors don’t know the whole story. The energy comes up and it exits from the head as a coolness. 

The children looked a little surprised and then I said, “We can test whether this happens. Put your hands out and ask, ‘Please give me my Self-realisation’”.  The four of them stood up, put out their hands, asked the question and in an instant they all said they could feel the coolness over their heads and then on their hands. They didn’t ask any more questions and they all double-checked. One of the girls felt it first, and the boy who is very shy was last but not least.

Then they all sat down and just continued painting as if they had been given just another piece of art information. Wonderful!

A Sahaja Yoga art teacher

After reading this story, another Sahaja yogi who is a former teacher made the following comments:

Children are so humbling and grounding – they get to the essence of something and appear to move on immediately but it goes very deeply into them. You had the perfect teaching opportunity – the learner showed you that she was ready to understand and you supplied the next piece of information she needed to expand her experience and to “know what she knows”. Then you showed her how to put it into practice in the collective situation.

This is how I’ve felt that all teaching needs to be. Many years ago I stopped still on a street on the way to work at the Education Department with the realisation that “the curriculum is inside the child!” We can’t arrange it from the outside; we can only set up the environment so that learning can happen.

Art is one of the means through which Self-realisation can take place. These children have accepted your teaching, which you have offered them freely. It is so sweet to picture them. Possibly what will happen now is that opportunities to show them the Kundalini in the work of other artists, and in the world in general, will arise spontaneously.

(Graphic: kundalini.org.hk/sychinese)

Originally posted 2008-08-14 03:56:39. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Second Tasmanian Seminar

Recently we held the second seminar for establishing yogis in Tasmania’s beautiful Golden Valley, on the side of Quamby Bluff. The vibrations of the Mother Earth and the hills were there to greet us, and once we had put up Shri Mataji’s beautiful photo, framed in a carved Indonesian frame, with a photo especially made to fit , the vibrations were as cool as cool in anticipation of the weekend to come.

One of the first to arrive was a car from Devonport with four ladies. Two of them came straight in and when they saw the altar, beams of joy radiated from them. One automatically placed her hands together and bowed to the photo. “She is so beautiful,” she said. “I’ve never done that before. I just felt that I had to.” What a start to a beautiful weekend!

There were fourteen of us altogether. They came laden with food – the Tasmanians are very generous people. Eight of them had been to the first seminar and were keen to renew friendships. All of them were always sitting ready for the eight different sessions that were held, and really enjoyed the strength of the vibrations.

We had arranged to do a Power Point presentation on the Mooladhara Chakra – yes, very techno! We had all the right cords and had practised beforehand, but could we get it to work? No! So we ad libbed, and yes, it was the most powerful session. They loved the knowledge that we have been given, and the meditation afterwards was beautiful.

Everyone enjoyed the bhajans and the mantras were sung with great sweetness. Everyone left saying how joyful they felt and asking when the next seminar would be, so we arranged it there and then: 24, 25 and 26 October 2009.

Phillip and Sarah Frankcombe

Originally posted 2009-04-19 04:29:48. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

The Sign of Peace

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You should find, yourself, what’s wrong with you. But it’s not what’s wrong with you that is the problem. What’s right with you is the attitude. Whatever is right with you, put your foot on that. Establish yourself on that point and then develop yourself further. Peace is the keynote…

Try to assimilate within yourself. First grow yourself. That growth itself will tell others how one should be. Your own character, your own temperament, your own nature, your own behaviour – all this will tell others that this is a great man and they will try to follow your example.

Example is the best teaching. When the tree is small, even if it says, “I am great,” nobody is going to come and sit under a dwarf tree. But when it is a big tree, you can see the shade and everybody knows it’s a big tree and they can come and sit under that. You don’t have to tell. In the same way, when you grow you don’t have to certify that “I am great.” It just works.

Now the peace within expresses, first, as peace with others. That is the first sign of the manifestation of peace. Such a person doesn’t use harsh words, doesn’t use cruel words, but he is also not a person who is ineffective. He is very effective, using very sweet and nice words. Maybe he begins by using harsh words, then he mellows down and comes down to a position where he is effective as well as he is very mild and sweet. Such a personality has to be developed outside.

Shri Mataji, 1985

Originally posted 2008-04-03 03:08:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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