Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Sign of Dharma

A dharmic person is the one who is always introspective by nature. He tries to see, 'Am I doing things all right? Is it correct?' He doesn't allow his mind to justify wrong things. That is one of the signs of a real dharmic person. He may not be a Sahaja yogi. But he will ask himself, 'Is it right or is it wrong?' 


Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi     August  15 , 1993      Shri  Krishna Puja       Cabella, Italy.







Saturday, August 04, 2018

Collectivity is Key

In Sahaja Yoga, the door is open - anybody can come in, anybody. Get your realization. Because I have faith in collectivity, this collective life will definitely give you what Buddha got through His individual efforts. But there also we fail; that we do not know how to be collective. Individualism is all the time around us. In every way we think as individuals. Wherever collectivity has worked, Sahaja Yoga has prospered; and wherever it has not worked, there has been a problem. So it is very important that we should look at ourselves, and see for ourselves and see how collective we are. Do you enjoy collectivity, or not? Are you aiming at collectivity, or not?

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi -   August 4, 1991,   Shri Buddha Puja   Deinze, Belgium