Mahashivaratri Puja: Shiva Tattva Within Us New Delhi (India)

Shivaratri Puja. Sahaja Yoga Temple, Delhi (India), 11 February 1983. I am happy that you all have adjusted yourselves in this small space. When there is love and understanding, little space can occupy many hearts. But when there is no large heart then whatever one may get is just never sufficient. Today, we are going to worship Shiva Tattwa within us, principle of Shiva. For all Sahaja Yogis it’s very important, because Shiva is the ultimate we have to achieve. Shiva is represented in our Spirit, so to become Shiva is the ultimate aim of everything else. The rest of it is all created, like Vishnu Tattwa and Brahmadeva, just to create human beings, to evolve them and then ultimately lead them to Shiva. That’s the ultimate. But human beings get so involved into the Brahmadeva’s Tattwas that even to get into Vishnu Tattwa is difficult. They get involved into the five elements which have created us. That is the outermost being within us. All the chakras have the outermost, we can say the, just the vessel, but the desire to be the Spirit is of primal importance in Sahaja Yoga. So, we have to see inward towards ourselves as Sahaja Yogis, “Do we have that desire entirely, or we have still many desires hanging around?” You see, the greatest problem is of the Nabhi chakra, whether it is in the East or the West. Some people still have hankering for the baser search of food, which is very surprising, Read More …