Talkback Radio Interview 3UZ Melbourne (Australia)

Talkback Radio Interview 3UZ, Mebourne (Australia), 10 March 1983. 3UZ TALKBACK RADIO with Barry Everingham (first quarter of an hour was not recorded) BE: Thank you George. Joan? Is Joan on the line. J: Yes.BE: Now you want to speak to the Mataji about the curing of alopecia?J: Yes I do.BE: We’ll, we’d better explain to the listeners what it is: it’s the falling out of hair in clumps. It’s not baldness.J: Well yes that’s…BE: Is that right?J: It’s areas of baldness.BE: Areas of baldness? In men and women? J: Yes.BE: Are you a sufferer of it?J: Yes I am.BE: Well here’s the Mataji now Joan. Shri Mataji: Hello. See there was one gentleman from Australia who had the same problem. He was cured. And you can come along and get your realisation. After realisation it will all work out. All right? J: What do I have to do? Shri Mataji: Nothing. You just come along and see me. J: Do I have to bring something along or come? Shri Mataji: Just come and see Me. J: Where was it again? BE: Now tomorrow night Joan, it’s at the Exhibition Building, do you know that, in Nicholson Street, Carlton. J: Yes. BE: At 7 o’clock.J: It’s a very big building. BE: Well whereabouts is the… Shri Mataji: It’s the main hall. BE: It’s the main hall. J: The main hall? BE: Yes. J: Yes. BE: That’s at seven o’clock tomorrow night. J: And there was a Sunday one? BE: Yes Read More …

Radio Interview 3DB Melbourne (Australia)

Radio Interview 3DB, Melbourne (Australia), 10 March 1983. Q: … Right now. Actually to be more specific, She’s in the studio with me right now … Shri Mataji and we’re going to talk to her. Good morning. Shri Mataji: Good morning. Q: How do I address you, do I call you. Shri Mataji: Mother, you can call it, it is better to call Me Mother. Q: All right thank you, Mother. Mother, now you are India’s living saint, do I stand or do I sit, or … Shri Mataji: Yes that’s what they say Q: India’s greatest living saint, and founder of the worldwide Sahaja Yoga. Mostly when we think of spiritual leaders, we think of men, but, quite obviously you’re a woman. Shri Mataji: Yes I am. I think this work can only be done by the Motherly love and compassion and patience, and men can’t have that much patience. I think a Mother was more needed at this time. Q: Men don’t have patience, Shri Mataji? Shri Mataji: I think so, women have more patience, specially Indian women are known for their patience. I don’t know about the women here. If they are copying men then they may not be also having equal patience. Q: What makes Indian women so special where patience is concerned? Shri Mataji: They are brought up that way. They are told that you have to be the bearing power, you have to be like the Mother Earth, so they develop that from their Read More …

Your own guru within yourself — is your Spirit Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne (Australia)

Public Program Day 3. Melbourne (Australia), 10 March 1983. Introduction by Dr. Warren: Again, it gives me great pleasure to introduce to you again Mataji Nirmala Devi. For those of you who have been coming regularly to the series these last two nights and tonight, I think many of you will have experienced Self-realization. For those of you who haven’t, don’t despair, because it can be worked out in everyone. Not everyone keeps that gift of Self-realization, because, very foolishly, when we touch it, we let it go, we squander it, or perhaps we don’t develop it in a way in which that seeking that lies within us would desire. But whatever it is, most of us who get this experience of Self-realization come to a point where logically they reach the conclusion that there must be something that has happened within me, which has taken me into this new dimension of awareness. In my own case, when I experienced Self-realization … it was a very remarkable experience because I gained my experience from Mataji, in Her presence, in India. But the events that led up to that were quite interesting. Because, as practicing professional in health care, looking after lots of patients, I was able to watch a lot of those patients who were going to India, going to America, going to various places of Spiritual pilgrimage all over the world. And many of them were coming back — quite curiously to me at that time — quite damaged Read More …