Shri Krishna Puja: Announcement of Vishwa Nirmala Dharma Nashik (India)

Shri Krishna Puja. Nasik (India), 19 January 1985. Yesterday, in the lecture, I gave a new announcement about Sahaja Yoga. But the whole lecture was in Marathi language and before it is translated I would like to tell you what was my announcement. There was a question that, in America and in England, no trust which is not a religion can be registered. Of course, Sahaja Yoga is the religion, no doubt, is the universal religion, is a religion that integrates all the religion, brings all the principles of religions together and shows the – shows the oneness. It integrates all the incarnations. It integrates all the scriptures. It’s a very integrating great religion which we can call as the universal religion and, in Hindi, it is called as Vishwa Dharma. Now to make it more particular, I thought that if you say universal religion then it may not be that particular because like the Buddhist, then we have got people who are called after Christ as Christians and after other people according to the incarnations. So this time the incarnation being Nirmala, I thought we can call it “The Religion which is Universal, in the name of Nirmala.” So to make it short, I thought we can call it “Universal Nirmala Religion”. What do you say to that? Now Nirmala, you’ll be all called as ‘Nirmalites’. Is the one who have been enlightened by Nirmala, it goes, light shabda (word) goes, the word light goes very well with you Read More …

Talk, Marriage Couplets (incomplete) Ganapatipule (India)

TRANSCRIPT OF MARRIAGE COUPLETS JANUARY 19, 1985 Shri Mataji (to someone): I vibrated some water for you; I hope it helps your nabhi. (in Marathi): So, is it done? Who? Taught them? Whom?  “ Nava ghya” (Literally take the name – also called “ukhana”, this is an old wedding custom of the Maharashtrian community in India to subtly announce the name of your spouse. Married couples recite rhyming couplets after the ceremony and later on, during festive gatherings, in which the names of their spouses figure).  Shri Mataji (in Marathi): In Marathi? Who. Someone: Dalvi. Shri Mataji: Yes, take it (the name). Come on, take the name in Marathi. If the husband is English, take it in English. [A Sahaja Yogi is reciting a couplet, but this one is in praise of Shri Mataji, not an ukhana]. Sahaja Yogi: Phate Geli, Phala Geli, Nash Hoto Thanana, Ayushacha Nash Hoto, Nirmal Naav Mhanana (The trees and fruits are gone, there is destruction, as life is being destructed, please take the name of Nirmal). Shri Mataji: Life is destructed, says Nirmal’s name? Sahaja Yogis: Take the name, say the name. Shri Mataji (in English): It is that the time is passing fast. Every moment is going away. It is best is to take the name of Nirmala. [Applause]. Shri Mataji: Yes, go ahead. [Inaudible. Someone is reciting in English]. Sahaja Yogi: Can you repeat, please? [Inaudible]. Shri Mataji: Warren is practising well. (Laughter all around) Another Sahaja Yogi: He is all attention. Read More …

Havan Nashik (India)

Transcript and Translation of Havan Nasik, 1985-0119 [Note: Transcription from a two-part audio recording of the Havan. There are some breaks and duplicate recordings in the first 8 minutes]. [Side conversations. Sahaja Yogis start by chanting the three Maha mantras. Shri Mataji is giving instructions on the Havan offerings]. Om Twameva Sakshat Shri Mahalaxmi, Mahasaraswati, Mahakali Trigunatmika, Sakshat Shri Adishakti Mataji Shri Nirmala Devi Namo Namah. Om Twameva Sakshat Shri Kalki Sakshat Shri Adishakti Mataji Shri Nirmala Devi Namo Namah. Om Twameva Sakshat Shri Kalki Sakshat Shri Sahasrara Swamini Mokshapradayini, Mataji Shri Nirmala Devi Namo Namah. Shri Mataji: Agni Devata. Sahaja Yogis: Om Twameva Shri Agni Devata Sakshat Shri Nirmala Devi Namo Namah. Shri Mataji: Remove these buckets from here. Have you put them all there? Shri Mataji: Yes. Are the “drona” (leaf bowls) there? Are “vatis” (metal bowls) there? OK, come. Put it in the centre. Sahaja Yogis: Om Twameva Shri Agni Devata Sakshat Shri Adishakti Mataji Shri Nirmala Devi Namo Namah. Shri Mataji: Do not add “govaris” (cow dung cakes made for Havan offering). Put it in the middle. Is the camphor there? Sahaja Yogi: Yes. Shri Mataji: Add it in the middle. And add ghee.  [Inaudible. Side conversations in multiple languages and Havan set-up]. Shri Mataji: Add it. Are the matches there? “Lava, lava matches lava” (Light it). [Inaudible. Mother is guiding the kindling of the fire, speaking with Sahaja Yogis in Marathi and English, some side conversations etc.]. Shri Mataji: [Inaudible]. (In Marathi) – Do not Read More …