Talk to Sahaja Yogis, Eve of Guru Puja Camping Borda d'Ansalonga, Ansalonga (Andorra)

Lecture on Evening before Guru Puja, Ansalonga (Andorra), July 30th, 1988 Tomorrow is a great day for all of us because it’s the Guru Puja Day, and perhaps you know that Guru puja is the greatest day for all the sahaja yogis, also for Me. Of course, Sahasrara is the day, which is very important, which makes a big history in the spirituality and also in the evolutionary process. But for us the sahaja yogis and Myself – it’s very remarkable that we are here to know something and to teach something. Now, if you see how Sahaja Yoga knowledge has slowly come to all of you. Gyaneshwara has described it so beautifully – he says, “Like the petals when they fall on the Mother Earth, gently, in the same way, let this knowledge fall onto the minds of the disciples and make them fragrant.” Another thing described is a bird called Chakoor, which is a bird which just at the time of full moon, sucks the nectar of moonlight, otherwise, it doesn’t care for anything else, it feeds only on itself. So he says, “Let the knowledge of the Divine be sucked in by the disciples like the Chakoora bird who sucks in the nectar of the moonlight.” Moon stands for the Spirit. In the same manner, let it penetrate into their being. After all, he was a very great poet, I must say, in poetry, nobody can go as deep as Gyaneshwara has gone, no one. So slowly Read More …