Eve of Birthday Puja, Talk to Sahaja Yogis: Don’t create groups Sydney (Australia)

Eve of Birthday Puja. Sydney (Australia), 20 March 1990. So my tour of Australia has come to an end. Today is a day I can say it’s all very well done. We have had a very good response. I didn’t expect that much everywhere. It was tremendous. And very great things have happened, some miracles also, during this visit. And one has to know that Sahaja Yogis have to be with great potential manifesting. If they are then it triggers very well, otherwise I cannot work out. For that we have to understand that in Sahaja Yoga there’s no sacrifice of any kind. You don’t have to sacrifice anything. It’s all the time blessings throughout. You don’t have to sacrifice anything. And you don’t have to suffer also anything. Nothing of the kind. I have told you about how my father was in jail, my mother was in jail – and how many times – and how we suffered during the war of independence. We lost everything, all our properties, everything, for the war of independence only. But this is the independence, the freedom of an absolute nature, not only for you but for the whole world, for your children, for everyone. It’s a tremendous work. It’s a very great achievement. In the history of spirituality, in the history of the world, this is the greatest thing that has happened, is that people are transformed into a new awareness. Perhaps you are not aware of it. And we take it Read More …

Talk to Sahaja Yogis Canberra (Australia)

Talk to Sahaja Yogis in Canberra, Australia, 20th March 1990 Shri Mataji: Let’s sit. So now, please be seated.Please remove this one, if you can take it out.Please, be seated. [Cut in the audio] We are all just the same, it’s one of the very important things we have to achieve, that we are all just the same, there’s no difference between us.Apart from that, from our mundane life, it’s better that we stay in the ashram because children are looked after, children become much more social, sensible and they understand mediation. And there’s a sort of discipline about it, meditation, people do meditation. In the house, they say: “Oh, I’m alright on my own” and this and that. I know there have been problems, I agreed, there has been very bad leaders, and they were Australians, what can I do? You are all Australians. I mean, I had to choose someone and the first who came to Sahaja Yoga, one after another. So they had to be appointed with. They turned out to be bad leaders, that’s-I don’t know- that’s the lack of Australia I think.[Shri Mataji laughs]Alright, but doesn’t matter. Yu should not rebel, you should stay in the ashram, that’s very bad to rebel or to create problems for collectivity, it’s sinful, and one has to pay for it. Those who create problems for collectivity are already paying through their noses,I know people, they develop- well, I don’t mean it at all, I don’t want it- they Read More …

Press Interview with Canberra Times Canberra (Australia)

Press Interview with “Canberra Times”, Canberra, Australia, 20 March 1990. Shri Mataji: You ask them to bring My spectacles. Lady interviewer: Yeah, I, I came along for about now last night Shri Mataji: Little loudly. Lady interviewer: Oh, sorry. I came along for that now last night. There were just a few things that I want to clarify with You. – Umm, this is Your fifth time here in Australia, is it right? Shri Mataji: No, no. This is, I think, fourth time. Lady interviewer: Fourth time. Right. Shri Mataji: Yes. Lady interviewer: And how did you find last night, how did it go? Shri Mataji: For Canberra it’s very good, I must say. [Shri Mataji laughs] Lady interviewer: Yeah. More people than you thought of. Shri Mataji: Everywhere else much more. I think we must have had about one thousand two hundred or so in Sydney. Lady interviewer: Right, right, okay. Just a few things like on the health aspect You talking about I wonder if you could define your Creative Yoga a bit more for me. Shri Mataji: A little louder. Lady interviewer: I wonder if you could define your Creative Yoga a bit more. I was talking to a few people afterwards that time. [unclear] forms of yoga. I wonder if You could explain for me because I didn’t quite understand Your, Your actual philosophy. Shri Mataji: See, Sahaja Yoga, ‘saha’ means with, ‘ja’ means born, ‘yoga’ means union with the Divine Power. So, born with you, Read More …