Havan Ekadasha Rudra after Shri Mahaganesha Puja
Today we all have assembled here, to pay our respect to Shree Ganesha. Ganpatipule has a special significance because he is Maha Ganesha. The Ganesha at Muladhara becomes Maha Ganesha in the Virata that is the brain that means it is the seat of Shri Ganesh that means Shree Ganesha governs from that seat, the principal of Innocence. As you know very well it is placed at the back in the region of optic thalamus optic [UNCLEAR] and it is the giver of Innocence to the eyes. […]
1983-10-10 Puja and Havan for new Yogis, Toronto, Canada
Shri Mataji- Now Shri Ganesha prayer first, just the names, just the prayer will do, just tell them that we have to first establish the innocence and innocence is Shri Ganesh who incarnated on the earth as Jesus Christ.
SY- perhaps you would like to tell them Mother
Shri Mataji- aah
SY- maybe you would like to tell them
Shri Mataji- alright, we do 2 things today only because there is short of time. […]
Havan on Shri Krishna’s Birthday. Tannay (Switzerland), 31 August 1983.
Sahaja yogi: Hundred and eight names of Vishnu.
Shri Mataji: Where is it? That is the best, if you have [Unclear]
Sahaja yogi: Should we give the translation in French and in English or in French?
Shri Mataji: French is all right. So first you read the translation, then the name and then Om Swaha. That would be better, understood better. First read the translation. Who will do the translation? […]
Havan after Guru Puja
Shri Mataji: First we are going to have the “namaaz”. We have to learn how to do “namaaz” today, because it’s a Guru’s Day. Now where is…? – Come along! All of you who are here should learn how to do “namaaz”. Now stand here. Facing Me. Come along!
Gregoire: I would like that everybody sit down, so that everybody can see.
Shri Mataji: No, you have to stand up, because you have to do accordingly. […]
“Importance of Puja and Havan”. Paris (France), 18 June 1983
Please be seated.
Hello, so we were waiting for you to come. So, I think, get My sweater. Hello, we were waiting for you to come, for Christopher to come here. How is he? Very good. What’s happened to his head? Changing of milk Shri Mother. So Christopher you are back, here? You must cover his head. It’s very cold still.
All right. All right. All right. […]
Havan on the day of Puja to Shri Krishna as Yogeshwara, 1982-08-15
Bahjan: Govinda Bolo
Child: what’s happening? …. Mother is coming.
Bahjan: Govinda Bolo
Indistinct voices of children
Sahaja Children: questioning Shri Mataji [Marathi?]
Shri Mataji: [Marathi?] Her blue sweater, just find out from Olympia’s Mother. …. [to the child] please sit there.
Child: Did Olympia’s mother come?
Shri Mataji: [Marathi?] Today is the combination of Shri Krishna, this one (is) his face and this is his dress. […]
Havan after Adi Shakti Puja 1982-08-01
Shri Mataji: Now, let’s understand the significance, all right? Now, he said a word ‘Swaha’. ‘Swaha’ is the capacity of the Nabhi Chakra. That is – it burns everything. The capacity! You can say ‘the essence’. It burns up everything. Whatever you put of the fire, it burns up. That’s one. Second it purifies. Say, if you have got mixed up gold and you put it in the fire, it glances. […]
Talk before Havan after the Bhoomi Puja
[PROBABLY A PART IS MISSING] Sahaja Yoga is such a light that you start seeing things so clearly. You understand who is the person, who is the positive, who is the person who is negative. The other day as we were discussing the writers we could feel those people who were positive, who were realized souls and those who were now not and how some of the people were affected. […]
Shri Brahmadeva havan- Prajapati yagnya: Lord of Creatures, Mumbai, India, 1976-03-02
Translated from Hindi:
In this world, the greatest illusion is that of learned fools. Learned fools are those whom Kabirdas has described as “Padhi padhi pandit murakh bhaye” (As they went on reading, the pundits turned into fools). This is why I was afraid to write a book and now that I have thought of writing one, it should not fall into the hands of such great fools. […]