Dassehra. Tenth day of Navaratri, Sydney (Australia), 21 October 2007.
Mother looks at yoginis, smiles and says ‘Very happy’.
Please sit comfortably.
Today is the (indistinct) great day , isn’t it (ji) Dassera.
[Yogis organize a microphone for Shri Mataji]
Is it coming?
So today is Dassera, is a very big day in India. They say on this day Ravana was killed. He was the worst enemy of human beings, and he was killed. But whatever it is then, […]
Sashti. Sixth night of Navaratri, Sydney (Australia), 17 October 2007.
Shri Mataji: This is too small. (speaks in Hindi) You can get a good hall here, very easily. Actually I never knew that there’s a programme otherwise I would have told you. Here also, come along, there is room here. Can you hear me there? (Yogis ‘YES!’) Come forward, here put the piano that side in the corner? Why is she crying? What has she got, […]
Second day of Navaratri, October 13, 2007, Sydney, Australia
Come here also, come in, sit here, another one also (talking to people), come forward. There are people who could not sit. Can you go and see if every one is inside?
Sorry, I didn’t know you were all here. Now she said. So, I said, “All right”.
Shri Mataji: You can hear Me there?
Sahaja Yogis: Yes, Shri Mataji.
Shri Mataji: All of you?
Sahaja Yogis: Yes, […]
Public Program, Darling Harbour Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia, 4 March 1996.
[Till 3.38 yogis singing devotional song ‘Jai Shri Ganesha
4.40 to 9.45 devotional song ‘Mother’s Joy’
10.12 to 33.55 Welcome address, background on Sahaj Yoga, introduction to Sahaj System and Chakras
34.00 to 42.12 yogis sing devotional song Sitting in the Heart of the Universe
43.20 to 50.25 yogis sing Sri Jagdambe
52.07 to 1.00.34 yogis sing Udaya Udaya
58.20 Shri Mataji comes in
1.01.20 to 1.03.58 Introduction of Mataji
I bow to all the seekers of Truth. […]
“Motivate your attention”, Mahashivaratri Puja. Bundilla Scout Camp, Sydney (Australia), 3 March 1996.
Today we are going to do puja to Shiva, Shri Shiva. As you know, Shri Shiva is the reflection of Sadashiva within us.
I’ve already told about the reflection. Sadashiva is the God Almighty, the one who sees the play of Adi Shakti. But He is the Father who is watching each one of His Creation or Her Creation.
His support to Adi Shakti is entirely, […]
Talk at the Airport. Sydney (Australia), 28 February 1995.
We have had really a very beautiful Shiva Puja here. It was never so good before, and so many people there. Everybody’s heart was opening. It was really, in the land of, as if Shiva we were in there. So I’ve told you about what is to be done, to develop detachment, and to understand. I know lots of things from your Kundalini, and some people still have problem with agnya, […]
Mahashivaratri Puja 26 February 1995, Australia
Today we have gathered here to do the Puja to Sadashiva. The One, which is reflected within us, is the Shiva, which is the pure Spirit. This pure Spirit within us is the reflection of God Almighty, Sadashiva. It’s like the sun that falls in the water and gives a clear reflection. Or else it falls on the stone, it doesn’t give any reflection at all. If you have, say, […]
Evening Program before Mahashivaratri Puja, Castle Mountain Camps, Wiseman’s Ferry, near Newcastle, NSW, Australia.
I Say Congratulations to Brayan Bay. To make my plan I never think of my past. So I was wondering what is this drama going about (Clapping). The most important thing in this life to enlighten as many people as possible. I am very much thankful to you for expressing your joy, your talents to express the reality, the reality is not in which what we believe but it is beyond but the way people believe in reality is something illusion, […]
Public Program. Sydney (Australia), 21 February 1995.
I bow to all the seekers of truth.
At the very outset we have to know what is the truth. There are so many seekers of truth in these modern times which has been predicted that there will be many people who will be seeking the truth now as ordinary householders. Their life will be completely transformed in these modern times. They call it in the Koran as Kiama. […]
[INAUDIBLE] Thank you!
[INAUDIBLE] [ALL CLAP] Vishwa Vanditaa Nirmala Mata Sarva Pujitaa Nirmala Mata Brahma Swaroopini Yoga Nirupini Shubhdaam Vardaam namo namah Vishwa Vanditaa Nirmala Mata Sarva Pujitaa Nirmala Mata [MUSIC] [MUSIC] – aa, aa, aa, aa – Very low now. That’s better. – Jagat Janani Nirmala, Moola Prakriti Akhileshwar ki – Still Nitya Satya Sanatana – Parashakti Parmeshwar kii – [UNCLEAR – COIL IT UP?] – Vishwa Dharini aa, aa, aa; Mangal Kaarini aa, […]
Informal Talk to Yogis. Melbourne Airport (Australia), 19 February 1995.
I never expected you all here but, very happy to see you, that our, Melbourne has grown so much so beautifully. You all look so nice. It was, quite a struggle to begin with, but it had worked out and we all have come together now, in such a beautiful way. There were many in Ganapatipule I couldn’t talk to you directly, that time. How many got married in Ganapatipule? […]
Public Program. Brisbane (Australia), 17 April 1994.
I bow to all the seekers of truth.At the very outset, I have to tell you that truth is what it is: you cannot change it, you cannot conceptualize it, you cannot know it unfortunately at this human awareness. A little bit more of our evolutionary process has to take place.You have been alreayd told about the centres thatwe have within ourselves and how we get our self realisation. […]
Talk at Wamuran Ashram, Queensland (Australia). 13 April 1994.
…And who do not see the point, but the children if they develop this kind of a funny psychology, such a paradoxical thing to live in – all sorts of things we hear about rape, this, that, you are shocked, I mean the way the whole society is doing and is accepted by everyone. They have to accept. There’s no way out, as if that’s a pattern of life. […]
Public Program. Canberra (Australia), 8 April 1994.
I think you can go down, there lots of seats still vacant.
I bow to all the seekers of truth. At the very outset I have to tell you that truth is what it is. You cannot transform it, change it and unfortunately at this human awareness you cannot know it. Now whatever I am going to tell you today, you need not believe blind folded, you have already suffered a lot because of blind faith. […]
Farewell Talk. Burwood Ashram, Sydney (Australia). 7 April 1994.
So, thank you very much for the greetings on this day. It was a Easter Monday when I got married that day, and also My baptism took place on Easter Monday. But you know our Easter Monday always changes according to the Monday it comes.
So it was quite a big venture for Me to marry. Actually, I did not need it at all. But as you know in India, […]
Public Program. Sydney (Australia), 6 April 1994.1I bow to all the Seekers of TruthI am very thankful to Mr Henry Tsang, for addressing you and introducing me to you, that’s verykind of him. It is the one the very rare occasions, where I have seen people in authority haveunderstood my work and have tried to help me.Whatever he said is really very remarkable, that all these greater people like Lao-Tse, who startedTaoism, Buddha, who was teaching Buddhism, […]
Lane Talk at Lane Cove National Park, near Sydney, Australia. 5 April 1994.
What a beautiful place to come to, isn’t it?
I have been here before also. You have such nice places on the outskirts. On the outskirts you have really very nice places in Sydney and this picnicking has helped you to make your collectivity better.
That’s how they started having picnics and in the picnics they developed the collectivity, which is very beautiful to be one with the nature, […]
Easter Puja. Sydney (Australia), 3 April 1994.
I’m happy to know so many of you have come here – and I feel this is a very important Puja, not only for Australia but for the whole world, because it has the greatest message which we have actualised now in Sahaja Yoga.
We have to understand the message of Christ. There are many people in this world who try to show off that they are very great rationalists and that they have a right to pass any remark they like about Christ. […]
Talk before Concert at Bundilla Camp. Sydney (Australia), 2 April 1994.
I’m very happy to see all of you here and that now we have so many Sahaja Yogis in Australia.
I think Australia has got the second position in Sahaja Yoga. Of course the first position if you exclude [interruption in recording] in the sense that if you exclude Russia and the Eastern bloc, then I would say maximum number of Sahaja Yogis we have now in Austria and the second is in Australia. […]
Picnic , Maroondah Dam, Melbourne (Australia) 31-3-1994
That time I used to be so happy that you people all have joined together, the collectivity is good and that you are helping the leader, who is very capable, I must say, you are so lucky to have such a leader who is so capable, educated, wise and I can’t understand how people do not enjoy his leadership.
If you have any problems, tell Me – no harm. […]
Public Program, Melbourne (Australia). 30 March 1994.
I bow to all the seekers of truth.
At the very outset, I have to tell you that truth is what it is. You cannot change it; you cannot transform it; you cannot conceptualize it. It is what it is; it was what it was and it will be what it will be.
Whatever, I want to tell you today, I have to request you, to keep your mind open, […]
Informal Talk Perth (Australia), 28 March 1994.
Yesterday I was really enamored there are so many people you see and all very deep and sensible people. First time I see such a group, all of them, and none of them was making any fun or funny remarks, nothing. Except for all those who came on the stage most of them had agnya. I was quite surprised because when I asked them they said we are Christians and I said how can you have agnya, […]
Public Program, Perth (Australia). 27 March 1994.
I bow to all the seekers of truth.At the very outset I have to say that truth is what it is. You cannot change it, you cannot describe it and you cannot conceptualize it. It is, it has been and it will be. Now whatever I’m going to tell you today, you need not accept it blindfolded. We have had enough of trouble with blind faiths, but you must keep your mind open, […]
Final Talk of Australian Tour before Departure. Burwood Ashram Sydney (Australia), 5 March 1992.
So, the time has come to say farewell to all of you. I must say this time our Tour has been really very successful. There have been no obstructions no problems nothing, except for one stupid article, we had no problem and which they are going to look after. On the whole, we have learnt a lot this time and I think everybody has been feeling very much better because of Shivratri Puja. […]
Public Program. University of New South Wales, Sydney (Australia), 4 March 1992.
I bow to all the seekers of truth.At the very outset we have to know that truth is what it is. The absolute truth cannot be changed, cannot be conceptualized. Above all, unfortunately, at this human awareness we cannot feel it and we cannot understand it. Now, whatever I am going to tell you about yourself you have to take a scientific attitude and keep a open mind. […]
Public Program, Wollongong (Australia), 4 March 1992.
I bow to all the seekers of truth.
At the very outset, we have to know that truth is what it is. We cannot change, it we cannot transform it, unfortunately we cannot also know it at human awareness. Whatever they have told you about this mechanism with in us and whatever I am going to tell you about yourself you have to treat it like a hypothesis and you have to keep your mind open like a scientist. […]
Public Program Day 2. Sydney (Australia), 3 March 1992.
sing the great mantras then the song “Vishwa vandita”]
[Talk starts at
I’m happy that they could sing all
I bow to all the seekers of Truth.
[No sound up to
… absolute Truth. Now, the truth is
that there is an All-pervading power of God’s love which does all
the living work in this Universe. The second truth is that we are not
this body, […]
Public Program Day 1. Sydney (Australia), 2 March 1992.
Welcoming address by Deputy Lord Mayor of Sydney Mr. Henry Tsang.
[Shri Mataji speaks from minute 16:26.]
I would like to thank you very much, the Deputy Mayor, sir, for your kind introduction to the subject of yoga.
In Sahaja Yoga… Yoga means your connection with the all-pervading power of God’s love which we call as “Self-realisation” which is really very important because once it happens, automatically all those things that are promised in the yoga system of Buddhism or yoga system in Zen, […]
Day after Shivaratri Puja, Talk to Sahaja Yogis, Laguna of Glenrock, Newcastle, (Australia), March 1st, 1992
I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s puja very much. Today I wanted to talk to you about certain matters where people get quite confused. There are certain things we must understand in Sahaja Yoga.
First point there is no fundamentalism in Sahaja Yoga. Nobody should use My words or say: ‘Mother said so’, nobody should. That is how all this hierarchies have been built, […]
Mahashivaratri Puja. Glenrock Lagoon, Newcastle (Australia), 29 February 1992.
It’s very nice to see all of you here, so many of you from Australia, to worship Shiva, Sadashiva.I think this is a very important occasion. Is important, because Sadashiva, the God Almighty, who is One, is expressed on your heart as Spirit, the Shiva. We have to understand that so many people came on this earth at different times, in different countries, and they talked to different people about righteousness, […]
Newcastle Public Program. Newcastle (Australia), 28 February 1992.
I bow to all the seekers of truth. At the very outset you have to know that truth is what it is. We cannot change it. We cannot transform it and we cannot conceptualize it. Also unfortunately at this human awareness we cannot feel the truth, so something has to be done, something has to work out in our human awareness in the evolutionary process. We have become human beings from amoeba. […]
Talk on Arrival at Burwood. Sydney (Australia), 27 February 1992.
. . . but all of you are not here. It doesn’t matter. There’s a certain thing I’m discovering, that you people always say: “Mother said so, Mother said so”, and making a fundamental thing out of Sahaja Yoga. It’s not proper. You should never say that: “Mother said so.” It’s not needed at all, why to say? You all have freedom, you have absolute freedom. […]
Talk to Yogis, Brisbane Airport (transit to NZ). Brisbane (Australia), 22 February 1992.
You shouldn’t go in the sun, in the daytime, I must say. It’s a worse sun than in India I tell you. It’s all right in the morning, about nine-ten o’clock, and in the evening, after six. It’s a very bad sun, and then you get all these problems of the skin, you see these days, they are developing, what do you call, […]
Public Program Day 2. Brisbane (Australia), 21 February 1992.
I bow to all the seekers of truth.
As I told you yesterday that truth is what it is. We cannot transform it, we cannot change it and we cannot know it at human awareness.
I never read scriptures as I don’t think I have to read them because I know them. But I was reading the Koran and also the Bible from this Christian science thing, […]
“The Mahalakshmi Principle,” Shri Mahalakshmi Puja, Brisbane (Australia), February 20th, 1992
Something wrong. Who has made those with the things…You should put more of cotton in that, you see, slips back. Can you get it done by the…For pujas you must use Indian girls, [is] better. They know all these things better you see.
They said that, “Nobody asked us.” So they just sit on the fence (laughing).
They would think that, “We should not come forward, […]
1992-02-20 Talk to Sahaja Yogis Brisbane- 1992
Sometimes please My people, without understanding, what is the reality they motivate and then they start misusing that but then it becomes a curse on them. So one should keep one’s worship Bhakti (devotion) absolutely accurate, that’s the best way. All right. Mother is laughing for something. It is very sad to see a lady being torchered like this. But in those days it was so but not now. […]
Talk to Sahaja Yogis after Public Program. Brisbane (Australia), 19 February 1992.
Only thing I have to tell that these people who will be coming to you now, they are very beautiful nice people. I think we have to, handle them very gently. That’s very important, and not to tell them: ‘You have got a bhoot in you and this and that.’ Then they get frightened, they can’t [INAUDIBLE] There should be very gentle handling of the whole situation. […]