Interviewer: And one question still please, is sickness. For me, it is very difficult to understand, what is the sense of sickness for one who.. I don’t know, what’s the reason, that… and how it can be healed with Kundalini.
Shri Mataji: You see, sickness comes to you as I told you, through our centers getting exhausted. As this is one center, all right, on the left side, left sympathetic, and right sympathetic, and they join together, […]
Arrival Speech. Ashram Melichargasse, Vienna (Austria), 25 July 1989.
It was a wonderful time that we had in Italy when we went to that lake and I’m sure you all must have enjoyed it. But all these seminars and tours and all that are for our understanding of the spiritual urge within us and that exists in others. It is more meeting the other Sahaja Yogis together to know about other Sahaja Yogis from other countries and to enjoy the Spirit, […]
Arrival Speech at Meli ashram, Vienna (Austria), 12 October 1987.
Shri Mataji: My husband has asked Me to go there and bring that all. I told them that [inaudible] small children [inaudible] worked very hard. Nabhi is there why? Too much [sugar] all of them. (Laughter) All have worked very hard. [inaudible] very hard. Nabhi should be all right.
It is such a pleasure to see you, Sabine. (Laughter) [inaudible] I’ve never expected – just imagine [inaudible]. […]
Advice on small children in ashram Meli. Vienna (Austria), 9 July 1986.
…….children which are going to the Primary
Schools. Even those who are not going to Preschools are the small children when they are born and that`s the time one has to be much more important because that`s the time they are the most impressionable is when they are born.
I have given some instructions for the children, how to do all the things when the child is born, […]
Interview: Shri Mataji Talks about Her Early Life. Vienna (Austria), 9 July 1986.
Reporter: Can we start with Your childhood?
Shri Mataji: Yes.
Reporter: Do You, can describe a little bit the circumstances where you were grown up?
Shri Mataji: My family?
Shri Mataji: I belong to a family of very enlightened people. My father was a linguist and he was master of fourteen languages. He knew about twenty-six languages and he translated even Koran-e-Sharif into Hindi language. […]