Maintaining purity of Sahaja Yoga, Caxton Hall, 8th of October, 1979
…. has his own way for some time. I said, let him try.
Douglas Fry: I’m not using a loudspeaker I’m just recording you. It’s just for recording.
Shri Mataji: Oh, it is not a loudspeaker.
Sahaja Yogi: It’s just a tape.
Shri Mataji: Oh, I see
…and, he had started, you see, doing some sort of tricks which I did feel about him that he had started doing some tricks about his Realisation. […]
Maintaining purity of Sahaja Yoga, Caxton Hall, 8th of October, 1979
“Self-realisation and fulfilment”, Public Programme. Caxton Hall, London, England. 6 August 1979.
So much, already, has been said about Sahaja Yoga. As I have told you before, for new people I would like to say that, ‘saha’ means ‘with’, ‘ja’ means ‘born’. It is born with you. It is with you.
The germinating power which is going to connect you with the Divine is born with you. As you have a nose, eyes and face, in this body, […]
Public pogram “We have to seek our wholesomeness”. Caxton Hall, London (UK). 24 July 1979.
Yesterday, I met a lady, and she told me that she was seeking God. I said, “What do you think of God, what are you seeking?” When we say we are seeking, do we know what are we supposed to seek, and do we understand how we are going to feel our seeking complete, that we have reached the destination? As last time, […]
How truthful are we about seeking?, public programme, Caxton Hall, London, England. 16 July 1979.
The other day I told you about the instrument that we have already within ourselves, for us to have our own Self-knowledge, which is an actualisation, which is an experience, which is a happening by which we become That. It is the becoming, it is not any brain washing or sermoning but it’s a becoming I’m talking about. When we say, […]
We Are All Seekers, public programme, Caxton Hall, London, England. 10 July 1979.
To see so many new people also here. Those who have come for the first time it is better if they sit in the first line most of them, those who have come for the first time. Come forward. [UNCLEAR]. You have come for the first time?
We are all seekers – that is to say, that we all feel that there is some purpose in our life, […]
Seeking the Life Beyond, public programme, Caxton Hall, London, England. 25 June 1979.
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Only thing I would request you not to get into Siddhis.
Try to control. If it happens, I think best thing is to go out for a while because I do not want others to be disturbed in the hall, though I’ll try to control.
You’re all here, because we had a feeling that there is something that lies beyond which we have to seek. […]
What have we done towards a higher Life? Caxton Hall, London (UK), 19 June 1979.
Every time we have some people who are new and I have to again introduce the subject, tell you about it.
We are here because we are seeking. We are seeking something of the beyond because we have a feeling within us that there is something that is beyond. But we have no guideline to understand what we have to do about it. […]
“How Aspects of God are Expressed within us,” Caxton Hall, London (UK). 11 June 1979.
…Thank you. Come along. See those who are… You come in front, all right? Better thing is that the new people sit in front. It’s better. Yes. Hello. Good. Very good.
So I would like to give you a little idea about this picture that we have in front of us (chakra chart). Now whom we call as God Almighty, the One who is eternal, […]
The Three Paths Of Evolution, public programme, Caxton Hall, London (UK). 30 May 1979.
I am here to talk to you about a higher life than what we know of, about a power that pervades, permeates every other power and about the world which is called as the world of bliss and joy.
You must have heard about all these words before also. But I am here to tell you about the instrument that resides within us. […]
Seeking, Evolution, Q&A. Caxton Hall London (UK), 17 May 1979.
I would say those who have come for the first time please [UNCLEAR give them the front row]. [UNCLEAR Second row or first row]. Please. Aap bhi samne aiye [you too come in front].
You see if you leave the back seats vacant it will be better because there will be some more coming I guess. And occupy these front ones [UNCLEAR here].
So today we have [UNCLEAR this] introduction to sahaj yog to begin with because there are some [UNCLEAR interest in you]. […]
“Agya chakra”, Caxton Hall, London (UK), 18 December 1978.
Today we are talking about the sixth chakra called as Agya Chakra. The ‘gya’, ‘gya’ word means ‘to know’, gya is to know. And ‘A’ means ‘the whole’.
Agya chakra also has another meaning. A-gya, agya means ‘obedience’ or ‘to order’. It can mean both the things. If you order to someone it is an agya and the one who obeys the order is an agyakari. The one who does the agya.
Evolution Beyond organised Religion, public programme, Caxton Hall, London (UK), 13 November 1978.
…experience it is, [to just] and it starts mesmerizing you. And this is the greatest faltering point .You have to mature. And it is not like this, that, like a toothpaste, I say, “All right, [you’ve] got this toothpaste. Your teeth will be shining.” It’s not like that, because you have problems; you are complicated. You must know you are complicated. And the Kundalini though it catches, […]
Old title: Becoming Registered as a Charity 1978, London
HH Shri Mataji Nirmal Devi, Public Meeting No.2, Caxton Hall, London, UK, 1978-10-30_TO1
(HH Shri Mataji speaking informally, greeting people and speaking to yogis: All those who have come for the first time, please come and sit here, all right? As much as possible, closer, and then…he’s your friend? Good. You can come here. (Speaks in Hindi) Today I will give again a little gist about Kundalini because they have come for the first time, […]
“The three channels”, public programme, Caxton Hall, London (UK), 23 October 1978.
No doubt, everyone will have to go through this process, but how many really want to be themselves? There are certain people who say, “We are seeking.”
When I ask them, “What are you seeking?” they say, “We are seeking joy, peace, happiness…” Some of them are worried if they are worthy of it or not, whether they should really know their Self or not. […]
“Knots on the Three Channels,” public programme, Caxton Hall, London (UK), 2 October 1978.
[The Principle] of Brahma is there, is the principle of that pulsating part, that power within us, which we have to feel, and which pulsates in everything.
It happens with Sahaja Yoga, no doubt, that the Kundalini rises, but that is not the end of it, because [the] human being is the instrument in which this light is manifested. But once it is manifested it is not necessary that it would be all the time burning properly. […]
The Principle of Brahma, Caxton Hall, London (UK), 11 September 1978.
Today I want to tell you about something, perhaps I have never touched that point before. Or I have not talked about it, that elaborately. It is about The Principle of Brahma: What is the principle of Brahma? How does It exist? How is It born? How does It manifest? And how, It is detached and also attached.
The Principle of Brahma is different from Brahma Itself, […]
Public Program. Caxton Hall, London (UK), 17 July 1978.
Shri Mataji: How are you?
Yogi: Muffled reply, not too bad
Shri Mataji: not too bad, everyone improving gradually. Yes? How are you? You are always fine,
Look at that, he’s fine he is born realised. The whole world is horrid isn’t it? Ha ha ha ha for a realised soul it is so. I am surprised the way things are in the west (It is shocking?)
How many have come for the first time? […]
“Kundalini”. Caxton Hall, London (UK), 10 July 1978.
Those who have come for the first time, please come forward, it will be better. Those who have come for the first time, please. Just, no, you can sit on the first and second row so we’ll know that. Because those who have come earlier…Please come! There’s nothing to be afraid of. Makes no difference. Come along.
…goes to, other people. And we have to realise one thing: that a human being is born in a different time (?) than an animal. […]
“What happens after Self-realisation?”, Public Programme, Caxton Hall, London (UK), 26 June 1978.
The question is: what happens actually after Self-realisation, to us? Of course, I mean, you feel thoughtlessly aware, you feel collective consciousness, you can feel the kundalini of others, you can raise the kundalini, you can feel the chakras. This is all you know. But actually, what happens in the deeper way to a human being, has to be seen.
So, first of all, […]
The Difference Between East & West, Caxton Hall, London (UK), 19 June 1978.
The problem of our Western society is this….
You see, the Eastern society has its own problems and Western society has its own problems. Basically they are two different problems, absolutely two different problems, and to discuss about the problems of the East will be of no use to you.
For example, in the [Bhagavad] Gita, Shri Krishna has said that, “Yoga Kshema Vahamyam.” […]
“Rationalism, Emotionalism And Wisdom”, Caxton Hall, London, 12 June 1978.
…Then what can rationality do? There must be some reason for having rationality in us [and] why God has given us rationality. He doesn’t waste his diamonds like that!
Rationality gives us the sense to understand that we cannot reach there through rationality.
Because unless and until this thing happens to you, you are not going to believe in it. You are not going to believe in it that, […]
We are all seeking, public programme, Caxton Hall, London, 20 March 1978.
Gregoire has said so many things that I really don’t know what to say after that. Really dumbfounded. I know it’s a fact and you have to face it, though I’m bashful about it.
You were all seeking, and I think from the time I remember I haven’t met anyone who was not seeking. They may be seeking in money, in power. But so many of them were really seeking something beyond. […]
Tantrism, public programme, Caxton Hall, London (UK), 21 November 1977.
My dear seekers,
I’m thankful to Gavin Brown that he has been able to sum up some of the things I’ve said before and I don’t have to go into all the details of what I told you last time. Some of you have come for the first time here. (Tape interrupted).
As he said Tantra is the technique. It’s a technique and Yantra in Sanskrit language means the mechanism. […]