Public Program: Stupefied Through Ego Finchley Ashram, London (England)

Public Program. Caxton Hall, London (UK), 25 September 1978.

The vibrations are too many heavy. There’s no need to talk, but when I was telling [unclear] that your minds have the habit of talking all the time, so I have speak to stop [As I was telling just now Gaby unclear: that] Today most of us are here realized people, people who come down and have known a lot of Kundalini have learnt a lot, perhaps. […]

Guru Puja: Your own dignity and gravity Finchley Ashram, London (England)

Guru Puja, “Your own dignity and gravity” Finchley Ashram, London (UK), 21 July 1978
…the worshipping of your guru, not of your Mother, but of your guru. The guru establishes the dharma, the sustenance, in the disciples. He gives all clear-cut ideas about what is the sustenance power for the disciples. He may preach for the whole world but for his disciples, he gives very clear-cut instructions.
Most of the gurus, when they do it, they actually chisel out every disciple. […]

Easter Seminar Finchley Ashram, London (England)

Easter seminar, Finchley Ashram, London (England), Sunday, March 26th, 1978

Today is Easter and all of you celebrate it. It’s rather surprising, you see, there are people giving it science and everything is [inaudible] that they should be in trust or they should believe in his resurrection. It’s absolutely unscientific but we accept it without asking “why?” and “how?”.
You all pursue Easters. But certain things, when they appear new to us, we start questioning and want to bring it to the science, […]

Spirit, Attention, Mind Finchley Ashram, London (England)

“Spirit, Attention, Mind”, Finchley Ashram, London (UK), 20th February 1978.

…and He’s using us as an instrument. Come along!

As I have said. 

Now Christine had asked me, “What is our surrendering?” And he has asked me if we have a free will or not. All right?

You have a free will of your own. Especially human beings have it, not the animals. You have the free will to choose, we can say, good and bad, […]