Talk to Sahaja Yogis (partially transcribed) Nittykummun Ashram, Helsinki (Finland)

Talk to Sahaja Yogis, 5th August 1992, Ashram in Niittykumpu, Espoo, Finland

Yogi: Now, I should study French.

Mataji: Now you talk like kids.
[Shri Mataji laughs]


your presents, was the problem. Locating,
locating we found.

Yogi: Yes

Mataji: Sorry for late.

We are searching for your

ahead [Shri Mataji says that to the Yogi].

Beautiful place they

he was telling Me that the [sauree? inaudible] language is very near
Sanskrit. […]

We are here to seek the truth Congress Centre Paasitorni, Helsinki (Finland)

Public Program, Congress Centre Paasitorni, Helsinki, Finland, 1992-0812

Please, be seated.

I bow to all the seekers of truth. At the very outset, we have to remember that we are here to seek the truth. It’s not a sermon, it’s not a lecture. It’s not fundamentalism. I am happy to see that there are so many seekers in this country.Truth is what it is. You cannot change it. You cannot transform it. You cannot read about it. […]

You should see for yourself if it works or not Valkoinen sali, Helsinki (Finland)

1989-0817 Public Program, Valkoinen sali, Helsinki, Finland

I bow to all the seekers of truth.

At the very outset, we have to know that truth is what it is. We cannot conceptualize it, nor can we organize it, neither we can order it. So we have to know it. I know in Finland, I came here in 1980, I found people were big seekers, no doubt. And they are seeking the truth. But at the same time, […]

Devi Puja: Don’t get frustrated Hotel Cumulus Kaisaniemi, Helsinki (Finland)

Devi Puja, “Don’t get frustrated”, Hotel Cumulus Kaisaniemi, Helsinki (Finland), 17 August 1989

Here we are in Finland and hell, competing with itself a little bit because it’s the end of the line. All the problems come and settle in the end. And that’s how we see here that there are lots of negative forces that have been working very nicely, and also there are so many seekers. So, it’s more of an attraction for them to come here and attack the seekers. […]