New Year’s Eve Puja (India)

New Year’s Eve Puja (English Part of speech). Music Academy of Vaitarna, Bombay (India), 31 December 2002.
I am very, very happy to see so many of you coming down here for the program. Actually I bought this land at least twenty-five years back and could not do any thing about it, as there were lots of objections and this and that. But then somehow I planned the whole thing & it all worked out. [I am] Happy to see you all here that with all the difficulties, […]

New Year’s Eve Puja (India)

New Year’s Eve Puja, Kalwe (India), 31 December 2001.
(Hindi speech in PDF)
(English speech)
I’m telling them that how a Sahaja Yogi should feel. You should be satisfied people. Firstly and foremost you have to be satisfied. You just see within yourself if you are satisfied or not. You’ve got the highest that you wanted, you have got the peace, you’ve got the joy, and all the blessings of the Divine. Despite that, if you are dissatisfied, […]

New Year’s eve Puja (India)

New Year’s eve Puja (English and Hindi part). Kalve (India), 31 December 1998.
[English]
Firstly I will speak in English language as we have many Sahaja Yogis from abroad. They have asked me to talk about Indian culture today because Bombay is the place where Indian culture is disappearing, that’s what they say. But I don’t think so, because the roots are so deep that we cannot give up that culture so fast.
Now as it is for the people who are coming from other countries, […]

A Sinless Life (Ganapatipule)

Talk on New Year’s Day, Ganapatipule (India), 1 January 1988.
Happy New Year to you all!
May God bless you this year with all His divine powers. May all the choicest flowers of joy and happiness be showered upon you. May God give you wisdom to become great Sahaja Yogis, so that a new world can be created beautifully out of you.
Very happy to meet you all today here. First day, I am sure there must have been lots of inconveniences. […]

Shri Mahalakshmi Puja (India)

Shri Mahalakshmi Puja. Sangli (India), 31 December 1986.
I have been telling them, now they have to face the other people around. You have the same problem a little more sophisticated and the problems are not sophisticated because we don’t have organized religions. Thank God for that also, but because you have organized religions we have to face them in an organized way. For example, now here we have a custom that all the people who have to go to Vital, […]