Marriages New Delhi (India)

1982-0221, Marraiges, Delhi, India. We are happy and the whole universe is to be bubbling with joy.(audience clapping sound) Last time we had only six marriages and this time we have doubled, we have twelve marriages.(audience clapping sound, someone from the audience said, next year 24 ) I hope you will go on with this progression.(audience laugh sound) Marriage is a very important institution for Sahaj Yogis, we don’t accept people who do not marry or who do not believe in marriages. Also, we do not accept people who are Sanyasis. So for us marriage is a very very important institution for various reasons because with the happy married life, the peace of the world will start presiding on this earth. Then by collective being within us, by your spirit. The marriages should be blessed by all the people who are around and the marriages should be such that it should make people happy. Now the responsibility of the husband and wife is to make their marriages (34:48) very successful. What is a very simple keynote is there, that you have married for Love. You just love a person. If you start loving a person, you will know all about that person and you will enjoy that love. You cannot enjoy married life without love. Love is the only way you can enjoy married life. In this country specially, marriages are very much supported by the society and everyone wants that marriages should be successful. The reason is they know that without a good married life, Read More …

Marriages and Talk, Marriage is meant to give joy Temple of All Faiths, Hampstead (England)

“Marriage is meant to give joy”. Hampstead, Temple of all Faiths (UK), 29 November 1981. Marriage is an auspicious occasion, is the most auspicious occasion in the life of human beings. It is auspicious, that’s why its joy giving and the vibrations flow with that auspiciousness all over the world. The joy of Sahaja Yogis today in England, London should spread all over the world. Marriage is meant to give joy, is meant to give cheerfulness, happiness and all the blissful things that we can think of achieving through our combination with two human beings, we can say. It’s a very close and private relationship which has to be respected. It is not to be in any way dishonored or indiscreetly squandered away. Those who cannot respect their partners in life will never be respected anywhere else. Those who ill-treat or in any way try to spoil the image of their partners are harming themselves. Try to understand each other, decorate each other, not correction, but decorating. Like an ornament, when added to a personality decorates that person, in the same way, try to decorate another person. So the decorum and decency of life comes from this auspicious relationship. That must be maintained. Marriage is the bondage that keeps the society in its own beautiful bondage of Mother’s grace. Give up all your old ideas, all your so-called modern methods by which we have ruined our married lives. If you cannot enjoy your own wife or your own husband, there’s Read More …

Marriages Chelsham Road Ashram, London (England)

Marriages – Chelsham Road Ashram, London (United Kingdom), September 8th, 1981 (INAUDIBLE) Hopefully Gregore?! G:”Yes Mother”, you better announce (INAUDIBLE) G: Yes, G: “The brides come in to wash the boys, and every body who is not…” Stand the brides, stand facing. G:”Each bride, if she can recognize her future husband…(INAUDIBLE) please try to make no mistake… Please move in, move in the circle, all the brides… All right? And now, just place them, and now, you see and now say that, `Would you like to marry them?’ Everybody should say, `Yes’, come along. Rub it here in a way that you can collect it. G:”Rub it in such a way that you can collect it to keep it afterwards.” Oh Ruth, this dress is going inside that. Don’t put it out with fingers. No no, not that. See, it is not that in India. Now anybody who does not want to have marriage after this can decide then. That’s the chance. You could have brought the children. I think we should have two, two rows. can’t just fit there. Can we have two rows of boys? Can you take their photograph? It is called as`Jaimaal’ (garland). Alright, now the second one. Lift her, lift her veil. You have to lift her veil! Now lift her veil, not that, that’s alright. You put it back and lift her veil, no, let it be in (INAUDIBLE), Let it be. Good, very good. Now, which is (INAUDINBLE) Good. Now kiss her. Now Read More …