Guru Puja: Humility & Complete Obedience Campus, Cabella Ligure (Italy)

Guru puja, “You must learn obedience”, Cabella Ligure (Italy), 12 July 1998.

Today, we have assembled here to do the Guru Puja.

The word ‘guru’ comes from ‘the one which is magnetic’, ‘the person who is magnetic’. The one which attracts the attention of the seekers, is the guru. Also it means ‘the heaviness’ or, you can say: a person who is very steady, who is very deep, who has the knowledge and who can act like the Mother Earth; […]

8th Day of Navaratri: What We Have To Do Within Ourselves, Talk After the Puja Complexe sportif René Leduc, Meudon (France)

Ashtami Puja, Eighth day of Navaratri, Meudon, Paris (France), 30 September 1984.

Today is the eighth day of Navaratri, and it is great day for Sahaja Yogis because it is the most important time, period. That is, the seventh centre, we have crossed, and we are on the eighth centre. We need not think about the Goddess what She did on the eighth day, we have to think today what we have to do within ourselves. […]

Diwali Puja: Wealth & Generosity Nirmala Palace - Nightingale Lane Ashram, London (England)

Diwali puja, London (UK), 14 November 1982.
Today we are here, all of us, to celebrate a four day festival called as Diwali. Diwali comes from the word ‘dipali’; ‘dipali’ in Sanskrit. The word ‘deepa’ means ‘the lights’, and ‘ali’ means the ‘line’, the ‘rows’. Now, there are many things that have happened during these four days and that’s how it is celebrated with such a great enthusiasm.
The first thing is the day of the Lakshmi’s birth. […]