Birthday Felicitations Program New Delhi (India)

2004-03-20 Birthday Felicitations Program: Talk and Debu Chaudhari – Sitar
So many of you have come, and it has given Me the greatest pleasure. I don’t know what is the felicitation you all want to do for, because after all I’m a Mother, and a Mother has to do Her job. There’s no felicitation with it. Just love, love for My children, and that is how i’ve worked and it has worked out.
You can see for yourself how you have learnt to love each other. […]

Being Bandhamukta – A free personality and Evening Program Ganapatipule (India)

Ganapatipule Seminar, India Tour. Ganapatipule (India), 5 January 1988.

From yesterday’s programme, and all these days, you must have realised that to get your Kundalini working out, to get Her rush towards the Sahastrara and to widen your Sushumna Nadi it is not necessary that you should sit for meditation for three to five hours. Of course, you must meditate for a short time because that is at a point where you are alone, one with your God. […]

Public Program New Delhi (India)

Public Program, New Delhi, March 28th, 1983
[Talk on video starts at 56:47]
I bow to all the seekers of truth.
At the very outset, I would like to thank revered doctor Nagendra Singhji for being so kind to grace this occasion. Actually I have always treated him like my Jyeshtha [elder brother of husband] and find it difficult even how to express my gratitude the way he has been kind to get this time, come over and talk to you about Me, […]

Public Program New Delhi (India)

Debu Chaudhuri plays raag Kambhoji on sitar, in the presence of Shri Mataji in a public program in Delhi, Feb 8th 1983, (part 2)
Followed by a Hindi talk given by Shri Mataji.
The sitar represents the Sahastrara chakra.
Sahaja Yogis want to give a cushion to Shri Mataji but She refuses.
Then they want to garland Her and She asks them instead to garland the artist.
Everybody applauds.
But Debu Chaudhuri refuses to be garlanded in place of Shri Mataji so he puts the garland around the head of his student (who is playing tempura). […]