2008-07-28 Nirmal Sangeet Sarita Concert at Palazzo Doria, Italy
Note: Ji means yes (in a respectful manner)
43:31Very nice …From where did you learn?Sahaja yogi: Shri Mataji! One month I was there in Vaitarna…Shri Mataji: Where?Sahaja yogi: One month …in your academy …Sir C.P: Academy … in Vaitarna AcademyShri Mataji: han?(yes)Sir C.P: Vaitarna Music Academy…In our P.K Salve Music Academy!Shri Mataji: Ok, There you stayed …Did you went there …Sahaja Yogi: Many children come there Shri Mataji.Shri Mataji: How many?Sahaja yogi: Approximately 30 students are always there…Shri Mataji: Where is this academy?Sir C.P: Vaitarna.Shri Mataji: VaitarnaSir C.P: You have gone there …You inaugurated Vaitarna …Everybody teaches …Is it alright?Sahaja Yogi: Ji …Ji sirShri Mataji: Very …You have learnt from there …in VaitarnaSahaja Yogi: Ji …JiShri Mataji: Han Han … Lots of music is there in Vaitarna …When we went there, […]
1993-07-18 Public Program, Antwerp, Belgium
I am sorry there was an accident on the way and it took us so much time that they were delayed and we were also delayed. I hope you will excuse us.
[Shri Mataji explains the bhajan written by Saint Namadeva ‘Nirgunanchi Bheti Aalo Sugunasange’]
“This song, this song is an introduction very much because it’s a song which was created in the sixteenth century by a very famous musician – I should say a very famous poet – called Namadeva. […]
1993-0717, Public Program, Hotel Metropole
I bow to all the seekers of Truth. We have to know at the very outset that Truth is what is is. We cannot conceptualise it. We cannot change it. It has been, it is and it will be. But we have to know the absolute Truth. So far whatever we know through our human awareness is not absolute. That’s why there are so many differences, so many different ideologies. This Truth we have to know on our central nervous system. […]
Public Program & Music (by Nirmal Sangeet Sarita and the late Baba Mama). Newcastle (Australia) 18 April 1991.
48:00[??: meaning not clear/not audible]I bow to all the seekers of truth. At the very outset, I have to say that truth is what it is. We cannot organise it, we cannot conceptualise it. Also unfortunately, we cannot know the absolute truth at this human awareness. We have to become a subtler being to know the truth. Now whatever I am telling you today here has to be understood with an open mind of a scientist. […]
Talk on Children and Music Program (by Nirmal Sangeet Sarita). Sydney (Australia), 30 March 1991.
I am so very happy to be in Australia with you all. Australia is one of the major Sahaja Yoga center, and people are very nice and they are really doing very well here, no doubt about it. I was told there are hundred-and-fifty children today, so now you are prospering otherwise also! They’re all born-realized children and they are going to come up very soon, […]
Public Program Day 1
I bow to all the seekers of truth. At the very outset we have to know that the truth cannot be manipulated, cannot be created, cannot be conceptualized by your mind or by your imagination. It is what it is and has been and will be. So the truth is very simple. Very simple thing it is. But you have to have very scientific outlook to keep your minds open because this the knowledge of the roots. […]
Talk Before Katak Dance. Burwood Ashram, Sydney (Australia), 15 March 1990.
Shri Mataji: You see now she’s going to dance on a song, so she said space is all right for her. So to acquaint with you this kind of dancing called as katak, comes from the word katar, meaning the story telling. It’s said [INAUDIBLE] of the Northern Indian. Her guru is a very well known artist in this realm, and she has had a very intensive training in that. […]
Public Program, Birsbane, Australia, 1990-03-11
I bow to all the seekers of truth. When you seek truth, how dynamic one can become. You can see the way these artists are, how the blessings of the truth helps you in your self-confidence and in the expression of your art and also you must have seen how the people from the West, who have had no training in Indian music, which is very difficult, how they have taken easily to it. […]
Public Program Day 2. Camberwell Civic Centre, Melbourne, Australia. 7 March 1990.
I bow to all the seekers of truth. This last song that you have heard was written by poet called Namdeva in the year 12th century. And it says that I will go and ask Mother for my yoga, for the union with the divine. For so many years this is a folk lore, people have been singing in the villages of Maharashtra, this song and has described so clearly what I will do when I will go and ask for my yoga. […]
Public Program Day 1, 06.03.1990, Camberwell Civic Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
[“Nirmal Sangeet Sarita” music group sings devotional songs before Shri Mataji comes to the program. When Shri Mataji arrives, She asks the music group to sing song titled “Namostute” and the group performs the same along with Australian Sahaja yogis. After the song the audience claps in praise.
Shri Mataji gets up from Her chair, stands near the mike and starts Her Speech.]
I bow to all the seekers of truth. […]
Makar Sankranti – Shri Surya Puja. India Tour, Bombay (India), 10 January 1988.
It is a very unique opportunity, I think, for Me to meet you again in Bombay when you are all leaving this country, and this kind of a special type of a puja that we are having today. This is the puja done to the sun, and is called as Makar Sankrant. “Makar” is the tropic of Capricorn, Capricorn is Makar. So now the sun is moving from the tropic of Capricorn towards the tropic of Cancer, […]