“Without self-realization we cannot know the truth.”


…a man should remain in the center, should remain in balance. This is dharma.

..Therefore, when there is balance in a person, the Kundalini rises very easily. In our head, as I said earlier, there are two institutions. Which we will call ‘man’ and ‘ahankar’, and in English it is called ego and super-ego. They both go and move on top of our brain in this way, then our fontanelle bone becomes completely calcified. Both these things come out of these two natures, one is the root (material) nature and the other is the active, working nature. And you can say what we call one as Tamoguni and one as Rajoguni. Because of these two, these two institutions develop and when one moves up more than the other, then you can understand that the upward movement of the Kundalini becomes even more difficult. Now when Kundalini is awakened, which is the pure desire, the Kundalini after piercing through these chakras, fully illuminating every chakra, comes to Brahmarandhra, pierces it and flows out of it.

As soon as the Kundalini goes to the Agnya chakra, it starts from the Vishuddhi but on reaching the Agnya both these institutions are sucked in. There is special power in these two chakras to pull these two institutions inside, cure them and dry them out. Due to this, a hole is formed in the fontanelle bone and the Kundalini comes out of it. Now we have heard about the spirit that the spirit is the form of Sat Chit Ananda. Sat, Chit and Ananda. Still there is a lot of ego sitting here. Sat, Chit and Ananda are considered to be the form of the spirit. Truth is not just something that we think is true. Knowing something through thinking is actually not the truth. Because thoughts are actually something unreal. We can hide in it. We can put such a thing in it that you will not be able to understand if it is true or if it is false. …

Until you attain your spirit. When your spirit is awakened inside you, then that power flows in each and every vein, which is called Chaitanya. By which you can know if it is true or if it is untrue…. You too can know the truth only when the Kundalini is awakened and you are immersed in the Nirvikalpa (timeless). Before that you have to use your hands….

The job of the ego is to destroy others. But it also destroys himself. So man knows the truth only in the light of his spirit and he sees that there is this ego in me which he should discard. Therefore it is said that the embodiment of the truth is the spirit. This is the light of the spirit in which man sees the truth. .. When the light of the spirit comes and when the human is identified with the spirit, then he sees that the light of my spirit is not shining because my candle is a bit bad, so I should clean it up. In the light of this candle, his body, his mind, his intelligence, his ego, all the faults they all can be cleared together. If someone says that you wash the cloth in the dark, no one can wash it. So first of all, it should be known that you have not yet known the truth, so without self-realization we cannot know the truth. …

When you get your self-realization, you settle down at that midpoint where you stand and see the whole circumference moving but you are sitting there silently. You don’t get distracted by anything. You see the whole drama and you are not disturbed, you become a witness…

The second state that comes within us, which is the truth, is that we become awakened in the collective consciousness. It means collective consciousness. The consciousness of human beings today is limited. This infinite consciousness comes inside us after which you can know at your fingertips what is bothering the other person and what is bothering you. .. The third thing, the attention of such a person or of such a person in whom the spirit is awakened, that attention can remain fixed in time, at that very moment. It doesn’t think about the next, the previous thing, it stands at that moment. ..

So, due to the awakening of your attention, dharma automatically gets awakened…

H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Public Program, Calcutta, India, 23 February 1986

About Prasad

I am a simple person. My hobby is to spread Sahajayoga and nourish my growth in sahaja life with blessing of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. I was re-born as self realized soul from my divine mother on 20th March 2001 at Ram Lila ground, Delhi.
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