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Blog Thieves!

Today, I've found that someone stole photos from my blog and used it on his own website.  Although the website is a good web, filled with good info and I do believe this guy has no intention of stealing my photos but still, using my photos without crediting them back to me or asking permission from me is still stealing.
Unfortunately, all my blog photos can be found on Google by just a simple search.  Well, I am not web literate, so I don't know a lot about coding and stuff.
But common courtesy is still needed.  Come one brother, if you want to take one of my photos as reference to the topic that you wrote in your website, all you have to do is just drop me a comment and ask me.  Simple!  I won't say no for sure. 
So, in order to stop my blog from being copied and pasted all over, I have protected it.  Now try to highlight the contents and right-click them.  Nothing happen right?  Yup.
So, if anyone of you who would like to have a copy of the contents, drop me a comment a…

Introspection and Meditation with Shri Mataji

Found another gem.  It's a guided introspection and meditation with Shri Mataji.
Disclaimer: I have done a summary and extracted part of the speech only.  Please do read and listen to the whole speech to get a complete understanding and message of Shri Mataji.  You can find this talk at Sahaj A-Z and Amruta.org.



Advice by Shri Mataji, “Introspection and Meditation”. Shudy Camps (UK), 18 June 1988So today is the day when we have to introspect. So should we go into meditation, all of us? Please close your eyes. All of you close your eyes. Now we all will do the meditation the way we have been doing in the halls wherever we had public programs.
1. So the first you have to put your hand on your heart. We’ll work on the left hand side, and the left hand towards me.
Now, first of all, you put your hand on your heart. In the heart resides Shiva, is the Spirit. So, you have to thank your Spirit that it has brought light to your attention, because you’re a saint and the light that has come in…

Sahaja Yogis Do's and Don'ts

The other day, while browsing through Amruta.org, I'd found this gem.  Sharing with you all.  
Disclaimer:  As I only took out parts of the talk, please do read the entire text to get the full message and understanding or better still, listen or watch the video.
Advice by Shri Mataji at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan (Question and Answers). Bombay (India), 22 March 1977
1. No smoking and drinking First and foremost things that a Sahaja Yogi cannot smoke or drink. One absolutely one hundred percent sure, because if you drink or smoke you will find after some time you either you’ll lose your vibrations or you’ll start vomiting. You cannot smoke. If you smoke your Vishudhdhi will be caught. If you drink your Nabhi chakra will be caught and whenever you’ll place your hand towards the photograph all the Nabhi chakra will be burning absolutely. So you’ll say, “What is this happening?” And you’ll give up. You sort of, many people have done it without any difficulty. They do not have any difficulty;…

Be your own guru

Since the departure of Shri Mataji in Her physical form, many of my non-yogi friends had asked me, "Who is Her successor?"  No one.  We manage on our own now.
And now that Shri Mataji is not physically around us, many of us has become preachers, saying that whatever they have learned is directly from Shri Mataji and checked vibrations and so they keep on preaching methods and claimed to be from Shri Mataji.  They may have good intentions, but.......let me just say it based on what I have gone through.
Everyone's journey in Sahaja Yoga is different and sometimes we may need to go through some things in order to ascent further.  Here's my own experience:
When I was very new in Sahaj, before I could recognise who Shri Mataji is, I had utmost respect for the then leader.  So much so that whatever he said, I took it to heart.  Sometimes he is very strict and some of his words can be hurtful.  But most of the time, he spoke wisely and truthfully.  Many people went to him …