World Self Realisation Day – Video now available online

Celebrating World Self-Realisation Day

Live webcast Sunday 5th May 2019
10am to 10:45am (Sydney time)

Video from this event is below

If you missed last Sunday’s live broadcast then you can still watch the recorded video of the event below.

Receive your Self Realisation

To receive your Self Realisation please join us to be guided through the simple process of Kundalini awakening for your Self Realisation and learn how to meditate. Suitable for newcomers and regular Sahaja Yoga meditators.

Above video is the recording from the Live Stream on 5th May 2019

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Quotes from Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi about Self-Realisation

“Self Realisation is the first encounter with reality.”

“Blossom time has come, and many ancient seekers are today getting their Self Realisation.”

“Now the stage today is to know that Self Realisation gives you experiences and then your faith is established. Not blind but open enlightened faith.”

“Self Realisation makes us humble … replace temper with compassion … the more innocent you are, the more blissful you will be.”
“The truth, which can be actualised after Self Realisation, is that you are not this body, this mind, this conditioning from the past, this ego, these emotions, but that you are the Pure Spirit.”

“Only after Self Realisation, and only then, is there a direct experience of the Spirit. It then manifests its powers in the human personality, and its light enlightens the consciousness into a new awareness. The divine intelligence of the Spirit radiates on all sides.”

“After Self Realisation it is easy to perceive the truth that all these religions were born on the same tree of spirituality, but that those in charge of each religion plucked the flowers from the living source and are now fighting each other with the dead flowers of merely partial truths.”