Sahastrara Puja 1997 from Sahaja Library
Sahaj dharma becomes within us a part and parcel which is a very great achievement because then you don’t have to do any rituals, you don’t have to worry about meeting other people, you don’t have to worry that your vibrations will be harmed. Then you don’t catch from anyone, you don’t catch also other negative forces. No one can harm you. That I call as the completion of your Shradha. ...
A dharma person might become too dharmic, illogically dharmic and go to the right or to the left. A dharmic person might think he is the superior person to others: that why should he be trying to save anybody else, let them go to hell, who cares. This kind of an attitude can come in a person who is dharmic. Also I have seen some Sahaja Yogis who start new methods in Sahaja Yoga. You do like this it will be alright, you do like that it will be alright, because they are not stagnated at the point of dharma, so they start telling people that you do this way do that way. But when you rise to the point of truth, then you don’t do any rituals, you don’t need any rituals, you are not bothered, because you are in dharma and here you are standing on the truth, and truth is much greater than dharma. For example, a person who is standing on truth - he doesn’t care for any absurd ideas about religion even about Sahaj religion. He doesn’t care that after all this is Sahaj this is not Sahaj, he goes beyond. In the sense he sees a global truth within himself. He sees the truth which is all pervading, not only sees but he knows and he feels and he is in that truth. So when dharma flowers into truth it’s a very beautiful happening and that should happen to all of you. ... So we have to go to the foundation of dharma which is truth.
H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, extract from Sahastrara Puja 1997.