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Advice given by H.H.Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi:

“Now it is said that if you have wobbling eyes, you will have a wobbling Agnya. You have to steady the eyes to soothe them. The most soothing thing for the eyes is the green grass. If you could see the green grass with your eyes, you walk with your eyes on the ground.”
(Talk on Agnya, Caxton Hall, London, 18/12/78)

“In Sahaja Yoga I have noticed that nowadays, many people have spoiled their Agnya Chakras. The reason is that these people follow a wrong guru or bow before or touch their heads at wrong places. Many of the eye-diseases are caused by such wrong practices.”
(Advice given in Marathi, Bombay, 26/9/79. English translation in Nirmala Yoga no.24)

“If you are eyes are unholy, you have eye troubles and your eyes get weakened. This does not mean that if you have to use spectacles, you become an unholy or improper person. It is the law of life that you have to use spectacles at an advanced age.”
(Advice given in Marathi, Bombay, 26/9/79. English translation in Nirmala Yoga no.24)

“… if the child has got bad eyes, you might see two black spots or two shining spots in your vision. The vision. Now, if you close your eyes, you get a vision of colours in front of you. You see colour, you can say not colour but you can say it's a greyish whitish thing you see. … if the child has got any kind of a trouble in the eyes, you will see two black spots, very strong, or two white spots, round, absolutely round, two spots you will find. That’s the sign the child’s eyes are …, but when your eyes are bad, also when you put attention to yourself also you might find little bit, or when they are tired, you’ll find those two little spots like that. Now supposing while seeing this if you see a small little follicle in a child, like a reddish spot, then know that the child is sick, he has got a tumour somewhere. You might see a follicle like this, like a little heart you can see, or maybe a round thing, that colour. Heart colour. And then know that the child is sick. He is not all right.” (Talk to Mothers and Babies, 1983)

“Now for eyes to be cleaned out properly and kajal must be put. Now to make a simple kajal, what we do, is to burn some camphor and collect the camphor soot on a silver plate. Silver plate is cooling, and then mix it up with some nice butter, clean butter, or ghee. Ghee is better, with ghee. Very clean, nice ghee. You mix it up and put it in the water, let the water clean it for some time and then when it is completely drained, the water will not stick because it is all ghee, then put it in a proper thing and use your, this finger, every day for the child after bath, every day because that will give them very sharp eyes and there won’t be any problem of the eyes for quite some time.” (Talk to Mothers and Babies, 1983)

“And Agnya Chakra, if it is spoilt at the back, that means definitely possessed. At the back [of the head] if the Agnya Chakra is caught then one developes blindness, with the eyes open. Now in India it is very common. … There is one more thing that happens to our eyes. When the Swadisthana Chakra goes out of order. It is represented here at the back [of the head], which is ‘around’ this back Agnya. So when you have diabetes or anything like that, people start becoming blind … You have seen many diabetic people get this blindness. So first of all cure your diabetes through curing your Swadisthana. And also you can use an ice around your Swadisthana at the back … If it is Swadisthana you have to use the wa ter [ice] but if it is ‘just’ the possession, then you have to use – without diabetes, if it is a possession – then you have to just use the light. That is how we cure our Agnya Chakra.”
(Talk on the Agnya Chakra, Delhi 3/2/83, Nirmala Yoga no.18)

“I have worn glasses for the last five years, because for my programs for hours together they put heavy lights on my eyes. Short sight can be very easily cured. … One very important thing is that we have to accept our age. … Because of the atmosphere, the pollution, all these things affect your eyes. … Wearing spectacles is not a disease by any chance.”
(Talk to Doctors’ Conference, Meridial Hotel, Delhi. 25/3/93)

"Now this [Vishuddhi] is very important because it has sixteen sub-plexuses, this looks after the cervical plexus. This looks after the eyes, the eyeballs and the face and the neck and the tongue, ears, nose." (Public program, Vienna, 5/9/93

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