Many of you have felt the cool breeze on your hands and out of your brain. Some have grown in Sahaja Yoga, some have not. Some are still carrying on with old catches. But now I have to say that quite a lot of you can become gurus. Means teachers. And should you act as teachers. To act as teacher you know Sahaja Yoga, the theory and the practice of it, thoroughly well. And then you can become great guru. It is a very big responsibility, lot of understanding for a guru.
You should not have any ego first. You should not have any of your chakras catching. You should be absolutely clear all the time. And then the vibrations should be flowing in both hands. If they are moving in one hand and not in another, you cannot become guru. So you have to be a perfect Sahaja Yogi, then you can be a guru.
H.H.Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Guru Puja 2008
Jesus said to the apostles:
"When you strip off what is corrupted,
then you will become radiant bodies in the midst of human mortals."
Letter of Peter to Philip (Gnostic Christian text; 3rd century CE)
Listen, O soul, to my advice.
Do not become a den for foxes and snakes,
nor a hole for serpents and asps,
nor a lair for lions, nor a shelter for vipers.
When these things happen to you,
O soul, what will you do?
For these are the Powers of the Adversary.
You were a temple.
You made yourself a tomb.
Stop being a tomb, and become a temple again,
so that uprightness and divinity may remain in you.
Light the light within you.
Do not put it out.
Teaching of Silvanus (Christian text; 2nd/3rd century CE)