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Consolidation through Introspection

Consolidation of Sahaja Yogis is very important. The first thing to consolidate yourself, you must do introspection. You must do introspection. It’s to reflect the light within and see for yourself. What have you done so far in Sahaja Yoga? Where were you? How far you have gone? And how far have you to go? What is the thing that is lacking in you? You’ll be surprised when you start seeing yourself in a very unbiased manner, not justifying yourself, do not blaming any bhoots, or need not blame any badhas within you, or somebody else. If you start yourself what has gone wrong with you that you could not consolidate yourself properly, you’ll be amazed that there has been problems still lingering on which must be corrected. Now these problems you can see very clearly. In the light of the Spirit you can see them very clearly that, “This has gone wrong with me.” ...

This is another point of introspection. Very important to see that we have to do something for Sahaja Yoga. ... the most important thing is, how many people you have given realization to? You have to count: how many people you have been able to give realization to; how many people you have talked about Sahaja Yoga? You may think that you give realization to some people, they come, they disappear. Doesn’t matter. They will ultimately come to you. Today you’ll try on some, they’ll be lost. Again tomorrow. You have to relentlessly work for it.

H.H.Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, extracts from Talk at Shudy Camps, near Cambridge, England, 18/6/88

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