And the more you find something in your meditation, the more you want to go and distribute it to others. That has to be. If that does not come into you then it has not worked out; there is no purity; there is some sort of a bias. In that individual pursuit, whatever you find, you want to enjoy it with others, you want to give it to others. This is the sign of the person who has been really meditative. The one, who has been meditative and has not been able to distribute what he has found is cheating himself and cheating others as well.
Because that joy that you receive in your meditation has to be distributed. Has to be given. Has to be shown. It should flow in your being as the light radiates from every illumined lamp. You don't have to take a vow to say that this is an enlightened light. In the same way a saint should not have to be certified that he is a saint. The depth you achieve within yourself spreads all over, it is such an action and reaction.
The deeper you become, the radiation is much more. You don't have to spend too much time on meditation. But whatever time you spend, whatever you gain, has to be visible outside --How you radiate and how you give it to others. That's the quality of the saints you have to be. Unless and until you become deeper, we cannot save other Sahaja Yogis. And we cannot save those who are not Sahaja yogis. You have to rise higher and higher to pull the whole curtain up. Those who try to rise higher pull the whole thing upward, and they give a pull to every one who ascend with them.
H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, extract from Shri Devi Puja, Australia, 14/3/83