Why people worship idols? I think you people are terribly confused as to which God you are worshipping. That’s a very good question because this question made me understand that this person is thinking well; he is thinking. There are a lot of questions from the mind, but there are some questions that need answers.
We have wonderful guests here with us, most of them from India. There are a lot ofthem; there is a couple from America, a group from England, for now, andMontenegro – a foreign country (she laughs). So, briefly, as our dear Monica has said, we have made a wonderful connectionbetween India and the Balkans generally
What’s permanent in me? This body is not permanent, the mind is not permanent, intellect is not permanent, ego is not permanent, and it’s changing, from a small child to an old person, and then we die. So, we see the cycle of life and existence, and we decided- nothing really matters. Even if you try to hold on to any possessions, positions, status, or stature, nothing stays. Everything is going; everything is changing. Then we realized, “Okay, when everything is changing, we must get to the unchangeable, in one lifetime.” That’s when the power of Kriya was initiated.
Every location of the world, especially the location which attracts people have a certain energy plane, energy level. Nobody will go to any place just like that because a great Master who attracts a lot of people to him has attained that level of energy where it attracts – like a great magnet attracting all
Mai-Tri Method is such a system where anybody who’s going through it, a practitioner as well as a receiver, can easily absorb into it. It’s a very mild, very nice, very soft kind of energy. It doesn’t harm anybody; it doesn’t harm any system. And the intention of the Master is to liberate anybody who comes his way.
Satsang with Mohanji 16th August 2020 Question: We have multiple tasks being done at the same time; managing the home, children, etc and there is no time for spiritual practice. This is causing irritation. I would like to understand how I can make it more efficient. Mohanji: We have a feeling that we have many
The soul enters the body through the top of the head. That is why in small children you can see this part is very, very soft. And also, in great saints, you can see this part is very soft. That is because the soul entered through it. And as a saint, he’ll be breathing through that always. So, this is open. Otherwise, we have the Nava Dwars, the nine openings in our body – eyes, nose, mouth, ears, and the genitals. So, usually what happens in a normal, natural death is (that) the soul exits through the mouth. But in the case of a saint, that is what the whole spirituality is about; through which opening you came, the same opening you will exit. That means you have achieved salvation, you achieved Moksha.