There was a master, Avadhoota. His name was Nagarjuna. He never carried anything. He used to wonder. He never used to display any of his powers. He was very silent, quiet and used to walk through the streets. This is a story of Nagarjuna.. There was a very powerful Avadhoota. Avadhoota – master means the
You need to adapt yourself to the level where the Guru can work through you. We cling to our personality, our character, our constitution. That is destroyed. Then the Master enters; the consciousness of the Guru comes in. Absolute surrender is needed for Guru to operate through you. Q: A lot of people are chosen
If you want to be Mohanji’s disciple, you should not exist. There is no guru or disciple. Nobody is perpetually a guru nor perpetually a disciple. You need to understand yourself. The whole journey is reading, understanding, assimilating and dissolving YOU. How does one become Mohanji’s disciple and a part of the Guru Parampara? Is there
Characteristics of a good disciple Q: As a Guruji, do you want your devotees to be independent or dependent? Mohanji: I would like my people to be self-sufficient. So, that we have a permanent relationship. When they are too dependent on me, sometimes they become blinded. I would like them to connect to me with
Masters represent your aspiration for a particular state and that is the state you are looking at. When thoughts disappear and the mind also disappears, then the consciousness merges. Then YOU become a Master. Mastery means mastery over mind. When you go beyond the mind, you are a Master. You and the Master are one.
Mohanji’s Talk in Belgrade on May 20, 2017 (Satsang with Mohanji and Umashankar) On the Tradition of Masters who are married and settled: one person asked George Bernard Shaw, “Should I get married?” He replied, “Definitely. You should get married. If you’re very lucky, you’ll have a good life. If not, you’ll become a philosopher.” To
Satsang in Sarajevo, Bosnia – 16th May 2017 Transcribed from this video by Biljana Vozarevic Q: Everybody’s talking about Sai Baba, but there isn’t much information about Nityananda. M: Just like we are born, at a particular time, at a particular place, for some reason, all masters are born the same way. They have a
Dear All, Before the meditation on last Thursday 7 April 2011, Mohanji looked completely different when he entered the meditation hall. He looked slim, young and fully charged. Usually, as he enters, he will do his prayers and will be in communion all the time. Then in a sharp glance, he will connect with