"Only after taking realization you know that there is God and there are vibration." Guru Puja 2008

"Today is a great day for all of us. Because the ... you could feel the existence of God. By saying there is God, that was not sufficient. And to say there is no God also was wrong, very wrong, and people have suffered, who have said like this. Only after taking realization you know that there is God and there are vibrations. It is a very big happening all over the world. Today I am saying that's why it's one of the greatest days for you."

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
2008 Guru Puja, Cabella, Italy

Dear devotees of the Primordial Mother,

Namaste I bow to the Divine Feminine who resides in your Sahasrara!

i have decided to break up the ground-breaking 2008 Guru Puja speech by Shri Mataji as it would be easier to grasp. i will also be comparing Shri Mataji's message with the present SY organization so that we can gauge the huge chasm that exists between both, the cause of the present bankruptcy and assured future demise of the later. (Off the bat i can assure you it is the end of an era. Things will never be the same again.)

So here we go.

The opening paragraph is a deep, profoundly spiritual statement by Shri Mataji, priceless knowledge that the vast majority of religious masses have no clue. Only those who have felt the vibrations--ruach, wind, cool breeze, the Nafas al Rachman, the breath of the Merciful, Winds of Qiyamah--flowing from their hands and top of heads can understand Her, and its relation to the Holy Scriptures and eschatology. They know for a surety that the Resurrection is taking place, as promised in the Torah, Bible and Qur'an. That is why it is so important to slowly read and comprehend these words:

"Only after taking realization you know that there is God and there are vibrations. It is a very big happening all over the world. Today I am saying that's why it's one of the greatest days for you."

Please read them slowly so that you can grasp where we truly stand, and the duty we have to unconditionally discharge to the rest of humanity! What Shri Mataji has said in Her opening lines is embedded in all the Holy Scriptures, facts that their faithful can never deny.


For Jews "The Hebrew Name for God - The Spirit of God (Ruach Elohim). When applied to God, the word Ruach indicates creative activity (Gen 1:2) and active power (Isa 40:13). The Spirit of God also works in providence (Job 33:4; Psa 104:30), in redemption (Ezek 11:19; Ezek 36:26-27), in upholding and guiding his chosen ones (Neh 9:20; Psa 143:10; Hag 2:5), and in the empowering of the Messiah (Isa 11:2; Isa 42:1; Isa 61:1).

In short, as the ruach is to the created nephesh, so the Ruach Elohim is to God Himself, part of God and identified with God."

For Christians "we see the same connection between spirit, breath and wind continued in the New Testament. Although the Greek (unlike the Hebrew) has a different word for wind (anemos), pneuma and its related verb pneo are translated "breath" (2 Thessalonians 2:8; Revelation 11:11), "wind" (John 3:8; Acts 27:40) and "blow" (Luke 12:55).

Jesus Christ made this connection Himself. Without the understanding of this background, details of the incident in which Jesus appeared to His followers after His resurrection are puzzling. After Jesus showed them the wounds in His hands and side, verifying that He had indeed been raised from the dead, John records that Jesus said: " 'Peace to you! As the Father has sent Me, I also send you.' And when He had said this, He breathed on them, and said to them, 'Receive the Holy Spirit [pneuma]' " (John 20:21-22).

Earlier He had told them He would send them a "helper" and a "comforter," the Holy Spirit. Here He repeats that promise. He also demonstrates the nature of the Spirit that He would send: It would be like a breath, like a wind, something they couldn't see, but they would be influenced by its power." [1]

For Muslims "the source of the universe is the breath of the Merciful," the 'nafas al rachman'. God is the merciful and, as he manifests himself, he pours forth this "breath of the Merciful". The breath of the Merciful is the will in the divine nature to express itself, to manifest itself, to become known, that is, to realise the potentialities in its nature." [2]

The word rh comes from the same root as rhah. It is also related to rh, which means 'wind', mirwahah, meaning 'fan', and istirwh which means 'respiration'. The term "Spirit" translates the Hebrew word ruah, which, in its primary sense, means 'breath', 'air', 'wind'. Jesus indeed uses the sensory image of the wind to suggest to Nicodemus the transcendent newness of him who is personally God's breath, the divine Spirit. (Jn 3:3-8)

This Divine Wind is also the sure sign of Qiyamah:

It is Allah who sends forth the Winds so that they raise up the Clouds,
And We drive them to a Land that is dead,
And revive the earth therewith after its death:
Even so (will be) the Resurrection!

surah 35:9 Fatir (The Originator of Creation)
Abdullah Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'an, Amana Corporation, 1989.

Your own senses confirm the existence of God during the Resurrection. It is indeed a very big happening all over the world. That is why the Qur'an questions and warns those disputing or doubting this Great News to humanity:

Concerning what are they disputing?
Concerning the Great News. [5889]
About which they cannot agree.
Verily, they shall soon (come to) know!
Verily, verily they shall soon (come to) know!

surah 78:1-5 Al Naba' (The Great News)

"5889. Great News: usually understood to mean the News or Message of the Resurrection."

Abdullah Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'an, Amana Corporation, 1989.

For Hindus "Kundalini, the serpent power or mystic fire, is the primordial energy or Sakti that lies dormant or sleeping in the Muladhara Chakra, the centre of the body. It is called the serpentine or annular power on account of serpentine form. It is an electric fiery occult power, the great pristine force which underlies all organic and inorganic matter.

Kundalini is the cosmic power in individual bodies. It is not a material force like electricity, magnetism, centripetal or centrifugal force. It is a spiritual potential Sakti or cosmic power. In reality it has no form. The Sthula Buddhi and mind have to follow a particular form in the beginning stage. From this gross form, one can easily, understand the subtle formless Kundalini. Prana, Ahamkara, Buddhi, Indriyas, mind, five gross elements, nerves are all the products of Kundalini.

It is the coiled-up, sleeping Divine Sakti that lies dormant in all beings. You have seen in the Muladhara Chakra that there is Svayambhu Linga. The head of the Linga is the space where Sushumna Nadi is attached to the Kanda. This mysterious Kundalini lies face downwards at the mouth of Sushumna Nadi on the head of Svayambhu Linga. It has three and a half coils like a serpent. When it is awakened, it makes a hissing sound like that of a serpent beaten with a stick, and proceeds to the other Chakra through the Brahma Nadi, which is also called Chitra Nadi within Sushumna. Hence Kundalini is also called Bhujangini, serpent power. The three coils represent the three Gunas of Prakriti: Sattva, Rajas and Tamas, and the half represents the Vikritis, the modification of Prakriti.

Kundalini is the Goddess of speech and is praised by all. She Herself, when awakened by the Yogin, achieves for him the illumination. It is She who gives Mukti and Jnana for She is Herself that. She is also called Sarasvati, as She is the form of Sabda Brahman. She is the source of all Knowledge and Bliss. She is pure consciousness itself. She is Brahman. She is Prana Sakti, the Supreme Force, the Mother of Prana, Agni, Bindu, and Nada. It is by this Sakti that the world exists. Creation, preservation and dissolution are in Her. Only by her Sakti the world is kept up. It is through Her Sakti on subtle Prana, Nada is produced. While you utter a continuous sound or chant Dirgha Pranava ! (OM), you will distinctly feel that the real vibration starts from the Muladhara Chakra. Through the vibration of this Nada, all the parts of the body function. She maintains the individual soul through the subtle Prana. In every kind of Sadhana the Goddess Kundalini is the object of worship in some form or the other." [3]

Guru Granth Sahib
For Sikhs "the notion of dasam dvar, written as dasam duar, occurs several times in the Guru Granth Sahib. Sikhism is a strictly monotheistic system belief and it must be stated at the outset that according to Sikh view of the dasam dvar, the tenth door opens into the abode of God, the Creator —dasam duara agam apara param purakh ki ghati (GG, 974), and again —nau ghar thape thapanharai dasvai vasa alakh aparai (GG, 1036)....

The nine doors (nau daryaje) and the tenth door are often mentioned together to show their differences. The unstruck sound is heard at the tenth door when it is freed from the shackles of nine doors in the body—nau darvaje dasvai mukta anahad sabadu vajavania (GG, 110). It is believed that the tenth door is closed by a hard diamond-like door (bajar kapat) which is haumai (self-centredness). This hard and strong door is opened and the darkness of haumai is dispelled by the instruction of the Teacher (Guru). In other words, the tenth door is the door of enlightenment and it opens only when the door consisting of haumai is broken. It is taken for granted in Sikhism that the tenth door is the supreme state of the mind. It is certainly not a physical door; it is that state of purified consciousness in which God is visible and all contacts with physical existence are cut off. It is called a being's own house (nij-ghar), that is to say, a being's real nature which is like light (joti sarup). One hears day and night the anahad sabda there when one dwells in one's own house through the tenth door—nau dar thake dhavatu rahae, dasvai nijghari vasa pae (GG, 124).

At few places in the Gurbani, the term dasam duar has been used to denote ten organs—five sensory organs and five organs of action, i.e. jnanendriyas and karmendriyas. Says Guru Nanak: "Hukami sanjogi gari das duar, panch vasahi mili joti apar"—in the fortress of the body created in his hukam are ten doors. In this fort five subtle elements of sabda (sound), sparsa (touch), rupa (sight), rasa (taste) and grandha (smell) abide having the infinite light of the Lord in them (GG, 152). The amrit which flows at the tenth door is the essence of Divine name (nam ras) according to the Guru; it is not the physical elixir of immortality conceived by the Siddhas, nor is this amrit to be found by awakening kundalini or by practising khecari mudra; it is to be found through the Teacher's instruction. When the Satguru is encountered then one stops from running (after the nine doors) and obtains the tenth door. Here at this door the immortalizing food (amrit bhojan), the innate sound (sahaj dhuni) is produced—dhavatu thammia satiguri miliai dasva duaru paia; tithai amrit bhojanu sahaj dhuni upajai jitu sabadi jagatu thammi rahaia (GG, 441)." 4

But the sad fact is that the rank and file SYs are forbidden by WCASY members to say any of this at their public programs. Moreover they have so little scriptural knowledge to dare utter the same, thanks to the decades-old SYSSR mindset. Thus both "self-realization" and "vibrations" are explained away in relation to the subtle system, and its mental, social and health benefits. The words "God, Torah, Bible, Quran, Vedas, Guru Granth", to name a few, are never publicly uttered as Sahaja Yoga is loudly advertised for, and thus attracts, people who are not searching for the Divine. That is why SYs, their leaders and the WCASY can never, and will never, explain to the public Shri Mataji's deep, profoundly spiritual opening lines that:

"Only after taking realization you know that there is God and there are vibrations. It is a very big happening all over the world. Today I am saying that's why it's one of the greatest days for you."

Why then continue associating yourself with such a dishonest, disgraced, disintegrating and disempowered organization when you now have Shri Mataji's word and absolute freedom to form/join organizations that conscientiously carry and truthfully explain in detail Her advent and message of the Resurrection to the rest of humanity?

a happy future of freedom to all,


1. The Holy Spirit: God's Power at Work, Scott Ashley
2. A New Vision of Reality (Western Science, Eastern Mysticism and Christian Faith), Bede Griffiths, Pgs. 142-145
3. Kundalini Yoga, Sri Swami Sivananda
4. Concepts In Sikhism - Edited by Dr. Surinder Singh Sodhi

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