……..So you have to develop your Hamsa Chakra. Self-disciplining and introspection:
“Why do I do such a thing, I am a Sahaja Yogi?” Ask this question every morning, and in the evening please note it down: “What did I do for Sahaja Yoga*?”
We have fun. We have music. We have everything, but everything should be done in a dignified manner. Even dancing, I was saying, learn some rhythms. Otherwise somebody’s doing the trot and another is galloping. That too like horses – looks so odd. There should be gentleness. There should be understanding of the rhythm and rhythmic patterns. Learn more, how would you dance? Practice it. It’s all right, in the house. How the ladies should dance, how should they walk – because your whole expression is the expression of God Almighty.
So how you should be among yourselves, how you should talk, when you should get up, when you should sleep. Everything will change if you really become aware of the fact that you are representing God Almighty, who is the Source of discretion. In discretion so many things you will learn. The first is the tolerance. “It’s all right. We’ll work it out. It will work out.” You will learn what is love, which is detached. You will learn what is humor, which tickles but does not hurt. You will learn also what to say in your lectures, what to listen to. And of all things, you will know how to fulfil the visions of God Almighty.
(Source-An Extract of Talk of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on Hamsa Puja, New York 1991.)
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