“The maturity should be such as like Mine.”- Shri Mataji (02.05.1987)


……..I was also a person in a way you can say, a seeker, because I was trying to find out a method, the way, by which I could really give en-masse realization*. I could give realization to many people at the same time and for that I was really working very, very hard, understanding lots of people, human beings, and out of them I found bureaucrats are the worse. As you have lots of bureaucrats in this Canberra, may be, that they are not so good because they have to compromise all the time. They have to say, “Yes sir, yes sir,” and despite their resistance, despite their not liking, to say that, they are poor things, pushed into a job where they have to work it out because after all job is important. When all these things become important, the person’s personality suffers a lot. That’s what I found that the bureaucrats who are seeking all the time power, go after the man who can give them some more power, in the sense the power not of the divine but over the people that they can dominate more people and they can manage more people. And that’s why these people fall into these groups( means group of false Guru’s)  because in the beginning they feel relaxed in a way and they dominate many people as there are booths sitting with them who give them ideas. But then they get tired of them and then they fall sick. So, many people commit suicide also, suicide. I was told that suicide is maximum, suicide cases are maximum in Canberra. The reason is this only that you don’t know what to do with yourself. You suffer from some sort of a miserable disease. You don’t know how to get out of it and then you commit suicide.

So, all these things are connected with the attack of the evil forces and these evil forces attack you in a very subtle manner. So, one should be careful as to mature. One has to mature in Sahaja Yoga* so that nothing can affect them, nothing can trouble them, nothing can bother them. One has to mature. The maturity should be such as like Mine. If I catch it, I mean, I deliberately catch it and then I try to solve the problem. But if you cannot do that then you should not catch also because you will suffer little bit by catching them……

( Source: An Extract of Talk of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi in Evening before Sahastrara puja at  Thredbo, Australia, 2nd May 1987.)

*To experience realization through Sahaja Yoga Meditations at free of cost, Seekers may visit http://www.sahajayoga.org or any   other Sahaja Yoga website and TV channel.

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