…So, the wisdom of Sahaja Yoga is in understanding the limitations up to which you can go to express your anger, to express your revenge, so called, on anyone whatsoever. But the best thing would be to leave it to the Divine power, because everything is done by Divine power. We all exist inside the Divine power. We cannot think of anything else of that kind. I cannot give you an analogy how Divine power works. For example, if there were no rays of the sun coming out of the sun, staying inside the sun, and all things working out, then we would have said, “It’s something like Divine power.” Nothing is outside that, everything is inside. And this Divine power is the power of compassion and love, which does everything. But when we take up responsibility, and when we decide we have to do something, and that we are something, and try to go against that Divine power, we become stupid people as we have seen. So, to leave it in the hands of Divine power, and to be just an instrument of that Divine power is the way a Sahaja Yogi has to be. Because the compassion, the love of Divine power is so great that it is wisdom, complete wisdom. A person who has no compassion cannot be wise. He could be worldly wise but he could not be really wise. So, those who believe that they have to be – they have to be very accurate must know that your accuracy will be challenged by the Divine power. There has to be lot of relaxed and a mobile temperament a person should have…..
(An extract from talk of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on Shri Devi Puja, Melun, France, 9th July 1989.)