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IMG0042-XL“We cannot ‘meditate’. We only can be ‘in meditation’. When we say we are going to meditate, it has no meaning. We have to be ‘in meditation’. Either you are inside the house or outside the house. You cannot be inside the house and then say that, ‘Now I’m outside the house’. Or when you are outside the house, you cannot say, ‘I’m inside the house’.

In the same way, you are moving in [the] three dimensions of your life, of emotional and physical and mental being. You are not inside your Self. But when you are inside that, you are in thoughtless awareness. …

When you are in meditation, you must allow yourself to be in thoughtless awareness. …

Now if the Kundalini has been stopped by a certain chakra, which is not working, you shouldn’t get frustrated about it. Supposing your instrument or your car has stopped on the way, what’s the use of getting frustrated with it? You have to learn the mechanism; you have to be a good technician and then you can manage it very well.

So all the techniques of Sahaja Yoga must be learned and mastered. This you can only do by giving it to others and learning from correcting them and correcting yourself. There is nothing to be frustrated. That’s the worst thing.

If you get frustrated and unhappy with yourself, then there is going to be a problem. You have to laugh at yourself and laugh at your mechanism that is out of gear. When you start identifying yourself even with the instrument, then you are not there. You are not the chakra, you are not the different channels. You are the awareness. You are the power. You are the Kundalini. …

Worrying by itself, or frustrating yourself, by itself is a wrong attitude towards Sahaja Yoga. Sahaja in other terminology also means, [it] is a simple way.”

— Shri Mataji, Delhi, India, 30 March 1976

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