Thursday, July 2, 2009

Guru has to be very steady

The word Guru comes from the one that is magnetic, the person who is magnetic, the one who attracts the attention of the seekers, is the Guru.

Also it means the heaviness, or you can say a person who is very steady, who is very deep, who has the knowledge, and who can act like the mother earth. For the power of magnetism in the mother earth also is called as magnetic, but in sanskrit is 'Gurutwakareshwari' – which means the attraction of the heaviness of the mother earth.

But actually it is a power of the mother earth that makes us stand properly on our legs when it is rotating with such a tremendous speed, otherwise we would be all thrown away. With that velocity that she is moving, we are still attached, or we are one in our balance, this is only because she has gravity.

This gravity has to be in a Guru. Gravity means a kind of a serious understanding of oneself and ones own responsibilities. So a Guru has to be very steady.'

H. H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi,
Guru Puja, July 12, 1998 Cabella, Italy

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