Monday, November 30, 2009


Like His personality His teaching are natural, human and simple. Actual life was used to illustrate His points since this was easy for the people to understand. He divided life into five relationships which were:

i. Kind and minister
ii. Husband and wife
iii. Father and son
iv. Brother to brother
v. Friend to friend

To conduct these relationships in a virtuous and respectable manner was to follow the will of heaven. He distinguished between a spiritual and a materialistic man thus: “the superior man understands what is right, the inferior man understands what is profitable.”

There were five virtues of nature according to sage: benevolence, righteousness, propriety, wisdom and sincerity.

Just as Shri Mataji has stressed the importance of sincerity in Sahaja Yoga, for example the necessity of singing and praying with love from heart, so also Confucius said, “Sincerity is that by which Self-completion is finished.

The possessor of sincerity does not merely accomplish completion of himself, with this quality he completes other men.” This quotation takes an added significance when it is considered in the light of Sahaja Yoga: an open sincere heart facilitates the Kundalini’s passage up the Sushumna Nadi.

(DCB January- February 2005)

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