Her Shared Vision

Her Shared Vision


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Her Shared Vision

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi is a visionary.

She is a visionary willing to share her view of a better world that includes a place for each of us, side by side, as one. She is also the founder of Sahaja Yoga, a worldwide movement in over a hundred countries. The yoga is the practical application of her vision.

The problem with visionaries is that there is a fine line that separates their vision from everybody else’s dream. That line, as fine as it is, is an important one. People will ask the simple question “How do we get there? Unless there is a practical solution, what’s the use?” The gap between the vision and the reality will, for many people, always be unbridgeable.

This is not the case with Shri Mataji. Her experience is deep. From her days in the ashram of Mahatma Gandhi to her nation’s fight for freedom, she has shown that she very much understands this world. She knows who we are and where we are going. She knows our culture better than we do, our souls and our dreams.

In short, the key to opening the door, the practical solution that she offers is something very simple. It is Self-realization.

Remember those dreams you had of the perfected society, the harmonious people, the contentment and tranquility? Remember those book you read – Siddhartha and The Prophet – the stories of enlightenment, rumours of the Buddha, inner knowledge and true peace. It is like that.

And why not?

Enlightenment and attainment and vision are not just the property of the distant past, nor the promise a remote future.

One day promises have to be fulfilled. We cannot always live in the realm of future hope.

As Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi would say: It can all happen now.

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Author:
Richard Payment is a film librarian at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver Canada. He is also the editor of The Divine Cool Breeze magazine. He has enjoyed the benefits of Sahaja Yoga for 28 years. Richpay


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  • Subbi Reddy K
    Nov 12, 2009
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    It is simple to bridge the world with people who realized with the grace of H.H.Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi to have a beautiful place with peace and love all over.

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