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Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ

“I forgive.”  This is the greatest weapon Christ has given us. You just say, “I forgive, I forgive,” and you can overcome your ego. This is the mantra for this chakra…. You’ll find your Agnya chakra will open out and you’ll find your ego will go away.

Forgiveness is one of the biggest weapons human beings have got. But they are so stupid. If I tell them to forgive – now what is there not to forgive? – they’ll say, “It’s very difficult to forgive.”

I say, “What is so difficult? What are you doing? Are you doing something when you say, ‘I am forgiving’? Do you do something? Nothing.”

On the contrary, when you do not forgive, then what is happening is the person whom you do not forgive is actually torturing you, while you are not torturing that person.

Shri Mataji, 1983

Jodhaa AkbarThis movie is based on the true story of the greatest Mughal emperor, Jalaluddin Mohammed Akbar, who ruled Hindustan (now India) in the sixteenth century.

As soon as the movie starts, cool vibrations are pouring out of both hands. This great realised soul is showing what real strength is, to really forgive and love. One of his noble and high desires was to unite Hindustan with respect and acceptance of all religions. His understanding of God and his attraction and absorption of whatever has got Divine Vibrations makes him such a Maha [Great] Yogi. His relationships not only with his Hindu wife but also with all the women of his family are full of respect and sensitivity.

I found this movie to be very nourishing to the Soul and also to be a great teaching for us.



Apology to Canada's aboriginal peoplesBelow are some reactions to the news that the Canadian Parliament has apologised to the aboriginal peoples of Canada for past wrongs done to them. 

“By Shri Mataji’s grace and compassion the ripple effect of Love and forgiveness is blessing all nations. 
This is so important for everyone to witness the divine words of forgiveness from the heart of hearts and spirit of these people.  This is another chapter in Canadian history that is worth knowing about.” 

“The Natives would likely have performed a pipe ceremony before the Parliament session opened, in which their prayers to the sacred directions would have been that only truth and wisdom be spoken there, and that the healing may now occur in totalilty so all things will return to proper balance.  Whomsoever is holding an Eagle feather while speaking is compelled to speak wisely, speak only truth, and speak from the heart.  Their truth is for the collective good of the present moment, with consideration given to all, not selectively, and for seven generations following.  
Shri Mataji says that Love will change the world.  Love is not selective; it is absolute – we either love, or we don’t love, all or nothing. 
Thank you, Shri Mataji, for orchestrating this change, for these momentous steps taken openly and humbly by national leaders to heal the wrongs of the past and so better establish firm foundations for the future, for the well-being of all, now, and for the generations following.”

News extract: National Post


sidney-poitier.jpgWe all have our understanding about Easter’s message and there are so many ways of celebrating Easter.

At the recent Easter celebrations in India, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi spoke about forgiveness, saying that we should forgive everyone, and that this message of forgiveness is not just for Easter, but for all time.

Forgiveness is the main power at the level of Agnya chakra. This power was revealed and incarnated as Jesus Christ.

Around the time of Easter maybe many of us have faced challenges related to our power to endure and to forgive – a power that ultimately leads to unconditional love.

I’m reading an amazing book, The Measure of a Man, by Sidney Poitier and the vibrations are beautiful. His words are very Sahaj, very similar to talks offered by Shri Mataji. His words have the most profound significance.

Please, see below some quotes from his book − quotes that I happened to read at Easter time. It’s a “cool” and elevating book and I recommend it to you.

Forgiveness works two ways, in most instances. People have to forgive themselves too… That should be a sacred process.

And somewhere along the line, they’re going to realize that there’s no way for them to live with the requirements of their rage, with the requirements of their hatred. They have to find peace, because they won’t get peace from rerunning those emotions.

The above words are totally Sahaj  and they talk about the Pure Knowledge of the Spirit at the level of Agnya Chakra, the energy centre that is connected to the element of Light and that was opened by Jesus Christ at the universal level, for all mankind.

Ioana Popa


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