….Whether they are Protestants or they are Catholics, they are the two sides of one coin. Because they are seeking something that is very transitory, they are not seeking the Eternal Life. And the people are extremely frozen, meticulous and rigid. They only know how to make money, that’s all.[ ….. ] So in every way they have not gone deep into themselves spiritually to find out what is the truth; even they have not been looking out for the Holy Spirit. So when they say that we are the chosen ones, and that once we become Christians, God is going to give us the heavens, that’s sadly mistaken. Because whether you are a Christian, Hindu, Muslim, anything, you can commit any sin, everybody is capable, in every religion; no religion binds them.
Only in Sahaja Yoga you become righteous and sinless – that you give up all your habits, and also you get rid of your tempers and your meticulousness, your frozen nature. You trust each other, you open your heart. And you forget about racialism, about your countries, and you try to become one with each other. And when our children will grow up, we’ll find one collective body, absolutely forgotten all this nonsensical barriers between one person and another. But when you meet a fanatic, you see, don’t argue with him. Their brain is covered with fanaticism, they can not understand. But any open-minded person, if he asks you anything, then gradually, one by one, intelligently, you have to talk in a very sweet manner: ‘See, I was a Christian, and I could not find it, and my mind was going on one side, I was not integrated.’ all these things you should talk, as if it happened to you. So then what happens, that they would start seeing the point and the truth, that it’s not that you give up Christ, but we give up the so-called Christianity. And this way we can get all those half-hearted people who are neither there nor into anything else, they will definitively come to Sahaja Yoga…….
It’s all Brahma Chaitanya, which itself in itself creates and sees its own play and enjoys itself. An analogy can be given like the sea creates the waves and then sees the waves and enjoys them. So when we are ignorant, with our ego covered, every wave thinks that, ‘I’m something great!’. But when they dissolve in the sea, you can feel it. The vibrations are called… in Sanskrit language, and that… That vibrations we call it, or pulsation, is what you call as Brahma Chaitanya. So we have to become one with that and allow it to work it out for us, everything. So supposing something fails — if you work out something, something fails – so we should know it’s working something for our good. So you never will be frustrated and you will see the play of Brahma Chaitanya.
May God bless you.
H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
(An extract of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on Shri Jesus Christ Puja. Bogota (Colombia), 26th June 1989.)