Enlightened Personality

July 27, 2010 at 10:31 pm | Posted in Quotes | Leave a comment
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“An enlightened personality, I can tell you, is a person who is beyond his mind. And he is in contact completely with this all-pervading power of divine love. As a result everything in that person is guided, helped by that divine love. That power is so great that it looks after you, it organizes everything, it thinks, it understands, it is wisdom of all the things. You become a person who is so collectively conscious.
Today we need people like that. Otherwise you always think about yourself. About others you can only think when you are collectively conscious. But these days there are so many people marketing their spirituality, you see. That’s also there. And just people jump to it, I don’t know why. Why don’t they find out what is the gain, what did you gain out of it? Nobody wants to know.”
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Press Conference, London, July 1999


“When you give bandhans, what you do is to put the chaitanya into action. In every action in everything you do, you should know, it’s the Paramchaitanya that acts. Only thing is, you have to be aware of yourself, and aware that it acts. And you just jump into that awareness, and it acts. So many people, though they know it in their brains, do not know it in their hearts. And so many people who know in their hearts, do not act in their attention. So only these three things you have to improve. One is your head, the other is your heart, and the third is your liver. If you can improve these three organs, this Paramchaitanya will act.”
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Shri Ganesha Puja, Switzerland, 08 08 1989

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