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META MODERN ERA LE
Divine Cool Breeze Limited Edition Book One
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Meta Modern Era by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi is a loving, compelling and powerful book that introduces a tangible spiritual breakthrough for the 21st century — spontaneous Self Realization through Sahaja Yoga meditation — which opens a new dimension in human awareness.
The story of our spiritual ascent, both as individuals and collectively. With equal parts instruction and inspiration, the book beautifully describes how we have gotten where we are today and our essential next steps.
At public programs, informal gatherings and media interviews, Shri Mataji often invited questions – from Sahaja Yogis, seekers, journalists. She satisfied our curiosity, our concerns. And calmed our confusions. Here are 108 of those questions, some naive, some misguided, but mostly insightful, rich and relevant.
Composed from the words of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, this book tells us that the Spirit is the only eternal thing within us. All the rest are transitory and evolutionary. This is the true quest of our lives, the goal that we seek, the home for which we yearn.
Collectivity is a thing to be understood in a much deeper way than we have thought. Collectivity is the nature of a Sahaja Yogi. It is to be grown within you. Collectivity is the place where you belong.
Many of the foundations of Sahaja Yoga can be found in the early talks of the 1970s and early 80s. This book looks back at ten days in India between 1972 and 1977 when Shri Mataji spoke to us: unique moments, gems of wisdom, insights said only once.
This collection of sixty-four stories, all told to us by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, includes The Creation of Shri Ganesha, The Sanyasi and the Rain and Padmini and the Palanquin. They are tales of inspiration, guidance and humour, "The stories are there," she said, "but behind these stories, you have to see the subtle things."
When you read this Devi Mahatmyam, you will feel the joy, the power and the wonder of the Divine Mother. At its simplest level, the Devi Mahatmyam is the battle between good and evil. But on that battlefield, the majesty of the Mother Goddess should not be underestimated.
Written seven hundred years ago, Jnaneshwara’s Amritanubhava is one of India’s greatest philosophical and spiritual writings, alongside the Bhagavad-Gita, the Upanishads and the great texts of Shankaracharya and Kabir.
Seekers are that special category of people who are aware that they have to seek something more than material well-being or power or the so-called pleasures of life. There is a special category born out of the people who have had this seeking before they came on this Earth.