Jay, an IT professional has lived a life of stress and dismay. He realizes that he is not happy and seeks meaning to his mundane life. He meets a group of people who show him what true joy really is. The journey of meditation begins. Sahaja Yoga is introduced.
On 5th May 1970 Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi introduced a unique method of inner transformation called Sahaja Yoga. Within the following years Sahaja Yoga meditation grew dramatically and transformed the lives of thousands all over the world.
Olga no more feels the need to manufacture stimulations, because the end game brings joy back into her life. She makes peace with herself as she realizes the potential of her own inner energy and expresses her concern to share her experience with her postmodern audience.
This book is not the story of creation, nor it's a description of God almighty; it is about an experience of love, devotion and sheer joy with the incarnation of the all pervading power of Divine Love, Shri Adi Shakti Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.
She said, “Those who never saw Buddha created Ajanta.” Her words stayed with Daniello. Although he didn't have the slightest clue about Ajanta, one day he would find out. The journey to Ajanta logged him to the Perennial source of creativity- the master key that held all the keys, and the Principle behind all the principles.
The Gita is for all seekers of truth to help them recognize truth from untruth. It directs the Spirit's ascent through winding mind alleys of conditioning, concepts and projections into the threshold of Absolute Truth.
Our new aesthetics is an experience of the universal. The Feminine principle is central to our relationship with the universal. From our window we only see a part of the sky, but if we step out and see the qualities of the Feminine Principle permeating the lives of women, we see the infinite sky.
"Whatever our intellect knows is through our two eyes and two ears. But what about all those things that cannot be heard or seen, like for istance unconditional love. Unconditional love is beyond the intellect. Because the intellect cannot fathom it, does that imply that it does not exist? If intellect were to be the yardstick of truth then we would be trapped in its jail like a spider caught in its own web.