We should be a little irrational in Sahaja Yoga.... Extremes have to be given up. You have to be in the centre in your attitude. Then only you can grow because you know the sap of life through your centre, this central channel of Shushumna, the parasympathetic and that is why you should avoid all kinds of extremes. Even in Sahaja Yoga one has to be careful. It is a mission, but it is not a mission of a missionary. It is the mission of love I say. For those who love, those who love human beings, nothing is more important than love in Sahaja Yoga.... The competition has to change, the style of competition among Sahaja Yogis. The competition should be how much you love, who loves more. Let there be a competition of who obliges more. Who shares more? Who loves others more? Let there be a competition in loving, not in hating.
8 March 1980