You are ten Sahaja Yogis here, so you must have the style of lotuses and you must have sense of self-preservation against other things…. We have lived a very pure ideal and pure Sahaja Yoga, absolutely above all kinds of nonsensical things. In the same way, the people who are going to come after you also must think in the same way, in the same fashion. So you have to make a very pure relationship and a pure club among yourselves by which the people who are going to follow the progeny which is going to come are going to say, “This is what is being in Sahaja Yoga.” So the self-preservation also means the preservation of Sahaja Yoga in its purest form…. You are the foundation stones of Sahaja Yoga and every one of you has to be perfect so that this huge big mansion is not going to close down because of you. There should be no weakness left in you. That is why it is important to understand that the self-preservation, preservation of Sahaja Yoga in principles.
5 June 1979