The Messiah-Paraclete Shri Mataji: "Every religion has talked about our second birth"Kundalini/Self-realization"Indeed, Jesus taught that his messiahship and the corresponding outpouring of the Spirit were firmly rooted in OT understanding (Luke 4:18ff., citing Isa. 61:1-2), and, similar to intertestamental Judaism, understood the messianic Spirit of the Lord to be the Holy Spirit (Matt. 12:32), the spirit which had foretold through the prophets that the coming Messiah would inaugurate the age of salvation with the pouring out of the Spirit on all flesh. Jesus developed the idea of the Holy Spirit as a personality (e.g., John 15:26; 16:7-15)" (Elwell 2012, 569)
Day His Spirit (Ruach) is poured will coincide with day of Messiah
Vatican: Two Messiahs - Jewish Scripture is a key to understanding Jesus
Vatican: "The Jewish wait for the Messiah is not in vain"
"But those who have got Realization ('second birth') will enter into the Kingdom of God. You have to enter into the Kingdom of God here, as I say, in the Seventh Chakra." (Follow #16-18)
"Just people talk of baptism, 'Come along I'll baptize you.' It's not possible that way. It's just an artificial ritual. Try to understand. This is not going to render that actual happening within you which is going to make you grow spiritually. So the actualization of baptism (kundalini awakening) takes place and you can feel also from your fontanel bone area a kind of a cool breeze (Ruach) of the Holy Ghost coming in." (Follow #16-18)
"Actual baptism (kundalini awakening) is when this Holy Ghost (Mother Kundalini) rises and you start really feeling the cool breeze (Ruach) on top of your head. This is a miracle. It is!"
The Messiah-Paraclete Shri Mataji
Invisible Ruach manifesting and interacting with Resurrection participants in Russia on August 1, 2008. "In the scripture of the Old Testament, a ruach or spirit of God was personified in prophetic tradition as the Spirit of God or the Spirit of Prophecy... She is the immanent aspect of Godhead that interacts with those who seek her." (Keizer 2010, 42)
Feeling fountain of Breeze/Pneuma/Reeh al-Qiyamah/Prana/Vibrations/
Qi of the Spirit (Mother, Ruach, Tao, Kukulkan, Paraclete, al-Ruh) flowing out of the fontanelle for very first time. Verily, verily, it is the Fountain of Immortality! (Fontanelle comes from fontaine, French for "fountain".)
"The thousand-petaled lotus at the top of the head, the Sahasrara Chakra is the final state of achievement in what we are calling universal bandwidth. Once we have reached a certain point in our development, the kundalini energy, divine mother, Shakti, the power of God, the holy spirit comes up the spine and instantly increases our bandwidth. We now understand, see, perceive, and participate in the universe in a new way." (Farrand 2006, 64)
NOTE: All disciples of the Paraclete Shri Mataji, as promised by Jesus, are empowered to trigger the cool breeze (Ruach, Pneuma, Prana, Chi, Wind) in others (as photo above demonstrates): "Jesus solemnly assures the disciples that they will, in the future, perform even greater miracles than He. By this He means to say that through the power of the Holy Spirit, they will bring about the greatest miracle of all - the salvation of lost souls. He promises them that whatever they ask for, in connection with their ministry of bringing the miracle of salvation to lost men, will be granted them." (Stallings; Picirilli 1985, 205)
"The Holy Spirit: Breath of God... The interesting part of this is the Hebrew word for spirit is ruach, and it means 'air in motion.' It is the same word for 'breath.' It also means 'life.' By resemblance to breath and air in motion, it means 'spirit.' That's where we get the translation, and the Hebrew word contains all those different meanings. If we just leave it with our English word 'spirit,' we're not getting the full attributes of what the Bible is trying to describe. It's trying to describe that there's a breath involved. Let's take this into the New Testament because we have almost the same thing where Jesus is talking about the Holy Spirit. He says, 'That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Do not marvel that I said to you, 'You must be born again.' The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from and where it goes. So is everyone who is born of the Spirit' (John 3:8). Jesus is talking about the Holy Spirit, and He's saying it is like wind. When you get into the Greek behind that, the Greek word is pneuma, which again means 'a current of air,' 'breath,' or a 'breeze,' and again by analogy, 'a spirit.' So both the Hebrew and the Greek word are talking about breath. It's talking about wind." (G. Robertson, The Holy Spirit: Breath of God Jan. 27 2013)
The Time of Resurrection
The Paraclete Shri Mataji "The Kingdom of God that we were promised is at hand. This is not a phrase out of a sermon or a lecture, but it is the actualization of the experience of the highest Truth which is Absolute, now manifesting itself in ordinary people at this present moment."
The Messiah-Paraclete Shri Mataji
"Tell all the nations and tell all the people all over the Great Message that the Time of Resurrection is here. Now, at this time, and that you are capable of doing it."
The Messiah-Paraclete Shri Mataji
Cowley Manor Seminar, UK—July 31, 1982
"This is the ... (continue)
2. Hunbatz Men, Secrets of Mayan Science/Religion
"I think it is important to mention again the other ancient cultures, like those of India, where we find roots of words similar to peninsular Mayan. Valmiki wrote that the Naga Maya brought their culture to India around 2700 B.C., although we believe it was even earlier. We also maintain that they brought their culture to other parts of Asia and to Africa, where they were called Mayax according to Manetho, the Egyptian priest-historian.
There are notable similarities between Indian culture and the cultures of the Maya of Yucatan and other indigenous people of America, especially in esoterica. ... (continue)
3. Christ and the Kundalini
"The Christian Gnostics practiced a spirituality more similar to Eastern traditions than to the Western Christianity we know today. 'Gnostic' is Greek for 'knower' and it is 'Gnosis' or 'Knowledge' that they were seeking. Unlike the blind faith demanded by today's Churches, 'Gnosis' meant direct, mystical experience of the divine, which was to be found by individual spiritual evolution to Self-Realisation, and not within the confines of intellectual dogma. ... (continue)
4. "Shri Mataji's mission is to save as many souls as she can."
"Shri Mataji claims to be able to fully awaken the kundalini of others almost instantly. The process traditionally involves strenuous efforts, is difficult and is only achieved after many years of practice (Krishna, 1971). The speed she offers is possible, she says, because she is the Adi Shakti (Sajaja Yoga 1988, 8). Once awakened, either by Shri Mataji or her followers, the kundalini rises through the chakras until it pierces the topmost chakra, the Sahastra, and emerges at the fontanel area at the top of the head. During its ascent, the individual may feel tremendous heat. This, says Shri Mataji, is due to the kundalini burning off impurities in the chakras as it ... (continue)
5. Question: "Which will be the end of all the world or of humankind?"
The Paraclete Shri Mataji "Which will be the end of world? Again, futuristic, very futuristic. Let's not talk about the end. Just now is the beginning. When the child is born we just don't think about his death, do we?
So better be worried about the beginning of this new world that we have started and don't think of the death and all those things. Forget it ... (continue)
6. The Breath of God in the Old and New Testament
"The link between Spirit and Breath is mentioned throughout the Bible, yet most modern-day Jews and Christians are unaware of this relationship. For example, the ancient Hebrew word ruah not only meant 'spirit,' 'breath,' and 'wind'; it was also used in essentially the same ways as the Greeks, Hindus, and Romans used the words pneuma, prana and spiritus. The ancient Hebrew scribes often linked the word ruah with Yahweh (the name of the God of Israel). Thus, the term ruah Yahweh, which appears often in the Old Testament, can be translated to mean 'the spirit of God,' 'the breath of God,' or 'the wind of God' (God's breath manifested as wind). In the New Testament, all references ... (continue)
7. Concepts in other cultures that correlate with Qi
"The ancient Hindus wrote of prana, the invisible 'breath of life' that they cultivated through Yoga. Ancient Greeks described a concept which in several important aspects parallels the Chinese notion of qi with the word 'pneuma.' Like the Chinese qi, this Greek word is often translated into English as 'breath'— with similar misleading results. The Greek pneuma, like the Chinese concept of qi, was a complex idea that blended spiritual and material aspects of the vital essence of life into a comprehensive description of that without which life itself could not exist...
Also like qi .... (continue)
8. Qi: "when it goes into man's chest, the man becomes a sage"
"What, if any, are the equivalent Chinese terms for 'spirit' and 'spirituality'? A brief consideration of this question provides some helpful background for understanding how the spiritual dimension of human life is conceptualized and expressed by the Chinese.
Etymologically, in Chinese 'it is probably qi that bears the closest resemblance to 'spirit' (Adler 1997). A simple comparison shows the basis for this judgment. According to Barnhart, 'The original English use of spirit are mainly derived from passages in the Vulgate, in which Latin spiritus is used to translate Greek pneuma and Herbrew ruah' (1999; 1047). Holl gives the original meaning ... (continue)
9. "Chi serves as the mysterious bridge between God and humanity."
"Chi and the Christian understanding of the Holy Spirit share many commonalities. The Old Testament ruach and the New Testament pneuma carry the same ambiguity of multiple meanings, as does Chi, such as 'breath, air, wind or soul.' The word ruach has its etymological origin in air, which manifests itself in two distinctive forms; that of wind in nature and that of breath in living things. Because God as Spirit manifests herself as wind, or ruach, she is also Chi...
The cosmic dimension of Spirit is expressed in the idea of Chi, the vital energy which is the animating power and essence ... (continue)
10. Question: "Is the Kundalini the same force that exists all around us as the Chinese call Chi?"
Lao-Tse is the man who talked about this thing, He's the one who told them about Kundalini and they don't know who is Lao-Tse. Especially in America, I don't know what sort of Chinese live here.
It's such a great source of knowledge, and what they have said is a perfect thing.
But everything gets integrated in Sahaja Yoga. All the knowledge, all the scriptures, everything gets integrated. Absolutely integrated because out of light you see the truth in all of them. ... (continue)
11. Question: "In your discourse you refer to the Kundalini as 'she'. Is that because you are a woman?"
The Messiah-Paraclete Shri Mataji
Radio interview, Santa Cruz, USA, 1983
"In concert with Bultmann's emphasis on revelation, some scholars have argued that the Paraclete is John's vehicle for assuring his readers that either Jesus' own words were not forgotten (14:26) ... (continue)
12. The True Meaning of Yoga and Sadhana
The Times of India
Yogi Ashwini Ji, Dec 21, 2004
The guru, through shaktipath, initiates a person on the path of sadhana. The process requires immense energy, which is transferred from guru to shishya. If this energy is channelised towards people who have no value for it, the energy dissipates. That is why it is said that knowledge or 'gyan' should not be distributed before people who don't value it. This can also be said for people who come to listen ... (continue)
13. The Fountain of Immortality that resides and rises from the coccyx (Luz, 'ajbu adh-dhanab', Mooladhara) during the Resurrection: Meditate to experience it daily as the Cool Breeze (Pneuma, Reeh al-Qiyamah, Prana, Qi) of the Holy Spirit (Ruach Elohim, Divine Mother, Tao, Devi, Kukulkan, Paraclete, al-Ruh)
"What is Kundalini really? More commonly known in western cultures as Holy Spirit, Kundalini is the ancient Sanskrit name for the primal life force that animates all living entities—the evolutionary force behind all living matter.... Shaktipat is a Sanskrit word for the process of activating the higher Kundalini-Shakti energy, initiating the ... (continue)
14. "It is a living process and a living process of a living God!"
The Paraclete Shri Mataji "So to feel that All-Pervading Power the thing lacking in us is that we have not felt so far the connection, and this connection has to be established — that is possible. Built within us is the Power, what we call Kundalini, which is coiled three and a half, and which rises through six centres to pierce through your fontanel bone area, and you start feeling the cool breeze (Ruach/Pneuma/Qi/Prana/Reeh al-Qiyamah) in your hand. And also the cool breeze starts coming out of your head so you have to certify yourself. Nobody is going to certify you!
This is the first sprouting of the seed. It is a living process and a living process of a living God! It sprouts ... (continue)
15. "Jesus was talking to Nicodemus about a new beginning, a fresh start, and a chance to become a new person by entering into a life-changing, personal relationship with God."
"The search of Nicodemus is the search of many people in the world: a spiritual search for ultimate answers to life's questions. And like many people, Nicodemus is drawn to Jesus. Though he is not sure who Jesus is, he knows that Jesus is a man who comes from God, recognizing that God is in Jesus in a way distinct from other men. So he goes to Jesus—at night—because he's not quite ready to let just anybody know what's going on inside of him.
When Nicodemus gets there, he opens up the conversation by telling Jesus, 'There's something about you ... (continue)
16. The Paraclete: "They are authorized to give spontaneous awakening"
The Paraclete Shri Mataji "Actually, Kundalini is your beloved Mother and you are Her dearest, only child. She loves you more than anything else in the universe and is interested only in giving you the supreme Joy through your second birth. She is born again and again with you and resides in your Mooladhara, the triangular bone of your sacrum (the coccyx). She records your problems and waits till the subject meets a realized soul as guru or a Sahaja Yogi. They are authorized to give spontaneous awakening."*
The Paraclete Shri Mataji
*At this site it is your own Spirit-Paraclete or Divine Mother or Holy Spirit within (not Shri Mataji) who directly gives the spontaneous awakening ... (continue)
In order to successfully carry out this self-discovered, self-contained and self-sustaining initial experiment and, subsequently, a life-long experience of being 'born of the Spirit'/Kundalini Awakening, please follow the instructions below. One is assured of the spontaneous awakening—provided one genuinely believes and desires the promised second birth for all humanity during this Last Judgment and Resurrection—that one's own, individual Mother wants to bestow upon Her child. This awakening, directly from the Spirit-Paraclete within, is guaranteed to be most gentle and without any side-effects whatsoever. This guarantee is attested by hundreds of thousands of seekers who have had their kundalinis awakened by the Divine Mother/baptized by the Holy Spirit over the decades:
1. Sit comfortably on a chair.
2. Take off your shoes so as to have a better contact with the earth.
3. Please familiarize with instructions 1-9 on where the right hand is to be placed on various parts of the body. The initial success and experience depends on your sincerity and pure desire i.e., you want to take part in the Resurrection and Last Judgment, the salvation and eternal life that Jesus promised will be initiated through the Spirit-Paraclete within. The sequence of self-affirmations are designed to confirm that knowledge, free will and desire. "It has shown that revelation—the communication by God to man of that which initially only God can know—takes place, if at all, by contact between God and man on the level of that aspect of a human personality that may be called spirit. Yet also it has shown that there is a certain independence attributed to man. God's Spirit is not forced upon him. He has the capacity for choice." (Moule 2000, 7-8) If you are not ready or do not agree for whatever reason you have that choice; please do not to continue, and perhaps return when you are.
You may use the term "Divine Mother"," Mother Kundalini" (Kukulkan)," Holy Spirit/Spirit-Paraclete" (Christians)," Adi Shakti/ Durga/ Maa/ Devi/ Amma" (Hindus)," Ruh Allah" (Muslims)," Shekinah/Ruach Elohim" (Jews)," Prajnaparamita/Tara" (Buddhists)," Aykaa Mayee" (Sikhs)," Tao/Wu Chi" (Taoists)," Thian" (Confucian), or just"God"or"Divine Mother"in any language you are comfortable with.
1. Put your right hand on your heart and silently in your heart ask the following question 3 times:
" (.............), am I the spirit?"
2. Putting your right hand on the upper part of your abdomen on the left-hand side of your body, silently ask the following question 3 times:
(.............), am I my own master?
3. Put your right hand on the lower part of your abdomen, on the left-hand side of your body, and ask the following question 6 times:
(.............), please give me the Pure Knowledge.
4. Put your right hand again on the upper part of your abdomen on the left-hand side of your body, and silently affirm the following phrase 10 times:
(.............), I am my own master!
5. Putting your right hand again on your heart on the left-hand side of your body, silently affirm the following phrase 12 times with confidence:
(.............), I am the spirit!
6. Now place your right hand on the left-hand side of your neck, where it joins the shoulder, and turn to your right. In order to free this centre, it is necessary to get rid of all feelings of guilt. Repeat the following phrase 16 times with conviction:
(.............), I am not guilty at all!
7. Put your right hand on your forehead and lightly press the temples. Here it is necessary to forgive in order to liberate this chakra from whatever may be blocking it. Silently, and with sincerity, say the following phrase several times:
(.............), I forgive everyone in general!
8. Put your right hand on the back of your head, put your head back, and this time ask for forgiveness for all the mistakes that you have ever committed, but without feeling guilty. Repeat the following phrase several times:
(.............), if I have done anything wrong knowingly or unknowingly, please forgive me!
9. Now close your eyes and put the center of your right palm on top of your head, spread out your fingers and press hard with the palm of the hand. Gently massage the scalp in a clockwise movement and, with humility, ask 7 times:
(.............), please give me my Self-Realization (Second Birth/ Kundalini Awakening).
Put your hand down, meditate and remain in silence for a few minutes, with your attention still on the Holy Spirit/ Spirit-Paraclete / Divine Mother within.
17. Daily Meditation
After Self-realization meditate twice daily on the Divine Feminine within yourself and begin purifying your mind, body and soul. That is all it takes to participate in the Last Judgment and Resurrection, the promised evolution of humans into the eternal spirit and everlasting life as promised by each and every religion and holy scripture. Above all, it (eternal life through the Resurrection) was repeatedly promised and finally demonstrated by Jesus Christ after His crucifixion, a promise now delivered and fulfilled through the Paraclete sent in His name by God Almighty.
Over a sustained period of daily meditation the Divine Wind will slowly begin to ... (continue)
18. Important Reminder
Daily meditation—the innermost intimacy with the Divine (Silence on Self) in the Sahasrara (Kingdom of God)—and experiencing the Divine Wind is key to participating in the Last Judgment and Resurrection. There is absolutely no need for any existing religious rule, ritual or ruler. Please do not corrupt its purity and sacredness with any human innovation. His Holy Spirit within will perfect you for the eternal afterlife. You will bear witness to your own resurrection and your own Spirit/Self. The spiritual journey within oneself must thus never ever be contaminated by human novelties or religious doctrine! The only guide you will ever need is the Divine Mother/Holy Spirit/Devi within, the Source of Consciousness.
"'When in consequence of the advent of pure knowledge the jiva discards its limitations, then freed from every shackle it becomes illuminated.'
Although the boon of illumination is appealing to Westerners, they have many defenses against burning away ego attachments, and it is a major upheaval of consciousness to discover that many of the former interests and involvements of life have become irrelevant. There is a tendency to avoid serious consideration of the demands for change instigated by a spiritual life and to hope that 'enlightenment' is all accomplished in some nice, neat, and ... (continue)
19. "Jesus had limited what He told the disciples because of their inability to understand"
"In 14:26, Jesus says," But the Paraclete, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of all that I myself spoke to you." (14:26). The teaching ministry of the Paraclete is presented as superior to that of Jesus because the Paraclete will teach them "all things" and will remind them of "everything" that Jesus said (14:26). The Paraclete's ministry is set clearly in the future. Jesus again identifies this "Paraclete" with the Holy Spirit, whom the disciples would know from the Old Testament (Ps. 51:11; Is. 63:10,11): "But the Paraclete, the Holy Spirit—the Father will send in My name" (14:26). This sending will fulfill ... (continue)
20. The Gospel of Thomas
The Paraclete Shri Mataji "Actually, thank God they have found out now the book written by Thomas who has described Gnostic way of life, where gnya means 'to know.' In Sanskrit language, gnya means 'to know,' gnya. So he has described very nicely the gnostic life. This was the Gnostic Bible, or whatever we call it, saying about a personal experience of achieving God realization, Self-realization (baptism). It talks about Sahaja Yoga (spontaneous* salvation*) out and out."
The Messiah-Paraclete Shri Mataji
Pune, India—December 25, 1987
21. "The preachings of religion make a person dependent on priests, temples, idols, blind faith, and dogma"
"The Upanishadic literature is not a religious scripture and is free from dogma and doctrines. It is not a part of any religion but is a philosophy for all times and for all. This philosophy does not oppose any school of thought, religion, or interpretation of the scriptures, but its methods for explaining its concepts are unique. The Upanishads should not be confused with the religious books of the East; there is a vast difference between the philosophy of the Upanishads and the preachings of any of the religious scriptures of the world. In religion and religious books, there is little practicality and much theory. One is not supposed to interpret religious sayings ... (continue)
QUOTES OF THE MESSIAH-PARACLETE SHRI MATAJI
"The Self is the Spirit. This Spirit resides in the heart of every human being and is in a witness-like state. The Spirit is the projection of God Almighty, while the Kundalini is the projection of the power of God, of His desire which is the Primordial Mother, or you can call it Adi Shakti, Holy Ghost or Athena.
So the Kundalini is the projection of the Holy Ghost, while the Spirit is the projection of God Almighty. The All-pervading Power of love is the power of the Primordial Mother, which creates and evolves, and does all the living work."
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