"I Was With Him." Shri MatajiWe can say on Guru principal Nanak Sahib came. Even in His time so many could not know their Spirit. He was breaking his head advising the people. He had taken human form but still he was not recognized. I was with Him (Guru Nanak Ji), in fact with all of Them." Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
On the evening of April 21, 1995, Kash raised his Kundalini and went into Sahaj Samadhi.
The Clear White Light shone ever so brilliantly from above the Great Adi Shakti as She sat on the Akal Thakt (Timeless Throne) in Bliss and Joy. Kash bowed to Her and all the Messengers of the Almighty Creator squatting before Shri Mahadevi in a semi-circle. They all bowed back in anjali mudra (prayerful pose) and returned the greetings.
Shri Mataji then requested that all should meditate.
When it was over Shri Mataji invited Kash to join in a meal but he declined, as he was not hungry. All present then vibrated the food and began eating.
Shri Mataji then informed Kash that Baba Nanak was also among the Messengers of God. She had to do so because of the following reasons:
For some reason all the ten Primordial Masters Shri Nanak, Abraham, Moses, Zarathustra, Confucius, Lao-tse, Socrates, Prophet Mohammed, Raja Janaka and Shri Sai Nath of Shirdi always remain invisible before the Holy Spirit of God. The rest like Shri Krishna, Shiva, Vishnu, Jesus, Ganesha and so on are always in their normal spiritual bodies.
Kash did not know or was unable to identify some of them since he was meeting these Divine Beings for the very first time. There were times when 20-30 of them meditated together and personal identification was necessary.
He did ask the Lok Mata why some of these Beings remain invisible. Her reply was that it was their desire to be in that spiritual form. (It seems there is a sort of protocol, with only the extremely ancient Divine Beings remaining visible before the Great Adi Shakti. These Cosmic Elders took part in Creation billions of years before the ten Primordial Masters descended on Earth. The latter acknowledge their deep respect for their Primordial Brethren by remaining invisible.)
Every time the Divine Unity gather for food offerings or meditation, the Great Adi Shakti always made sure that Kash knew the exact position of the Invisible Ones. This was normally done, for example, by pointing and saying that Prophet Muhammad (invisible Primordial Master) is sitting in-between Shri Ganesha and Shri Hanuman; that Guru Nanak (invisible Primordial Master) is in-between Shri Jesus and Shri Krishna, or that Lao-tse (invisible Primordial Master) occupies the gap between Shri Shiva and Vishnu. She did so daily as everybody always sat randomly in the meditation semi-circle.
Srimannagara-nayika (56th): The queen of Sri-Nagara. According to Gaudapada-Sutra, Sri-Nagara means Sri-Chakra which stands for the macrocosm Brahmanda and microcosm Pindanda and Sri-Vidya-Mantra. Hence She is the queen of all these as their presiding Deity.
Inviting the Deities
The next day on April 22, 1994 the Messengers of God were invited for a feast at Shri Mataji's place.
Shri Dadhyannasakta-hrdaya Devi agreed to take Kash along with Her to personally invite the Heavenly Hosts one by one. The Spirit of the Lord held out Her Hands and he put his open palms over them. Both levitated a few inches above the ground and began to travel across the immense Universe.
The first Deity to be invited was Shri Krishna who was just sitting in the Cosmos, with stars all around in the vast darkness of space. Shri Mataji and Kash slowed to a stop and stood on invisible ground. They bowed to Shri Krishna and extended the invitation. The Supreme One bowed down and accepted the offer.
They then traveled on and reached Mount Kailash. Shri Shiva was in deep samadhi, with a cobra twined around His neck and a trishul in His hand. They bowed to Him, exchanged greetings, and extended the invitation. The Sacred One bowed down in acceptance of the offer.
Shri Hanumanna was next. When the Great Adi Shakti and Kash reached the Abode of Shri Maruti and the Son of the Wind was meditating in His walled temple. They approached through the front entrance and walked to the Eternal Servant of Shri Rama, bowed down and exchanged greetings before extending the invitation. The Lord of the Angels bowed down in acceptance of the offer.
They then left and journeyed to Shri Ganeshas place. He was also meditating in His open-air temple, which had just four pillars and a roof. Kash noticed that there were photographs (not idols) of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Shri Shiva and Shri Krishna beside Him. They walked from the front, bowed down and exchanged greetings before extending the invitation. The Son of Shri Adhiparasakthi Shri Nirmala Devi bowed down in acceptance of the offer.
Shri Lakshmi and Shri Vishnu were visited next. They were both sitting on golden thrones in a rectangular temple, which had no walls on the sides except the back. Two pillars supported the front. (Their thrones were at the walled end.) Shri Adi Shakti walked with Kash through the front entrance, bowed to them, exchanged greetings, and extended the invitation. The Lord of Vaikuntha and His Consort bowed down in acceptance of the offer.
The Ruh of Allah and Kash then left again, this time to see Shri Buddha who was meditating in the universe. There were glittering galaxies, stars and celestial bodies all around in the vast emptiness of space. They bowed down to Him, exchanged greetings, and extended the offer. The Awakened One bowed down in acceptance of the offer.
The Primordial Mother and Kash then went to visit Shri Jesus. They approached Him as He sat meditating in the universe, just as Shri Krishna and Shri Buddha. They bowed down to Him, exchanged greetings, and extended the invitation. The Resurrected One bowed down in acceptance of the offer.
The last to be invited was Guru Nanak who was sitting on a grand chair. (Although Kash could not determine what it was made of but was sure that it was not of gold.) Both of them bowed down to Him, exchanged greetings, and extended the invitation. The Primordial Master bowed down in acceptance of the offer.
Shri Adi Shakti and Kash then returned to Her Sanctum Sanctorum of Light. Those who had been called earlier were already there, sitting in random order in a circle around the offerings.
Shri Para-mantra-vibhedini Devi as usual sat on the Eternal Throne, with Kash beside. She then requested that they meditate for a few minutes. All raised their Kundalinis collectively and went into Sahaj Samadhi for a few minutes.
After that everyone vibrated the food before commencing to eat.
This unique scene became quite humorous when the invisible Primordial Masters joined their visible Elders for the feast. Plates floated into the air and spoons scooped rice onto them, as the invisible Primordial Masters helped themselves. Ladles of dhall floated and poured their contents onto the rice, and papadams drifted up here and there before gently landing. Jugs appeared to have a life of their own and poured water into suspended steel containers. Plate-full of food traveled mid-air in all directions, abruptly stopping and coming down to a rest on the soft cloud cover.
Everyone then waited for the rest to fill their dishes. When all were ready the Divine Beings began to eat.
Food floated to mouth-level and then disappeared completely. Occasionally an invisible Being pour some yogurt onto the plate, or mixed some rice. Pieces of chappati were stripped here and there, folded to grip the ladies-fingers or scoop some lentils. Morsels of food held by invisible hands rose up and vanished without a trace.
Kash watched in fascination till the end of the feast. Except for the uniqueness of the invisible Beings eating, they were just like human beings on Earth.
Dadhyannasakta-hrdaya (512th): Fond of curds with rice.
Para-mantra-vibhedini (812th): One who destroys the inimical forces directed against Her devotees.
"Shri Mataji, Who Is This Aykaa Mayee?"
Since the day Kash informed his father that Shri Mataji had taken him to meet Guru Nanak an immediate search was undertaken. What connection did the Great Adi Shakti have with Guru Nanak who walked on Earth from AD 1469-1539?
In all his 42 years Kashs father had never heard anything about Waheguru (God Almighty) being even remotely feminine (though neither was Waheguru masculine either). Waheguru was just Waheguru: Ik Onkar (One God); Satnaam (True Divine Essence); Kartaa Purakh (Supreme Being); Nirbhao (Fearless); Nirvair (Love); Akaal Moorat (Beyond Time); Ajoonee (Unborn); Saibhang (Self-Illumined) and Gur Prasaad (attained by Grace of Enlightener.)
All these attributes pointed directly to the Great Primordial Mother whom Kash was visiting in his own Sahasrara. The most awesome sight was that the extremely dazzling Eternal Light always shone above Her, that is, She was Self-illumined at all times. This Absolute Truth was witnessed more than a thousand times by Kash, and hundreds of times by Arwinder and Lalita. Kash had also confirmed that this Light was only seen above Her, and no where else. All the mightiest of mighty Gods did not possess this Eternal Light. Still, where was the connection between Guru Nanak and the Great Supreme Spirit?
One day a religious Sikh friend Baldave Singh and his even more religious turbaned French wife Lumina came over from NDG, Montreal. They sold him two copies of Nitnaym Banees (Daily Sikh Prayers by Dr. Santokh Singh) that had translations of the Jap Jee Sahib, the opening chapter of the Shri Guru Granth Sahib.
The next day he began reading it and soon discovered a verse of the Jap Jee Sahib the Divine Essence from whence springs forth the voluminous Sri Guru Granth Sahib that startled him. Something caught his eye and upon close examination was found to be a continuous string of priceless masculine pearls somehow flawed by two feminine trinkets.
Aadays, tisai aadays. Aad aneel anaad anaahat, jug jug ayko vays.
Obeisance, obeisance to Him, the Primal, the Immaculate, without beginning, without end, constant through all ages.
Aykaa maa-ee, jugat viaaee, tin chalay parvaan.
The One Mother existed Alone in some mysterious way and She created the Three deities.
Ik sansaaree, ik bhandaaree, ik laa-ay deeban.
One was the Creator, one the Sustainer and one the Destroyer.
Jiv tis bhaavai, tivai chalaavai, jiv havai phurmaan.
The world moves as He ordains and as He pleases.
Oh vaykahi, onaa nadar na aavai, buhutaa ayho vidaan.
He see all, but no one sees Him; this is a great wonder.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib (Jap Jee Sahib)
The more he examined the more he realized that it was a case of blatant scriptural distortion and grammatical mutilation undertaken by a patriarchal hierarchy over the centuries. It was clear that all five lines should be read in the feminine and, if this was true, then the Writ of the Great Adi Shakti encompassed the entire Guru Granth! (The same Adi Shakti or Aykaa Mayee is also recited by millions of Sikhs everyday during Ardas which ends all prayers in Gurwaaras where the entire congregation stands with hands folded. The priest then recites the Ardas, literally meaning a humble petition or prayer, concluding with a supplication to the Primal Power (God Almighty) seeking grace for the good of all mankind. The Ardas recalls the blessings of the Gurus and the sacrifices made by Sikhs in the course of its history to defend their glorious faith.)
He could not believe his good fortune. He repeatedly kept reading stanza 29 of Jap Jee Sahib on page 44 (page 7 of the SGGS) to assure himself.
But how was this possible if countless others had also seen the same pearls hundreds of millions of times before him, but yet failed to detect their feminine nature? Was he the only Sikh ever to do so? Was he implying that all other Sikhs were blind, including their priests, ragis, theologians, translators and proof-readers? That would be preposterous.
But then, again, his eyes were not deceiving him, and neither was the mind. He knew exactly what he was reading. But then, again, how was it possible that no one talked about it, as if the Sikh masses were visually impaired and intellectually retarded. But then, again, millions cannot be that blind? Or was it possible in Kali Yuga (Age of Darkness) had also deluded them? But, then, again . . .
The mind kept on oscillating between doubt and Truth. The more he thought about it, the more confused he became. In the end he knew that the only way of ascertaining the Truth of this seesawing speculation of the agitated mind was through Kash.
On August 24, 1994, he was told to ask Guru Nanak to reveal who is this Aykaa Maaee, the One Mother mentioned in the Jap Jee Sahib, the fountainhead of the Guru Granth Sahib and most revered morning prayers of every religious Sikh.
"And Ask Guru Nanak What Dhyan Means"
Kash(winder Singh) was also told to inquire the meaning of dhyan, a word commonly used to mean "attention." This was done despite the fact that he never spoke any Punjabi at all, though it was his mother tongue as his parents were Sikh. (In Canada he grew up in a French and English environment.)
At 11:40 a.m. Kash sat down and went into Nirvikalpa Samadhi. The Surati (Kundalini) rose from the base of his spine through the Sushumna and opened his Dsam Duar (Brahmarandhra), and he emerged through the blue clouds of the Great Lotus Forest of the Sahasrara. He hovered in mid-air above the soft cloud cover and saw his spirit self in Samadhi beside the Eternal Throne of the Great Adi Shakti. Gently he floated down into his spiritual body, which was of the exact shape and size of his physical body, and merged into it.
He then got up and bowed to Shri Bhagavati seated on Her Golden Throne. Shri Govind (Krishna) and Shri Ganesha were sitting on both Her sides. Kash bowed to them and offered the honey-flavored milk that his father had prepared and left on the altar. The Great Adi Shakti, Shri Ganesha, and Shri Gopal (Krishna) got up and picked a glass of milk each before sitting down again. Shri Parvati Mai requested all to meditate first. They raised their Kundalinis and began meditation.
After it was over Kash asked the Great Sacred Mother if he could be taken to see Guru Nanak as he wanted to clarify something. Shri Rajarajesvari Shri Nirmala Devi agreed and stood up. After levitating him a few inches they began moving, traveling over vast expanse of space until they reached the humble home of the Primordial Guru.
After exchanging greetings and paying due respects to each other they sat on the soft ground. Kash then opened the book Nitnaam Banees that his father had bought a few days earlier, and turned to page 44 of the Nitnaam Banees.
He again asked Shri Mataji if he could ask Guru Nanak a question and She replied it was all right. He then read stanza 29 of the Jap Jee Sahib and requested Shri Adhiparasakthi Shri Nirmala Devi to ask Guru Nanak who was the Aykaa Mayee (One Mother) whom He claimed created Shri Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. Kash also requested that the meaning of dhyan, as understood by Guru Nanak, to be clarified. The highlighted text that was read reads:
"Aadays, tisai aadays. Aad aneel anaad anaahat, jug jug ayko vays.
Obeisance, obeisance to Him, the Primal, the Immaculate, without beginning, without end, Immutable through all ages.
Aykaa maa-ee, jugat viaaee, tin chalay parvaan.
(O Yogi, this thought is prevalent that) the mother (Mayaa) was conceived alone in some mysterious way and she procreated three deities.
Ik sansaaree, ik bhandaaree, ik laa-ay deeban.
(Of the Three deities) one was creator (Barmaa), one sustainer (Vishnoo), and one destroyer (Shiva) of the world.
Jiv tis bhaavai, tivai chalaavai, jiv havai phurmaan.
(But in actual fact) the world moves as He ordains and as He pleases.
Oh vaykahi, onaa nadar na aavai, buhutaa ayho vidaan.
He sees all, but no one sees Him: this is a great wonder."
Shri Mataji discussed these requests with Guru Nanak in a language he did not understand, and read the particular stanza to Him. After She had finished Guru Nanak replied, again in the same language. Shri Parat-para Shri Nirmala Devi then told Kash, "That's Me" confirming that She is the Aykaa Mayee that Guru Nanak mentioned in the Jap Jee Sahib. Shri Mataji then informed him that Guru Nanak said that dhyan meant meditation.
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi is the Aykaa Mayee of the Jap Jee Sahib This Revealed Truth is Absolute. (With this Revelation all Sikhs reciting the Jap Jee Sahib and uttering the word Aykaa Mayee will be always reminded who this One Mother is, and where She resides within them.)
All three then meditated for a short while. Kash then bowed down and thanked Guru Nanak for answering his questions, before leaving with Shri Dhyana-Gamya Shri Nirmala Devi back to the Land of Saibhang the Self-Illumined Land. There he paid his respects to Shri Aja Shri Nirmala Devi and asked for leave. As he closed his spiritual eyes his body descended through the clouds to this separatists world of Bhindrawalas and Khalistans.
Rajarajesvari (683rd): Rajas are the eight Dikpalakas and their overlords are Trimurtis Brahma, Visnu and Mahesvara. She rules over these overlords.
Parat-para (809th): The Ultimate of the Ultimate. The Trimurtis are the ultimate. She is beyond Them.
Dhyana-Gamya (641st): To be obtained by Dyana or concentrated meditation.
Aja (866th): Without birth.
Note: An excellent example of Sikh ignorance is the way Gobind and Gopal is understood, based on personal experience. All Sikhs have the highest praise for Him and sing His name with love and devotion. The naive do not even know His identity! The ignorant understand Him as Guru Gobind Singh! Those arrogant regard Him as just "Gobind" or Govind an exclusive Sikh Supreme Lord. For some reason they do not want to accept Him as Shri Krishna even if told that Gopal means Shri Krishna in Tamil! (Any Sikh may confirm this ignorance by just asking any Sikh: "Who is this Gobind and Gopal?")
As explained in previous chapters, Shri Krishna is one of the forms of the Adi Shakti and She is Shri Govindarupini i.e. of the form of Shri Govinda.
Note: The common translation of dhyan, as understood by most punjabi Sikhs, Muslims and Hindus, is attention. It is common to hear this often used word: dhyan na suni (listen with attention), dhyan na dekhi (observe with attention). Kash did not speak any Punjabi and this fact may be verified with scores of relatives/friends in Malaysia as well as Canada. Even Yogi Mahajan pointed out in March 1996 at New Delhi, India that Kash and his brother Shahwinder Singh were unsuitable for the International Sahaja Public School as they did not know any Indian language, even their own, and were advised to return to Canada. It is impossible for Kash to have known that the subtler meaning of dhyan is meditation. And yet he came with the precise meaning after obtaining the answer from Guru Nanak Himself! This proof of the Ultimate Reality of the Dasam Duar (Tenth Door) within cannot be refuted. The same goes for the Great Adi Shakti that resides there!
QUOTES OF SHRI MATAJI
Then a great personality like Guru Nanaka came on this Earth and He said that, that all these nonsensical things are not what Kundalini is: "The Kundalini is your Mother and She rises without any trouble through different Chakras."
And the one who supported Him and explained Sahaja Yoga in a very good way was the great personality of Kabira. And Kabira had described everything about Kundalini but in poetry.
But human beings have a great sense of how to twist and turn everything into something that's just the opposite. Like he talked of the Kundalini and called Kundalini as Surti. He lived in Bihar and he preached about it in Bihar; and there people called tabacco as Surti!
So you can imagine how people twist the Truth into just the opposite to call tabacco as Surti. So this has happened with every great Incarnation who came on this Earth."
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Guru Nanak Dev has made lot of references to Kundalini awakening in the Sacred Book, Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Kundalini has been referred to as Surati and Dsam Duar means Brahmarandhara or "opening of anterior fontanel area on Kundalini awakening." "
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
One day I was travelling from London and there was one Indian lady who came to see Me and she said, "I was surprised to see your disciples. Their faces were shining with such light. I've never seen any disciples like that."
I asked her, "Who are you?"
She said, "I'm married in Guru Nanak's family and all the people in his family are just the opposite to what Shri Guru Nanak was."
So I said, "Because they worship Shri Ganesha."
So she said that, "In our family nobody worships Shri Ganesh."
I said, "It cannot be possible? How is it?" They believe in the Nirakar, the formless God of Chaitanya. I said, "But who is the Source of that Chaitanya? Why don't they find out who is the Source?
So they said that Nanaka has only talked up to this point. He's not talked about the source.
I said, "Better find out. Because in this book maybe some things have been taken away."
And then somebody gave me a passage where he had described the innocence, the Deity of Shri Ganesha also. He had described that the whole creation was done by the Mother and not by the Father. Its very surprising because [-] is for people who don't believe in the forms of God, always talk of Father, not of the Mother. It is true also about Christianity, also about Islam, also about the Jews."
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Ganesha Puja, September 10, 1995, Cabella Italy
ADDITIONAL QUOTESThe energy channels of the Ida, Pingala and Shushmana:
These three dwell in one place.
This is the true place of confluence of the three sacred rivers:
This is where my mind takes its cleansing bath.
O Saints, the Immaculate Lord dwells there;
How rare are those who go to the Guru, and understand this.
The all-pervading immaculate Lord is there.
What is the insignia of the Divine Lords dwelling?
The unstruck sound current of the Shabad vibrates there.
There is no moon or sun, no air or water there.
The Gurmukh becomes aware, and knows the Teachings.
Spiritual wisdom wells up, and evil-mindedness departs;
The nucleus of the mind sky is drenched with Ambrosial Nectar.
One who knows the secret of this device meets the Supreme Divine Guru.
The Tenth Gate is the home of the inaccessible, infinite Supreme Lord.
Above the store is a niche, and within this niche is the commodity.
One who remains awake, never sleeps.
The three qualities and the three worlds vanish in the state of Samadhi.
He takes the Beej Mantra, the Seed Mantra, and keeps it in his heart.
Turning his mind away from the world, he focuses on the cosmic void of the absolute Lord.
He remains awake, and he does not lie.
He keeps the five sensory organs under his control.
He cherishes in his consciousness the Gurus Teachings.
He dedicates his mind and body to the Lords Love.
He considers his hands to be the leaves and branches of the tree.
He does not lose his life in the gamble.
He plugs up the source of the river of evil tendencies.
Turning away from the west, he makes the sun rise in the east.
He bears the unbearable, and the drops trickle down within;
Then, he speaks with the Lord of the world.
The four-sided lamp illuminates the Tenth Gate.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib
(Raamkalee, Word of Banee Ji, p. 974)
Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva were worshipped as gods; they were known as Trinity. They represented three processes of life going as in nature: creation, preservation and destruction, respectively... they represent certain natural powers that ensue from God.
"Brahma, Vishnu and Siva, too are contained in Him, the One." (3. Adi Granth, p. 908)
"O God, Thou art my Father, my Mother, Thou art my kin, my brother,
When Thou art my Protector everywhere, why should I fear, O, Dear." (2. Adi Granth, p. 104)
Pritam Singh Gill, The Trinity of Sikhism
Sanskrit word dhyana, derived from the verbal root dhyai ("to contemplate, meditate, think"), is the most common designation both for the meditative state of consciousness and the yogic techniques by which it is induced. The Vedanta tradition also employs the terms nididhyasana, which stems from the same verbal root, upasana (literally "dwelling upon"), and bhavana (literally "cultivating"). The term dhyana is widely used to refer to the contemplative process that prepares the ground for the ecstatic state (samadhi), though occasionally the term is also employed to signify that superlative state of consciousness.
"At the time when Guru Nanak appeared on the threshold of history the state of Hinduism was utterly deplorable. The caste system had killed all freedom. The Hindus were so degraded that they fell an easy prey to servility and self-abasement, had lost all self-respect. As many as sixty foreign invasions of India had taken place between the 11th century and the birth of Guru Nanak. For a long time, more than conquering the country to rule over it, the invaders came to loot and convert the Hindus to Islam. Those who resisted were massacred and the marauders seemed to believe that there was a religious sanction for this. Therefore, they had no compunction in committing the worst of crimes against those they called Kafirs or pagans. Hindus worshipped idols, believed in ritualism and all sorts of superstitions. The essence of religion was entirely forgotten. This was equally true of the Muslims, who too had degenerated. The administration was corrupt at every level. Bribery and unfair means were the order of the day. Guru Nanak has described contemporary tyrannical reigns in the most telling manner - thus:
"Kaliyga is like a dagger
Kings are butchers
Righteousness has taken wings and fled.
In the black night of deceit
The moon light of truth is nowhere to be traced
I am lost in the search;
I find no way out of darkness.
Afflicted with ego, I wail in sorrow,
Says Nanak, how may I attain deliverance?"
It was indeed a tough era. It is said that when evil exceeds all limits, God takes pity on His creation and sends a Messiah to show light to the people. Thus was born Guru Nanak...
Guru Nanak although born in a Hindu family, was recognised early as a prophet by a Muslim satrap. His companions were Mardana, a Muslim and Bala, a Hindu. Guru Nanak traveled over nearly the whole of southern Asia, such as in Tibet, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Iraq, Persian Gulf and Afghanistan. He was therefore a missionary in the truest sense of the word. His whole life was a life of message. He traveled over a greater part of land than any prophet has ever done in the world. And when we consider the difficulties of moving about, the hardness of times, and the diversity of political, social and religious regions, through which he had to pass during his travels, we cannot but marvel at the energy and patience with which he adapted himself to the ever changing forces of his time.
Turning away from materialism, I have found intuitive support.
I have entered into the sky of the mind, and opened the Tenth Gate.
The chakras of the coiled Kundalini energy have been opened, and I have met my Sovereign Lord without fear.
Sri Guru Granth Sahib
(Raamkalee, Second House, p. 972.)