“Papa, Yesterday I Saw Sri Mataji.”

“Lalita did talk a number of times about her mystical experiences. For example she told her father on May 13th, 1998, at 10.20 a.m. that whenever she meditates with other members of her family, all of them are also there. She explained that the previous evening she saw her father, mother and brother (Arwinder) sitting and meditating along with her before Shri Mataji in her Sahasrara. Lalita was in fact talking about what she kept seeing in her Sahasrara during numerous meditation sessions. In other words, this is a daily occurrence during meditation and she witnesses the Great Divine Mother within herself every day.”

Lalita
Lalita Kaur was a boon bestowed by the Great Adi Shakti to Kash upon his request for a sister. Lalita's very presence in her mother's womb in July 1993 began reversing the decadent life of her father and set in motion the revelations of Devi, the Divine Mother.

On the evening of March 30, 1998, Kash's father went to the Angrignon Shopping mall with Lalita Kaur to purchase Madonna's Ray of Light and Yanni's Tribute.

At around 9.40 p.m. on the same day Lalita, only a few days shy of her fourth birthday, was playing with her father while Shahwinder was on the computer nearby.

Then, without being asked anything, she declared the Truth for the very first time to her family. Outside the Paramchaitanya reacted with blasts of thunder and streaks of lightning as Lalita spoke these words:

Lalita: “Papa, yesterday I saw Shri Mataji.”

Question: “Yes! You saw Shri Mataji?!!!"

Lalita: (Nods head affirmatively and her father gets pen and paper.)

Question: “What did Shri Mataji do to you?”

Lalita: “I took the flowers and give to Shri Mataji.”

Question: “So you took the flowers and gave to Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: “Yup.”

Question: “How many flowers?”

Lalita: “Seven flowers.”

Question: “You mean you counted the flowers?”

Lalita: “Yup.”

Question: “And where was Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: “In my head.”

Question: “Where was Shri Mataji, on a chair or what?”

Lalita: “She sit on a chair.”

Question: “Did Shri Mataji talk to you?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “What did She ask you?”

Lalita: “I don't know" (i.e. remember.)

Question: “How many times did you saw Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: “Seven times! You writing the numbers or not?”

Question: “When you saw Shri Mataji were you sleeping or not sleeping?” (Her father asked this question to rule out dreams.)

Lalita: “Not sleeping.”

Question: “Were there any other people around?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “Did you see anybody with an elephant head?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “You are sure you saw somebody with an elephant head?”

Her brother, Shahwinder, joins in

Shahwinder: “You saw somebody with elephant head?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Father: “Were there many people down with Shri Mataji?”

Lalita nods in agreement as huge streaks of lightning and massive burst of thunderclaps begin blasting the night outside. It was as if the Paramchaitanya was confirming that it too was bearing witness to the Truth!

Question: “What were they doing?”

Lalita: “Taking the flowers for Shri Mataji. Why you tell me so many questions?

Question: “Is Shri Mataji's place dark or light, or bright?”

(Lalita did not understand.)

“Was it like morning or night?”

Lalita: “Morning.”

Question: “Did you see anybody blue or not? Blue color?”

Lalita: “No.”

Question: “O.K. You tell how the people were like?”

(Lalita was unable to answer.)

“What were you doing when Shri Mataji came to see you?”

(Lalita was again unable to answer this question also.)

“You are sure you saw Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “O.K., Lalita, I want to ask you again. Are you very sure you saw Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: (Nods affirmatively)

Question: “Do all of you meditate with Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “Do you also meditate with Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “O.K. Is the place where you sit down hard or soft?”

Lalita: “Soft, everything is soft.”

Question: “You like the place?”

Lalita: “Yup.”

Question: “Why?”

Lalita: “Because.”

(Lalita used to give this answer whenever she was unable or found it difficult to explain certain things, a sort of non-answer answer that she picked up from a cartoon series.)

Question: “Do you have a bindi that time?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Note: “The bindi is a small ornamental dot placed at the center of the forehead, between the eyes. The word itself is derived from the Sanskrit bindu, meaning dot. Metaphysically speaking, it is the dimensionless point of infinite potential from which has originated all manifested existence. It is further said to signify the mystical third eye, an invisible organ of spiritual perception and second sight, traditionally said to be situated at a point little above the place where the eyebrows meet. It is regarded as the channel of supreme wisdom and sublime intuition, and is said to confer divine knowledge.” (www.exoticindiaart.com)

Question: “Who put the bindi?”

Lalita: “Shri Mataji.”

Question: “Where She put the bindi?

Lalita: “Here"(pointing to forehead.)

Question: “Do you eat something there?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “Is Shri Mataji young or old?”

Lalita: “Young.”

Question: “Is Shri Mataji beautiful or not?”

Lalita: “Beautiful.”

Question: “More beautiful than you?”

Lalita: “Yup.”

Question: “Are there other girls down there?”

Lalita: “Yup.”

Question: “Are they also beautiful?”

Lalita: “Yup.”

Question: “Did they talk to you?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “How old are you when you are with them? Like now, or bigger, or how?”

Lalita: “Bigger.”

Question: “You mean you are bigger than now?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “Bigger than Sabrina?” (Lalita's eight-year-old cousin sister now in Toronto)

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “Bigger than Navinder?” (Lalita's fifteen-year-old friend now in Vancouver)

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “You say you are bigger than Navinder also?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “You mean when you are with Shri Mataji you are not three-years-old?”

Lalita: “No.”

Question: “Lalita, are you sure you are older when you are with Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: “Bigger.”

Question: “You like Shri Mataji?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “Why?”

Lalita: “Because.”

Question: “Does Shri Mataji have a 'sun' above Her head?”

Lalita: “Yes.”

Question: “You can look at this 'sun'?”

Lalita: “Yup.”

Question: “You mean it don't hurt your eyes?”

Lalita: “No.”

Question: “You mean it don't hurt your eyes at all?”

Lalita: “No.”

Father: “Thank you Lalita.”

These Revelations caught her father completely by surprise as Lalita was too young — still three years old but a few days shy of her fourth birthday! There was no way she could have known what she was talking about unless she had a genuine spiritual experience.

How many humans experienced being older than their present age? How many can look at an extremely bright light, far brighter than our sun, and yet claim it does not hurt their eyes? How many have ever entered the Kingdom of the Almighty Creator within, which is the microcosm of all existing outside and beyond this infinite universe?

This is the first and only Revelation of the Sahasrara by Lalita Kaur that is recorded verbatim, although she did subsequently talk about it occasionally (examples in next paragraphs). Unless extremely important corroboration was required, no further attempts were made to question her. Her father felt that there was overwhelming evidence of the Divine World of Reality, and there was no need for more overlapping proof. It would be frivolous to ask Lalita to confirm what had already been firmly established by her brothers. Moreover, there was no more desire for new Revelations about Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi or the Kingdom of God. Five years of questioning and constant cross- examinations of Kash and Arwinder had satiated his thirst for Knowledge.

Lalita Kaur
Lalita Kaur, three years-old

Note: Lalita did talk a number of times about her mystical experiences. For example she told her father on May 13th, 1998, at 10.20 a.m. that whenever she meditates with other members of her family, all of them are also there. She explained that the previous evening she saw her father, mother and brother (Arwinder) sitting and meditating along with her before Shri Mataji in her Sahasrara.

Lalita was in fact talking about what she kept seeing in her Sahasrara during numerous meditation sessions. In other words, this is a daily occurrence during meditation and she witnesses the Great Divine Mother within herself every day.

For instance on November 30, 1998, at 11.05 a.m. as Lalita was helping her mother set up the Christmas tree she (Lalita) exclaimed that the Christmas tree she had seen with Shri Mataji was even "more beautiful.”

Apparently she was referring to the Christmas celebrations being held in the Kingdom of God simultaneously as that at her home. And she added,” Mary Jesus and Shri Ganesha also made the Christmas tree.” (What she meant was that they helped to decorate the Christmas tree.)

But what she is witnessing is far subtle than is grasped by ordinary minds. Lalita is simply saying that whenever anyone meditates before the Great Adi Shakti, he or she is also meditating before Her infinite Self in their own Sahasraras.

On July 23, 1998, at 10.15 a.m. her father, in order to clarify this point, was forced to pose this question to her,” Lalita, when you meditate and see papa and mummy there, is Shri Mataji in a photograph or really there?” She replied instantly,” Really there.”

This is the Kingdom of God on Earth that Lord Jesus Christ proclaimed 2,000 years ago. Shri Jesus said that humans will know the Truth which will set them free — free from the power-orientated religious institutions to become masters of their own destiny. These liberated humans will seek the Kingdom of God that lies within the depths of their own beings and learn to evolve into spirit beings! Who thinks that manmade Idols — the temples, churches, synagogues, mosques, gurdwaras, and shrines — will survive this century?

Not even a single guardian of any religious regime over millennia has ever reached such enlightenment as that bestowed by the Maha-Devi, the Shakti of All. In the entire history of human spiritualism there has never been anything that even vaguely resembles such superconscious clarity.

All these are undeniable spiritual proofs that Shri Nirmala Devi did open the Sahasrara Chakra on May 5, 1970 for the benefit of humankind. Human beings are just stirring to the first Light of the Age of Aquarius “When the All-Pervading Power of God, the Divine Power of God, is going to work out many things, and the essence of it is that it is going to work out the transformation of human beings.” Humans will discover the glory of their own beings, and there will be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

Lalita on her way to school
Lalita Kaur, six years-old

Note: On September 18, 1998 Lalita was asked if Shri Mataji wore shoes and the reply was She did. Her father told her to be sure and the reply was affirmative. He knew that she had made a mistake and probably had not observed Her Feet properly.

The next day at 9.10 a.m. Lalita, just after meditation, told her father that Shri Mataji did not have any shoes. This time she confirmed that the Great Adi Shakti was barefooted in her Sahasrara. (Lalita was never asked to find out).

Her brother Arwinder, who had also finished meditating, casually added,” Shri Mataji has no shoes.”

Lalita's father, solely for the sake of positive proof, asked her why was she sure this time. Lalita replied,” When I meditate with Her I can see She has no shoes.” In other words Lalita had just found out this fact after going into her Sahasrara during meditation a few minutes earlier.

Her father asked,” You looked at Her Feet?” Lalita replied that she did.

On August 30, 2002 at 12.05 p.m. Lalita, as she was having lunch with her father and talking about Shri Mataji, made this comment: “It is kind of like there are three Matajis — one Mother up there, one Mother on Earth and one Mother inside you.”



The Great Adi Shakti Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
“These are special times, as Blossom Times, and so many of you who were seekers before — seeking Truth all over, going to Himalayas, standing on your heads, fasting, doing all kinds of renunciations, everything — now have taken birth and are normal people, householders. This was all promised that such thing will happen. Only with such people Sahaja Yoga will work out.

So, I would say, whole thing is a Plan which has worked out. You all took your birth at this special moment. Even if you see the position of stars and all that you can see clearly how everything has clicked together. It all a Divine Plan, but in your case it is your own decision because we are human beings and you have been given freedom to choose. It's your own decision to take to Sahaja Yoga.

This is the time when there are billions and billions of seekers. Seekers are banging their heads all round. When I listen to the stories of the Sahaja Yogis who came to Sahaja Yoga, I am really astounded the way they were at it, the way they worked hard, the way they did everything, whatever the false gurus told them, whatever the books told them. They ransacked the libraries, everything and were so desperate for it.

This has come from your last lives — that you are seekers, but you have been seekers also of the same type in your last lives and you took birth now, at this moment with your decision, and you have to come to this Earth. Maybe you are not aware of it.”

Shri Mukti-Rupini Devi
Satya Yuga, New Delhi, India — March 20, 1993

(Mukti-Rupini [737th]: The form of liberation. The Supreme Knowledge which liberates the devotee.)




“For us in this day and age, the knowledge locked within these Ancient religions and schools is difficult to grasp, being conveyed to people of a different time, through myths, legends, symbols, parables or being fragmented or in some cases altered.

Modern Gnosis takes us back to the source, so that through inner experience we can see the true meaning of what was written or portrayed.

In ancient times, the knowledge was not generally given directly to the masses of people but was contained within those symbols and stories, there were secret Esoteric schools where the knowledge was given, to those who were willing or capable of understanding it, but who were few in number.

Christianity for example, worked on two levels, the Gnostic and the Orthodox, one Esoteric and one public. The disciples of Jesus had access to the hidden inner meaning of symbols and teachings, they were Gnostics, true Esotericists, rather than believers, they were the group from which orthodox Christianity was formed, they took symbols literally and were given teachings in parables.

This was illustrated by Jesus in Matthew 13 verses 10 - 14“The disciples came to him and asked,” Why do you speak to the people in parables?” he replied,” The knowledge of the secrets of the kingdom of heaven has been given to you, but not to them. Whoever has will be given more, and he will have an abundance. Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him. This is why I speak to them in parables: though seeing, they do not see; though hearing, they do not hear or understand.”

The Gnostics sought and had a personal connection or experience with divinity. The public branch of Christianity which would later become the orthodoxy eventually rejected them. This doctrinal branch accused the Gnostics of blasphemy for numerous reasons, including their claims to have more than a simple belief in the divine - but rather, an experience of it. The Gnostics eventually vanished as a movement as orthodox Christianity persecuted and murdered them.

As with most ancient holy texts, the Gnostics wrote in symbolic form. The texts include many gospels not included in the conventional bible. As recently as 1945, new texts have been discovered which were created by the Gnostics, such as the collection of works known as 'The Nag Hammadi Library', named after the Egyptian origin of its discovery. These particular writings have become a source of wonder for many historians, theologians and even psychologists.

The numerous esoteric texts indicate a very intimate and direct connection with the Divine. In reading them, one is struck by a prevailing purpose to human life, an intense reality that is behind the film of existence. There is much importance placed on the knowledge (gnosis) of oneself, as a way to understand the immortal truth behind fleeting human life. It is stated strongly in the texts that humans 'do not know themselves', and that if they wish to know the mysteries of the universe, of life and of death, they must endeavour to 'know themselves'.

In one of the texts found at Nag Hammadi 'The Gospel of Thomas the Contender' Jesus says to Thomas,” Now since it has been said that you are my twin and true companion, examine yourself that you may understand who you are, in what way you exist, and how you will come to be. Since you are called my brother, it is not fitting that you be ignorant of yourself..... For he who has not known himself has known nothing, but he who has known himself has at the same time already achieved knowledge about the depth of the all.”

Ancient teachings often concentrate on similar issues, one of the most important of which is the improvement of oneself, as a means of spiritual development. For example, the Christians talk of the removal of sin from within us, the Buddhists speak of the same thing, the Muslims and Hindus also hold these ideas in their own texts. In fact, we can easily find references to the improvement of an individual, as a means to spiritual growth, in almost all the olden traditions....

Gnostics have always considered belief to be inferior to individual experience. When people are able to directly encounter spiritual phenomenon by themselves, belief plays a minor role in a person's life, making way for a solid base of extraordinary experience.”

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“As a thousand sparks from a fire well blazing spring forth, each one like the rest, so from the Imperishable all kinds of beings come forth, my dear, and to Her return.

Divine and formless is the Person; She is inside and outside, She is not begotten, is not breath or mind; Utterly pure, farther than the farthest Imperishable.

From Her springs forth the breath of life, the power of thought and all the senses, space, wind, light, and water, and earth, the great supporter of all.

Fire is Her head, the sun and moon Her eyes, the compass points Her ears. The revealed Vedas are Her word. The wind is Her breath, Her heart is the all. From Her feet proceeded the earth. In truth, She is the inner atman of all beings.

From Her comes fire with its fuel, the sun; From the moon comes rain, thence plants on the earth. The male pours seed into the female; Thus from the Person creatures are born.

From Her come hymns, songs, and sacrificial formulas, Initiations, sacrifices, rites, and all offerings. From Her come the year, the sacrificer, and the worlds in which the moon shines forth, and the sun.

From Her take their origin the numerous Gods, the heavenly beings, men, beasts, and birds, the in-breath and the out-breath, rice and barley, ascetic fervor, faith, truth, purity, and law.

From Her take their origin the seven breaths, the seven flames, their fuel, the seven oblations; From Her these seven worlds in which the breaths are moving each time seven and hidden in secret.

From Her come the oceans, from Her the mountains, from Her come all plants together with their juices — With all beings She abides as their inmost atman.

The Person is all this — Work, ascetic fervor, Brahman, supreme immortality. Who knows that which is hidden in the secret cave, he cuts here and now, my dear, the knot of ignorance.”

Mundakopanisad II, 1, 1-10





“Our exile has not only been from the Goddess, but also from Nature. It is not surprising, considering that most Westerners live apart from their environment, protected by concrete roadways, consuming machine-processed foods and filled with media information to the detriment of the experience of our own senses. The seasons go by unnoticed, we seldom touch the earth, eat fresh food or observe the world personally — media input and journalism provide our informational diet. The sacred is a forgotten dimension in our society which we ignore at our peril.

Earth-honoring is an integral part of the native traditional religions, who have never deviated from a vision of the whole of creation as sacred. As we begin slowly — perhaps too slowly — to assess this primal nurture, we realize that the native traditions have much wisdom to teach us, and this may, in turn, stimulate our own.

Maybe the return of the Goddess among us heralds the marriage of humanity with Nature, the necessary resacralization which must precede any marriage between humanity and the Divine....

The current ecological trend has alarmed many traditionalists who see it as endangering the real business of spirituality — that of saving the soul. Let them be assured: global restatement of the earth's holiness can only enhance the human spiritual vocation.

The native spiritualities of the world point the way in which we might approach our earth-honouring and make relations of the whole creation. In 1890, 153 native Americans gathered together to perform a Ghost Dance to gain a vision of a world healed of the evil works of white civilization. Their massacre is remembered by white Westerners as the Battle of Wounded Knee. One hundred years later, a group of white people of assorted spiritual allegiance gathered outside the U.S. Embassy in Grosvenor Square, London, to re-enact the Lakota ceremony of 'Making of Relatives', in memory of Wounded Knee. At the ceremony's heart was this invocation: Grandmother Earth, hear us!
The two-legged, the four-legged, the winged and all that move upon You and Your children.
With all beings and all things we shall be relatives; just as we are related to You, O Mother, so we shall make a peace with one another and shall be related to them.
May we walk with love and mercy upon the path which is holy!
O Grandmother and Mother, help us in making relatives and a lasting peace here!

This is truly the work of the New Isis — the Sophianic re-assembling of earth-wisdom, scraps of whose garment blow about the world in rags and tatters of glory. We may be privileged to live through this time and see, if not Sophia unveiled, a glimpse of her doxa. The native traditions teach us that without a whole view of the world, we can be both presumptuous and stupid — the complete reverse of wise.”

Caitlín Matthews, Sophia: Goddess of Wisdom
The Aquarian Press, 1992, p. 326-27.





902) Sri Vijnana-Kalana

— The Knower.
— The Perceiver.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



907) Sri Tattvamayi

— The Mother of the Ultimate State of Consciousness.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



911) Sri Sadasiva-Kutumbini

— The Matriarch of His Family.
— The Matriarch of Creation.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



920) Sri Sadodita

— Ever Present in minds of devotees.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



925) Sri Kaulini-Kevala

— The Power behind Time.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



934) Sri Visva-Mata

— The Measurer of the Universe.
— The Saksi of the Universe.
— The Witness of the Universe.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



935) Sri Jagaddhatri

—The Sustainer of the Universe.
—The Protector of the Universe.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



938) Sri Pragalba

— The Most Powerful.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



939) Sri Paramodara

— Of Supreme Generosity.
— The One who readily responds to the prayers of Her devotees.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



940) Sri Paramoda

— The Form of the Ultimate Bliss of Realization.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



952) Sri Sasvataisvarya

— Having the Eternal Kingdom.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



960) Sri Lokatita

— Seated above Sahasrara or Sadashiva- Loka in body.
— Transcends all Universes.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



963) Sri Samatmika

— The Essence of Peace.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



965) Sri Bala

— The First Movement towards Creation.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



980) Sri Jnanagamya

— Reached only by Knowledge.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



991) Sri Sadadhvatita-rupini

— Transcending all 6 Paths of reaching the Ultimate.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



995) Sri Sarvanullanghya Sasana

— Whose command none i.e., not even Trimurtis can transgress.

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)



1000) Sri Lalitambika

— The Mother Sri Lalita.
—"Since The Mother transcends the universe She sports, She is said to be Sri Lalita.” (Padma Purana)

Sri Lalita Sahasranama
(Sri Lalita Sahasranama, C. S. Murthy, Ass. Advertisers and Printers, 1989.)






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