Param Chaitanya: The All-Pervading Power of God Almighty we feel in our hands as cool vibrations

"For the first time in history, thousands and millions of human beings can become aware of the Param Chaitanya, learn how to use the vibrations, and change the world as they change themselves. This is only possible because of the birth of the Adi Shakti, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi at this time.”

Param Chaitanya: The All-Pervading Power of God Almighty we feel in our hands as cool vibrations

The all-pervading power of God is known in various traditions as the Param Chaitanya (Indian), the Ruh (Muslim), Ruach (Jewish) and the Holy Spirit (Christian).

The Param Chaitanya is the power we feel in our hands as cool vibrations.

Subtle system of Ida, Pingla and Sushumna (center) nadis

This power penetrates into every molecule. It not only pervades the entire universe, it created and sustains the universe.

The Param Chaitanya does not work in a mechanistic, scientifically-predictable way. It is the living energy of God's love. Thus, it acts to express the compassion and forgiveness of God.

As realized souls, we can invoke and direct the Param Chaitanya through our pure attention. We use the bandhan as a way to surrender problems to the Param Chaitanya.

The Param Chaitanya is the source of all forms of energy and matter. It is a conscious, compassionate power. In our subtle body, the Param Chaitanya integrates us. Each of our chakras and each of the deities who reside in the chakras are coordinated by the Param Chaitanya.


Vibrations are the most powerful force in the universe. Almost anything can be"vibrated.”We can desire that something in our attention absorbs the pure energy of divine love.

Vibrations flow from our hands to where we direct them. This can include food or water.

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Verily, verily I say unto thee, except a man born be born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God.

The Param Chaitanya acts according to our will and desire. The more we are dynamic, positive and focused on our goals, the more results can be achieved by the vibrations.


The source of the vibrations is the Adi Shakti, the primordial power. The actions of the Param Chaitanya are the expressions of The Mothering, nurturing and loving aspect of God. The more we can perceive the work of the Adi Shakti, the more profound is our blissful state of connection to God. Our everyday lives are filled with personal growth, auspiciousness and well-being.

In Sanskrit, Chaitanya is related to the word for attention, Chit. Chaitanya, or the vibrations we feel, is the attention of the Divine.

Whenever we feel burdened or exasperated by life, we can remember that in reality, we don't do anything. It is our belief that we are doing something that exhausts us.

The Param Chaitanya in fact does everything. Our evolution over time is done by the Param Chaitanya. Our growth as spiritual beings is done by the Param Chaitanya.

Animals simply obey the Param Chaitanya. Human beings are designed to be free and conscious of the workings of the Param Chaitanya.

We use our powers of desire and compassion to direct and intensify the flow of vibrations, which can be called the attention of God. When we raise the kundalini of another person, we are not doing it. The Param Chaitanya is acting, obeying our pure desire.


For the first time in history, thousands and millions of human beings can become aware of the Param Chaitanya, learn how to use the vibrations, and change the world as they change themselves. This is only possible because of the birth of the Adi Shakti, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi at this time.


Put the attention on Shri Mataji within the Sahasrara and feel the vibrations flowing from your hands and top of head.

The Great Adi Shakti Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
The Paraclete Shri Mataji
“As it is, on top of your head here, resides the God Almighty, Sadashiva. So when Kundalini touches that point your spirit gets awakened and the Light of the Spirit starts spreading and it starts acting on your central nervous system because automatically the vibration, the Chaitanya flow into your brain to enlighten your nerves.”

The Messiah-Paraclete-Ruh-Devi
Realize Your Own Divinity, Italy — May 5, 1991

"References to Kundalini awakening, also called as Self-Realization, are seen in many ancient scriptures of all the religions. But the way in which most great prophets wrote made it hard to understand exactly what they were writing about. Nothing is blatantly stated and the Truth can often be ingeniously hidden. Unless one has Self-Realization this Knowledge of the Divine could be misinterpreted. It is only with Self-Realization that one can receive the total Joy of a great soul's prediction of Sahaja Yoga.” The Messiah-Paraclete-Ruh-Devi

"The nature of the Spirit is that it is an Universal Being within every individual. As there is one God Almighty His reflection on every human heart is the same, but the reflection of the Spirit varies because of the different type of reflectors. When this Spirit, which is the source of Joy and Truth, is connected through the Kundalini the human attention becomes enlightened. Thus one knows the Absolute Truth on our central nervous system and becomes a joyous collective being. The Spirit is reflected in the heart but the seat of God Almighty is above the fontanel bone area, above the apex of the head.

After this living force of Kundalini is connected to the All-Pervading Divine Power within a human being, it starts developing the spirituality of a person. One touches the spirituality within oneself, and grows into another dimension — the Fourth One. Thus, a saintly and wise personality develops. The personality is the one which is unfolding itself naturally, spontaneously. But also by knowing how to handle this All-Pervading Power through the Knowledge of Purity one can evolve in a much faster way into that Dimension.

Once the Spirit starts shining fully in one's attention one actually becomes enlightened in the sense that one can see for oneself that one becomes one's own Guide, one becomes one's own Master. Then you don't need any guide, but you are the Master of your Self. In the past this process was limited to one or to very few persons but now a phenomena to allow en masse Realization was discovered about twenty years ago.

All such enlightened people follow a religion which is called as Vishwa Nirmala Dharma, meaning the innate Pure Religion within us. These people have actualized the enlightenment. They have actualized the baptism because they feel the Cool Breeze as Kundalini pierces through the fontanelle, and thus have become religious saints, Yogis, Yoginis, and seers — they are not like ordinary people — who know themselves within and know others in Collective Consciousness. They are the people who have achieved a state in which they know on their central nervous system that they are part and parcel of the Whole. It is not blind faith or lip service built of empty words. This is the subtle Knowledge of the Roots.

All the trees of modern civilization have grown outside. If we do not go to our roots and find out the fundamentals of our existence, these unbalanced, crazily expanded civilizations are going to be destroyed. It is very important and imminent that the world should try to take this attention towards finding out its roots. It is described in every scripture in some way or another, and has been extensively described in Indian scriptures ...

When the Kundalini is awakened the ten valances are awakened within. The religion becomes innate and our whole priorities change. For the religion in Sahaja Yoga is the Ultimate of every religion of any form. It is not limited to one religion, but it has the best of all the religions. All real religions are leading to one aim, to one goal. That goal is to achieve Self-Knowledge through our second birth. In Sanskrit language a bird is called as a Dwija — twice born — because first it is an egg, then it has second birth. In the same way a person who is enlightened and has known the Brahma is also known as Dwija.

This Dharma which is innate within us is awakened, by which they know that all the religions have come out of One Source of spirituality. Anybody might come from any religion to Sahaja Yoga. They all know that we belong to One Religion, and that is the principle of all the religions. So there is no question of fundamentalism amongst Sahaja Yogis. There is no fighting or quarreling. Everyone can see very clearly whatever religions they have followed so far, where they have deviated, and what was wrong they have been doing...

One has to understand that this Religion is the essence of all the religions. It is the only Religion that gives the real experience within oneself, which puts into one that sensitivity for spirituality which cannot be got out of any number of lectures, sermons or books. Thus a Sahaja Yogi knows and respects all the Incarnations and saints.”

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi<

“Now, the principle of Mother is in every, every scripture - has to be there.” Shri Mataji, Radio Interview 1983 Oct 01, Santa Cruz, USA

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