Sahaja Yoga Experiences

Sahaja Yoga Experiences

Memories of encounters and experiences with H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

About Sahaja Yoga Experiences

Sahaja Yoga Experiences is dedicated to Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, by all those who have been blessed to meet Her in person. It is a site which gives Sahaja Yogis an opportunity to tell others about their experiences. Read here re-collections of memories and encounters with Shri Mataji and the practice of Sahaja Yoga. Find out about Her life, and enjoy pictures taken over more than three decades in five continents.

The entries are based on the series of Books “Eternally Inspiring Recollections of our Holy Mother” edited by Linda Williams and published by Nirmalinfosystems & Technologies Pvt.Ltd, Pune India. The Books are available from Amazon.

If you are a Sahaja Yogi and have more memories and stories to share, please post them as comments or send them to [email protected]. Maybe you can also find photographs that go along with the stories?

To find a Sahaja Yoga meditation center in your country, see our worldwide list.

Enjoy!

I am here for you

In December 1984 I was taking part in the annual tour of India with Shri Mataji and about two hundred Sahaja Yogis. I had been very struck by the enormous respect and adoration in which the Indian Sahaja Yogis held Shri Mataji. In Vaitarna, a village some distance from Mumbai, …

Bring her along!

The first time I saw Shri Mataji was in Her house at Jeevan Jyot, Mumbai, in about 1971 or ’72. I was a schoolgirl of about eleven at the time. Shri Mataji used to invite people to the house. My mother went to see Shri Mataji quite a few times …

This is Nirmal Vidya

Shri Mataji would explain how we have to remain in the collectivity and behave as Sahaja Yogis. She always gave and is giving importance to meditation. She made all of us meditate and one by one put attention on all the chakras. This Mooladhara and then you go upwards and …

Slowly it Settled

Shri Mataji opened the Sahasrara at Nargol in 1970. I am not one of the initial eleven disciples, out of which hardly one or two are living now. I was one of the second batch, so to say, in 1973. In those days we had programs every day. We used …