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"... you cannot know the meaning of your life until you are connected to the power that created you...."
- H. H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
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The Advent

This book proposes and describes a new category of perception ("vibratory awareness") beyond thought, feelings or instinct, by which all kinds of absolute questions are answered. This awareness itself thinks, organizes and loves. It balances, neutralises and heals human problems, and relates man to the Divine. In different scriptures it has been named as Divine breath or the flood of bliss. It is innate in every human being, though unconscious for most. Great prophets and founders of different world religions preached the life style which would optimize marVs awakening to its conscious knowledge ("self-realization", "second birth", "mukti"). Divine incarnations who came on earth at different stages of man's evolution prepared the setting for its manifestation on a mass scale as the phenomenon of "collective consciousness". Her Holiness Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, a mother and grandmother, was born at Chindwara, a small hill station in central India, on 21 March 1923. Many thousands of disciples now practise Her technique of "Sahaja Yoga", meaning inborn technique, by which their lives have been transformed. Individually and collectively they are fulfilled, and have become dynamic, compassionate and wise, through the implementation of vibratory awareness in their daily lives. They are ordinary householders and citizens. Their model and teacher is their Divine Mother - HH Shri Mataji - an extremely loving, simple intelligent, frank and genuine personality. This book is about Her Advent and Her message.
The last section of the book takes Western readers through a breathtaking survey of the world's religious, philosophical and political ideas, exposing the historical necessity of Sahaja Yoga, which provides the "epistemological breakthrough" that resolves and integrates their apparent conflicts. Finally, the author confronts the false assumptions which could hinder the acceptance and flowering of this integration in modern human societies.
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