Henna homage to a Sufi saint
A Pakistani girl with her hands painted with henna, prays at a shrine to Sufi Madhu Lal Shah Hussain during his annual festival in Lahore, Pakistan.
Globe and Mail (Monday, Mar. 26, 2012) Note: The beautiful henna design reflects her deep faith in just a Sufi saint. It is a most admirable trait as she is still far from the Divine Guru. But what type of faith and disciples does the Divine Guru have?
The AUM initiative: Preserving the image of Shri Mataji and Sahaja Yoga on the Internet
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
9.0 Reference to Shri Mataji on Blogs, Public forums, Sites and Groups Shri Mataji is simplicity personified. Her language, Her demeanor and Her nature reinforce the simplicity aspect, which is why even communication about Her needs to be easy to read.
When describing Shri Mataji, care should be taken to avoid any kind of association of the following terminology
. Religious or cult leader
. Religious leanings / ideas
. Any viewpoint or statement of Shri Mataji against any known figure or event or any popular practice.
Shri Mataji's reference and description is solely for the purposes of conveying our love for our Mother between yogis. But for non-yogis such terminology can be considered as blasphemy and thus should be avoided.
The problem is it that not all are ready for the real knowledge and we face the risk of repelling them even before
they have a chance to find out about Sahaja Yoga and Self-Realization.