A love that calls

by Rekha Murali, Chennai, India

Mohanji speaks about unconditional love that sets us free. But can this pure love be a calling between a Guru and his follower? In my experience, it is true to the happiness of all concerned.

Recently, Mohanji was in Chennai, where I live in southern India. He was on a private visit, and I heard from someone about his impending visit. Fortunately, a day before his arrival, I got official confirmation that he was visiting Chennai and wanted to visit the Mohanji Ka Aangan in Chennai. 

My joy knew no bounds, and I immediately started preparing for this visit. It seemed like a dream, although I deeply yearned to have Mohanji set foot in the Aangan and bless the beautiful girls there.

Mohanji Ka Aangan in Chennai was inaugurated in 2021 with Mohanji’s blessings, although I have been associated with this shelter for homeless girls for more than five years. Most girls here are children of poor single parents/homeless, or abandoned. A couple of us (volunteers) have been regularly meeting the girls, teaching them yoga and shlokas and doing some activities to enhance their learning, such as handcrafts, language activities and games. Besides this, we celebrate all important events together, such as Mohanji’s birthday, Guru Purnima, Ammucare day and other festivals during which the kids are treated to delectable food and new clothing.

Currently, this shelter houses 27 girls. During each visit, the girls eagerly ask if they would get to meet Mohanji. My reply was to always connect deeply and lovingly with him, pulling Mohanji to Chennai with their love. The kids were all given Mohanji’s picture cards, with which some of them connected deeply with Mohanji.

On November 6th, 2022, we celebrated Ammucare day at the Aangan along with Sulosh Pillay from ACT Foundation, South Africa. The girls again voiced their desire to meet Mohanji at the Aangan. I then narrated the recent accident that Mohanji was in and asked them to chant the Mohanji Gayatri. Then all of us sat in silence and prayed for his well-being and also set a deep intention that he should visit us at the Chennai Aangan. We recorded a video inviting him to Chennai. Sulosh shared this with Mohanji. The celebrations continued that day, and soon all was forgotten as we went about our daily activities.

A few days later, on November 25th, to the happy surprise of all, Mohanji did visit the Aangan. It was a pleasant, beautiful evening filled with joy and smiles. Till they set eyes on Mohanji, the children could not believe that they were actually going to meet Mohanji in his physical form. The excitement in the air was palpable, and the children were dressed in their best clothes and eagerly looked forward to his visit.

Mohanji was greeted with the sound of drums performed beautifully and in unison by some girls. Then we welcomed him with a garland and arati. Everyone assembled in a cosy place, and some of the children offered their pranaams to Mohanji. The kids had just returned from school, and Mohanji sensing their hunger, suggested they be given something to eat first.

After a sumptuous snack with two types of cakes, a vegetable puff and a drink, the kids performed two beautiful dances. It was also the birthday of one of the volunteers travelling with Mohanji. So it was a double celebration. The girls wanted an individual photo with Mohanji while receiving their goody bags. The kids enjoyed themselves as it was a casual get-together, and they connected with all the volunteers freely. I shared with Mohanji about the prayers of the children. Mohanji only nodded and smiled as he knew it all.

When Mohanji decided to leave, there were beaming smiles and hearts filled with gratitude and love. Everybody was content and joyous. In that hour and a half, everyone basked in the aura of Mohanji.  

This entire event had me thinking. It was unbelievable that Mohanji visited this small Aangan in Chennai, as there seemed little likelihood of this happening. In our small Mohanji family in Chennai, the possibility of Mohanji visiting seemed unlikely. Most of us do meet Mohanji in other locations and retreats.

So the only logical conclusion for this unexpected and beautiful visit could be the pure love of the children. This pure love between Mohanji and the kids was palpable, and the Guru could not resist the pining call of the children. And through this gesture, Mohanji fulfilled many desires of the volunteers too! Where the call is pure and unconditional, the Guru feels bound to answer that call.

Mohanji has been visiting many places in India despite a massive setback in his health and filling the hearts of people he meets with joy and contentment. Only he knows the purpose of each visit and meeting. But one thing is for sure – He does his job.

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 5th December 2022

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Lessons living with Mohanji – Days 177 & 178

by Christopher Greenwood

Day 177 – The unreal can seem real!

Yesterday, a podcast was released from Mohanji, wherein he spoke about these times, which are in the time of kaliyuga. During these times, the real can seem unreal, and the unreal, real. Many people believe that they are connecting to Mohanji’s consciousness deeply and some have even claimed to be channeling Mohanji, or that Mohanji is sitting next to them. Often, this is more of a projection of their own minds or a manipulation from something else. For some people, this has caused confusion, as they’re seemingly getting messages from Mohanji, but actually, it’s something else.

This can become a trap. Because more often than not, what is being spoken about is in complete contradiction to what Mohanji would actually say, or from what he teaches. This can actually derail people from the path. The best thing to do is double-check with official channels via email. We have the help desk, which is manned by ācāryas, or the individual could even contact an ācārya directly.

Having spent some time with Mohanji, although I haven’t experienced this myself, I’m aware that it’s possible for entities to take the form of someone’s chosen connection, in their dreams, and speak to them. They have a manipulative nature; they have a purpose or an agenda for doing this. One story was about a lady. I think she had been suffering many problems in her life, lots of difficulties and negativities. She said that one evening, Mohanji had appeared in her dream and they were discussing things and she was sharing all the troubles and problems in her life. In the dream, Mohanji had said, “Okay, all your problems or your negativities are because of your cat. Your cat is causing this, so you should kill the cat.” Now Mohanji would never say anything like this. He would never ever suggest killing another being. Thankfully, this lady spoke about it and clarified the situation. When I heard that story, I couldn’t believe it at first, but there is a possibility that entities could come in whatever chosen form it is, of connection and share information, advice or request something.

There was another example of this related to Sathya Sai Baba. Two devotees were very, very deeply connected to Sathya Sai Baba, they were very connected to the organization. They had good positions. They were two highly qualified doctors working in the government, so they were paid well. Over a series of months, or it might have been years, the lady, the wife regularly had a dream, wherein Sathya Sai Baba was appearing and requesting that they transfer funds to the Sansthan. She was doing this regularly. Because obviously, it’s Sathya Sai Baba coming into their dream and they revere him, so they do his bidding. Over time, all her savings were depleted. Then she had to start looking at her husband’s savings and this is when they realised something was a bit wrong. They asked to speak to Mohanji, and I think they are they were a bit unsure about this because they didn’t want to seem disrespectful to Sathya Sai Baba, but it was a problem. They explained what was happening, that he was coming into the dream and requesting money.

Mohanji told them that that’s definitely not Baba, he would not do that; he will not request money like this. He never requested money when he was in the body, so he wouldn’t be doing it now. He said, “The next time he appears, tell him you’re not doing it anymore. You’re not transferring it.” They were hesitant. They were not sure, because of their reverence for Baba; what would he say? Mohanji said, “Okay, well, how about this: You tell him, Mohanji told you so and I’ll take all the responsibility”. The next time it happened, she did this and it never happened again. It was something else, some entity taking a form, probably with the intention of draining all funds, so that eventually they detach from this, because everything’s gone, it has caused problems, and then they leave.

There are entities, I now understand, who can do this and will do this. The intention for today, which I am sharing, is just to give more of a story to the podcast which was shared yesterday, just to be careful. Be aware, and if there is any need for clarification, the official channels are always there.

Day 178 – Consistent connection is the practice

I’ve been with Mohanji for some time now, and what I’m experiencing, as I’m sure many others are, is that life is changing and transforming for the positive. From day to day, it’s a gradual change and that’s purely coming from the connection to Mohanji. It hasn’t been through any outward practices, although there is Kriya, which I practice, and I also practice yoga. It hasn’t been through these practices, so to speak, or any classroom or lecture-style teaching. It’s simply the connection, working closely with him, working for the platform, giving time to all these great activities which we’re doing.

Through this, I’m experiencing the changes in my life, for the positive. It has been a tough way sometimes, working closely with Mohanji, but rather than any practices, so to speak, it’s real discipline that’s helped the relative progress on this path. Discipline and determination, the two Ds which Mohanji speaks about regularly; determination to keep focused, to keep moving forward. Regardless of any challenges that my mind puts in the way; patterns, thoughts, or trying to go back to familiarity, back to comfort zones. Rajesh has said really beautifully before that it’s like hanging on to the tail of a tornado, which I think is a very apt description which only Rajesh would be able to imagine.

Thinking of some of the changes, which I’ve shared before, but wanted to share again, because they have come to my mind; firstly, it’s developing acceptance, much more acceptance of myself with all my quirks, my many rough edges, and blind spots, which are pointed out fairly regularly, and any other aspects which wouldn’t have been so pleasant to address before. This has brought much more calm and peace. The second, which I think is related to that acceptance, is fearlessness. I couldn’t quite say that all fears have been eliminated, but there’s a new sense of this fearlessness, not worrying. Mainly, this was connected to the fears or worries that I’d have about what others think. The fear of society, would people judge me, how would this be seen, because that’s a by-product, I’m now seeing, of acceptance. The third is increased faith. This is something which I never really understood well, or experienced, before, it was just a term; it was just a concept to me. But now, developing that, cultivating that, is what’s coming from the connection with Mohanji. Whatever is coming for me, whether my mind is happy or not with it, whether it likes it or not, recognising that it’s good for me on my path. That it’s something that I have to go through.

So, when I look at what Mohanji has taught me in the traditional sense, it’s purely to stay connected, and for that, it has been necessary to cultivate determination and discipline. This is what Mohanji really insists and stresses on, that those two Ds are very important. Thinking back to the first days, when I connected with him, I was already very interested in the various different practices; meditations, yoga, chanting, especially Kriya. But now, having had the opportunity to work closely with him… I imagined that we would be sitting in that style of learning environment, “Okay, this is what this practice is for. This is this technique. You can learn this. This will give you this. This will do this”. But actually, with this path, it’s not the case. It’s not about what’s being given. It’s simply about connection, and then automatically the change happens.

Of course, there are the practices which have their benefit. There’s no doubt about that. There are practices to bring people into alignment as well as the chanting to increase certain aspects that people would like to increase, but mostly, I’ve learned that it’s the discipline of being connected and the determination to just keep going, no matter what.

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 4th December 2022

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The views, opinions, and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

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Empowered with Mohanji

By Mamta Gangaramani, USA

Mamta shares with us her beautiful experiences from Mohanji’s powerful and popular online and in-person Empowered programmes

A message and poem of gratitude

Dear Mohanji, 

Thank you for giving me an opportunity to be heard during Empowered 4.0. Your answer has healed me and wiped my tears of a lifetime. Lifetime is too small a word to contain this huge span, and tears are indeed a pool. I am now blessed with relief. To me, your words “Zero deviation from responsibility” are now inscribed in gold.

One by one, layer by layer, I first saw my fears, then my insecurities and lastly, the ownerships leave me. Amazingly you have walked along with me, guiding me miraculously. You have given me the joy of living in multiple frequencies. I feel so honoured about it. I am working hard each day to make myself more deserving now that you have accepted me at your lotus feet. Please keep telling us more about dharmic existences and karmic allowances. I am not a bad investment, I promise. So true that nothing is ours. Even the thoughts and words I am using in this tiny piece of my creativity are yours. I am awaiting the moment to see a clean me one day in the mirror you project. I have tried to express my gratitude in a few lines. 

I am immensely grateful to you, dear Mohanji.

You are the highest attainable.

Higher than the highest, greater than the greatest.

You are Shiva.

I need to raise my devotion to that of Nandi.

You accepted me at your lotus feet. 

 I shall make myself deserving and not disappoint you.

You are the only one of your stature.

Master from the Himalayas guiding me in my own home.

You need nothing from us, not even gratitude.

I now want to be just serving.

You are stability.

I am holding on to you like a strong pillar.

You are unconditional love, kindness and selflessness.

I wish and pray nobody ever brings you any harm.

You are caring for me like a responsibility.

I will gradually be able to discriminate the real from the illusion.

You are working so hard on me with rocket speed.

I need to speed up too.

You have truly empowered me through words of wisdom.

I shall apply them in life and make you proud. 

You gave me the awareness of the third eye.

I am seeing things differently and have developed better outlook.

You chose to be in the space of my heart.

I will always keep it clean and not allow contamination.

You have filled me with both hands.

I already feel attained and realized.

You are indeed Supreme Consciousness.

This Avatar called Mohanji seems to have happened just for me. I know no other God.

Basking in joy and bliss, anand and parmanand…. 

Breaking comfort zones gets me rewarded

The much-awaited program dates of Empowered 5.0 were announced, and we were eagerly looking forward and preparing to reach Serbia. The organizers were very kind and offered to arrange our transport from the airport to the Venue at Zlatibor. They also shared information about the local bus facilities.

Mohanji teaches us about “Breaking the comfort zones.” He says nothing sprouts there. He inspires us to “Dare to be different.” He also talks about “Walking the unknown path.” All of this gave me the courage and the inspiration to choose the bus option and avoid the comfort of the van, thereby giving myself a chance to experience things out of the box and get exploring. 

My plane landed around 12:30 pm. I had planned to take the bus at 14:15, which would take me to Zlatibor by 18:00, and I will be in time for the welcome session. I got done with baggage and customs, my passport and other formalities. Figuring out things just took a little extra time, so I couldn’t make it for the 14:15 bus and got the 15:30 instead. This one had a commute time of four and a half hours to Zlatibor, which meant I would miss the welcome session.

Now, as the clock came close to striking 19:00, the time the welcome session would begin, I was becoming restless. It was also getting dark outside already. The darkness caused a little bit of fear, just a little bit, not much, as l was in an unknown country, the language unknown to me, in a bus on a mountain, and the night was creeping in already.

My mind was processing all possibilities so as not to miss the session. Being with Mohanji is so important for all of us, and we can all relate to the restlessness I was feeling. I then attempted to reach the organizing team to check if it was possible for them to send me a zoom link for the session. This way, I could just take it from the bus. I was completely aware that it may not be possible as it was a last-minute request, and the team would be so busy on the ground.

My restlessness was growing even more. My soul was now making friendly requests to Mohanji, asking him to facilitate the link. And he actually did!

One of our friends from our older WhatsApp group of Empowered 4.0 happened to be sending the link to somebody else. My perspective here is that this person was just an instrument through whom Mohanji sent me the link. Surely, he appreciated my venturesome travel and wouldn’t have let it go without a reward. I could take the session from the bus and didn’t miss a word.

Lessons to take: All thoughts, words, and actions are orchestrated by the Supreme Consciousness. Me missing the 14:15 bus and somebody sending the link for somebody else was all just part of the play. We are not the owners of action. We just sincerely need to follow the teachings of our Master and apply them too. Having full faith in my Master and heartfelt prayers gave me this amazing experience.

Mohanji can move mountains 

I would like to share this experience on behalf of the entire Empowered group. We have all witnessed this. It may lose its significance if it is not brought to our notice, and it needs to be given its due importance. It may easily get forgotten, but it’s really big if pondered upon.

During the welcome session, Mohanji gave us a brief idea about the practice and what we would be doing for the next 5 days. He also told us we were free to choose to sit on chairs or sit on the floor or maybe spread out our yoga mats and choose to lie down. He really wanted us to feel comfortable. We had a hall facility in the hotel, which we would occupy and use for our practice purposes.

A discussion about the space constraint of the hall followed this. Then there were further discussions on the possibility of extending the hall. Some halls have walls with sliding panels making an extension possible. But then very clearly we understood that the walls weren’t flexible and the discussion almost closed, concluding that the hall cannot be extended. The walls were strong fixtures, and there wasn’t any possibility of their removal.

But it was beyond anybody’s imagination what Mohanji could do. He was able to get the strong fixtures removed and thereby get the hall extended. The space was now so much bigger. To me, and I believe to everyone, this was nothing less than witnessing Mohanji move mountains. The walls were really not the movable kind. Even thinking about getting them removed was unimaginable. For a program, just a temporary program of 5 days, who could possibly even want to get into this hassle! This is yet another demonstration of how much he cares for us and how he delivers, crossing over all obstacles. 

Lessons to take: Mohanji can move mountains. We need eyes to see. We need to feel so much gratitude. We must realize that we are the most blessed group ever and must give back too.

Energy support felt tangibly

This is a very special experience. This is on day 5 of our intense workshop on practicing silence at Zlatibor, Serbia. I am sure this experience sharing will help increase the devotion aspect in all the readers.  

One of the instructions for this practice, as given by our beloved Master Mohanji, was to keep the body still. He says we need to take steps, and he is providing us with energy support. We all will agree that staying still is a task, as we are so not used to keeping the body restful. We sit with our spine erect for a while, then feel pain and want to crouch back. 

It was day 5 of the workshop, the last day. I was sitting on a chair, trying to keep my spine erect and keep my body restful. I could do so only for a short while. Then I started feeling the pain in my back. But as this was the last day of the workshop, I was trying to increase my determination not to make any movements and to remain still. The pain kept on increasing. There was a strong urge to crouch back. At the same time, my determination to stay still was gaining strength too. 

There was this powerful thought behind it: it was the last day of the workshop, and there was no tomorrow. So I was bearing the pain. This thought process kept continuing, that is, the urge to crouch and then strengthening the determination, urge to crouch, strengthening the determination. Now the pain really became very excruciating, like it kind of reached the breaking point. I knew I could no longer stay still in the position. The pain now brought a tear to my eye. This is where I believe my subconscious mind came to my rescue. 

Roop dhyan (image worship) has been one of my ways of worship. Just before giving up, my mind got this feed of Roop dhyan from my subconscious mind. I was now imagining the divine hand of Mohanji bringing healing to me. His sacred, beautiful hand with all its shringar (adornments) like the bracelet of beads, the red sacred thread around the wrist, a silver coiled ring and a red stone ring on the fingers. There isn’t anything more beautiful than that.

To my amazement, a miracle happened. This little effort of imagination of his divine hand actually brought me healing. My pain disappeared just like that. The so excruciating pain became no pain. Absolutely no pain. I tangibly felt the energy support that Mohanji spoke about. I could now effortlessly stay still and continue with my practice. The joy of experiencing a miracle filled me with so much that I could hardly focus on the practice. 

My take from this experience: Let’s keep our minds occupied with thoughts of the divine. This keeps our subconscious mind powerful, and our subconscious mind, like our good friend, comes in handy when we really need it. We are on a path where our endurance really gets tested, but with the strongest determination, it rewards us with miracles. Roop Dhyan is a simple and joyous way to raise our devotion.

Guru sends a meal

This is during my return journey on a flight back home to Houston from Belgrade. The seat number assigned to me on this particular flight was 39G, which is an aisle seat in a middle row of four. After boarding, as I came closer to my seat, I found it to be already occupied. This was a family of four, a husband and wife, a toddler of 3 years and an infant of 3 months. When I checked with them about the seat, they realized they had mistakenly occupied my seat. They asked me if I could adjust to take their seat, which was 39D. It was completely understandable that it is a hassle to move with a baby and a toddler for anybody, for that matter. This wasn’t a problem for me at all; after all it was just another aisle seat on the other side of the row. So I simply agreed and went and sat in their seat.

It was now lunchtime. They were serving vegetarian food to only those who had pre-ordered the same. The air hostess came and served me a meal too. I was quite amazed as I had not pre-booked a meal for myself on that flight. I started a small conversation with my co-passenger, the mother, expressing my surprise about it, and told her that I did not pre-book any meal. Her husband overheard this and then recollected that it was he, in fact, who had booked the vegetarian meal for himself, not because he’s a vegetarian but just for the sake of it. We both forgot that we had swapped seats. 

This now got clicked with him, and we understood the whole story behind the meal. So the meal was meant for seat 39D, which is for this family. I now offered them back their meal, but they asked me to accept it as he said that they are providing vegetarian meals to only people who pre-ordered them, and they were fine to eat the regular meal as they were not vegetarians. I was grateful for their courtesy, and then I accepted. 

When I opened the meal box, there was dal and rice, which is a staple Indian meal that every home in India cooks every day. They were happy that I got a good meal. They themselves couldn’t understand what had caused them to book a vegetarian meal and also select the Indian option. To me, it became crystal clear that this meal was sent to me by my Guru, Mohanji. He wouldn’t want me to go back home hungry. This was the most special meal I have ever had in my life. I cherished every bite and felt immense gratitude.

Along with gratitude, there was this immense joy of experiencing a miracle. Some bites even felt saltier after they had gotten mixed with my tears. Later on, the contemplation helped me understand a few lessons. All acts are orchestrated by God. We are not the doers. The couple, just instruments, placed this order. Seats getting interchanged was not accidental. They mistakenly occupying my seat was part of destiny’s play. Guru, like a loving mother, takes care of us. How can he possibly let you go hungry!

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 1st December 2022

Disclaimer:

The views, opinions, and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

We reserve the right to delete, edit, or alter in any manner we see fit blog entries or comments that we, in our sole discretion, deem to be obscene, offensive, defamatory, threatening, in violation of trademark, copyright or other laws, of an express commercial nature, or otherwise unacceptable.

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A WAKE-UP CALL

By Monika Dizdarevic

October 7th 2022

Astrologers told me that from my 30th year onwards, I would have a shift in my life. October 7, 2022, was my 30th birthday, the same day Mohanji had his car accident. I wondered how the accident might have happened precisely on my birthday.

Some of you may know that I have recently been assisting Mohanji as a part of his personal team. I can tell you that even those close to him do not fully understand who he is and how he operates. We can assume we may have some experiences; we can superficially understand to some extent, but we cannot comprehend fully because of our limited minds. We cannot understand the vastness of the Universe in a human form, and then we take the living Masters for granted. This was my case and the case of many others.

During my time with Mohanji after the accident, it so happened that, through a conversation with me, he kept repeating many times, “What if Mohanji died on October 7?” My heart skipped every time he said that, and I wondered at the meaning of this, being my birthday. His mentioning this shook me every time.

I don’t wish this blog leaves us more attached to a Master’s physical presence or sobbing over his accident, but the opposite – to have awareness. I am writing this so we realize who the person we have next to us is. We have him so easily, not realizing how luxurious his presence is. The fact that he’s living, breathing, and walking on this planet.

I am writing this for all of us to wake up! For us to use the physical presence of a living Master, an Avatar, and to reach our highest in this lifetime. And to share his teachings as much as possible, as fast as possible, with the world so that many others can reach their highest in this lifetime too. It is possible because we have him.

Mohanji’s accident is a good reminder. A trigger, a turning point. A warning. I suggest not losing this opportunity! It is up to us to let go of all our patterns and emotions to see what aspects we need to change to improve. Observe, contemplate deeper, keep changing, accept, and let go. It is possible. This shift is happening within me too. We tend to worship all Saints and Masters who are not in their bodies anymore, but the ones right in front of us are difficult to understand. We don’t understand how they work. Then we judge, we have expectations, and we criticize. We say they are not real if they do not solve all our life problems. We do not appreciate them. And then, one day, it might be too late.

The accident happening on the same day as my birthday led to a realization that time is limited. Destiny brought me a Master. If I leave, If I take it for granted, I lose this chance; it is my loss, not his. As Mohanji says, “A true master makes diamonds out of stones. It hurts a lot to become a diamond; it takes a lot of craving. If one stone leaves, for the stone, it’s a big loss because it loses a chance to become a diamond. For the master, another stone will come, and diamonds will be made. Master loses nothing.”

I suggest not to leave a Master’s side, and he will hold your hand forever. You might not understand what they do, why they do it, and how they work, but that doesn’t matter; just cling on, hold on, and stay on. Trust them fully! Wholeheartedly. Surrender your existence to them, and they will take you as high as you can go.

As I am writing this to you, I am writing it to myself, too, as a reminder. This is a true wake-up call. As we discover, the accident was Mohanji’s rebirth. It was mine too.

This picture was taken on my birthday as a joke to celebrate dissolution. Hopefully, this rebirth is the last.

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 29th November 2022

Disclaimer:

The views, opinions, and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

We reserve the right to delete, edit, or alter in any manner we see fit blog entries or comments that we, in our sole discretion, deem to be obscene, offensive, defamatory, threatening, in violation of trademark, copyright or other laws, of an express commercial nature, or otherwise unacceptable.

Mohanji Testimonials team

Lessons living with Mohanji – Days 175 & 176

by Christopher Greenwood

Day 175 – Nurturing Positivity 

Recently, I shared a lesson from Mohanji about being careful of taking on the limitations of others and first checking whether it’s a limitation for us. Extending that, is it a limitation for Mohanji? Most of the time, in my experience, if we increase faith and surrender, then surprises happen for all tasks and activities in life. Following on from this, I wanted to share what Mohanji explained, in the same conversation, about negativity and the importance of nurturing positivity. Mohanji is very quick to hit back at negativity, especially problems, blocks and obstacles on the path of progress for our activities.

He used an example and a good metaphor for this – Let’s say you have a project you’re attempting with a team. You have a goal, you have clarity, you have a purpose, you have a mission, and it’s all going well, and you’re discussing plans. Now, you could come up with an option or an idea, and someone may say, “This will or won’t work. I’ve tried this many times before. (I did it this way. It didn’t happen). I also tried it like this; it didn’t work here.”

 These may seem like passing comments, but we always have to be careful about what we’re taking in because what we won’t absorb there is that somebody tried. Somebody took the initiative; they made an effort to do something. We will probably take in the phrase, “It didn’t work.” So, even if we were 90% confident about what we were looking to do, we had clarity about the purpose and everything like this, which has the potential to create maybe just 5% of doubt that it won’t work.

Essentially, there could be many other ways this comes, but 5% can grow to 100% in no time. That is the nature of negativity, like weeds in a garden, they require nothing to grow, and naturally they will happen but to care for a fruit tree requires care and nurturing. To keep a neat garden with delicate flowers requires care and nurturing and constant tending. Positivity needs to be nurtured

You’re always taking out the weeds. Mohanji stressed this because even a drop or hint of negativity can become problem later.  When we take negativity into our system, doubts, opinions or limitations these could grow into something much larger later, and negativity always grows much faster than positivity. This is important because negativity, no matter how small the drop, can grow. This can lead to doubts, criticisms, judgements and separations.

These can be doubts; they could be messages or anything people have said to us. We should always, as quickly as we can, especially if we are sure, hit back at them so that it’s cleared from our system because we don’t know what can grow later. Do not entertain negativity. Suppose somebody is talking badly, or it’s something that we know we disagree with. In that case, we can politely share our points straight away and be watchful to ensure that negativity is kept at bay, and we nurture positivity more than that.

Day 176 – Every Activity has an Element of Transformation

 I enjoy working with Mohanji, being connected to him and seeing the transformation that happens on various levels. I’ve shared how working with him is highly dynamic, which is excellent and exciting because there’s always new activity. It comes with the challenge of handling many things simultaneously and moving out of one’s comfort zone.

I also observe that he gives everybody a similar opportunity through various platforms to grow and transform according to their skills and orientation. There is a wealth of what we can do across all these platforms. The only prerequisites are proactiveness and reliability – taking the step, taking action, being proactive, and then being reliable, seeing through what we take on.

 I’ve been involved in various activities, many of which I would never have thought of being. In retrospect, each opportunity, experience, and interaction has brought some opportunity for transformation through practical experience. It’s like a refining school to hone skills, experience life, and express. Some activities have been relatively successful. In others, I’ve made my fair share of mistakes.  

The beautiful part of this is the freedom which is given to be able to contribute, grow, and learn. I don’t think we could find this anywhere else, especially when it’s backed up with the teachings, support and grace of Mohanji, being free from fears, not worrying about what others think, and expressing and living life.

For me, the most recent example is the fencing here on the land in Slovenia. On the site, we wanted to move forward with the activities at the base, and one of the requirements was to make sure that we had all the land boundaries laid out as per the site survey so that we knew precisely the size of the land and started by putting a fence up.

 I’d repaired one or two fences in my life, and now I’m working on fencing 11 acres. First, setting the boundaries, sourcing the materials, finding the right ones, and finding who could work on this while guiding the efforts, working with tractors, teaming up with the locals and using neighbour’s tools like drills to put up the fence. Good, wholesome labour and in the process, I’ve now learned what it takes to do this, the various materials, the different types of woods, their placement, and the techniques for fencing. Mistakes were made aplenty, as I’ve never done this before. All of this has given me practical experience and an element of transformation within because I now can recognize and understand what it takes to fence a land.

 If there are future land developments, when they come up, if we get more land and space, I’d have no problem or hesitation and be able to take on bigger sizes. If I had just stuck with the fact that I couldn’t do it, I didn’t know how to do fencing and didn’t just jump into it and do my best; I would never have had that opportunity to learn, acquire and transform in this way. That’s with one element, but it’s something else I’ve now experienced.

 This comprehensive platform is a fantastic opportunity Mohanji has given everybody. Mohanji wants everybody, in their way, to fully express themselves and experience life, to grow, to explore themselves and to become powerful in their unique way. He gives everybody that opportunity, and I’ve experienced that as well. His total support is always there. He’s always there to provide clarity and advice. Recognizing that we all make mistakes, we all trip or stumble on and through obstacles, but we keep moving. We have to take that step, and he does the rest.

 I’m also aware that I need to keep moving and growing because especially working closely with Mohanji, there’s no such thing as stagnation. Stagnation can be equal to tamas, so he kicks that hard. I’m well aware that if my hands don’t move, there will be many other’s hands that can come to help and support me. I was reflecting on all of us across all the platforms because substantial activities will be taking place very soon, especially when our places and our centres come. It’s great that everything is happening organically. Everything’s growing, and we’re all growing together.

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 27th November 2022

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The views, opinions, and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

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Experiences with Mohanji, India 2022 – Part 4

Linda Abrol, Netherlands

Yesterday afternoon, on the 31st of August, I had the unexpected good fortune of attending the Ganesh Charturti event with Mohanji, and I was still staying with Harish and Neetha, two dear friends I had not seen for a decade. Harish was, in succession to his father, Dharmadarshi NC Nannaiah, the Managing Trustee of the People’s Trust, a charity that had incessantly worked the past forty years for the welfare of eighteen of the poorest villages in the countryside around Bangalore.

After waking up at 4.30 this morning, I did my daily sadhana practices. When I opened my eyes, a beautiful surprise awaited me. The reflection of the candlelight, shining through the transparent frame of a small Shiva picture, created a cross of light on Mohanji’s heart on the picture behind it. From a physical point of view, the appearance of the cross was perfectly explainable, but it was a miracle for my heart and gave me an intense feeling of being connected. Born a Christian, the very first thought I had during the satsang with Mohanji in Onderdijk last year in 2021: ‘This is how the disciples of Jesus must have felt at the feet of their Master by the waterside two thousand years ago.’ I posted the picture on the Mohanji Netherland app, and this was the immediate and astonishing reaction that followed from Selma, one of the devotees: 

This is really remarkable… Early this morning, I did a prayer to Jesus. I said that I just wanted to be in his presence; I closed my eyes and just kept seeing Mohanji in front of me, I often feel Jesus and Mohanji as one energy, so I jokingly said to Jesus: ‘You will have to give a sign with a cross or something hahaha’.I fell asleep…and see this picture now that I just woke up!

After visiting the People’s Trust project in Sriramanahalli that day, we went to Mohanji’s home address, where we were expected at half past three. Because the main road to the airport had been blocked, it became a bumpy ride through small villages and fields, which made them silently wonder if we would be too late this time, too. But no, we were kindly received, and Mohanji entered his reception room after a few minutes, dressed in white cotton trousers, a plain cobalt blue t-shirt and his hair in a ponytail that had been twisted into a bun at the back of his head. It looked casual and gave us the feeling of talking to a good friend. He inquired about my trip to Kerala.

At Mohanji’s right hand was a beautiful, lifelike painting of himself. To my surprise and amazement, the booklet In Silence with Mohanji, which I had only recently written and was published by Gurulight, was leaning comfortably against his picture. It gave me an enormous feeling of connection and also recognition of the – for me – life-transforming experiences that are described in the book. Rajesh told me afterwards that Mohanji had placed the book there himself a few weeks ago and, in the meantime, had shown it to several people and also given it as a gift. That touched me tremendously and made me think of Swami Gopal Baba, my deceased Master. He, too, did not give direct compliments, but through others, one heard how happy he was with your work. 

A week earlier, a spontaneous thought had come to me: how wonderful would it be if Mohanji would come and visit the People’s Trust project. After all, People’s Trust had already committed itself for forty years to social work for eighteen of the poorest villages around Bangalore and had provided children from poor families with free schooling, nutritious food and much more. One never knew what cooperation or inspiration from both sides with Ammucare (Mohanji’s charity foundation in India) might result from it. Harish had brought a leaflet of the Trust and handed it to Mohanji. Mohanji looked at it calmly and agreed to come. The condition was that there would be no ceremony or garlands, gatherings, speeches, etc. He just wished to come incognito as a mere guest. That, too, is great, so Harish had no problem with that commitment. 

Soon our conversation became what could rightly be called a satsang. Mohanji visibly enjoyed answering the in-depth questions that were asked. When Milica came and pointed out the time and that his next meeting would start elsewhere, he replied nonchalantly: ‘Just tell them I’ll be there in twenty minutes. No, tell them to start already.’ The importance of silence was discussed at length, and briefly, he explained daily life techniques. Freely translated, the technique went like this: Imagine a busy road (symbolising all the mind matter and daily concerns), and on the other side, you see a quiet bench. Now stay focused only on the peace that the bench radiates. As if you were looking right over the passing cars and buses. After a while, there will only be silence. No matter how many cars pass by.

Mohanji also told us about the tremendously beneficial effect of Pitrupaksha, freeing you from the karma and inclinations of your ancestors. And he also said that even without giving annadaan to saints and the needy, you could already experience a great difference in your life by simply offering all your food and drink to the following six forms of Gods: 1. Ganesha, 2. Kul Devatas (to the God who your family worships), 3. Naga Devatas (High souls who return to earth in the form of snakes – nagas – because then they are most likely to be left alone and to function unseen as saviours of the consciousness of the world), 4. Ishta Devatas (your personal form of God), 5. Pitru Devatas (the ancestors), and 6. Gurus.

He spoke about how Mina (a devotee from Serbia) sat next to him on the floor in Novi Sad, Serbia, while he was busy with the messages on his phone. He heard her inwardly repeat the question: Who is Mohanji beyond the physical body? He looked up from his phone and told her to touch his big toe. Finally, after wondering about this question for five years, she got a fulfilling answer when Mohanji took her on a wondrous journey to the sun and through the universe. She has described her experience in a three-part blog. Mohanji asked me to share the link to her experience with one of the attendees, and now I am sharing it with you. Read the first part of her incredible experience: https://minaobradovic.wixsite.com/understandingtruth/post/mohanji-the-universe-a-true-experience 

He took all the time for us and, when a few more people arrived, for them too. Calm, interested, clear and loving as always, he asked us not to leave yet, but to remain seated while he spoke to the other guests. When he finally had to go, he asked us to stay for a meal. We felt at home and welcome and accepted the invitation with both hands.

The arathi in the house mandir started and was similar to the arathi during the Ganesh Chaturti event one day ago; anyone who wished could participate in the flame-waving. Being able to experience this sacred ceremony at Mohanji’s own home will certainly add a special dimension to my daily Mohanji-arathi at my home temple. Mohanji’s parents were watching with shining eyes, and I felt strongly attracted to them. Realising at that moment that calling Mohanji my bada Bhaya (big brother) included them to be my parents as well! While the others were in the living room, I had a long conversation with both of them. They did love the bustle in their house. There were people coming and going all the time. Mohanji’s father had been a surgeon and had worked till old age. If I remember correctly, he was seventy-two when he finally stopped performing surgeries. 

He told me that when he saw me, he thought: ‘I know her. I have seen her before, but where and when?’ Then he went to his sleeping room and returned with a triumphant look and a copy of my booklet. He pointed at the picture on the cover, showing Mohanji and me. That was why I had seemed familiar to him! Now he knew! He smiled. He had even read all my testimonials and therefore felt he already knew me. I was delighted. Mohanji’s father wondered why I did not write a thicker book about Mohanji. His idea was to add new experiences to the book and let it grow. Both parents were so sweet and involved. Mohanji’s mother was a woman of great integrity, and when I mentioned that because of their great example, the world had gained such a Divine Friend, tears ran down her cheeks. We looked deep into each other’s eyes and shared the emotion.

We had a delicious meal of dosa and puri, and when I asked Rajesh why he was not eating with us, he said that he had eaten before, and that his current habit was to eat no more than two meals a day. I smilingly asked him if that was difficult for him because I knew from translating Miraculous Days how fond he was of food. To which Aditya, president of Mohanji Foundation India, said that Rajesh had changed a lot. So he had not only given up smoking (as he wrote in the same book) but also eating a lot since he was with Mohanji. Transformation with Mohanji is unforced and lightning fast; I have had the feeling (and the experience). 

Rajesh, as coordinator of Gurulight, helped enormously with the process of translating and publishing MAST and In Silence with Mohanji, and I had never seen him in person, although we must have exchanged dozens if not hundreds of messages with each other. So he got not one but more than four hugs spread over arrival and departure. After which, I asked him if he had already received a hug from me. After a short photo session with all of us, we said goodbye smiling, satisfied, grateful and happy.

Three beautiful days with my friends later, my flight was leaving at 6 o’clock in the morning of the 4th of August. My loved ones at home were joking that they were doubting whether I was coming home this time or making a new impulsive decision again to stay in India. But this time, I arrived safe, grateful and immensely happy. Being inwardly connected to Mohanji all through the process, I felt safe, loved and cared for, and I was guided to the right people and given the right inspirations and prompts at all times. I had continued my daily Shiva Kavacham listening sessions every night in Vedasudha Hospital, and I felt confident that nothing untoward could happen to me. 

To be continued after the coming blood test results from the hospital in the Netherlands are released within two months…

Links: Pitru Paksha: https://www.facebook.com/sacredbharat/posts/pfbid0XFgpugrVEfhsVNbKv5EvSjeA1ywZAsZ81chctPPcXzUnBKvP7hxNZktFiacLoRFel(https://spiritualpracticecalendar.wordpress.com/)

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 26th November 2022

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The views, opinions, and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

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Pain and suffering – Part 4

This is the 4th part of the blog “Pain and suffering” by the closest witnesses of Mohanji’s recent car accident. In this part, we share more people’s experiences from the perspective of Mai-Tri and possibly predictive dreams.

Mina Obradovic, Mai-Tri practitioner

I found out about Mohanji’s accident the day after it happened, on 8th October, around 3 pm. Milica texted me, told me what happened, and told me to do a Mai-Tri session for him.

Mohanji’s body belongs to the world. The MTM (Mohanji Transformation Method) and Mai-Tri sessions are for what he does in the world, not for him as a person. In Mai-Tri, his body looks like a huge space enveloping many people connected to him, who he is cleansing every moment. Their pains and karmas are inside his body. His body, as ours, doesn’t exist. If I see a particular problem during his session, it is always what he collects from others. The size of such garbage that I often see inside him is not the same size as in regular people. It is much larger because he cleanses many people who are connected to him globally, including their families. A Mai-Tri for Mohanji is for what he collects, and it’s huge. From my experience, Mai-Tri, for him, is like trying to remove the ocean’s water, bucket by bucket. It makes a change, but the amount of garbage he collects is terribly difficult to comprehend.

I saw that Mohanji’s body doesn’t store data like our body. It is not entangled in the number of karmic strings, emotions, or blockages. His body belongs to the whole world, and it has no personal karma. As I experienced it, he had no meridians where thoughts are stored, no vertical strings connected to personal desires, and no chakras as such. Different parts of the body seemed to have different purposes, similar to chakras, but not the same. Inside him, there was a huge space, much different from other people. Like an entire universe inside, different places in the universe represent different purposes for his work.

A couple of days after the accident, Mohanji came to Serbia. When I met him, I felt relief. I asked if the doctors knew he was a globally known humanitarian and that he was important. I asked if they treated him accordingly. My strong desire has been that everyone treating Mohanji knows how much work he is doing in the world and that they should treat him with the best care and respect. He said that they didn’t know but that they were polite and treated him well. He was very happy about the behaviour of the hospital staff of Maribor.

His acceptance of the situation was phenomenal. At one moment, He said, “For one short moment, I was a bit annoyed. One small feeling of annoyance. That is when I had to go to the toilet, and they insisted I should take a wheelchair. I said it’s just a few feet from my bed. They insisted, saying I was in bad shape and I shouldn’t walk. That is when I got slightly annoyed, but then I understood they were just doing their job. So I accepted.” For him, there is no resistance in life, no blaming, over-analyzing, suffering, or victimizing oneself. His invisible message was that in every situation, we could choose to accept. We can choose to have understanding and keep walking.

By afternoon, we were sitting with him, and he was talking. He asked Subhasree to call a few more people to come and said that we would have a satsang. The pain was not at all visible on his face. It was not there. Many of us always resist life. On the contrary, Mohanji’s life is a pure example of acceptance.

Every conversation of that day awakened gratitude and a deep feeling of uncertainty, and an urge to appreciate every moment with him while he was still here. He also shared that there won’t be any alerts or hospitals the next time he decides to leave the body. It will be a sudden exit. He said he never wants to be a burden to somebody, attached to machines, half dead. Next time, it will be in one go.

I hope this blog, beautifully shared by witnesses of Mohanji’s recent accident, will inspire us to have more gratitude and care for our guru, who works tirelessly to serve us. I hope we will recognize the avatar while they are still alive because there had been many struggles before we got this treasure. Their words are sacred; their presence is here for us. If we don’t catch the bus, the bus will not be affected, but we will be at a loss.

Djurdja Bojovic, had a dream of Mohanji’s death a few weeks before the accident.

I dreamt we were at some gathering, and I was with a friend. It was like a celebration. While sitting, she was reading something on her phone, telling me, “Did you hear that Mohanji died? It says here.” The current reality is that everyone knows about his recent car accident, similar to the dream. It was as if she found out about it from somebody online. In the dream, I just said, “Oh, really? Okay.” In the dream, that information was totally irrelevant to me. I just ignored it and continued with the celebration. It didn’t touch me because I thought, “This lady does not understand Mohanji; she is not even connected to him. Who knows where she read it? Maybe it’s not even true.” 

Then I separated from my friend, and the thought that he could really be dead started bothering me. I started experiencing the pain of loss from other people who were also connected to Mohanji and loved him. I saw other people who took it very badly and realized that it really happened. 

When I realized that it had happened, I felt regret. I felt some disappointment, and I was unpleasantly surprised, very shocked. I didn’t know how to feel, and I felt there was no going back. I didn’t have a feeling that I could fix something now. It was really hard for me to face that he really died; I didn’t know how to assimilate it as a fact. I felt I didn’t experience and do enough while he was physically here. 

In the dream, I remember I was telling myself that there was no going back now. I knew that he was never angry at me for anything, but it was my simple inner feeling of guilt, sadness and regret that I didn’t use our time together well. I felt, “If I knew this earlier, that he would go, I would have acted so differently.”

Another thing that I felt is this. When I understood that he was really gone, a clear image appeared to me of the full potential, what could have happened, if I had used the time well. I felt regret not only for myself but for many other people.  

For a couple of days, I didn’t feel completely well after this dream, all these feelings were still there, and many thoughts came. Trying to understand this experience, I didn’t know anymore why it happened, and I just knew that it was not an ordinary dream.

Then I realized after judgement and fear stopped, only gratitude remained. That potential reality was like a light at the end of the tunnel because it gave me hope. In that reality, I felt abundant in every way, together with the whole Mohanji family, with no guilt or feeling of victimhood, just a feeling of unity and celebration of life. It empowered me and reminded me of the highest truth.

We are beyond blessed to be on Earth with Mohanji right now. Sometimes I run away from that fact because I feel guilty and not worthy enough of his presence. Through that dream, I realized that I was just wasting my life by feeling like that. I can’t live my life with the fear of being unworthy anymore. We should all claim this life as a huge blessing, that we are worthy and capable of living. We should really celebrate it by having every thought, word and action from a place of gratitude for what we are. Mohanji, as a presence, came to this planet to remind us of who we are and to guide us home by being a living example; to show us that there is no separation between us. We must remember this with great respect, love and gratitude. We are Mohanji!

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 24th November 2022

Disclaimer:

The views, opinions, and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

We reserve the right to delete, edit, or alter in any manner we see fit blog entries or comments that we, in our sole discretion, deem to be obscene, offensive, defamatory, threatening, in violation of trademark, copyright or other laws, of an express commercial nature, or otherwise unacceptable.

Mohanji Testimonials team

Walking the Streets of Shirdi with God

by Aditya Nagpal

The Mohanji T-Shirt

Today, I was walking on the streets of Shirdi wearing a Mohanji t-shirt. A monk stopped while crossing me and bowed down to Mohanji’s photo on my t-shirt. I asked the monk if he knew Mohanji. He said yes and added,

“He (Mohanji) is the greatest masiha (messiah) on Earth.”

As Mohanji usually does when encountering strangers, especially monks, I asked him if I could offer him food or if he needed anything. He declined to say he wasn’t hungry but asked me to buy him medicines for pain relief. I took him to a nearby pharmacy, got the medicines and opened my phone to pay using a wallet app. Seeing Mohanji’s photo on my phone screen, he asked to see it. For a long time, he looked at Mohanji’s picture with awe. Then he reverentially bowed down to Mohanji’s picture and said,

“He (Mohanji) is God.”

Mohanji’s picture on my mobile phone screen

Finally, he took the medicines and asked to leave. I bade him goodbye with the customary salutation in Shirdi, “Om Sai Ram”. He looked at me and said, “You don’t have to say ‘Om Sai Ram'”. Looking at Mohanji’s face on my t shirt, he said,

“What you have there is beyond everything. He is God.”

As he left, I stood mesmerised at what had just transpired. Since Mohanji’s accident, this message has been reiterated again and again, “You have no idea who you are with” Probably a direct and strong message from Sai Baba to drive home that point in Shirdi.

Especially what he said, “You don’t have to say ‘Om Sai Ram’. What you have there is beyond everything. He is God.” As if to say, stop focusing on dead Masters’ frames on the wall and miss the One (Mohanji) they sent for us to connect as a living Avatar. Soon Mohanji will also join them on the wall. A warning to ensure that should that happen, we have no regrets and have made the most of that huge blessing of association.

I received a confirmation of this experience when I read the following experience of a Mohanji follower. I had no communication with this person who wrote the post (either before or after). Their experience follows:

This morning at 3am. I was reading Aditya Nagpal’s post of his experience in Shirdi of meeting with a monk who bowed down t Mohanji’s picture on his t-shirt and told him,

“Mohanji is God. You don’t need to look for other Gurus anymore. Mohanji is the greatest masiha (messiah) on Earth.”

I’ve been sharing this post with friends on my messenger. I then messaged S. C., a new Mohanji follower from the Philippines, whom I got connected on FB very recently. I excitedly asked him if he had read Aditya’s post about Mohanji. He told me he woke up just a minute ago and had a dream of Mohanji. The dream was shockingly connected to Aditya Nagpal’s post!

I was in a car with Mohanji and another person that looks like a sannyasi (a renunciate) as he was wearing saffron robes typically worn by renunciates. It seemed like we were going to a supermarket and I was asked by Mohanji to accompany him to buy some groceries. When we arrived at the supermarket parking lot, I grabbed my wallet and took a hundred peso bill from it and gave it to Mohanji as an offering. He smiled and accepted the bill. Then, I took his right hand and did a pagmamano gesture (a Filipino gesture of grace intended to give honor to the elder and ask for their blessing), At first, he seemed hesitant of the gesture. I probably guess because I was already in His presence which is a blessing in itself! He then smiled. As we exited the car, I heard a voice (probably from the accompanying sannyasi) that said: “You are blessed and fortunate to be in the presence of a Brahmamurti (a living image/Idol of God). He is a walking God! You are graced with His darshan (holy sighting).”As we closed the car doors, the dream ended. Exactly when I opened my eyes, I received a chat from Joanna that very minute asking me about Aditya Nagpal’s post on Facebook. Such an incredible synchronicity! I humbly thank Mohanji for granting me his darshan, even if it be a dream… Thank you

In closing, this was a confirmation for me of what Mohanji has always reiterated, “One should spend a lot of time to find the Master that is right for them and is connected to the Source. But once they find the Master, they should stop their searching and focus on deepening their connection with the One they found. Further search, comparisons or lingering doubts will render their efforts futile.” I have always followed that dictum. Alll my altars have only one Master – Mohanji.

Mohanji has summed it up beautifully in the phrase,

“One Master, One Path, One Sytem, One Goal (Liberation).

‘Om Sai Ram’ to all from Shirdi! But wait I have just been told, “What I have here is beyond everything. He is God.” I better stick to ‘Jai Mohanji’!

Note: Mohanji will be in Shirdi this December 2022. Experience His grace in-person or live online. More details on the Mohanji website

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 20th November 2022

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The views, opinions, and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

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Lessons living with Mohanji – Days 173 & 174

by Christopher Greenwood

Day 173 – Demolish to Recreate

Demolish to recreate is the topic of the lesson today. This is related to our own transformation, and for me, the transformation that I’ve experienced by spending more time, intensely, with Mohanji. I’ve shared before in messages that patterns and comfort zones are what we’re used to; our usual day-to-day life is driven by these patterns. It’s familiar. It’s what we’d like to do. But since being with Mohanji, I’ve had all of these pushed, pulled, tested, squeezed, broken, and challenged, and it has been incredibly painful and difficult at times. But what I feel now and have experienced now is a sense of renewal, much more freedom, and lightness. If I look back to life as it was years ago, it’s a distant memory, it seems like lifetimes ago. I can only take from that, that now, it’s almost like a new life.

I’ve been able to do many things that I never would have expected, faced many fears, and been involved in many activities, which have been great contributions. Each day, there’s more and more satisfaction. Back in December, we had the Mohanji boot camp, led by Invest in Awareness, wherein Mohanji conducted a program that was designed to completely reinvent everybody who participated. He said that, come the new year, we would all be new people, and I certainly feel like this now, although it’s an ever-evolving process. Very soon, that boot camp is going to be available to the public; Preethi Gopalarathnam and Aditi Sahai have done a great job pulling that together and it will be announced very shortly, for everybody to attend.

Yesterday, in a spontaneous conversation with Mohanji, he spoke about the need to reconstruct and reinvent oneself. He said that this requires demolition. There’s no other way. Demolishing past patterns is essential for rejuvenation and reconstruction. When we’re looking to rebuild something, reinvent ourselves, it requires the space and clarity on what’s actually going to be in that space, before we can do anything.

Now that I’m doing many things on the land, I can see that in a different way as well, physically with the space that we have. For me personally, the intention has always been to refill that space with more effectiveness in serving: “How can I do more?”

As we spoke, Mohanji shared again that in order to rebuild ourselves, we have to be prepared to demolish all the usual patterns and comfort zones that we hold, and when we cling on to them, to memories and past patterns, pain can be experienced. I’ve certainly had my fair share of that over this past year. But what I can say from my personal and ever-changing experience is that it has been worth it, a positive transformation, and as Mohanji says, he’s always there and he’s definitely always been there with me throughout this process.

Day 174 – Is it your limitation?

One of the great things for me about working with Mohanji directly is that you’re never short of opportunities and tasks to push you beyond mind-made limits. He has an incredible ability to understand what each person requires to take them forward – the next step. Looking back, everything that he has provided, or guided me to do, has created fast-track progress. I see him doing this with everybody close to him. It helps them grow and evolve.

Being part of his office has been just such a fast-track way to transform, grow, and deeply experience life with all troubles and joys. In this time, I would say that I’ve learned well, or more accurately, become more aware that it can be very easy to acquire the limitations, mind blocks, and frames of others. We all have our walking space, which is our patterns, frames, or opinions. You can maybe include karma in there; all the experiences that we’ve had in the past, everything which makes us, which we then express into the world.

What I’ve experienced with some of the tasks, and also just in life with family and friends, is that people can put their limitations onto you. When I’ve set out to complete a task, people have provided their opinions, “You can’t do this… I’ve tried this and it doesn’t work… This is not possible… Life isn’t easy…” It could be anything like this. But essentially, you could condense it down to some negativity. Not that a person is bad, but that they’re expressing something, which is their view of the situation.

In the past, I’d give quite a lot of respect to people’s experiences and take that on myself. Now I still give respect, but more critically, I’m assessing it with a different awareness. When somebody says, “Okay, this can’t be done”, I first think, “Okay, is this their limitation or is this my limitation? Do I have that same limitation? Do I have the belief that I could do it?” This is something that Mohanji has pointed out to me in previous conversations when I’ve come to him and said, “I don’t think this can be done”.  If anyone has experienced that, it gets hit out of the park, like a home run, quite quickly; he really doesn’t accept these limitations, because he says, “People will tell you all these things you can’t do, but can they share one thing which you can?”

Now I also think a bit more deeply as well, because from what I’ve experienced… Does Mohanji have that limitation? Then when I surrender something completely, if I feel I don’t have the resource, I surrender it, surprises happen. People putting their limitations can really bog down and derail. I feel it’s good to acknowledge them, but now I also feel more confident that I can take steps, and even if there is failure, there’ll be lessons, there’ll be growth and an experience would have happened in the process and this adds richness to life.

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 20th November 2022

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Empowered 5.0 – Towards the Dhuni

By Sanjay Acharya, Canada

After attending Empowered 5.0 personally, I know the true meaning of Empowered 5.0 is: Emotionally, mentally, & physically operating wonderfully even if rejected, ignored & in a disappointing situation. And 5.0 means learning to tune in with all the 5 elements within myself with 0 (zero) expectations & emotions.

Yes, it was indeed the most powerful Empowered program attended in person as I was not at all in the mind frame of attending personally. A couple of times, I said no to my wife, Alpa and my friend, Mahesh, that I was not going to Serbia as I had just returned from India after two and half months of stay there!

But we all know, Mohanji pulls the strings in HIS unique way, which we will never come to know. So one day, during the morning prayers & rituals, the matter went from mind to heart and tickets were booked to Serbia even before registering for the program. 

Serbia is one of the most beautiful countries in the Balkan region, especially after receiving Mohanji’s blessings & empowered by Devi Mohanji’s divine energy. It was a beautiful feeling as soon as I landed there and felt a warm welcome by my Brother – Nemanja, at the airport and then the heartiest welcome by Serbian and Balkan team volunteers at the hotel reception. Thank you, Team! 

And that moment came when Mohanji entered the hall. Suddenly the entire energy of the hall changed with full of love & devotion from more than 200 participants. Everyone stood up, looking at Mohanji with deep gratitude. Personally, tears of joy, love & devotion started flowing down my cheeks! I was near the entrance door, and Mohanji just glanced towards me, and he was so full of love that I started melting right away.

Then the time came to receive a goody bag from Mohanji. I was walking towards the stage with my heart beating faster & faster. Mohanji looked at me and said, “Acharya, good to see you, Acharya.” I could speak only three words, “Thank you, Father.” I wanted to ask him that – from how many people and how much pain you took Deva from that accident. But I could not, and I just took my goody bag and returned to my chair. 

Here I would like to share my experience on Oct 7th, 2022, on the day Mohanji “faced” a car accident. It was morning here in Toronto, Canada. I was at work performing Process Instruments Calibration. Suddenly I experienced chest pain! My BP went up. I was so confused, and I could not understand what was happening. I was experiencing breathing problems too! I was totally blanked out! I stopped work and stood aside. It lasted for a few minutes, and then I became normal, as if nothing had happened. I continued the work. Probably many of us came to know during the Global Volunteer Meet when Mohanji himself informed us about the car accident on Oct 7th, 2022. 

Back to Empowered 5.0…. Mohanji explained the significance of Empowered 5.0 in a simple but very effective way. From the next day, we started meditating with a blindfold. Being a devotional person, I had a vision of Lord Ganesha in purple colours the very first day. I also smelled the jasmine fragrance while I felt was Lord Krishna with Radha. At one point, I could feel Mohanji come near me as I felt the breeze of HIS presence with HIS divine perfume fragrance. I also suddenly experienced Shirdi Baba’s presence, and my eyes started flowing continuously for more than 5 minutes. Indeed, it was a transformative program.

I am writing this after 15 days, and I feel that Mohanji broke one of my biggest hurdles in the path of Liberation, which I have been going through for a long time. It’s a huge blessing that after Empowered 5.0, I also moved very close to following Vegan food habits. It’s again a grace received through attending Empowered 5.0 in person. 

Last but not least, I must say amazing teamwork by all the Balkan volunteers and Serbian team. They all expressed an immense amount of love and care every moment. I offer my deepest gratitude to all of them, but especially to my friends Nemanja and Monika.

Thank you….The journey continues towards the Dhuni (sacred fire) of Dwarikamai….

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||

Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 17th November 2022

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