The All Pervading Power

Mar. 7, 2011 No Comments Posted under: Meditation

The all pervading Power or the Paramchaitanya, is a manifestation of Divine Love which does all living work and is truly truly amazing. Why? Because it does absolutely everything – it makes the flowers grow, lets the rain fall and moves mountains – if it’s necessary, it understands, organises, loves, and it also creates scenarios we call ‘coincidences‘.

Not only does the all pervading power everything it also is in everything – in a very subtle way. Even in molecules where it oscillates the different atoms in different ways. In animals it pulsates. In the plants it transforms into different shapes and stages. It classifies. For example, an apple tree will always give apples, and a rose will always give a rose.  This categorization is done by this very dynamic All-Pervading power of God’s Love, the Paramchaitanya.

Of course we all take these things for granted, because the average human being doesn’t feel it. To feel it, one has to become subtler and the majority of us – I’m sad to say – aren’t subtle enough. There has to be a breakthrough. Unless and until we have that breakthrough, we cannot understand the relationship with this power. We just live in some sort of confusing world and don’t know what is right and what is wrong.

Now, how can we get subtler? Well it all starts with your self-realization. A reflection of the all-pervading power is in everybody and is called Kundalini. The Kundalini must be awakened; rise up and will then connect the individual with the all pervading power – God’s love. Once this connection has taken place we can feel vibrations in our palms or on top of our heads. Once we feel vibrations we can learn how to use them for the benefit of ourselves and the whole world.

If we are in contact with the all pervading power and become part and parcel of the whole, we will be guided and helped by divine love. We become people with a collective consciousness. We become people who can stay in the state of thoughtless awareness. We become people with compassion and love for others, who have an open heart and feel happy and satisfied. We don’t need to worry about a thing because the all-pervading-power does it all for us. Easy, isn’t it?

The naked eye is not able to see the Kundalini because it is so subtle, but sometimes it can be captured in photographs as lights or different colours coming either from Shri Mataji or from Sahaja Yogis (persons who practice Sahaja Yoga). Here are a few:


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