Why this blog?

Shri Mataji 

In the modern world, it is the view of many that it is very important to imbibe the principles of innocence and wisdom in children. The first means to do it is to show chidlren the basics of morality by our own example. Secondly, in the world there have been created so many wise and innocence stories, pieces of art, games, etc. especially for children – all to convey the ideas of the right behavior and world understanding to them. And thus, the idea appeared to create this blog which is a small attempt to collect useful things and ideas for teaching and upbringing.

The creation of the blog was totally inspired by the ideas, thoughts, vibrations, love and compassion of H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. Shri Mataji has dedicated her life to triggering the spiritual ascent of mankind through Self Realization, reclaiming the role of women in the spiritual evolution, and guiding humanity to correct today’s moral dilemmas. Large numbers of people, without distinction of race, religion, age or social status have acknowledged the value of her teachings by establishing Sahaja Yoga centers in over 100 nations. These people who live a normal family life, tap to their inner spiritual power through daily Sahaja Yoga meditation and have achieved a complete balance of their lives on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. They understand the integration of all religions and spiritual paths not at a mental level, but through their direct, tangible experience on the central nervous system.

Shri Mataji with children

Shri Mataji with children

in the pictures: Shri Mataji with a baby, Shri Mataji with children

15 thoughts on “Why this blog?

  1. axinia

    Thank you for this BEAUTIFUL and IMPORTANT initiation, the materials are very unique and captivating. Great job!

  2. Hi..I am Marta Cristina..a italian sahaja yogini from Rome….last month we have opened a blog to spead sahaj culture….so….can we traslate your posts on the blog?…..I am enjoing so much reading its!!!!

  3. sweta


    Amazing, charming and beautiful is the only word comes out of my heart. Such a lovely and joy emitting blog..

    May shri mataji bless us..

  4. we have very recently started a blog for a new table game in sahaj style. It is in process and we have thought it is good for kids from 13 up age. It would be very nice to cross our blogs, we’ll add u in the meantime, LoVe, radha at http://www.viratagame.blogspot.com

    Another one is a magazine for women where also experiences and articles about kids, family and parenthood are included. Pls have a look at: http://www.nirmalamagazine.wordpress.com . Children’s Land is in the blogroll, too.

  5. keota

    My name is Mr. THAVONE KEOMANY. In Lao PDR. i’m studying at LAC ( Lao American College ) i don’t know to say too much and i just want you to ask you that who never have problems in their life? who are mever sad? who live long life? and other.!!! ? Aswer these questions and then think carefuly before doing something,but don’t worry too much about these thing. the one thing that you have to care too much is what are you doing? what are you thinking? , Is it the good thing OR bad thing ?and why ? if you want to do some thing you should have the reason why you do that? finaly , i think that in no way will you have proble if you think carefuly before you do and Understand you more than other people. thank you to rear me.

  6. dear sister,
    thanks for the wonderful archive of poems and stories and all but I find it really difficult to read the posts due to the color choice. Has anyone else told that? Is it possible to change the color and the size of the font so that it will be easier to read especially at night? Sorry for this unusual request and if it is not possible I will keep on following your blog anyway:)) I was wondering if there is a sahaj forum where mothers can exchange ideas on childrasing. It would be immensely helpful for inexperienced mothers especially to find answers on a sahaj basis. If there is not can we start it? I don’t know how but what do you think?
    Jai Shri mataji

  7. Dear Gulcin,
    Thank you for the warm words. I also find that the finds are too small though I find the color oif the theme appropriate forthe children’s web-site (all the others are too dull). But unfortunately, I cannot do anything with the size of the fonts as it is a blog on free WordPress and not much can be changed, really.

  8. Asmita

    This is a very good website, has very good colouring resources for children.

    I have got some Hindu wordsearches about Shri Ram and Shri Shiva.
    If you give me an email address, I can email these to you and if you see fit then you can display on your blog for other people to use the resource.
    Please respond to the email above.

    Keep up the good Hindu work.

  9. edward eismann

    I am interested in reprinting the story “A Blind Man Catches a Bird” by Mosala Mufunagizi, for an anthology of stories on Peacemaking I am composing. Can I just use this story from your Blog or do I need to get a copyright permission from someone? Please advise me onvthis. I have sent twice for permission from info@afrofiles.org since December 2017 but get no response from them. Does anyone have an answer to this? Can I just use the blog story here and reprint it with no further concern. Thanks for your response.

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