Monday, October 27, 2008

Online Meditation - Oct 27 2008

Diwali Puja 2000, Lake Piru (California). Please share your learning, your feelings after listening to this talk via comments to this post. Jai!

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Clearning with Bija Mantras (Oct 20th 9pm Eastern)

Monday night yogi online meditations will resume with collective clearing using the Bija Mantra CD from Shri Mataji. To enhance your clearing experience during the program, you may optionally use a vibrated lemon, sliced just before the treatment. This method can be modified as there is no exact "right way". Generally one would keep a half lemon on Sahasrara, and 2 parts of the other halfs in the two hands. The most important part is Mother reciting the bija mantras for the chakras and later She breathes into the mic at the correct frequency. It will be exciting to do it collectively - so please invite other established yogis for a large collective clearning time!

When: 9pm Eastern Standard Time (Visit website to convert the time for your time zone:


Directions: Just go to the website and the program should start playig. We
will plan to play some test audio/music starting about 30 minutes prior, so you can come and
test in advance.

Technical Requirements: Test your computer in advance here:

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Feedback on Furture Online Meditations

Dear Online Collective, Please post your thoughts in the comments section of this post about furture pujas. Should we have a password aunthentication for entering Pujas? How should we verify yogi identities (reference system) etc.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Fourth Night of Navratri

Fourth night will feature a talk of Mother's from 1990 Navaratri Puja, followed by a short havan.

A longer havan will be done Saturday afternoon 1pm Eastern Time, followed by Argala strotram.

Jai Shri Mataji!

For tomorrow (5th night of Navratri) Argala Strotram (Sanskrit version)

Third Day of Navratri Puja

Navratri Puja Day #3 was celebrated online with much joy! We had about 170 connections, which could be anything close to 250 - 300 yogis minimum. The Devi Kavach was read, which celebrates the aspects of the devi in various parts of our being, a reflection of the supreme being.

We had a close call on the technology when our streaming solution did not 'let us in' to the virtual puja room until 2 minutes before the webcast. But all went well in the end. Kindly share your reflections, deep thoughts and comments on this post.

Here is a picture of the third night attendance at city level:

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Second Day of Navratri Online

Firstly, thanks for joining in the puja last night in such large numbers. We have never had 170+ connections (which translates to conservative estimate of 250 - 350 yogis and children).

Tonight is Dwitiya, the second night. There are no special materials to gather up for the rest of the nights. We'll plan to start again at 9pm. This night the Devi Suktam is read (Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu...). Pasting below the text for tonight which is also available from the wonderful resources (see fowarded email message below). See you all tonight... JSM!


Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Vishnumaya iti shabdita namastasye namas tasye namastasye namo namah.

Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu chaitanyata bhidhiyate namastasye...

Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Buddhi roopena samsthitah, namastasye...

Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu sarvabhuteshu nidra roopena samsthitah, namastasye...

Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shuddha...

- Chaaya... - Shakti... - Trishna... - Kshaanti...

- Jaati... - Lajja... - Shanti... - Shraddha... - Kaanti...

- Laxmi... - Vritti... - Smriti... - Daya... - Tushti... - Maatri... - Bhranti...

Indriyanam adhishthatri bhutanam chakhileshu ya, Bhuteshu satatam tasye Vyapti devyai namo namah.

Chitiroopena ya kritsnmate dravyapya shita jagat, namastasye namastasye namastasye namo namah.


Devi Sooktam was read

Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu...

namastasye namastasye namastasye namo namah.