So realise, try to understand
Because this is very, very beautiful Knowledge
How can I tell you how beautiful it is?
… And it's here for us to understand, to realise.
So realise it. Because it's completely up to you.
I have done my part; you gotta do yours.
Guru Maharaj Ji
It has turned out that Mata Ji, Bal Bhagwan Ji and Bhole Ji have denied in every way to cooperate with Me in doing prachar, spreading this Knowledge. They have refused to obey My agya and have tried to deceive many premies. This might sound ridiculous but, unfortunately, this is true. I want to warn all the premies because until now this situation has brought a lot of confusion and controversy. I want that no premie should cooperate with such people, for if they are not following My agya, they just become an obstruction in the spreading of this Knowledge. It is essential for every premie to recognize that there is one source of agya. No premie, it does not matter who he is or what he does, if he has denied agya and has started following his own mind, he is right back from where he started. That is why it is so important for premies to be in agya.
Mahatma Padarthanand Ji has now visited Fiji three times and as a result 400 brothers and sisters have received Knowledge in Fiji. The highlight of Fiji's premie history, however, was the recent visit of Guru Maharaj Ji and Durga Ji and their program on November 11 last year.
Ole Grunbaum in Copenhagen drops the phone and runs through the ashram shouting the news. A few moments later a chorus of "Bhole Shri's" burst out, and then Ole is on the phone again saying that he got so excited he had to tell everybody right away. In South Africa Bhoolabhai calls out "girl", and "girl, girl, girl, girl, girl," echoes about the room. Lyle Groome from England calls Denver from London moments before Mike Donner was going to dial him, saying he just had to call because he was sure the child had come. All over the world, premies are dropping the phone and shouting and calling out "Bhole Shri". When the first wave of excitement passes, many gather before their altars to sing Arti to Guru Maharaj Ji.
"I guess the main way in which it has changed my life is that I'm in receipt of so much more love and so much more regard because I'm travelling with Mahatma Ji. Sometimes this is overwhelming, just so much love the premies have to give. All I can do is receive that love because really they're expressing their love to Guru Maharaj Ji. It's so beautiful to receive that. All the time I'm fully aware that it's only because I'm travelling with Mahatma Ji. For all of us, we're developing so much love and respect for each other because we're following Guru Maharaj Ji."
The power of love explodes into action as Maharaj Ji takes a red speedboat around a bay in New Zealand; love complements love as premies place their devotion at their Master's feet. Behind the film the music of Power of Love and Words of Love echoes the lyrical innocence of a small child handing Maharaj Ji a flower and receiving a cosmic thank you;
"You know, many premies come to me about all the different rumours that are going on, that this has happened, and that has happened, and, well just a bunch of rumours. And they are very, very confused. They say, "Well, we heard that this has happened." They come with all these big problems and rumours, and there's only one answer. Look, you got your meditation, you got this Knowledge; do meditation, do satsang and do service, and split. That's all you've got to do; that's all you need. You know?
Out of 83 premies, between 50-60 attend satsang regularly, and a large portion of the community is made up of teachers. The ashram serves as a social centre for DUO Perth, with an entertainment area capable of holding 60 people. Another asset to togetherness is their 40-seater bus, which provides transport on outings, meditation retreats, and for the long trek across Australia to the east coast festivals and darshan programs. Pre-Knowledge satsang happens once a week, with aspirants being interviewed personally by the DUO Director.
an interview with Judy Osborne, midwife at the delivery of Premlata.
12 Holy Company
Mahatma Padarthanand Ji's visit to Sydney coincided with the local Holi celebrations, so the whole week became a feast of plays, songs and satsang.