CS Lewis Vision Goddess Procession Prophecy (Sahaja Yoga) Shri Mataji Brahmapuri 1986 Great Divorce



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CS Lewis’s Vision of the Goddess (The Great Divorce). HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi the founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation talks about English Poet CS Lewis’s Vision of the Goddess in a Procession and how foresaw Her Advent and Sahaja Yoga. (India Tour 1986, Brahmapuri Maharashtra)

“The other day I described to them the procession that was described by one of the English poets in his vision he saw our procession and when I told them they are very happy that already an English poet like [C.S.]Lewis could see these points and written in such details the whole description.” (H.H.Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Brahmapuri, India 1986)

Enjoy Shri Mataji’s full talk at Brahmapuri Dec 27th 1986: http://vimeo.com/25168239

‘These are the Seekers all over the world. What they are seeking is the peace of their own mind. It is a good news for such people that a unique discovery has been found out by which one can achieve the peace within. One has to go beyond the mind. This was very old knowledge in the East, especially in India. There were Seers in the West who also knew about this knowledge by which one can achieve that state of Self-Realisation. In England William Blake, Moliere in France, De Maupassant in France, and many other poets like C.S. Lewis, and certain persons in America, have been endowed with this future vision of Divine life entering into human beings.’ (Shri Mataji in her book Meta Modern Era, chap.11, The Subtle System) http://www.free-meditation.ca/archives/2195

CS Lewis Poet Writer Seer (Sahaja Yoga)
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5962CF31C94A4753 (playlist)

C.S. Lewis’ Vision of the Goddess (Procession)
“The reason why I asked if there were another river was this. All down one long aisle of the forest the undersides of the leafy branches had begun to tremble with dancing light; and on earth I knew nothing so likely to produce this appearance as the reflected lights cast upward by moving water. A few moments later I realised my mistake. Some kind of procession was approaching us, and the light came from the persons who composed it.
First came bright Spirits, not the Spirits of men, who danced and scattered flowers – soundlessly falling, lightly drifting flowers, though by the standards of the ghost-world each petal would have weighed a hundredweight and their fall would have been the crashing of boulders. Then, on the left and right, at each side of the forest avenue, came youthful shapes, boys on one hand, and girls on the other. If I could remember their singing and write down the notes, no man who reads that score would ever grow sick or old. Between them went musicians: and after these a lady in whose honour all this was being done. …
‘And who are all these young men and women on each side?’
‘They are her sons and daughters.’
‘She must have had a very large family, Sir.’
‘Every young man or boy that met her became her son — even if it was only the boy that brought the meat to her back door. Every girl that met her was her daughter.’
‘Isn’t that a bit hard on their own parents?’
‘No. There are those that steal other people’s children. But her motherhood was of a different kind. Those on whom it fell went back to their natural parents loving them more. …
‘Every beast and bird that came near her had its place in her love. In her they became themselves. And now the abundance of life she has in Christ from the Father flows over into them.’
I looked at my teacher in amazement.
‘Yes’, he said, ‘It is like when you throw a stone into a pool, and the concentric waves spread out further and further. Who knows where it will end? Redeemed humanity is still young, it has hardly come to its full strength. But already there is joy enough in the little finger of a great saint such as yonder lady to waken all the dead things of the universe into life’.”(C.S.Lewis, The Great Divorce: a dream (London, 1946), pp97-99
http://sahaj-az.blogspot.com/2007/12/procession.html#ixzz1dn­SjqOz5 (CS Lewis Vision)

Sahaja Yoga is a meditation technique developed by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi that involves the awakening of a subtle spiritual energy known as the Kundalini which lies dormant in the sacrum bone at the base of the spine in three and a half coils. When awakened the Kundalini gently rises up the central channel: Sushumna Nadi. She touches, nourishes, and heals the chakras along the way. Ultimately the Kundalini comes out through the top of our head: the Crown Sahasrara Chakra giving us our Yoga: Baptism, Union with the Divine Power of Love: Holy Ghost: Ruh. Know Thyself – True self – the Pure Spirit.

Follow along with Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi giving Self Realization – Kundalini Awakening. http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5BE585FFA2FF1A4F (multiple languages)

Sahaja Yoga Meditation is always free and open to all:
http://www.sahajayoga.org.uk (Sahaja Yoga Meditation – UK)
http://www.sahajayoga.org.in (Sahaja Yoga Meditation – India)
http://www.freemeditation.com (Sahaja Yoga Meditation – Online)

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  1. smitty says:

    perfect !!! we love you holy Mother xxxx thankyou for bringing the light!

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