Mohanji Satcharita – Chapter 8 – “Silent grace and protection”

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Lakshmi Nair’s faith in Mohanji came  to her rescue when she was in a fix over a situation in her regular life. The very thought of Mohanji, a silent appeal to her beloved guru Mohanji, saved her day! Many of us may have gone through an experience similar to this.  Enjoy this beautiful sharing and read more such heart warming stories from Mohanji Satcharita Chapter 8.

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Silent grace and protection

By Lakshmi Nair

With deep gratitude for everything that I have been given, I would like to share how Mohanji never leaves the hand of His devotees whenever we think of Him.

One weekday evening, I got a call from a friend to whom I had transferred money via Western Union. I had unintentionally thrown away the receipt after the transfer of money and hence did not have the transaction number which was needed for her to withdraw the cash. When she called, she was waiting by the vendor and asked me to provide her with the transaction number. I was in a fix since I knew the receipt was gone along with the transaction number which was mandatory for withdrawal, and they also don’t accept any other form of identification.  I couldn’t help her at that moment, so I told her I will get back to her.

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That evening I canceled my evening plans and went to a Western Union vendor near my house.  The agent there told me there was nothing that could be done at that point since the money was already gone; however, she provided me with a customer hotline number just in case if they could help.  All kinds of wild thoughts raced through my mind, and I couldn’t believe all the money that I had sent was just gone!!!  I mentally prayed and promised to Mohanji that if I received the money back without any charges, I will post this leela of His as a testimonial.  With thoughts of Mohanji on my mind, I immediately called  Western Union and a very kind lady assisted me.  At first, she was reluctant to give any support, but with persistence, she agreed to refund the money and give back the transaction charges.  She gave me a gentle warning to not lose the transaction number again. I was over the moon and thanked Mohanji from the bottom of my heart, as this was only possible by His grace.  I received the money back from the vendor the next day and I sent it once again to my friend, but this time kept the transaction number with me. 🙂

As promised to dear Mohanji, I write this leela to express my gratitude and to show that, He is omnipresent and is always there holding your hand when you need Him. Thank you for your grace Mohanji.

 

|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI||

Compiled, Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 17th May 2019

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Mohanji Satcharita – Chapter 7 – “The Miraculous Power of Purity”

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In this 7th Chapter of Mohanji Satcharita, we share another experience from a devotee on divine protection. At times when we are battered by the storms of life, the only anchor we can turn to is our Guru or God. When we have complete faith and devotion, His presence, guidance and grace will help us overcome the trials and tribulations of life. He will hold our hand and help us face difficulties with courage. Mageswari shares with us some of her most difficult times and how Mohanji’s love and protection helped her face and accept these situations.

Please read about other experiences in Mohanji Satcharita – Chapter 7

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In Chennai, volunteers have been conducting the Power of Purity meditation at a cancer hospital every Sunday, since July 8th, 2018. This recount is by a patient who is getting healed through the power of this meditation. Here is a translation of her audio in Tamil.

By Mageswari, Chennai, India

Namaste. My name is Mageswari and I come from Thoothukudi. I am a 40 year old cancer patient.  In 2016, I had cancer in my colon. An open surgery was carried out to remove the cancer and then a colostomy bag was placed in position. After the big operation in 2016, another big operation was done in 2017. When I went for a check-up in 2018, they told me again that there was a tumour in the lungs. Through biopsy, it was found to be a malignant tumour and they gave me chemotherapy.

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One Sunday in February 2019, while on chemotherapy, I participated in Mohanji’s Power of Purity meditation. At a certain time during the meditation, He guides us to thank all the people whom we like, and also those we dislike. This helps us develop positive thinking.  At that time, I had a friend who suddenly refused to talk to me and told me that she wouldn’t come to my home anymore.  My parents felt very bad and they were wondering what to do as this person refused to come home.  I was in the hospital and my parents at home. A day after the meditation, I told my parents that God will take care.  Two days later, that person came home to talk to my parents.  I believe this happened only because of the meditation blessings.

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As I had a problem in the lungs, the doctors told me that the lungs had developed an infection.  There was blood in my phlegm all the time.  During the meditation, I placed this request to God – that I should not get this again. Doctors were unable to diagnose why the phlegm had blood.  They did cytology tests, microbiology tests, an ultrasound scan, and a CT scan, but no report gave a proper solution.  But in prayer, when I prayed sincerely from my heart to God, to look into my health, the next day itself blood stopped coming in my phlegm.  I am healthy now.

The following Sunday, for the second time, when the volunteers came for the meditation, I prayed that there should be a cure for cancer. Like old times, this world should have peace and a natural situation should prevail. Just like how our grandparents led healthy lives 20 years back, the world should be free of life-threatening diseases such as cancer and AIDS. We should live together as joint families. The world should be saved from all this quickly. I have faith that my Guru will fulfill my wishes soon. Thank you. Namaste.

Please listen to Mageswari’s audio in Tamil here:

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|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI||

 

Compiled, Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 25th April 2019

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Mohanji Satcharita – Chapter 7 – ” A story of grace”

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Divine grace seems to be the theme for the month. In our third story of Mohanji Satcharita – Chapter 7, Sabyasachi Rath shares with us an experience that appears as a mere coincidence but is actually preordained. Mohanji, in His most casual way fulfills the desires of His devotees and safeguards them too!

Please read other stories of Mohanji Satcharita Chapter 7!

By Sabyasachi Rath

I had an unplanned visit to my dad in Cuttack who has not been keeping well. (On a side note, after a ‘box’ healing by a benevolent Mai-Tri practitioner in Virginia, his haemoglobin levels had come to near normal and my mom’s arthritis pain had receded significantly.)

I booked my tickets from Washington-Bhubaneswar (BBSR) via Delhi on the venerable Air India from Feb 15th-23rd with a faint ‘back of the mind’ realization that Mohanji’s birthday was to be celebrated in Delhi on the 23rd and I would not be able to make it due the flight schedule. The same faint ‘back of the mind’ realization had also carried a distant desire with it to hopefully attend the birthday. I had a great trip and spent quality time with my parents for a week.

On Feb 22nd, I received an email from Air India stating that my flight from BBSR to Delhi was delayed by an hour.

On Feb 23rd, with characteristic tardiness, I realized that the time to change flights was remarkably short (30 mins) and I would not be able to catch the flight to Washington. I called Air India’s customer service and had to gently guide them to give me an earlier flight. Lo and behold, they put me on a flight that arrived in Delhi at 4.20 pm. A beautiful faint hope arose in my heart that maybe I could go and attend the birthday…which was from 2-7 pm.

I arrived at BBSR airport at 1 pm to board my flight and after the check-in process, realized that they had checked me in, along with my luggage, all the way to Washington. This meant that I would not be able to get out in Delhi.

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On reaching Delhi airport, I said to myself, to heck with the rules, I will go and be a part of the birthday celebrations. I exited myself through the domestic checkout and immigration. Surprisingly, nobody complained, my luggage was still at the airport and I was out in the city! I took a cab to the Bamyan hotel and blissfully deposited myself in the hall just before the satsang began. I soaked myself in divine bliss (to whatever extent divine bliss could soak me) and enjoyed every moment with Mohanji, touched His feet, wished Him happy birthday, got a hug – life is great!

Please listen to Mohanji’s talk on His birthday.

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Towards the end of the event, through a casual ‘coincidence,’ two beautiful and amazing ladies gave me a ride back to the same terminal from where I was supposed to leave for Washington. Their happy chatter kept me (and the cab driver) entertained through the trip :).

I arrived at the airport and went through the immigration and check-in process like a charm; again surprisingly, nobody had any questions and I was inside.

The boarding started at 12.45 am. When my card was scanned, it set off an alarm. One grim lady from immigration/customs came running to me, took my passport and admonished me in strict terms for going out of the airport when I was checked-in internationally, that I couldn’t go through immigration twice on the same day and threatened to ‘unload’ me from the flight. I put on my most apologetic face and kept quiet. She then conferred with the venerable crew from Air India, who remarkably said, they had no issues, since I was cleared by immigration! This wasn’t sufficient for the immigration lady, who then called in her boss. He came running in 5 minutes and sufficiently admonished me for accomplishing the improbable. I apologized for not being aware of the rules. She then called his boss, who after listening and debating whether to ‘unload’ me or not, decided that if the airline was agreeable, he would allow me to go on the flight. I was cleared (along with my luggage) to go. Yoo hoo!

“What is Grace? What has it got to do with life?

Simple answer! What has an umbrella got to do with rain! An umbrella does not stop the rain but prevents you from getting drenched.”

Check out this talk by Mohanji on Grace!

I took the flight and landed in Washington DC without any problems.

The grace that accompanied me through this trip has been immeasurable and I shall forever be grateful.

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|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI||

 

Compiled, Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 9th April 2019

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Faith, conviction and volunteering for the mission!

By Arun Vathavooran, UK

Mohanji says, When you move through the path of spirituality, you may face many obstacles. However, those will all dissolve if your focus stays steadfast on God. If you establish your focus on that highest Divinity, and are determined and resolved to continue till you merge with it, nothing will be able to stop or stand in your way. God or the Guru will automatically guide and hold your hand through that path of evolution.”

 Arun has experienced the above, sharing with us a beautiful experience of how Mohanji’s grace and love helped him miraculously at a time of need. He also explains how volunteering has helped his progress in spirituality, deepening his faith, love and connection to Mohanji. Enjoy reading the love of a volunteer for his Guru and the mission.

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I grew up as a vegetarian but became a vegan shortly before my Kailash yatra with Mohanji in 2016. It was a fairly straight forward process for me to become a vegan by giving up dairy. However, I find it really challenging to obtain vegan food while travelling. In particular, I find it very hard whenever I travel to far off places like Siberia on business assignments. I am slightly flexible only while travelling and consume dairy products as a regrettable exception. My travel agent has listed my food preference as ‘Asian vegetarian’ in the file for a long time. I tried to update that to ‘vegan’ in 2016, but she advised me that it would be difficult to get vegan options on the routes that I frequently travel. So, I decided to leave it as it was. My business trips normally last 1 to 2 weeks and is always booked in advance so that the special meal is requested on time.

Last summer (2018 June) there was an unplanned request at work, asking me to attend a meeting in Freiberg, Germany at short notice. The request came on a Wednesday and I had to travel the next day to make it to the meeting on Friday. My flight tickets from London to Dresden via Frankfurt were booked at the last minute and the travel agent said it was too late to request a special meal. I wasn’t bothered much because it is a short flight from London. The itinerary was planned in such a way that I would fly out on Thursday to reach Dresden at dusk, and the host would pick me up from the airport to drive to Freiberg which is about an hour’s trip. The meeting was scheduled for that Friday morning; it was also planned that they would drop me back at the airport in the afternoon to catch an evening flight.

Everything went well until I reached Frankfurt, where I missed my connecting flight to Dresden during the afternoon rush hour at Frankfurt security. They rescheduled me on the next flight, but that meant I would only reach Dresden shortly before midnight. Therefore we agreed that I should stay at a hotel near the airport overnight and they would pick me up in the morning at 7.30 am. I checked in late, but got up early in the morning, did my Kriya and was ready to leave by 7:30 am. I couldn’t get any vegan options from the breakfast menu, so I had a light vegetarian breakfast (that contained dairy products).

Unfortunately, there was a road accident (which I was not aware of) and my host was stuck on the highway which was closed. They managed to reach my hotel only after 10 am to pick me up. We were on the way, but had to take diversions as a result of road closures and reached our meeting venue in Freiberg by noon. We all realised that we were running out of time as my return flight was at 6 pm and the road closures were still in place. Everyone agreed that we should go on with the meeting without breaking for lunch, and then I could catch a train by 4 pm from the nearby train station to avoid getting caught in the traffic again.

The meeting went well and I managed to get a train as planned, but I was really tired as I didn’t have any food since my light breakfast around 7 am. I didn’t try to buy any food on the train or at the train station simply because of my language difficulties (I don’t know a single word of German). However, I was hopeful that I would get some vegan / vegetarian food at the airport.  I reached the airport on time, but couldn’t find any vegetarian options there other than wraps containing shredded raw carrots and lettuce. I wasn’t prepared to eat raw food after almost fasting the whole day, but managed to get a slice of bread and banana from the business lounge (that was the only option other than peanuts and biscuits) and hoped that I would get some food once I reached Frankfurt.

Once in Frankfurt, I wanted to rush through the security to avoid the same mishap that happened on the previous day. While rushing through, I checked my emails on the phone and found out that there was an urgent request from the Mohanji Publications Team to translate the 360 degrees meditation in Tamil along with the other meditations. It was mentioned that someone was available in Mumbai to record and a quick turnaround of the translation would be very useful.

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I had forgotten my hunger and tiredness after reading through the email but wanted to speak with my friend and fellow volunteer Jay about how we could split the work and get this done quickly. I rang him when I reached my boarding gate and we had a detailed discussion about the translation and various other activities including arrangements for an ACT seva (snack stall in Skanda Vale). At the end of the call, I realised that I didn’t have much time to look for a meal, but needed to board the plane soon. I managed to find a nearby café that served vegan falafel sandwiches and tea, and satisfied myself with that.

I boarded the plane quickly and was seated on time. To my amazement, once we were airborne, one of the cabin crew members came up to me, checked my name and said “Sir, we have received a special meal request for vegan food for you.”  I couldn’t believe it for a moment because no special meal request was made in the first place for this trip! Further, even if it was, it should have been vegetarian and not vegan. While my monkey mind was analysing this, they served me with a scrumptious meal that consisted of rice, dhal, potatoes and another vegetable curry along with a mini naan bread, followed by fresh fruit salad. I would say it as a feast, considering my situation (fasting all day) and the location (plane food).

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It didn’t take too long for me to realise that this was a divine play of our beloved Guru Mohanji. It was indeed another confirmation that our Guru looks after us and fulfills every single need, even without being asked. I have read about food unexpectedly being served to Guruji Avadhootha Nadananada while he was travelling on a train and was really hungry. I have also read a similar account in ‘Autobiography of a Yogi’ where Paramahansa Yogananda had been given food in a miraculous way while travelling. However, actually experiencing such an amazing miracle was a wonderful reconfirmation of the connection I have and deeply feel with Mohanji. My heartfelt gratitude and love for my beloved Guru for taking care of me always.

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I would like to share here another experience that showed me when we serve with love, faith and conviction, Guru’s grace and blessings are always with us.

As mentioned earlier, we soon started translating the Tamil script of the 360 degrees meditation, and I promised the Publication Team that it would be ready within a week. However, it was a busy week at work and I was under pressure to get two reports completed in the same week. Report writing is certainly not one of my strengths; normally I take relatively more time to complete reports. Further, in the line of my business, reports are an iterative process as well. Normally draft reports are updated following peer review, project manager review and client review. Most of the time, it is a tedious time consuming process.

I surrendered all to Mohanji (both my work reports as well as the translation) and started working on my reports. It turned out that I was able to finish both the reports on time and also managed to complete the translation at the same time (much of the translation was done at work during unexpected free time after reports). Surprisingly, there were no comments from any of the reviewers!

The translation of 360 degrees meditation was another remarkable experience on its own. I was able to feel energy movements within my spine and sahasrara region (similar to meditation) while working on the translation at my computer, even with my eyes wide open. At one point during the translation, I felt that I should close my eyes for a moment to enjoy this energy (the energy was so intense at that time). Once my eyes were closed, I could clearly see Mohanji standing next to me at my office desk! I have seen Mohanji in meditations and dreams several times, but this was indeed a magical experience, to see Him watching over me at work. I realise how blessed I am, to be in the protective embrace of my loving Guru Mohanji and to be given such wonderful opportunities to volunteer for Mohanji’s mission. I surrender all at Mohanj’s divine feet.

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||JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI||

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The views, opinions and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

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— Mohanji Testimonials Team

The Unseen Ring of Protection

by Arpana Nazre, Bangalore, India

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As given in the quote above, Arpana Nazre had an unnerving experience that taught her to face life with courage and faith in the Guru. Our Guru Mohanji gently held her hand and protected her through this difficult experience, giving her the strength to deal with it. Read on about this alarming experience which shows us how Mohanji protected Arpana through this ordeal, showing us yet again, He is always with us!

This incident happened recently, when we shifted to a temporary location, since we were renovating our current home. We had moved to a house which unfortunately didn’t have a proper car parking space, hence we had to park my car on the street. Considering this was a main road leading to a residential colony, there was a lot of moving traffic. I had chosen a space diagonally opposite to my house, in front of an empty plot.  Within a few days, construction of a residential building started, and we saw a lot of building materials being shifted to the plot in front of which I had parked my car. So essentially my car was blocking their work. The workers repeatedly instructed us to move my car elsewhere.  We were unable to find a suitable place immediately. They expressed discontent over my car being parked in the same place.

That day as usual, I started for my office. Usually, I approach the car from the back, since my house is way behind from where my car was parked. I got into the car and started the engine like every day. As I steered the wheel and got moving, I could feel the wheels hitting something hard, and there was a loud sound. I immediately put on the brakes. By then, a labourer who was working close by, rushed towards my car window and started yelling at me – “Can’t you see that there is a machine here? You have broken my machine…” and so on.  I was stunned and wondered, ‘what machine?’  When I got into the car, there was no view of any machine. Apparently they had kept an iron rod cutting machine within a foot of the car, which was totally not visible from the driver’s seat. Now whether they had done it on purpose or not, I had no clue. As it was not visible, there was no way I could have seen it. After sharing my point of view,  I left for my office.

When I reached the office, I got a call from my mother, saying that the labourers had been creating a very big issue out of it, and had demanded money for the repair of the machine. I suggested we pay some money for the damages. A short while later, the labourers had started using the same machine, which they claimed had been damaged. Noticing this, my mother went up to them to check if the machine was working. They mentioned that they got it repaired. It was surprising that a big machine, which was damaged and needed repairs, was working within a few minutes after the hit. In my estimation, it should have taken them at least half a day in a city like Bangalore, for the technician to arrive and do the repairs. We smelt something foul here, but kept silent as we didn’t want further issues.

Later in the day, when I reached home, my mother asked me to park the car on the adjacent street,  to avoid arguments with the workers. I did as I was told and we forgot about the matter.

Next day, we had to leave for some work. My mother asked me to get the car from the adjacent street, while she locked the doors of the house. I went to get my car. While reversing the car, in the rear view mirror, I saw the same guy who had fought with me the previous day, standing there with his bike. The street was completely isolated, with no one there.

When I reversed the car, I saw that there were three more of his accomplices, and they surrounded my car. The main guy parked his bike blocking my exit from the street. I immediately knew this was turning ugly. At that moment, I just uttered Mohanji’s name. Before I could think of any action, these guys were near my car window, shouting and threatening me. Still in the driving seat, I called my brother-in-law who stays nearby, and asked him to get the police.  The main guy who created the whole ruckus, started shouting threateningly, that I could call the police and he was not bothered.

The situation was getting out of hand, so I got out of the car and confronted them head-on. Strangely, I was facing all four men alone, with no kind of fear or anxiety. I then started reasoning with him, explaining in a calm manner the way the situation unfolded. He still wouldn’t listen and was yelling at the top of his voice.

Suddenly, an old man (around 70 years) appeared out of nowhere and intervened, consoling the main guy who was creating a big scene in the street. Amidst this commotion, I remember seeing the old man keeping his hand on the labourer’s chest, asking him to calm down. Within a few minutes, this angry man turned around and abruptly left the street along with his accomplices. By the time my mother and brother-in-law reached the place, the entire episode had died down.

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As this guy left, there was this strange kind of feeling within me, and I knew deep down that this man will not bother me again. Everything was over within a few minutes and the matter was resolved. I also noticed that I was strangely calm and composed even after this entire altercation. My mother and brother-in-law were thinking of filing a complaint at the nearby police station, but I knew that it was not needed and they would not bother us anymore.

My mom was extremely worried, since these guys work right opposite our house, and they can do anything at any point in time, considering she would be alone. They could even find ways of extracting money from us.

To our utter surprise, the man changed completely and wouldn’t even look at us. The same person who looked exceedingly agitated just a few hours ago, was quite calm, as if nothing had happened. It was extremely surprising to note that each day as we passed him, even if there was eye-contact, he showed no signs of enmity or anger towards us.

A few days later, I met Mohanji and shared with Him the entire incident. He listened and said nothing but one line – “Always remember – I am always with you, no matter what.” Even at that moment, my sleepy brain didn’t register something vital. Only while driving back home, I realized that the person who had come and calmed both the parties was none other than Him. How could I miss such a detail? It was no wonder that this person had suddenly calmed down, from his extremely agitated state to not bothering to look at us. To this day, that person is still working, but has not troubled us after the incident. This is nothing short of a miracle. Mohanji, in His most unassuming way, showed that He is with me, but never took credit for resolving the situation. Isn’t this a sign of a most elevated Master, who does His work, but doesn’t acknowledge or take credit for it?

There are no words to describe the stature of such an elevated Master. All I know is I am extremely blessed to be under His umbrella, for which I know not of any merits in this lifetime. A Sathguru is always protecting His disciples, through rain or shine. It is for us to see His grace, protection and blessing in every situation of life. Or we might miss the whole point. How can I express my gratitude, for such grace and protection? All I can do is share His leelas, so more come under this protective umbrella of our Guru, Mohanji.

Koti koti pranams at the holy feet of our Master – Jai Mohanji.

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||JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI||

Disclaimer:
The views, opinions and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

We reserve the right to delete, edit, or alter in any manner we see fit blog entries or comments that we, in our sole discretion, deem to be obscene, offensive, defamatory, threatening, in violation of trademark, copyright or other laws, of an express commercial nature, or otherwise unacceptable.

— Mohanji Testimonials Team

“Being Mohanji”, the Flower with 108 Petals

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In May 2018, Testimonials team started a special drive of collecting devotees’ thoughts and expressions of how they conceive themselves as “Being Mohanji”. As everyone knows Mohanji has various facets, expressions and subtlety and everyone perceives Him differently.

This drive was not about what devotees think of Mohanji, rather what they think of themselves, if they were Mohanji. In a way, this would show which facet of Mohanji they connect to and which is the characteristic that they reflect on.

We thought of running this drive of publishing devotees’ expressions one a day every day for a month. However, this became so popular that devotees from various locations started sending their expressions. Today, at the end of August, we have reached exactly 108th expression.

We felt we would offer this flower with 108 petals at the lotus feet of Mohanji – a tiny offering to show what devotees are reflecting inspired by Him and being merged in His consciousness.

Dear Mohanji, our deep gratitude to You for the ocean deep inspiration and continuous guidance in bringing out “a Mohanji” from each one’s heart.

If every devotee / follower of Mohanji displayed even 10% of what Mohanji truly is, this world will be the real heaven, where there is only unconditional love and synchronicity between all beings of Mother Earth!

We will not stop this drive with this one flower with 108 petals. We will keep continuing creating more flowers. Feel free to write yours at testimonials@mohanji.org.
In the meantime, please enjoy the fragrance of this sacred flower with all its 108 soft and sweet petals.

Videos with these expressions are also published on YouTube!

Click on to enjoy these videos too!

    1. Set 1
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    3. Set 3
    4. Set 4
    5. Set 5
    6. Set 6
    7. Set 7
    8. Set 8
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    10. Set 10
    11. Set 11

 

The 108 petals of the “Being Mohanji” flower are as below:

Petal #1

1 Testimonial-Shyama

Petal #2

2 Testimonial-Madhu

Petal #3

3 Testimonial-Mina

Petal #4

4 Testimonial-George

Petal #5

5 Testimonial-Mina 2

Petal #6

6 Testimonial-Mahesh

Petal #7

7 Testimonial-Kristina

Petal #8

8 Testimonial-Rima Yadav

Petal #9

9 Testimonial-Ananth Sankaran

Petal #10

10 Testimonial-Devi

Petal #11

11 Testimonial-Rakshitha Ananth

Petal #12

12 Testimonial-Salona Surjoo

Petal #13

13 Testimonial-Smriti Mathur

Petal #14

14 Testimonial-Payal Kaul

Petal #15

15 Testimonial-Jelena Fassbender

Petal #16

16 Testimonial-Dr Harpreet Wasir

Petal #17

17 Testimonial-Lana Osei

Petal #18

18 Testimonial-Deloshni Govender

Petal #19

19 Testimonial-Biljana Vozarevic

Petal #20

20 Testimonial-Maya Ozegovic

Petal #21

21 Testimonial-Aleks Glusac

Petal #22

22 Testimonial-Monika Balenovic

Petal #23

23 Testimonial-Jelena Tubica

Petal #24

24 Testimonial-Ivana Igric

Petal #25

25 Testimonial-Natasha Stiyakovic

Petal #26

26 Testimonial-Vidya Iyengar

Petal #27

27 Testimonial-Kishore Mundanad

Petal #28

28 Testimonial-Sabyasachi Rath

Petal #29

29 Testimonial-Nirupama Chanundhary

Petal #30

30 Testimonial-Veni Pather

Petal #31

31 Testimonial-Dragan Vucenovic

Petal #32

32 Testimonial-Dragan Vucenovic2

Petal #33

33 Testimonial-Sandra Sankar1

Petal #34

34 Testimonial-Sandra Sankar2

Petal #35

35 Testimonial-Phoebe Amelia Gitzel

Petal #36

36 Testimonial-Tina Arya

Petal #37

37 Testimonial-Jelena Sijan

Petal #38

38 Testimonial-Nilesh UK

Petal #39

39 Testimonial - Hemant, UK

Petal #40

40 Testimonial-Vijay UK

Petal #41

41 Testimonial-Yohan UK

Petal #42

42 Testimonial-Dushi UK

Petal #43

43 Testimonial-Anja Serbia

Petal #44

44 Testimonial-Harish UK

Petal #45

45 Testimonial-Nikita India

Petal #46

46 Testimonial-Lisa UK

Petal #47

47 Testimonial-Rekha, India

Petal #48

48 Testimonial-Dejan, Croatia

Petal #49

49 Testimonial-Padmini, Singapore

Petal #50

50 Testimonial-Natesh, USA

Petal #51

51 Testimonial-Mallika, India

Petal #52

52 Testimonial-Nameshri, SA

Petal #53

53 Testimonial-Rajesh, India

Petal #54

54 Testimonial-Barbara, Serbia

Petal #55

55 Testimonial-Stasa, Serbia

Petal #56

56 Testimonial-Nikolina, Serbia

Petal #57

57 Testimonial-Mita, UK

Petal #58

58 Testimonial-Manu, USA

Petal #59

59 Testimonial-Vacharya SA

Petal #60

60 Testimonial-Don, Malaysia

Petal #61

61 Testimonial-Marijana, Croatia

Petal #62

62 Testimonial-Subhasree, UK

Petal #63

63 Testimonial-Ana, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Petal #64

64 estimonial-Paolina, Croatia

Petal #65

65 estimonial-Hanumatananda, Macedonia

Petal #66

66 Testimonial-Arunasalam, UK

Petal #67

67 Testimonial-Preethi, India

Petal #68

68 Testimonial-Mina, Serbia

Petal #69

69 Testimonial-Ivana, Croatia

Petal #70

70 Testimonial-Priya, SA

Petal #71

71 Testimonial-Devadas, India

Petal #72

72 Testimonial-Ashtamoorthy, USA

Petal #73

73 Testimonial-Marijana, Serbia

Petal #74

74 Testimonial-Tanja, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Petal #75

75 Testimonial-Asha, USA

Petal #76

76 Testimonial-Kirti, India

Petal #77

77 Testimonial-Mina 4, Serbia

Petal #78

78 Testimonial-Tamara, Macedonia

Petal #79

79 Testimonial-Aiswarya, India

Petal #80

80 Testimonial-Angela, Macedonia

Petal #81

81 Testimonial-Lata, USA

Petal #82

82 Testimonial-Shaloo, Canada

Petal #83

83 Testimonial-Vignesh, UK

Petal #84

84 Testimonial-Sanya, India

Petal #85

85 Testimonial-Ketan, Canada

Petal #86

86 Testimonial-Devika, India

Petal #87

87 Testimonial-Eric, Canada

Petal #88

88 Testimonial-Pritirupee, UK

Petal #89

89 Testimonial-Bojana, Macedonia

Petal #90

90 Testimonial-Neha, Canada

Petal #91

91 Testimonial-Biljana, Serbia

Petal #92

92 Testimonial-Jayamadhavan, India

Petal #93

93 Testimonial-Sini, UAE

Petal #94

94 Testimonial-Nikunj, India

Petal #95

95 Testimonial-Gitanjali, India

Petal #96

96 Testimonial-Jayshree, USA

Petal #97

97 Testimonial-Usha, India

Petal #98

98 Testimonial-Tatjana, Serbia

Petal #99

99 Testimonial-Nilesh, Canada

Petal #100

100 Testimonial-Anila, India

Petal #101

101 Testimonial-Alpa, Canada

Petal #102

102 Testimonial-Keta, India

Petal #103

103 Testimonial-Trishita, Canada

Petal #104

104 Testimonial-Punam, Canada

Petal #105

105 Testimonial-Salona, South Africa

Petal #106

106 Testimonial-Tea, Serbia

Petal #107

107 Testimonial-Bharat, India

Petal #108

108 Testimonial-Dejan, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Disclaimer:

The views, opinions and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.
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The Shield – Mohanji’s Kavacha

Mohanji Kavacha

Our Gurur Mohanji is working relentlessly and tirelessly working round the clock to protect us: something that most of us know and have experienced.  This is clearly evident from the following experiences.

Preeti Duggal, Bangalore

Late one evening, after dinner, Preeti’s children and sister-in-law, Devyani, went out for ice-creams to a frequent haunt, not far from her home in Bangalore, India. After enjoying their ice-creams, while walking back towards the car, a person suddenly appeared from nowhere and tried to snatch Devyani’s handbag. The snatcher gave her a hard push and she fell flat in the middle of the road! The road was a busy one with fast-moving vehicles and it was miraculous that there was only one speeding bike that stopped inches from her! Thoroughly shaken and in a panic, my daughter rapidly got everyone in the car and tried the ignition,  but it wouldn’t start. She then called her father, Rajiv, who quickly reached the spot, faced no problem to start the car, and drove the family to the nearby hospital.  By the time they reached the hospital, Devyani was in great pain, unable to move. We expected a fracture or internal injury from that hard fall on the concrete road.

All this while, Preeti constantly chanted Mohanji’s Gayatri  Mantra and transferred  Mai-Tri Healing energy to Devyani. After a couple of hours, to the great relief of the family, the X-Ray and scan confirmed that there was no fracture nor internal injury.  When they returned home after this 3-4 hour-long ordeal, on retrospection, the family realized one thing very clearly – how much Mohanji had protected them during this incident.

Mohanji, the compassionate guru that he is, protects not just those of us who believe in him, but their families, and the lineage, both in the past and future! Devyani could have been easily hit by a fast-moving vehicle when she fell in the middle of the busy road, yet there was only one bike on the road that stopped in the nick of time. This does not seem to be a coincidence. Certainly, a big karma had to be exhausted, but it happened in a much lighter way.

We thank you Preeti Duggal, for sharing this beautiful experience with us.

Jai Mohanji!

Chandralekha, Palakkad

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I am a psychiatric counsellor, working for a psychiatric hospital in Palakkad. Since the past two years, I have been regularly attending Mohanji’s meditation sessions at the Shirdi Sai Baba Temple at Palakkad. Some days ago, Mr. Devdas gave me a copy of the ‘Siva Kavacham’ chanted by Mohanji and I started listening to the Kavacham from that day itself.

The following Monday, when I was sitting in my counselling room, a man was furiously rushing around with a metal rod having sharp ends. He was a psychiatric patient. Hearing a loud noise of something breaking, I hurried out to know what was going on. Suddenly, the patient rushed towards me with the metal rod.  I tried to shut the door quickly, but he pushed the door and tried to forcibly enter the room.  Struggling, I found a small gap and ran out of the room and managed to overpower him from behind. All happened within minutes. Soon, the other staff members heard the sounds and came to my rescue and took him out.

I am usually a calm and quiet person, and I have never experienced a situation like this in the past. I don’t know how I got the strength and the idea to manage the situation that day!  I also realised that neither patient nor I was hurt or injured in any way. I am sure my saviour saved me and my family!

Thanks a lot Mohanji, for being with me and my family.

It was then that I understood the purpose of getting the Shiva Kavacham.”

– Chandralekha

Rajeshwari, Delhi

Mohanji, SP is unwell with altitude sickness. He left this morning for Ladakh and it hit as soon as he landed. Please be with him.” This was the message I sent Mohanji a couple of days ago.

Recently, my younger daughter Devika and her father, husband, SP,  left for Ladakh, on a work trip. Ladakh has always been a part of our lives for over 30 years.  We went there as often as we could, taking our children there for the first time when they were barely 9 and 7-year-olds. The altitude, the biting cold, the terrain…none of these things had ever bothered us so far, even though SP suffers from chronic Asthma. So when Devika called asking me if I had heard of a tablet called Diamox, I panicked – the tablet was what one took in case of altitude sickness. She added that SP had been a bit dizzy since landing and he had blacked out on reaching their homestay. The nearest doctor was away visiting another village, and taking SP back to a hospital in Leh would take a couple of hours. I said a quick prayer – Mohanji’s Gayatri – and then told her to go ahead and give SP the medicine (even though we had no idea if SP would turn out to be allergic to the drug). I disconnected the call and immediately sent the message to Mohanji.

His response was quick – “I am with him”. Mohanji also asked me to chant a mantra as often as I could. The rest of my day was packed with meetings. I chanted in the car, between my meetings and on the way home.  I tried their mobiles every hour but I was unable to get through. Was I worried? Yes, I was, but I knew deep down that it would work out as it was meant to. When my phone finally rang around 10 pm, I heard SP’s calm voice, a bit softer than normal, telling me that he was fine. I said I had been worried. And he said, “Yes, I know and you told Mohanji.”

As I write this I marvel at the expansive silence that resides within me despite the patchwork that life weaves around me time and again. Mohanji has shown me the plausibility of faith and the positive impact it has on me and everyone around me.

Somewhere I have begun to understand what Mohanji means when he says, “I am with you”.

As I write this SP is back at work, still in Ladakh!

– Rajeshwari

These experiences prove beyond doubt that the Guru is always by our side gently holding our hand unconditionally and walking us through the storms of life towards liberation. 

HOlding Hand

||JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI||

Disclaimer:
The views, opinions and positions expressed by the authors and those providing comments on these blogs are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions or positions of Mohanji, Mohanji Foundation, it’s members, employees or any other individual or entity associated with Mohanji or Mohanji Foundation. We make no representations as to accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of any information presented by individual authors and/or commenters on our blogs and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use.

We reserve the right to delete, edit, or alter in any manner we see fit blog entries or comments that we, in our sole discretion, deem to be obscene, offensive, defamatory, threatening, in violation of trademark, copyright or other laws, of an express commercial nature, or otherwise unacceptable.