"…integration within yourself is very important, unless and until you are integrated within yourself you cannot be integrated outside. And the integration within yourself is such a blessing of Sahaja Yoga that a person who gets this realisation becomes a personality which is above the normal personality."
HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, 10 May, 1998, Italy
For many decades the powers-that-be have been trying to build an integrated and united Europe in economic and administrative terms. But what about spiritual and inner integration?
In response to this question, it is with great pleasure that we, the European Sahaja Yogis, humbly offer to our Holy Mother, and to the European people, the first European Realisation Day – on Saturday March 4, 2006. An initiative launched at the World Council for the Advancement of Sahaja Yoga meeting in Paris on 11th December, 2005, this Realisation Day has two major aims:
- To collectively focus the European Sahaja attention on giving realisation as one united and integrated body to all the European people seeking the truth, to bring us together subtly and spiritually;
- To prepare vibrationally, both as individuals and collectively as countries, to welcome back to Europe’s shores, our Beloved Mother, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, in late April.
As of today, there are 31 countries with 250 cities participating in this first European Realisation Day. Participation from other European countries is welcomed, in case we have not yet been able to contact you… You just need to send a message to:
We are also building a multi-language website for this day, which will be available through SWAN in a couple of days so that each and everyone can communicate individually with their personal contacts throughout Europe.
Organising this day has brought us enormous joy and we are living the collective beauty, as described by Shri Mataji over the last 30 years, and can clearly feel the power of moving as one integrated heart, brain and body, as united and loving children at Her Service.
European Realisation Day 2006