Dear Visitor! Here you can find many stories, legends and quotes from different times, cultures and religions. We collected all of them to show the essence of one of the Sahaja Yoga basics - wisdom, which is build-in, universal quality within us. (You can choose categories from the drop-down menu moving your mouse to the "Wisdom" menu from above)
"The wisdom or the essence of Guru Tattva is a balance. Like when you maintain a plant, if you do not give it water it will die, if you give it too much water it will die. So the wisdom lies in understanding how much water should be given to the plant so that it comes up at its best."(Shri Mataji - Guru Puja 1982)
"...Prajna (wisdom) as the supreme perfection and the primary avenue to nirvana. The content of this wisdom is the realization that all phenomena are illusory."(Britannica Concise Encyclopedia)
Socrates used this claim of wisdom as the basis of his moral exhortation. Accordingly, he claimed that the chief goodness consists in the caring of the soul concerned with truth and understanding, that "wealth does not bring goodness, but goodness brings wealth and every other blessing... (Socrates)
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