“An innocent person is really like a magnet and it attracts, he attracts, the people towards himself, just like a flower attracts a bee towards itself.”

“But the light of innocence is the light by which you know that love is the highest thing.”

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

If you missed the session, here is the recording:

Homework – Home Meditation

Try this simple meditation at home:

Sit down in a nice place in nature – raise Kundalini and give Bandhan at the beginning and end of your meditation. Then put left hand on the knee, towards the sun. Right hand on Mother Earth. Just breathe and feel Mother Earth cleansing our root chakra. Can also pray in our heart, that Mother Earth, please purify me, and let me feel the purity inside. Let me feel the sweetness of innocence in my heart. Meditate for as long as you wish.

It would also be very nice to do foot soak if you have time, 5-10 minutes every day:) you can find a video explaining it below.

Try foot soak at home:

Try a longer guided meditation with music:

Speech from Shri Mataji


The Mooladhara is the first center in our subtle system and is where our left channel begins, lying in the pelvic plexus, below the Kundalini. The fundamental quality of the central Mooladhara chakra is innocence, or action without motive or desire for gross personal gain, as witnessed in babies and young children. With this innocence comes an innate wisdom which, if left undisturbed, develops into a balanced set of priorities in an adult.

Thus, when this center is clear and healthy, we can naturally sense what is that right path for us, removing the need to analyse or question our decisions and allowing us to enjoy freely. By awakening the qualities of the Mooladhara, we can learn again to become more innocent beings, to bring joy to those around us, and to establish the discrimination to make wise decisions.

Read more about Mooladhara in English or Swedish.

“As children we are innocent, but as we grow we start exerting ourselves in a manner that we start losing our innocence. We lose it in two ways and once we have lost our innocence we cannot believe that others could be innocent. Another is, that we think innocence is not important.
Innocence is the sustenance, is the basis of Spirituality. If a person doesn’t have innocence, he cannot rise in Spirituality.”

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi