By Deloshni Govender, SA
“I give my devotees whatever they ask until they ask for what I want to give” – Shirdi Sai Baba
This is a short account of my very recent incidents, which shows how Mohanji watches over each of us with ever-watchful eyes. To think that a Guru is too busy or needs for you to tell Him what is actually going on with you is an illusion. He knows everything….ALL THE TIME!!!
I was quite ill for a few weeks. I picked up an infection which was not clearing with natural remedies. This was very symbolic, as what I was energetically doing was picking up ‘garbage’ and owning it. I was holding onto it as if this was the be-all and end-all of my life, and I invited this physical virus to attack my body.
A week later, I ended up at the doctor’s because I could no longer bear the pain. It presented as an ear infection, but the entire left side of my face was swollen. Some tests and a consult revealed that I required some strong medication to clear the infection because the infection was now impacting my nerves. The nerve which controlled the sensation on the left side of my face was severely impacted and was causing a delayed response on the left side of my face compared to the right. I have pictures which show the visible swelling and drooping eyes.
I really didn’t want to take the medication, but I was cautioned that if I did not take it, I would end up with Bell’s palsy, which would paralyze the left side of my face. I was already losing sensation on the left side, and paralysis could happen immediately with no warning. The doctor was quite concerned that this was inevitable.
I took the meds, which made me very, very ill, and I could barely function. I refused to let this get me down, and I continued as normal. I didn’t disclose my condition to anyone until I had to tell a global team member because it was not looking possible that I would attend a meeting. So I had to disclose that I was unwell and would attend when I was better. He suggested Mai-Tri, and I felt like Mohanji was giving me some guidance.
In my ignorance, I explained that I had already had so many Mai-Tri sessions recently and that I wanted to just go through this as that is the best way to deal with anything Karmic which comes our way. I did also think prior to this to ask for help, but I felt that Mohanji had given me so much during His recent visit that I could not possibly ask for more.
The Guru, however, knows EVERYTHING. When you miss one bit of guidance, he will find some other way to remind you. I had not been in touch with my Mai-Tri practitioner for two weeks, but the next day I received a random voice note saying that she just wished to check up on me because her husband told her that she needed to. He actually asked her when last she checked up on me. She told him that we touch base when we can unless it’s something important, in which case, I would contact her. He scolded her and asked her why would she need to wait for me to contact her and why couldn’t she check on me without being asked. This was so funny because this is exactly how Mohanji would scold. This has also never happened before.
I ended up getting my Mai-Tri done the very same day, and I woke up feeling so much better the next morning. The swelling was visibly starting to decrease, and I was starting to feel more sensation on the left side again. The recovery is not complete, but it was definitely speeded up, and so much was cleared instead of me suffering for longer. This is the beautiful grace of our Guru Mohanji. In our ignorance, we think we can handle things, but his love is such that he cannot bear to see us struggle, and he sends the help in time.
So this begs the question, why would a Guru need to allow this whole leela to play out? Why didn’t he discreetly, with a flick of his pinky finger, just do what he needed to instead of directing me to do a Mai-Tri session?
There are a few lessons I took from this experience:
- I needed to ask for his help and intervention. I needed to own that I had a problem and that I was not coping. I needed to show my own investment in my rescue. It’s great to have full acceptance and to cope with awareness, but with awareness comes the knowledge of knowing when we need some help.
- We don’t need to go through all our Karma alone or unaided. There is always someone to support and help us through. Besides receiving this from Mohanji, I found this in the Mai-Tri practitioner and her husband.
- If Mohanji had just assisted me without me experiencing this leela, I would not have realized his intervention. I would not have felt inspired to write and share this experience. We are all beacons of his work, and we should inspire others to utilize the many healing modalities which he has so lovingly provided. So this was a reminder to show others that there is help available.
- When I ask for what I want, I get it. When I listen to what Mohanji wants for me, I get so much more than I can imagine.
The Mai-Tri practitioner said that in my Mai-Tri, she saw Mohanji hold my face for a long time. I remembered that he did this often during my recent time with Him. He always held the left side of my face very lovingly. I then understood that he was already starting the healing process. He burned so much. I did not struggle for long, and I am very sure that He prevented the paralysis that the doctor had predicted.
A follow-up visit to my doctor to check my progress revealed that I was progressing very well, and the doctor himself said that my Guru had saved me. He knew about Mohanji being in SA, and he said that my Guru made the experience much more bearable than it should have been. This comment from a person trained to rely on scientific and medical data shows what a miracle-delivering Guru we are blessed with.
“Thank you” will never be enough. I love and honor you, my beloved Father and Guru.
|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI ||
Edited & Published by – Testimonials Team, 12th July 2022
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