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In the summer of 1984, in a period of eighteen days, there were four Sahaja Yoga public programmes in London. In Lambeth, Hampstead, Ilford and Chiswick — the south, north, east and west — Shri Mataji spoke on four evenings in what could be considered to be the longest and most complete introduction to Sahaja Yoga. These four programmes, collectively known as “The Experience of Truth,” totalled more than five hours. She spoke, continuing from one lecture to the next, with the understanding that the same audience was in attendance. There was very little repetition, only recap. The description was in depth. The wisdom was unique. Questions were answered. Shri Mataji spoke about the truth within — truth known to us through our senses and the truth perceived through vibrations. She spoke about truth as an unchanging absolute and our ability to become that truth in a new collective consciousness. And finally she spoke to us about the enjoyment of that truth — the very nature of the Divine. “You become the joy,” she said, “the source of joy and the giver of joy. You enjoy yourself because your Self is glorious.” We could not have asked for more. It was a summer to remember.