About Uluru

About the sacred Uluru (Ayers Rock)

‘Now this Ganesha has appeared in Australia as Uluru. It’s a very big mountain which looks like Shri Ganesh. It has a very big also a trunk going down. Vibrations itself will prove that it is Shri Ganesh, from the Mother Earth.’ Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.

The world famous monolith known as Uluru is located in the southwestern corner of Australia’s Northern Territory. Geographically speaking, it is close to the centre of Australia. Uluru is sacred to the Pitjantjatjara Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. 

Uluru was the name given to the landmark by the local Aboriginal people. It’s also know as Ayers Rock. British surveyor William Gosse was the first European to ‘discover’ the monolith – the largest rock of its kind in the world – in 1872, and named it Ayers Rock after the former chief secretary of South Australia, Sir Henry Ayers.

Quotes from Shri Mataji about Uluru (Ayers Rock)

‘This one is the first center as I told you, is this great country of Ganesha, Australia. The symbol of this is already expressed in the place called as Ayers Rock. Ayers Rock if you go and see has the symbol, which is embody the great Deity that resides on this. That has the same color if you see there, and it has the same Deity sitting down there, which is called as Shri Ganesha in the Sanskrit language.’

‘This is the land in the universe is the first center that you see there, and Uluru that you have – Uluru means, as I told you, is the Chaitanya, is the symbol of that purity.’

‘The Deity of innocence is your Uluru, which stands there and the people of Australia I have found have a special blessing of God that they get realization very fast, they keep it up and they grow very fast.’

‘So many centers I had to achieve! And also I was born on the Tropic of Cancer, as you are on the Tropic of Capricorn; and Ayers Rock is on Tropic of Capricorn, just in the center. So, so many combinations had to be worked out.’

Video: Shri Mahaganesha Puja – 1st January, 1986 Ganapatipule, India

Sahaja Yogis sing about Uluru.

The Sahaja Yoga ‘Music Of Joy’ group performs a beautiful song about the sacred rock of Uluru.

Version 1 with Music Of Joy
 
Version 2 with Music Of Joy and images  of Uluru

 

Rain and waterfalls on Uluru

 

Shri Mahaganesha Song by the Sahaja Yogi group Wienananda

Sahaja Yogis visit Uluru.

Uluru and Kata Tjuta through the eyes of Sahaja Yogis

Uluru and Kata Tjuta through the eyes of Sahaja Yogis. These are the experiences of a number of visiting Sahaja Yogis who travelled 3000 kms by road to the centre of Australia to visit these sacred sites. This captures from their heart the deep impressions left in their soul and as one Yogi perhaps one day this will become a Sahaja Mekka Madina and pilgrimage to receive the Blessings of Lord Shri Ganesha.

 

Uluru and Kata Tjuṯa: the site of Shri MahaGanesha, and of Shri Shiva and Shri Parvati.

Uluru and Kata Tjuṯa: the site of Shri MahaGanesha, and of Shri Shiva and Shri Parvati. All sacred sites located in the center of Australia. It is special spiritual significance to the first peoples of this land The Aborigines and of spiritual significance as Shri Mataji has explained as the location of the Mooladhara of the Universe. Images of the site are shared together with impressions shared by the Belapur Doctors and visiting Indian Sahaja Yogis