This question begs another one: who or what is a Sahaja Yogi? A Sahaja Yogi is a person whose Kundalini is awakened and who can, as a result, use what is for most people, a new category of perception by which all kinds of absolute questions can be answered. Extraordinary as it may seem, this awareness itself, thinks, organizes and loves. It balances, neutralizes and heals human problems, and relates men and women to the divine.
A person with awakened Kundalini can feel the state of their own subtle system and can, as necessary know their problems at a subtle level and correct them. As a result, they become emotionally balanced and instead of living in the past, in the world of their feelings and emotions, or in the future, forever thinking and planning, or, swinging like a pendulum between the two, they can now, for the first time, truly live in the present.
Becoming a Sahaja Yogi implies total inner transformation. A Sahaja Yogi therefore has to be honest and compassionate.
Let us consider the following hypothetical scenario. Mr. X becomes a Sahaja Yogi. He is more compassionate, honest, relaxed and joyful, and his health improves too. Since goodness begets goodness, his wife and children are inspired to become Sahaja Yogis too. Hence, gradually this family becomes more united, joyful, healthy and peaceful. Mr. X has made the world a better world for his family. His family, in turn, makes a difference for the better in the world. Their friends benefit from their company and joy spreads. Gradually, more families become peaceful and make increasing contributions to the well-being of the people they meet.
Carl Jung, the Swiss psychologist said something to the effect that if you want to change the world, change yourself. Individuals transforming themselves will initiate collective transformation and make our world a better place.
Sahaja Yoga inspires honesty, integrity and love. It germinates the seed of goodness within the individual.