This Article is helping us to know the Seniors in our Community – that practice sahaja yoga meditation. Today it’s all about Elsie: Enjoy discovering her!
Snippets from Elsie’s Letters
Thank you dear for your e-mail. I would be honored to have you post this, I am slowly going through the rest of the e-mail and have just been reminded not to take things too seriously by Shri Mataji – that we live with joy, that life is a play. Enjoyed very much what I’ve read about Shri Mataji and Gandhi. I always learn something valuable that stays with me!
*You’ve got a very busy schedule mapped out. Sounds exciting and wonderful You’ve organized everything so well. I would like to attend some of these events, but at age 77, am slowing down a lot. I will miss you all. I fondly remember the days when I worked, volunteered helped my friends and family. I must gracefully accept that those days are gone. I’m sending bandhans to the entire sahaja yoga family and will continue to do so. My bandhans (prayer technique based on subtle energy connection) last August were sent to my friend traveling from north British Columbia for the 8 days she was driving. She returned to Hamilton safely with her husband who doesn’t drive. 🙂 I am continuing to meditate and am grateful to be where I am, presently. Some of my older friends haven’t been so fortunate.*I thank you all for all the time you spend and that I met you. I am still working on my spiritual growth and applying the principles of Sahaja Yoga.Meeting you all and Abi was a highpoint in my life. I wish I were much younger and could be more involved and helpful to our group. I do read everything you send and I do like to reply with the info I get from the various e-mails and sahaj articles. Learning about my Kundalini energy and the fact that I am my own guru was amazing. It has helped me with decision making and knowing people well. I’ve enjoyed your introducing me to meditation, Kahlil Gibran, Bach’s music, poetry of William Blake and all the others which have taught me a lot. I appreciate the time you spend sending these e-mails. I feel pressure to respond not only with love but with wisdom. Presently I’m reading my last e-mail on meditation with Shri Mataji and it has resonated deeply within me. Dear ones, I wish I could attend more meetings, learn more and offer support. With love to you all, Elsie
Did You Know?! Elsie was involved with Justine Guliani when we had the Burlington labyrinth (first) made up of stones.We hope you all enjoyed the opportunity to know more about our Seniors that remain active not only physically but as well at much deeper levels.