I have been attending Sahaja Yoga for about two months now and it’s been absolutely fabulous, I have been able to connect so deeply to myself, as well as understand myself and my path in life. It has already helped me through rougher patches, because I know that I am not alone, and I know that they (the collective) are there for me and that alone is enough to help cheer me up. The sense of true family, pure love and acceptance with them is astounding and I have never met (or even heard of) a more wonderful group of people.Sahaja Yoga has opened up a whole new world, a whole new dimension, for me, it has allowed me to connect with the energy in not just myself and others, but also things in simple everyday life; food, books, pictures, movies, you name it! Just by putting my hands out, or listening to my own energy, I am able to tell truth from lies, what’s good for me to eat or drink or just simply see what has good (or bad) energy. I’ve found myself becoming very sensitive to these energies, and being able to play with them whenever I like is very “cool” and a lot of fun!
However, meditation hasn’t only helped me on a spiritual and emotional level, physically, even my eyesight has improved. Despite having tried many things when I was younger to improve my eyesight (including eye patches and other such things) nothing seemed to work and my eyesight only declined until recently; I noticed it around a month after I had been going to the classes, when I found I was able to read signs farther away without my glasses easier than with them, now I need to really look into getting a new prescription, because my glasses are practically useless at this point; I find myself looking over them more often then through them!Overall, I have had amazing things happen already in only a couple short months, and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for me in my future in Sahaja Yoga. I’m excited to learn as much as I can, about Sahaja Yoga, and myself, and pass that knowledge on to others to hopefully help them on their path to learning more about themselves.