Children LOVE to MEDITATE at the Halton Eco Festival
“How Was It?” (Photos by Shulin and Story by Stephen)
Families tried also the awakening of the Kundalini energy felt above the crown chakra
Stephen from Oakville Class about his 1st participation to the Eco Festival
With continual dedication to our mother earth, it was with great love and appreciation the Halton-Niagara collective would be continuing its tradition of hosting a booth at the 2014 Eco Festival at the Glen Abbey Recreation Centre in Oakville on April 5th. Sahaja yogis from across Halton helped complete the set up of our booth the evening before the free, one-day festival, and we had lots of chairs placed about to give Sahaja Yoga workshops to visitors for providing protection of their chakras and to also raise their Kundalini energy.
Fellow exhibitioners also came by to find out more about Sahaja Yoga and to receive a workshop. In the tradition of becoming our own guru, Sahaja yogis connected with other exhibitioners and discovered more about Eco-spirituality and the sacred balance between us and mother earth; an important part of the oneness we all share.
We had many visitors to the booth, including family members who received a workshop at the same time, side-by-side. It was very positive to see the sons & daughters encouraging their parents to join in. Such is the spiritual awakening that is happening in our young people these days. We provided lots of information to visitors about what Sahaja Yoga was all about, and invited them to attend one of our weekly meditation classes. It was simply a great day for everyone involved at the Eco-Festival, and the Halton-Niagara collective reached out to so many people with the possibility of each and every one of them achieving their self-realization.
Our conclusion after participating to the 2014 Halton Eco festival: “Sahaja Yoga meditation is for everyone of any age!” and Yes, Children LOVE to MEDITATE when they learn it from sahaja yogis
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