Play created by Halton Yogis with the contribution of brothers and yogis and children from all around Ontario. The idea was born spontaneously while driving home from work maybe one week after we received the invitation to participation to the contest-fund raising event: “Yogis Got Talent” Show. The boat was created mostly at Burlington Class (everyone contributed but it was Nitin’s ‘construction’); the statue of Shri Ganesha (the principle of Innocence that is the basis of creation) was created from clay by yogis from Halton area (many helped but the final shape of the statue was given by Shulin from Burlington with the help/decoration provided by Floriana from Oakville); the “script” is entirely made of excerpts from Shri Mataji’s talks. The vision was that Shri Mataji is the director of the play, in this case even for the play of creation she is revealing to us the “know how” about each chakra’s creation and the fundamentals of each energy centre’s precise role within our being. It is a journey explored within our own subtle (micro)cosmos, as well in parallel with the evolution/creation at the macro/universal level. Ultimately the spiritual evolution realizes an Ark from our subtle system – the Mother’s Ark (= the Ark of Mother Kundalini that takes us to a new era of r/evolutionary hope of enlightenment and transformation and becoming for the human race). For us as a collective and sahaja yoga family it was an amazing and intense and holistic experience that happened in less than 2 weeks; we did not “rehearse” with the entire script not even once before the actual performance 🙂 Totally a Sahaj Experience and we had learned immensely from Shri Mataji as well from each other about ourselves, we expanded and found out treasures of creativity within our collective!! Samantha had a beautiful dream with Shri Mataji when were still at the beginning when everything seemed perfect for a “Mission Impossible” movie: Shri Mataji was in the audience, watching our play and she loved it and enjoyed it immensely and laughing out-loud. During our performance we felt that we are on Mother’s Ark actually – like Shri Mataji’s Ark – we felt her presence and blessings and love for humanity.
We are eternally grateful for this experience and for this amazing sahaja yoga family we are.
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