Shri Mataji: “First we will do the Havana .. Because by that we will evoke the fire element which burns away all the evils.” (1)
Angels seen in the Havana during New Year Meditation Seminar
Shri Ganesha (elephant headed child symbol of Innocence) seen in the Havan fire
Shri Mataji: “The essence of fire is the glow, all that is wrong, all that is evil is burnt off and then the glow shows on the faces and on the bodies of the seekers.”
The White Horse in the Fire (mythology)
Shri Kalki – the White Horse (good omen for change and resurrection; one can go further deeper into its symbolism) observed in the fire during the Meditation with Havana on New year’s Eve (31.12.2014) in Jodhpur, India. We all enjoy the stories next to a bonfire; did you ever try to meditate in silence next to a fire?! This is what yogis and meditators do at special seminars where the positive energy during powerful global meditations is enlightening the environment, all natural elements participate in the magic of those memorable events.
The quotes above (1,2) : Shri Mataji – “Importance on Havana” (lecture in Paris, France on June 18 , 1983) talking about the role of using natural elements in meditations and chakra workshops)
(click!) Photos & Impressions from Mother’s Day Weekend in USA @ North-American Yoga Meditation “Crown Chakra” Seminar