In January 2015 we had been contacted by Anduhyaun Aboriginal Shelter for Women and Children to provide bi-weekly sahaja yoga meditation classes. Anduhyaun means “Our Home” in Ojibwe language 🙂 and this opened our hearts right away! Since March 5th 2015, we’ve embarked on a wonderful journey and with each class both our volunteer instructors, as well Anduhyaun’ participants had experienced inner growth and connection. We are looking forward to deepen our on-going collaboration , gratefully thanking to Jannies and Grace from Anduhyaun for their Appreciation Letter (copied further below). This Article is dedicated to everyone in “Our Home – Anduhyaun“.
The images are freshly taken during a recent outdoors sahaja yoga meditation seminar we had at Crawford Lake in Halton region – a place with Aboriginal Roots and with great vibrations that we were longing for! Such a surprise to see the sculptures by various Native Indian artists.
Soon we plan a new outdoors Sahaja Yoga seminar stay tuned and Listen to this song!!
(audio!! Song from WORLD EXPO MILAN 2015) “Sing a Song Called Life”
— dedicated to Anduhyaun! The song was composed and performed by international artists that are practicing sahaja yoga meditation! Enjoy!
Thank you to Sahaja Yoga Volunteers – Appreciation Letter from Anduhyaun
Aboriginal Wisdom and Art from Crawford Lake in Halton