Subtle Sisterhood in Easter Basket: Kathleen’s “Online Self-Realization” Poem, Kyla’s “Permeation” Experience and More

We got mail – from Kathleen, Burlington, Halton, ON, Canada, World
Created by an artist Sahaja Yogi — check Easter Symbolism and Subtle Connection related to Shri Ganesha, Shri Jesus and The Easter Egg

“Online Self-Realization” Poem

From a small little village,

looking at the horizon,

a child is pondering,

who would i be?

what would i become?


Want to understand,

wandering passion,

thirsty of question,

hungry for answers,

wanted satisfaction.


In a big foreign land,

eyes closed and still,

flowing with thanks,

for a journey within,

then one has become.


Breathing freely,

thoughtless but awake,

music of happiness,

heart full of love,

that’s all it takes.

Snapshots from our truly special “Cool Kids & Parents” Sahaja Yoga meditation programs that our team is offering in our communities — here is a class with Kathleen

“This poem was written just right after one of the SYMN online meditation sessions.  I felt so good and satisfied, and my heart was so full of love that i could not contain it so i have to write something down. It felt love streaming from everyone who was in that session coming to me and i felt so much love for them.  This “SYMN” – Sahaja Yoga Meditation Network online sessions has been so helpful for me to go deeper and also feel the joy of the Collective.

Poem

From a small little village,

looking at the horizon,

a child is pondering,

who would i be?

what would i become?

Kyla and Kathleen @ a Cool Kids impromptu Halton Sahaja Yoga meditation seminar (check the link to feel the Innocence)

Want to understand,

wandering passion,

thirsty of question,

hungry for answers,

wanted satisfaction.

In a big foreign land,

eyes closed and still,

flowing with thanks,

for a journey within,

then one has become.

Burlington “Cool Kids & Parents” SYMN Class – here with Kathleen


Breathing freely,

thoughtless but awake,

music of happiness,

heart full of love,

that’s all it takes.

Kyla’s Experience with a Sahaja Yogi’s “Permeating” qualities

Martisor Festival celebrated with Sahaj Sisterhood on March 1, 2020 in Burlington
Halton Sahaja Yoga Family Easter Brunch 2019 at “Gruha Lakhsmi Ashram” in Burlington

We have a lovely Family of Sahaja Yogis here in Halton region and this article is dedicated to these 2 sister yoginis (Kyla and Kathleencheck Kathleen’s Sahaj Guru Game Experience here and check Kyla’s help with high-school Students Workshops and her impressions when she was really new to Sahaja Yoga) .. Both are blossoming in front of our eyes; their genuine love for our Collectivity and keen involvement in our “Cool Kids & Parents” project is a gift that is worth sharing. All photos are from our Burlington classes and seminars ++ with the Burlington Spring 2020.

The Subtle Importance of Sisterhood and Freedom in Love

“”This is the day when we all adjust together.

The brotherhood and sisterhood is the base of our Sahaja Yoga collectivity,

If you understand that brotherhood and sisterhood is love which is very pure.

There is no expectation. It’s just love. It’s giving love and taking love.

Absolute purity within us should exist between our relationships when we call them as Sahaja Yogi brothers and sisters. And as there is understanding, complete understanding, between the brother and sister in a family, one has to know we are all part and parcel of a family, born of the same Mother.”

“Keep together. Keep together. Love each other. Understand them. Love not of mesmerism, but of freedom.

In freedom you must love each other. I never take away your freedom, that’s one thing, whether you fall or rise. First thing is for your freedom. That is the thing on which you are going to move. “

(excerpt from Shri Mataji’s lecture for yogis gathered to celebrate the Diwali Festival and meditate on its subtle meaning – Nov 9, 1980 in Hampstead, UK)
One of the last “in-person” Burlington Sahaja Yoga meditation weekly classes

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“Binding Chakras, Nature, Music, Beauty, Collectivity and Sahaja Yoga in One Personality Great Quotes & Two Poems with Enlightened Dust Life as a beautiful combination of Love & Matter – The Permeating One Personality “So that is how we have to take a mode by which we should think of…..” explore further the article..

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For all those that Celebrate the Orthodox Easter this weekend — Happy Easter !! — we will Go Deeper during this weekend’s morning and evening online meditations still dedicated to Agnya Chakra’s knowledge with the desire to awaken and emit its qualities from within. Reminder to Read & Listen to the Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic. You’re also invited to explore this article that reveals the Lamb’s Strength and Who is The Shepherd and drop a comment.. it would be nice to see what you felt during exploring this Sahaj Easter Basket that shared our love for two yogini sisters. :-).

In case you are eager for “more” there are 3 other special experiences here.

7 Responses to “Subtle Sisterhood in Easter Basket: Kathleen’s “Online Self-Realization” Poem, Kyla’s “Permeation” Experience and More”

  1. Paula says:

    Dear Kathleen,

    What an inspired poem…my swadhistana chakra is so cool right now reading all of these words and enjoying the pictures of nature, your infectious kindness, loyalty, dynamism, love, inner beauty and strength of spirit. I love these images capturing your sisterhood with Kyla and us, teaching children to meditate through songs and dance. Both you and Kyla are still growing into superhuman beings and expanding your horizons. It is an honour and a privilege to know you and Kyla and meditate with you all. Together, we can all achieve the palpable state of bliss.

  2. Jolanta says:

    I love your poem Kathleen. So simple and sincere. It is so nice to see the photo of our get together on March 1. I recall that as, we were greeting each other, Carmela jokingly announced that “there is a new law in America – no hugging”… and here we are, socially/physically distant, collectively meditating on Zoom…and the vibrations are just as strong as when we were physically together in one room watching Shri Mataji’s lecture at Paula’s place…Jai Shri Mataji

  3. Kruti Gandhi says:

    What a beautiful innocent picture of Shri Ganesha and Shri Jesus, coming out of an Easter egg. The relationship amoung sisters is also the same and this article so beautifully explains that. When I first heard Kathleen’s poem, I felt so connected with each and every word she wrote. I remembered Shri Mataji’s words that you become creative. When we touch that depth in spirituality, magic happens and we get transformed into a new dynamic personality. Kyla and Kathleen, you are a true examples of this dynamism, bliss and I am so proud to be your sister. Lots of love, Kruti.

  4. Colleen says:

    Amazing poem Kathleen, so creative and from the heart. I could feel the love. Beautiful.

  5. Holly Saha says:

    How beautiful…. feelings of being grateful for such an awareness and sisterly love!!! Its such a pleasure to see sisters growing like a tall healthy beautiful tree:)
    Love always your sister

  6. Holly says:

    How beautiful…. feelings of being grateful for such an awareness and sisterly love!!! Its such a pleasure to see sisters growing like a tall healthy beautiful tree:)
    Love always your sister

  7. Anjali says:

    Dear Kathleen, thank you for the pure, precious love you felt for us and for expressing it through this wonderful poem. it is a journey of a seeker and I feel you capture it very well.

    Your love is contagious and it bounces right back at you in form of this article (thank you Ioana!) where we can also express it.

    Dear Kyla, every since I have met you, I have seen you like a fragrant flower that easily enhances the beauty of this bouquet we collectively make…and speaking of bouquet, I see all of us as these smiling flowers so grateful to be with each other, in harmony, able to spread pure love, spread light, make life colorful, lift up each other and all those similar like us that we don’t know yet and ultimately be pleasing to the one that gave us Sahaja Yoga, our beloved Shri Mataji whose pure love we share with this world. 🙂

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