Join the Inner Lights of Halton on Dec 4 and Dec 6

Shri Mataji - the founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation"The light (in general) has innocence, but this is innocent without knowledge. But your light is innocent with knowledge. We always think that the people who have got knowledge can never be innocent, can never be simple. And the idea we have got about innocence is that an innocent person is always deceived, can be be-fooled – and can be always taken for granted. But innocence is a power; it is a power which protects you, which gives you light of knowledge." "Knowledge that we have in the worldly sense is how to exploit others,…

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Thanks from Halton Students and Teachers with Mini-Lessons of Ascent from the “School of Humanities”- An Eastern Philosophy Class with Meditation Workshop

The photo above captures the best Christmas gift received last year: a mail package containing many hand-written Thank you cards from students / teachers that attended one of our Eastern Philosophy classes with an introduction to Sahaja Yoga Meditation. The Students were so open and keen that we ended up even discussing concepts such as Self-realization, the inner tree of life and the subtle energy channels, including their Sanskrit names, and connections to human biology. In their letters many mentioned that they wanted "more" of those, including mantras and Sanskrit (!) ; others wanted "more meditation", while…

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How was Remembrance Day honored in Burlington ?

We are Sahaja Yogis, Canadians and Citizens of the World. Therefore we celebrated this special day in our own way. Our "Remembrance Day" event was blessed with a strong participation! Even though the night was cold and snowing non-sop, both new seekers and the "regulars" challenged the slippery roads and arrived eager to "dive in"! We started the evening with watching a video in which Shri Mataji - the founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation - uplifted us to the message of Self-realization leading to the qualities necessary in human beings for enjoying a beautiful and peaceful World.Shri…

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Gentiana’s Meditation in Alaska and the Root Chakra’s Gift of Fearlessness (Sahaj Guru Game 2019)

Hello Everyone, I am Gentiana and I enjoy going to the Halton Sahaja Yoga Meditation classes (both Burlington and Oakville :-)) A few months ago , when I agreed to step forward and play the " Sahaj Guru Game", I chose a piece of paper among many others that were placed on the meditation table. On this piece of paper it was only one word: Mooladhara. At that time I knew nothing about the rules of the Game. Later on, I found out that there is only one rule, And that rule is.... "There are no mandatory…

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Yogis are Honoring the Valiant Right Heart on Remembrance Day

Sahaja Yoga Meditation group of volunteers - heart and center - among the dynamic Canada Day Celebration in 2006 (Burlington, Halton, ON, Canada) Guided Meditation with focus on Canada and Heart Chakra (Workshop)We dedicate 2 programs (1 in Burlington and 1 in Oakville) to Remembrance Day. It is always important to make both universal and spiritual connections when collectively people have their attention on a certain topic -- especially when it's an important one Shri Mataji's View on Patriotism - Leading the Drop to Loving this Universe:"People say:‘This is my house, this is my land, these are…

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From the First Floor to the Seventh Floor – We have to Grow!

A Three Steps Divine Plan for a Successful Collective Happening (Roses from a Burlington garden nurtured with 'vibrated water') 1. Merge and Surrender the Little Things to the Whole "People have their own ways of doing things, that one has to merge, has to surrender to The Whole. We must learn to surrender our own little, little things to The Whole, and then you’ll be surprised that we will become so congenial, so integrated – despite our different characters." (photo: Sahaja Yoga Public program in Ireland - 2 Halton Yogis attended) Character versus Temperament "Now every human…

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