Experience Two Valentine’s Day Events with Yogis & Meditators from Halton (Feb 19 + Feb 21)

Our Halton team of sahaja yogis have a very special reason to get together in February. It's the time to remember the Pure Love that shines from our Spirit -- Lord Shiva. The celebration happens on MahaShivaratri festival when Sahaja Yogis from all over the world meditate on the Cosmic Spirit reflected within and without. Such an important occasion to remember, experience and nourish our essence -- explore its qualities and connection to Chakras (subtle wheel energy centres). Indeed February is all about heart and love, therefore is connected to the Heart Chakra ; Why ?!Because our…

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A Yoga Teacher’s BRILLIANT Demonstration at Birmingham University that Universe is Unlimited, NOT Just 11 Dimensions **

The painting above is by artist Anneli Shorter who practices Sahaja Yoga meditation; We'll open this article with her painting and letter -- as they express the knowledge / experience of an "unlimited universe" that comes from within.  Further in this article Shri Mataji is referring to the "subtle state / connection" that sahaja yogis can reach out to, and that remains unreachable to other people.  Let's explore it! Dear Ioana,  How wonderful the painting gave you much joy!  Of course you can use the image of it at your seminar. The reason for sharing it with…

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Lessons and Songs from Flowers

"If you are a Sahaja Yogi you have to be a flower, and a strong flower, and an eternal flower that always grows, does not fade out, always growing never fades, such a flower you have to be, then you will be surprised that you do not get into a trip of Ego neither you go into a complete collapse of Super-ego.

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Who is William Blake? Artist? Prophet? Archetype? Sahaja Yoga Answers in Three Videos and Quotes with Subtle Knowledge

He was an incarnation of Bhairavanath, that is whom you call Saint (Archangel) Michael, or Saint George who is as you know the Saint Angel of England. That is why he had to incarnate and for him this was his role to talk about Divine in an open fearless manner. He had to use symbolic language.

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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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