The Land of Canajoharie

My experience with Sahaja Yoga and The Land of Canajoharie - from Cristina (Saskatchewan, Canada) Tree in the National Village Museum - Bucharest, Romania (photo by Ioana) Cristina found Sahaja Yoga some 30 years ago. She had just gotten married and was about to graduate from Med school. She was however struggling with a scattered attention that made her feel tired and anxious all the time. When she received her Self Realization at one of the public programs in her home city, Bucharest, Cristina felt tremendous calmness, joy and connection with everything, something a lot different from what she…

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Where is Kundalini Rising First?!What is Sahaj Dharma? Answers in Aboriginals Seeking & Primordial Taboos Reflected in Chakras

Swadhisthana, Nabhi, Void and Sahasrara Chakras -Working Together for our Dharma In the summer of 2009 we had a beautiful long weekend spent in USA, in places that have a strong Native Indian footprint -  like Canajoharie. Dare to say, with really beautiful cool vibrations. This photo was taken there, near the lake and I always wanted to share it. Now it's about the right time, because we are talking about the subtle energy centre that is the source for our innate righteousness - called Dharma in Sanskrit language. Simply put, it is the strong sense of…

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Joseph Brant Festival on August 3 – Honouring Burlington’s Native Indian Foundation

There is something fascinating for me about Joseph Brant. Not only that as a founder of Burlington, Ontario, Canada he was actually born, raised and lived in Canajoharie, USA. which is a place that I deeply love and find so connected to Burlington and to this entire Halton area vibrationally wise and nature wise. Recently (this summer) we had a Youth Sahaja Yoga Seminar in Canajoharie and I will gladly share some photographs from that  place  - our Abi had represented Burlington youth there and she made few gorgeous photos -  so you can feel and "judge"…

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