Joy of Dandia Sticks Dance @ Raksha-Bandhan Event in Burlington

These Photos speak by Themselves - Enjoy The Sahaj Joy @ Special Sahaja Yoga Meditation Class in BurlingtonFirst Photo Album - ONLY with the Dandia momentkudos go to Gladys from Burlington Class that took all the above beautiful photos - one cannot believe that Gladys will be 70 next year!! the photos below were made by another "photographer" from our Halton group. Photo-Album from other moments of this Special Event:

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May 5th 2010 – FREE Public Program for 40th Anniversary of Sahasrara Day

We are ALL going to this beautiful Public Program - Sahasrara Day's Anniversary Event that is FREE (better announce your friends from Toronto about this opportunity!!). So please, join us there instead of coming to the Burlington Sahaja Yoga Meditation class. Actually, there will be NO Burlington Class this week. So, let's prepare a Halton invasion of beautiful vibrations /energy ... for Toronto :-) More about Sahasrara Chakra (click below): Sahasrara as an Enlightened Lotus with 1000 Petals and One Mantra Sahasrara as The Crown Chakra, posing One Challenging Equation Sahasrara as a Beautiful Immaculate Daisy

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Spring with Snowdrops- Enjoy the Romanian Martisor Tradition and Wordsworth’s Poem

In this Snowy Day in Canada, let's feel and remember  the hidden potential of the coming Spring! The Festival of Martisor is always celebrated on March 1st and one can draw many connections to the sahaja yoga subtle knowledge. Just mentioning a few on the spot: March is the month of Mars, the planet that  is associated to 1st Chakra - Mooladhara, called as Root Chakra as well) - and its energy is represented by Shri Ganesha that governs  the Innocence and Purity of the Eternal Child within us. The various statues or representations of Shri Ganesha…

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