Sahaja Yoga Meditation (http://www.sahajayoga.nl) is meant for everyone who desires to find his or her trueself, which is full of peace, joy of life and love for others. It is not just a book or a set of exercises but a living science that will open up to you gradually as your meditations become deeper and your experience stronger and more fulfilling. Sahaja Yoga Meditation was developed by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi (http://shrimataji.org/). It involves the awakening of a subtle spiritual energy known as the Kundalini which lies dormant in the sacrum bone at the base of the spine in three-and-a-half coils. The gentle awakening of this Kundalini energy (http://www.sahajayoga.org/whatissy/kundalini_self_realization.asp) and the inner journey of self discovery is known as Enlightenment (Self-realization) (http://www.sahajayoga.org/whatissy/kundalini_self_realization.asp). Sahaj means ‘spontaneous’ or ‘born with you’ and yoga translates as ‘union’ (with the Divine or all-pervading power). Sahaja Yoga Meditation then translates as ‘the method of divine union through yoga which everyone is born with’. Sahaja Yoga Meditation classes are held in over 80 countries around the world and are always provided free of charge. Right from the earliest days, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi made it clear that this knowledge and the process of union effected by our Self-realization is the birthright of every human being and therefore cannot be charged for.
This Friday the 26th of June at 8 PM there will be a small fusion concert of Anna Stefanova and Chetna Sehgal, professional singers of classical and Indian music, they will be accompanied by the pianist Mariya at the Sahaj centre at Manenburgstraat 22 hs, 1097 NC Amsterdam.
The entrance is free, donations are welcomed.