EDMONTON May 7th - In
Edmonton there are four yogis and yoginis giving Realization. They
pray for more opportunities to do the job of Sahaja Yoga. Like all
other yogis, they feel the urge to pass on this access to
transformation through love and compassion.
Recently, Andrei Harabor was invited to speak on Global TV,
thirty seconds as a pediatrician, then three minutes to introduce
Sahaja Yoga. He was then offered the booth at the moms and tots fair
for two days.
There Shri Mataji's large smiling picture was facing the
playground. Most of the work was done with the attention, to raise
all these small jumping kundalinis. The mothers were not interested,
but the kids liked it. Around 150 people got it.
Before that, it was the Women's Show, with a smooth flow for two
days. Jean-Louis Barbier has also systematically given Realization
to the students choirs and orchestra he is conducting, to his
private students and to his fellow teachers. The process is so easy.
They just have to open their hands.
The police department,
several battered women's shelters, the gigantic West Edmonton Mall
and the University of Alberta administrative staff are all
institutions interested in inviting the Sahaja Yogis to give
Realization. They are next on the list.
Jean-Louis also conducted a six week operatic intensive program
in May. The Sahaja Yoga classes were scheduled for all participants
every morning for forty-five minutes. If they don't stick to it, at
least they have gotten their Realization.
"We thank our Great Mother for providing us with these
opportunities," says Jean-Louis. "We are anxiously waiting for the
What Man Lives By
I understood that God does not wish men to live
and therefore does not reveal to them what each one needs
but He wishes them to live united,
reveals to each of them what is necessary for all.
I have now understood that though it seems to men
that they live by care for themselves,
in truth it is love
alone by which they live.
He who has love is in God, and God is
in him, for God is love....
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