Argentina: Sahaja Yoga with Music of Joy

Argentina: Sahaja Yoga with Music of Joy

Dec 1, 2008.

(La Pampa, Argentina) Practitioners of Sahaja Yoga in Argentina has organized Music of Joy show which combines singing, dance and Sahaja Yoga Meditation, in two theaters of the city with the attendance of 1800 people.

The first presentation was held at the University of La Pampa, attracting a turnout of 600 people. On the second day, 1,200 people attended the outdoor performance. The audience included people of all ages and religious backgrounds, all intrigued by the depth of this universal experience and the high quality performances.  Music of Joy concerts are always free of charge, everywhere in the world.

The artists were also interviewed on radio shows, on which they performed live music for listeners and guided them through simple meditations.  An uncountable number of people experienced the peace and joy of this unique meditation over the airwaves.

“Music of joy” is a show based on music and dance, mainly in traditional Indian style.  It includes an introduction to Sahaja Yoga principles, the human subtle system and the universal experience of Self-Realization.  The attendants are also introduced to Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, the founder of Sahaja Yoga, and the experience of spontaneous kundalini awakening.

Video: A Qawwali from Music of Joy Argentina

Free Sahaja Yoga Meditation classes started only one year ago in this city of Argentina. However, there is already a growing group of established practitioners, who had organized these wonderful presentations.

Nuns getting Self-realization


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  • juan
    Aug 1, 2009
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    mi nombre es juan y soy de argentina..
    tengo imagenes de un diario de argentina en donde aparecen grupos de jovenes de 16 a 20 años meditando en sahaja yoga. tengo imagenes de ese evento. cuanod lo deseen me las piden



  • Abhay Amlekar
    Aug 28, 2009
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    Nice article..especially the pic of nuns taking self realisation :)



  • Ashish Kakkar
    Aug 28, 2009
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    Nice to see that people have such a great interest in Indian classical in Argentina. Also music is a nice medium for introducing people to their inner spirit.



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