The Road to Finding out who I really am

The Road to Finding out who I really am


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I had been going to spiritual healing for my bipolar disorder and depression. The centre was closed due to asbestos being found in the building. I felt a strong urge to walk across town to where the meeting had been moved to. There I saw a poster of Sahaja Yoga Free Meditation classes on Mondays. I went and I enjoyed very much. I kept on going, I felt that I had reached the destination of my life long search for peace and joy. I had found the truth.

I became more confident. I could say ‘no more’ easily to people and situations. I found the power to forgive and let go of things that were stopping me enjoying my life. My health improved. I now rarely ever visit my doctor. I do not take any medication. My memory is fantastic. The way people interact with me is so much better. My relationships improved. I have since travelled to India and Europe on my own, something I would have never done before and made so many life long friends. My only regret is why didn’t I find Sahaja Yoga Meditation sooner.

Give this Meditation a try. Give yourself at least a month before you give up. Meditate at home. All you need for this to work is a pure desire to know the truth about our existence. Attend any going deeper meeting if available. Talk to your centre organiser, take their number, call them if you have any questions and want to be involved more.

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  • Yoganathan
    Jul 3, 2014
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    I realize therefore I am

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  • ilaval hariharan
    Jul 3, 2014
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    Silence is the best way to clear all our doubts whenever arise. It is the only way to silent our hatred towards others. Even love will be developed with the help of silence. Throughout the day u can keep silence. At regular intervals or whenever time permits. Thanks for sharing my views inthis forum…..ILAVAL HARIHARAN

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  • Andrew Low
    Jul 4, 2014
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    This testimony from Rosemary is very valuable evidence that Sahaja Yoga can be useful when someone has a mental health problem,as I find Sahaja Yoga a lifeline in my schizophrenia.

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