May 5, 2014 marks the 44th anniversary of the momentous beginning of the Sahaja Yoga movement, founded by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi (1923 – 2011). Sahaja Yoga is a simple, spontaneous experience of meditation which triggers the spiritual dimension within the human being, leading to harmonious integration of the individual’s emotional, physical and mental aspects.…
Today on March 21st practitioners of Sahaja Yoga Meditation around the world will celebrate the 90th anniversary of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi’s birth. Shri Mataji’s was a life dedicated to humanity, the legacies of which innumerable seekers enlightened and a recorded treasure of the deepest spiritual knowledge.
Silence Your Mind is also a practical guide that shows how people of all ages and all walks of life can easily integrate Sahaja Yoga Meditation into their daily routine and find effective relief from mental overactivity, stress and other health issues such as ADHD and asthma.
H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of the worldwide meditation movement called Sahaja Yoga, passed away peacefully on 23rd February, 2011 in Genoa, Italy, aged 87. She was regarded by many as the most significant spiritual figure of our times.
What Shri Mataji did and continues to do relentlessly and tirelessly is helping to bring about our own personal transformation and to raise our awareness to a higher level.
Diego Stocco was born in Rovigo, Italy in 1976. For years he created the audio identities for three of Italy’s most important national stations, Radio Montecarlo, Radio 105 and RDS. He has recently launched an experimental album called “Music from Sand”.
The Omkar Therapy is part of a discipline called music therapy (in this case Indian music), a type of therapy that allows the improvement of the health through music.
Some movies based on the life and work of Poe have been produced for this celebration. But Vancouverite Brent Fidler’s Poe film “Last Days of the Raven” will be definitely in the center of the attention.
Sahaja Yoga meditation has been taught in Vancouver for more than 25 years. All classes and workshops are offered free of charge and are open to the public.