Wednesday, 21 September 2011

A weekend of music and love in the greater Toronto area

One of the great joys of Sahaja is surely collectivity and over the past weekend, a group of maybe 30 USA yogis attended the Sahaja Yoga Meditation Marathon in the greater Toronto area. We started Friday night in Indu Rajani’s house where a collective havan was held. Indu has been a yogini for some five or six years and she and her daughter and son, made everyone feel at home, and the food was delicious too.

We stayed overnight at Peter Bellm’s house, he’s been a yogi for just over a year and some of us will know him from Canajoharie or the glorious Pittsburg PA seminar organized by Tracy last year. It’s always lovely to see a yogi be so welcoming and concerned for our wellbeing, while at the same time being very relaxed, casual and matter of fact, while being the perfect host at the same time.

Saturday morning we were up bright and early and drove some of us drove two hours through charming countryside to Mitchell, a small town where a realization event was held in the public library while others went to another event in a town called Stratford, situated on the river Thames, where Shakespeare events are held.

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