Meditation Classes in Australia

Meditation Classes in Australia

Ric asked us to only judge on our vibrations what he said and taught. As we started to move I felt the vibrations flow.My personal feeling is that Ric has found a way of plugging this form of Tai-Chi back into the main frame – The Paramachaitanya-.

Sahaja Yoga: Spontaneous Union

“Whatever you do, do it with the faith that you have in worshiping, the zeal of a warrior and the sensitivity of an artist.” Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

Sahaja Yoga Meditation is meant for anyone who wishes to find his or her true self; filled with peace, joy in life and love for others. It is not just a book or a set of exercises but a living science that will open up to you gradually as your meditations become deeper and your experiences become more fulfilling.
Sahaja Yoga was founded by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.

Jai Shri Mataji.
I have already found an increase in the Vibrations, and only after 4 lessons?!
At this time I have a quest to follow all that helps with meditation.
From: Christopher Staff
Sent: Friday, June 20, 2008 1:24 PM

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  1. Subject: CMC dance 19 July 2017
    My comments relate to:

    What Sifu did or was during the Dance?
    Sifu was at Left wing and led the dance. He wasn’t doing the dance – he was in the dance, he was the Dance. By following him, we became part of the Dance whenever we truly followed.
    Magda Hribar
    Senior Instructress

    Compare / contrast Sifu’s Dance to elements of the poem?
    Immediately after the Dance Sifu recited a poem “I am Shiva”{ Tad Niskala by Adi Shankaracharya }. At first it was so soft that I could barely hear it, yet it was intelligible. The poem seemed to be about the Eternal Dance – creation, growth, decline, destruction, renewal – the cycle of nature and the universe. It encompasses everything and yet is no thing.
    Sifu’s dance was the same as this poem.
    Andrew Rohowyj
    Apprentice Instructor

  2. And then I felt dizzy and it was like the light went brighter (as happens occasionally during class) – colours were more vivid and a man walking down the footpath felt like a ripple that is me – and I am the same ripple that is him… and the traffic felt more like I knew what it was going to and when people were about to put their indicators on to change lanes etc. I felt like I was the same as the road…. everything felt more obvious and fluid… and I felt vast…Sharon

  3. Wednesday 18th January 2006
    Initially my experience was of a pleasing sense of relaxed movement. Within the first couple of lessons I noticed my attention was more focused for meditation after practising Yuan-Chi Tai-Chi. I ended up having to travel much further for classes, but although at the time I really didn’t have a definite reason why, decided to continue week-to-week, then month-to-month.

    I have had no bad experiences, and so can only relate positive ones. At times when practising I would get a sensation of shimmering vibrations on my hands, and lots of cool. This experience is well known to practitioners of SY as the flow of Kundalini (the subtle desire and mechanism of our evolution within) becoming stronger.

    I have had the experience of running upstairs with the ease of feeling as going downstairs, and of running (kind of a shuffle) completely without effort after practising Tai Chi.

    Only a few days ago I was practising my Tai Chi on the lawn in front of a big statue of Shri Ganesha (the elephant headed deity of innocence and Wisdom) at the SY centre. I experienced the feeling of many parts of the form expressing the dance of Shri Ganesha. Immediately afterwards, when I sat down, my previously good state of meditation (just before the Tai Chi) became a very deep state with lots of divine vibrations flowing. All this whilst the Founder of SY was staying in the house I was doing voluntary sentry duty for.

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