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Vietnam-Tour-2014-4The Realise Vietnam Tour, conducted by Sahaja Yoga, will take place in July 2014.

The Vietnamese Sahaja Yoga collective, along with the Australian “Music of Joy” music group, will participate in a tour of Vietnam.

Programs will be held in various locations around Vietnam.


Vietnam Tour 2014 Program Itinerary

July 11th 6:00pm Schools Program
Schools in District 12, HCMC
Lot 14, Quang Trung Software City, Dist 12, HCMC, Vietnam

July 13th 9:00am , Public ProgramVietnam
08 Dong Khoi Street
District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam
Telephone: (84 8) 3915.5555

July 14th 6:00pm, Soc Trang School
Hamlet no 5, Ward 6, Soc Trang Province, Soc Trang

July 17th 7:00pm, Public Program
Grand Halong Hotel
Halong Plaza Hotel, 8 Halong Rd, Halong City, Vietnam
Phone:+84 33844044

July 19th 6:00pm Public program
Ha Noi Crowne Plaza
36 Le Duc Street
Mai Dinh district Ha Noi

July 19th 6pm, Public Program
Crowne Plaza West Hanoi
36 Le Duc Tho Street, My Dinh Commune,
Tu Liem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Phone:+84 4 6270 6688

Sahaja Yoga Workshop, Wamuran, Queensland

Sahaja Yoga Workshop, Wamuran, Queensland

We had a very successful Sahaja Yoga workshop at Wamuran, near Brisbane, on Sunday 29th June 2014. About 35 people attended, many for the first time.

The program started at 9.30am with ‘meet and greet’, refreshments and introductions. This was followed by a short introduction to Sahaja Yoga and then Self-realisation. Everyone then experienced footsoaking, clearing the subtle system and exchanging vibrations.

An in-depth demonstration followed of the various clearing techniques used in Sahaja Yoga. These treatments include candles, lemons and chillies, and onion treatment for the Agnya Chakra.

The hard-working kitchen team had cooked a beautiful lunch which was served outside in the sunshine.

Sahaja Yoga music group, Wamuran, Queensland

Sahaj Sangeet music group, Wamuran, Queensland

After lunch, a meditation/workshop was held outside on the Mother Earth where exchanging vibrations and experiencing inner silence were only interrupted by the wind, the birds and the rustling of trees.

Shri Mataji’s video talk was followed by music from ‘Sahaj Sangeet’ bhajan group. The performance was very well received, with people joining in clapping. Finally, a silent meditation left everyone in Sahastrara.

Peter Hewitson

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