The annual Bobin Sahaja Weekend will be held on the long weekend, 7-9 June, 2008. Bobin is a lush, rainforested area in the bush of New South Wales, four hours from Sydney, a little north of Wingham and Taree. For directions, see http://maps.google.com.au/ and enter “Bobin NSW”.
Last year we had a great weekend with beautiful vibrations.
On Saturday 7 June, the Enviro Fair will be held in Taree Park, Taree. The Enviro Fair promotes environmental concerns and world music. Sahaja Yoga will be playing a significant part in the Fair’s events. There will be Sahaja Yoga performances on stage about midday, featuring the the music group, “Music of Joy”, dancing and Qawwali music. Sahaja Yoga will also have a spot on the local radio station in the morning. There will be a large Sahaja Yoga tent with meditation, face-painting and mehndi hand-painting.
On Monday 9 June there will be a Sahaja Yoga program in a hall in Wingham, where the film, “Freedom and Liberation” will be shown. Refreshments will be provided after the program.
This is a unique concert with both traditional Chinese music and classical Indian dance inspired by the symbolism of the lotus and phoenix, not to be missed by the Asian arts connoisseur.
Versatile musicians of the Sydney Sizhu Ensemble led by Tony Wheeler, and Indian classical dancer Vimala Sarma, celebrate Chinese New Year in a unique concert featuring Chinese traditional music and classical Indian dances inspired by the symbolism of the lotus and phoenix. The lotus is a symbol of purity and beauty in both Chinese and Indian cultures. This show provides an opportunity for Sydney Chinese traditional music-lovers to hear Chen Hong Yu, an inspirational vocal artist. The Indian classical dances featured include pieces performed by Vimala in the recent dance festival in Chennai.
Date: Saturday 23 February 2008
Time: 7.30 pm
Location: Music Workshop, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Macquarie Street, Sydney
Cost: $35.00 plus booking fee
Bookings/Information: Tickets from www.moshtix.com.au, 1300 GET TIX (438 849) or on your mobile www.moshtix.mobi and all moshtix outlets.
A Cultural Evening of Meditation, Music and Dance will be held at Richmond near Sydney. The program will include meditation through realisation, a recorded talk by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi (the founder of Sahaja Yoga), a performance by the world music group, “Music of Joy”, and a special dance performance by Sandeep Bodhanker and students.
Please come along and enjoy a wonderful evening of music, dance and joyful meditation.
Date: Saturday 6 October 2007
Time: 7.00 pm
Venue: Richmond School of Arts (opposite library)
Corner March and West Market Sts