Monday, July 30, 2007

New album added: Ishrat by Dhakade Guruji


New podcast: Emanuel Schulz (by Gita Pattison)


Today: Emanuel Schulz

Born in the craddle of Classical Music, Vienna, Austria, this young composer and conductor tells us about his latest projects and how meditation has influenced his work.

by Gita Pattison

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Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Music for download from Sahaja Yoga Radio Library

We'd like to thank all the artists that are sharing their creations with radio listeners.

We are thinking to create the Sahaja Yoga Radio Library containing music available for download.

If you are interested to contribute to this archive and add your music, please send us an email at [email protected]

Thank you,
Radio team

Monday, July 23, 2007

Sahaja Yoga on TV (Canada)

Sahaja Yoga presentation on Rogers TV (Whitby, Canada) on June 26, 2007

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

New podcast: Huba (by Gita Pattison)

New series of podcasts:

by Gita Pattison

Today: HUBA

Being a white guy, coming from Finland and singing Soul Music, might be unheard of and yet it does exist.

Enthusiastically welcomed by the Finish Media HUBA’s first record was considered to be a perfect blend of powerful songs and outstanding music.

Front man Tuomas Kaila, talks about Soul, Music, Meditation and of course about HUBA.

Radio team

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

New album on the radio

Evening Program India Dec. 25th, 1999 by Nirmal Sangeet Sarita

Thank you Andrei for sharing it with us

New albums on the radio

Nirmal Prem - Dr. Rajesh Universe

Swagatam - Pt. B. Subramanian

Monday, July 16, 2007

New Book: Chalk Giant by Christopher Greaves

Message from Sahaj World Foundation:

The Foundation is happy to inform you of a new sahaj book for children and 'young adults', THE CHALK GIANT [It is also entirely suitable for older adults, I should add!]. Written by Chrisopher Greeves, a Sahaja Yogi from the UK, it is a charming, witty and exciting story with an unusual theme...

At the end of a long, dry spell of weather, the story's narrator, young Dan Waterman, sees something extraordinary - the faint traces of an ancient giant figure cut into the side of one of the chalk hills just south of London. [There are several such figures in England.] Stranger still, this figure is of Lord Shiva dancing. Dan's father is enthralled - being a historian, he knows how remarkable this find is.

However, the following day it rains, the grass grows, and before they can arrange for an aerial photograph of the site, the image is lost.

What happens next precipitates Dan's father into despair, makes enemies of Dan and his sister Clara, and leads closer and closer to the carving of a very different image on the hill.

It's up to Dan to save the day by finding proof that the chalk giant existed - only thus can his father's work be accomplished and family harmony be restored. But how and where can such proof be found? And who is that sinister figure who, somewhere in the background, is also searching for proof? What does he want it for? Confronted with a surprising range of enemies, can Dan find what he needs before it's too late?

The novel is written for both Sahaja Yogis and non-Sahaja Yogis - but the former will recognise at once the symbolic dimensions of the story.

One further point: this novel is part of a much larger project to produce a critique of contemporary culture on the one hand, and to contribute towards the establishing of a sahaja culture on the other. One other part of this project, SOPHIA, has already been published in Russia. For more information about this project, you can e-mail the author at [email protected]

THE CHALK GIANT by Christopher Greaves [ISBN: 1-4259-3897-3 (sc)] is published by Authorhouse and is available from Amazon or Authorhouse, or can be ordered from all good bookshops.

Sunday, July 8, 2007

Shri Adi Shakti Puja 2007 - excerpt

“If people become loving and affectionate, this soil itself will become fragrant. First thing you must learn is to love each other… But still the world is going on with wars, fighting and all kinds of troubles The whole world has to come up to love each other. There is no other solution but to love and in that love there is no selfishness but enjoyment, and that enjoyment you should feel and give it to others."

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi,
Adi Shakti Puja, Cabella Italy, June 26, 2007

New podcast: Sahaja Yoga Meditation and Peace

A new amazing Radio Show from Australia

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Thursday, July 5, 2007

New Album - Sufi Quawwali - II

New album added on the radio:

Sufi Quawwali - II
by Warsi Brothers


Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Pyar Bhare

A wonderful Bhajan, describing the incomparable eyes of the Divine.

Tuesday, July 3, 2007


An illustration of this great song based on the work of William Blake - inspired by the teachings of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.

New podcast: Sahaja Yoga Meditation and Self Realization

Find more details here.