Discussion and music with Music of Joy group on the recently completed tour of Asia in 2010 (second program).
Carl Jung felt that the western mind is so dominated by rational, intellectual and scientific approach to life that we often fail to listen to our intuitive inner voice which often manifests through irrational events or prompts from our unconscious.
Collectivity is the capacity to listen to our inner-self and others. With the Kundalini awakening, we spontaneously attain the collective consciousness state and become connected to others through the heart and flow of vibrations in our hands and body.
Like in the Sahaja Yoga meditation technique, the Celts used the four elements (earth, fire, air and water) to keep themselves balanced. They believed in an invisible fifth element, that held the cosmos together. Music was believed to be the expression of this fifth element which was also used to connect with our Spirit, our inner-self.
How to develop the inner quality of self mastery and why is it important to achieve this state. Through introspection and choosing the right spiritual path, we can attain the state of ‘I am my own guru’.
Shri Mataji (founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation) talks about her childhood, association with Mahatma Gandhi, opening the Sahasrara (the 7th Chakra), how to recognize false gurus, role of feminine principle, about death, the purpose of our lives on this planet, evolution of matter plus the role of artists.