Sahaja Yoga Telangana committee has been organizing Festival of Inner Peace (FOIP) events in and around Hyderabad to give this unique experience of the combination of music and SahajaYoga meditation technique for stress free and joyous life.
This time in that series is a concert with internationally renowned hindustani classical musician, Mr. Koushik Aithal, from Bengaluru on December 14th, 2019 at Centre for Cultural Resource and Training (CCRT in Hi-tech City) from 6.0 pm onwards. Koushik ji will be accompanied by internationally renowned classical musicians from Hyderabad.
Pt. Bhaskar Subramaniam, Former Director P.K. Salve Music Academy, Vaitarna; former head Dept. of Music, Govt. Music College, Secundrabad.
Mrs. Anandita Basu, Sufi and Classical Singer from Colombia/ Kolkata.
It was organized for the first time in Hyderabad with an Indian classical and Spanish flamenco musical and dance event on Feb 16th, 2019 at ShilpKala Vedica, which witnessed a significant turnout with audience enjoying this different style of classical music and experience of Self-realization through SahajaYoga meditation.
Please register for your free passes for this event.
Date – 14th December 2019
Venue – Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, Opposite CII, Near Google Office,
Hi-tech city Road, Kothaguda, Hyderabad
Timings – 6.30 pm to 9 pm (please be seated by 6.0 PM)
Please select the number of Free passes (at the top) to register for the event.
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More about Sahaja Yoga:
Founded by Dr. Nirmala Srivastava revered as Shri Mataji, Sahaja Yoga is a unique meditation technique based on an experience called Self Realization (Kundalini awakening) that can occur within each human being.
We have a primordial energy called Kundalini and seven chakras (energy centers) within us. These seven chakras are responsible for our physical, emotional and mental well-being. The Kundalini awakening through Self-realization nourishes and revitalizes the chakras which leads to a person feeling relaxed, calm, and joyous. This calmer state of mind is called ‘thoughtless awareness’.
The swaras and ragas in the music resonate with the vibrations of these energy centres and have the capability to energize these centres to retain their natural balanced state. With the objective of experiencing the combination of meditation and music on our subtle system, SahajaYoga Telengana committee is celebrating Festival of Inner Peace (FOIP) through different concerts.