October 18th, 2019
The sixth session of “Stability in Mohanji’s consciousness” was conducted on Friday, October 18th 2019 at Navachetana Trust -School for special children in Bangalore.
This session followed the dussehra holidays. I had conducted two sessions before the school closed for vacation. Every session brings out something new and interesting. I had organized the fourth session on September 6th. That morning I had woken up with the thought of one of the special kids and taking that as a sign, decided to conduct the session on the same day without postponement.
My sister Radha had accompanied me on all the previous three sessions. I called her up and found out that she was busy with other plans that day. I decided to go ahead alone since the inner signal was strong. Much to my delight, as I entered the school that morning, a boy greeted me with a beaming smile. His eyes scanned around as if looking for someone along with me. As we went in, another child explicitly asked me, “Akka bhandilva” (Has your sister not come today?). I was touched by their recollection given their disposition.
When she joined me during session 5, the kids welcomed her warmly and even reserved a space for her to sit next to them. Little gestures such as these, which we take for granted usually, add so much beauty to life and also reinforces that the best things in life are free! Blessings are bestowed upon us every second by the universe in subtle ways. We only need to be mindful, conscious and aware of them. During those two sessions, we recited bhajans and conducted the Freedom meditation followed by the Gurupaduka stotram.
Our most recent session last Friday started with bhajans followed by Freedom meditation given by Mohanji, as always.
The previous week, I had experienced shoulder cramps. Nagging pain in my right shoulder, the reason for which I couldn’t pinpoint. There were bursts of pain throughout the day that caused extreme discomfort and did not allow me to perform my regular activities. The pain acted as a reminder to me of those who need Mohanji and the healing process. I was also reminded of what Mohanji had once said to a person who had met him,
“There’s no use of acquiring something that has to be parked. It will only gather dust.” – Mohanji
Although I had become eligible to give Mohanji Energy Transfer (MET), I had not yet been applying it in my sessions. I was not rushing because I wanted to get familiar with the kids before opening them up to MET. This time, however, I was contemplating on doing the MET for the first time. Maybe it was the personal experiences of the prior week that acted as a reminder to initiate it, one wonders?
As I started the process, I prayed to our Guru and the Gods silently. The first batch was the younger group. I could feel the energy flow and connected to Mohanji as I handled the different children. Most of them received it well but some resisted even as I placed my thumb on their forehead. I did not push them because they probably needed more time to be ready for it. During the session for the older group, I was able to perform MET to most of them. After the MET session, there was so much joy and gratitude in their faces that revealed all that they wanted to say.
Each time I conduct these sessions, I leave the school with a feeling of satisfaction and a deep sense of gratitude that through these sessions, I can provide a few hours of peace and calm in their otherwise challenging days. I am certain that Mohanji’s blessings would bring stability & light into their lives and I pray that the Guru Mandala continues to make me an instrument in this process.
When the heart expands with love, heaven descends into us. – Mohanji
|| JAI BRAHMARISHI MOHANJI||
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