Bless the Life

By Mohanji Acharya Helena Bjelaković

8th March 2020

A program ‘Bless the Life’ was held in Zagreb, Croatia. Symbolically, the program was held on Women’s day, so a Satsang (friendly discourse) began with a discussion of  woman’s importance and worth, the importance of  a mother’s energy and protection in life, and of giving birth. Afterwards, we talked about respecting all living beings and our responsibility to ourselves, others and the Earth itself. In the end, we talked about how to bless all the challenges, accept ourselves and others.

With Conscious Gapless Breathing, the process of entering within began. Refreshed, we continued with Conscious Dancing, ‘Power of Purity’ meditation and Mohanji Energy Transfer. The last technique we went through was the Soul Mirror Process.

The cheerful yet profound gathering ended with a vegan lunch and experience exchange. This program was intense with Mohanji‘s energy more than tangible. The cleansing process started at the very beginning with breathing and with the last technique, attendants could deeply be connected to their soul aspect.




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