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Coming Home!
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January 15, 2012
7:58 am
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January 15, 2012

Hi everyone, I can`t tell you how happy I was to discover this site today and am so looking forward to going through the training and connecting with others on the path. 

Over the years I`ve searched for answers about who I am and my purpose by doing TM meditation, meditating with a medium who channelled her very strong spirit guide, receiving instruction from a cult member in California and taking a course which iinvolved being hypnotized.  While I picked up a lot of information and went through some scary and exciting experiences, I`ve always known that the answers aren`t “out there“but within and there is only this present moment to enjoy.  That`s why it`s like coming home to be a part of this community.   

During my Tm course, when meditating, a few times I felt like I had a little waterfall near the base of my spine and it was bubbling  up.  A very strange and wonderful feeling and was wondering if it was related to the energy rising. 

My sincere thanks for offering this site and providing a forum where we can share, learn and grow.  smile



January 16, 2012
7:32 am
Sarah G

Forum Posts: 139
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April 7, 2011

Hello and welcome to the site!

Thanks for sharing your experiences with us. 

If I could make a suggestion, generally we recommend when you start with course, to stick with Sahaja meditation exclusivley for the first few weeks. That way you will get a better feel for this type of meditation specifically, and whether it – rather than some other practice you are doing at the time – is working for you. It also might allow you to focus better and to reduce any confusion that might occur when you are trying too many different things at once. After a few weeks you can decide if you would like to reincorporate other practices.

I hope you enjoy it! And please don’t hesitate to post any questions or comments here as you go along.

All the best,


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