COHERENCE GROUP IN BEIRUT PRACTICING TM AND THE TM-SIDHI PROGRAMME TOGETHER IN A GROUP: Highly inspiring video! It is narrated in Arabic, but many charts are in English. It explains how a minimum of twenty daily participants in the program will work, whereby each participant will commit to one or two days per week and thus the permanent group of twenty will never be the same throughout the week.
Extracted from “The Complete Book of Yogic Flying”, page 191-197.
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“During group flying, there is no real sense of time in that wholeness and
unboundedness. The body is moving wholeness as it hops, while the inner
awareness is silent, non-active, and ‘immovable.’…”
“Often the awareness spontaneously gets focused to a point.
I sense a huge unboundedness in my body. It is no longer a hard,
concrete boundary, but is rather more like a porous, transparent,
insignificant shell surrounded by inner and outer unbounded fullness…”
“I experience everything as my own Self – as my own consciousness,
so that I am hopping within my Self…”
“During the most exhilarating flying, sometimes I look around at the
group and it no longer seems like a group of individuals with different
personalities but one awareness, my own awareness, expressing itself
as different bodies and personalities.”
“Sometimes during Yogic Flying, I become absorbed in an experience of
intense wholeness and bliss. When this happens, the body naturally becomes
very upright in the traditional Yogic Flying position, feels light,
and almost disappears entirely from my awareness.
The overwhelming experience at this time is wholeness – lively inner silence.
It is as if I am sitting in a void, a void filled with bliss and wholeness.
That is all that there is. A very substantial wholeness encompasses an
insubstantial body. My awareness becomes greatly expanded and is bathed in brightness…”
Thanks to Purusha Manyu Mo.
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The event was on 21 July 2016.
Photos by Burkhard Meißner, MERU