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West Coast Online Morning Meditation

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NEW SCHEDULE STARTING Monday Sept. 16, 2013
Mon - Wed - Fri 6:30 am PST

Global Online Sahaja Yoga Mediation for World Peace – 21st September @ 8:30am EDT

21st September is the United Nations World Peace Day! Join us for our annual Global online event where we all meditate for World Peace together sending love vibrations throughout the world.  Last year was very powerful and this year so many Sahaj Yogis have grown deeper in their ascension. And this year's meditation will be more impactful! Join our closed group first on Facebook page, then click on this event.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/SY4peaceoneday/

IMPORTANT - HELP US TRACK YOUR PARTICIPATION!

Check the country list on the events page. If your country is not there, just type in the "Add an option' space and remember to toggle it to show you participating. We will be tallying all the participants and their countries to see if we can reach our goal of 400 yogis in 30 countries.


Primary Stream  Backup Stream 

ARCHIVE 
(See "About Archives" note below)
 
 

REGISTRATION
Your registration will allow us to notify you of last minute schedule changes, special events or cancellations.  
Please CLICK HERE to register.  

SCHEDULE
Monday - Wed - Fri:  6:30 am PST
Sundays:  EFFORTLESS MEDITATION sessions at 6:30 am PST on alternate Sundays.

ABOUT ARCHIVES
Please note that the "Archive" link above connects you to the UStream web-site that hosts all our recordings.  Archives are not typically ad-free and your audio may be interrupted by advertising.   Unfortunately it costs way too much money to disable ads at this time.  
UStream limits archive storage to 10 GB after which they restrict broadcast bandwidth.  This poses potential issues during live broadcasting.  Due to this, not all recordings are maintained.  You will only have access to about 2 - 3 weeks worth of recordings at a time.  There is no permanent archival mechanism in place for older recordings at this time.  They will be absorbed into the subtle consciousness of the ether :)