Yoga LIVE at 7 pm EST ~ Monday, July 30, 2012

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Join Sevaji this Sunday for online yoga broadcasted LIVE from Divine Earth! All are welcome. PASSWORD: destiny

IMPORTANT: Please visit this link for a list of class requirements:http://divineearth.org/divineearth/node/1900

Click here to watch Yoga w/ Seva

Donations: Pay what you can, recommended amount is $10.

A word about offerings/donations: It is of the utmost importance that you come to class with an offering (read Yogi Bhajan’s statement below). The offering should be made in the spirit of gratitude and can be in a monetary form, which is usually easiest, or a gift.

Recommended online class donation is $10.

“Itarashtam tithar Kashtam – empty handed you come, empty handed you go. It’s a law which should never be broken. And you should (as a teacher) share freely, but never receive a student who comes empty handed – that’s the law. If a person shall come empty handed, that person may sit here for six hours and do all kinds of yoga, but the moment he goes out of that door, he’ll go empty handed. That’s the only condition, and it’s not up to you or me.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Yoga LIVE at 7 pm EST ~ Monday, July 23, 2012

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Join Sevaji this Sunday for online yoga broadcasted LIVE from Divine Earth! All are welcome. PASSWORD: destiny

IMPORTANT: Please visit this link for a list of class requirements:http://divineearth.org/divineearth/node/1900

Click here to watch Yoga w/ Seva

Donations: Pay what you can, recommended amount is $10.

A word about offerings/donations: It is of the utmost importance that you come to class with an offering (read Yogi Bhajan’s statement below). The offering should be made in the spirit of gratitude and can be in a monetary form, which is usually easiest, or a gift.

Recommended online class donation is $10.

“Itarashtam tithar Kashtam – empty handed you come, empty handed you go. It’s a law which should never be broken. And you should (as a teacher) share freely, but never receive a student who comes empty handed – that’s the law. If a person shall come empty handed, that person may sit here for six hours and do all kinds of yoga, but the moment he goes out of that door, he’ll go empty handed. That’s the only condition, and it’s not up to you or me.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Yoga LIVE at 11 am EST ~ Sunday, July 22, 2012

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Join Sevaji this Sunday for online yoga broadcasted LIVE from Divine Earth! All are welcome. PASSWORD: destiny

IMPORTANT: Please visit this link for a list of class requirements:http://divineearth.org/divineearth/node/1900

Click here to watch Yoga w/ Seva

Donations: Pay what you can, recommended amount is $10.

A word about offerings/donations: It is of the utmost importance that you come to class with an offering (read Yogi Bhajan’s statement below). The offering should be made in the spirit of gratitude and can be in a monetary form, which is usually easiest, or a gift.

Recommended online class donation is $10.

“Itarashtam tithar Kashtam – empty handed you come, empty handed you go. It’s a law which should never be broken. And you should (as a teacher) share freely, but never receive a student who comes empty handed – that’s the law. If a person shall come empty handed, that person may sit here for six hours and do all kinds of yoga, but the moment he goes out of that door, he’ll go empty handed. That’s the only condition, and it’s not up to you or me.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Confusion ~ Inspirational words by Sevaji

 
Confusion
 
Have you ever felt confused, uncertain, insecure about life? A big decision is looming before you but you just can’t seem to hear the inner voice that gives you guidance and your life comes to a standstill until a decision is finally made. But so much is at stake, how to know what is right or wrong? What will the consequences be? This takes the mind into a drama, a leela, that we call confusion. 
 
No matter what the apparent cause for the confusion is, confusion arises from one condition: not knowing your inner Truth. You may feel confused about relationships, school, your occupation, or even life in general. This all stems from not knowing your inner Truth.
 
As you discover who you are and who you are not, as the self-inquiry into “who am I” evolves, a subtle wisdom grows. Instead of being fragmented with multiple personalities, multiple masks, multiple facades, a unity begins to form within you, a center of knowingness. A life lived through personas and masks is a fragmented life, and a fragmented mind can never possess a calmness, can never possess inner peace. The mind will keep on calculating and formulating which is the best persona to present in any given situation. Thus you live in authentically. Thus confusion arises.
 
Many have not taken the leap into discovering their inner Truth because they know the inquiry itself will reveal all the ugliness inside themselves, which is why they have created personalities in the first place; to hide the truth from themselves and others. Many have sought to overcome confusion by doing things that imbalance themselves so much that the significance of life become irrelevant. People who are addicted to drugs or alcohol use these intoxicants to become so clouded that their choices in life no longer matter. They escape reality, they escape their problems, they escape having to face making decisions by escaping the world. They go into a waking dream of delusion where their problems vanish, even if it is only temporarily. 
 
If you wish to live without confusion, if you wish to live with clarity, fearlessly discover your Truth. Trust that you will discover the beauty within you, but accept the thorns with the roses. Trust that you can trust yourself to find your own answers, not those that are pre-package by others who only seek to control you. Know yourself and define yourself. Know what makes you smile. Know what makes you sad. Know what your limits are. Define for yourself what you believe to be righteous, sacred, holy, divine. Then, with all the power of your being, live in accord with your Truth. And soon confusion will fade, and clarity will flourish.
 
Blessings,
 
Johannes ~ Sevaji
 
 

Yoga LIVE at 11 am EST ~ Sunday, July 15, 2012

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Join Sevaji this Sunday for online yoga broadcasted LIVE from Divine Earth! All are welcome. PASSWORD: destiny

IMPORTANT: Please visit this link for a list of class requirements:http://divineearth.org/divineearth/node/1900

Click here to watch Yoga w/ Seva

Donations: Pay what you can, recommended amount is $10.

A word about offerings/donations: It is of the utmost importance that you come to class with an offering (read Yogi Bhajan’s statement below). The offering should be made in the spirit of gratitude and can be in a monetary form, which is usually easiest, or a gift.

Recommended online class donation is $10.

“Itarashtam tithar Kashtam – empty handed you come, empty handed you go. It’s a law which should never be broken. And you should (as a teacher) share freely, but never receive a student who comes empty handed – that’s the law. If a person shall come empty handed, that person may sit here for six hours and do all kinds of yoga, but the moment he goes out of that door, he’ll go empty handed. That’s the only condition, and it’s not up to you or me.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Yoga LIVE at 11 am EST ~ Sunday, July 8, 2012

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Join Sevaji this Sunday for online yoga broadcasted LIVE from Divine Earth! All are welcome. PASSWORD: destiny

IMPORTANT: Please visit this link for a list of class requirements:http://divineearth.org/divineearth/node/1900

Click here to watch Yoga w/ Seva

Donations: Pay what you can, recommended amount is $10.

A word about offerings/donations: It is of the utmost importance that you come to class with an offering (read Yogi Bhajan’s statement below). The offering should be made in the spirit of gratitude and can be in a monetary form, which is usually easiest, or a gift.

Recommended online class donation is $10.

“Itarashtam tithar Kashtam – empty handed you come, empty handed you go. It’s a law which should never be broken. And you should (as a teacher) share freely, but never receive a student who comes empty handed – that’s the law. If a person shall come empty handed, that person may sit here for six hours and do all kinds of yoga, but the moment he goes out of that door, he’ll go empty handed. That’s the only condition, and it’s not up to you or me.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Yoga LIVE at 11 am EST ~ Sunday, July 1, 2012

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Join Sevaji this Sunday for online yoga broadcasted LIVE from Divine Earth! All are welcome. PASSWORD: destiny

IMPORTANT: Please visit this link for a list of class requirements:http://divineearth.org/divineearth/node/1900

Click here to watch Yoga w/ Seva

Donations: Pay what you can, recommended amount is $10.

A word about offerings/donations: It is of the utmost importance that you come to class with an offering (read Yogi Bhajan’s statement below). The offering should be made in the spirit of gratitude and can be in a monetary form, which is usually easiest, or a gift.

Recommended online class donation is $10.

“Itarashtam tithar Kashtam – empty handed you come, empty handed you go. It’s a law which should never be broken. And you should (as a teacher) share freely, but never receive a student who comes empty handed – that’s the law. If a person shall come empty handed, that person may sit here for six hours and do all kinds of yoga, but the moment he goes out of that door, he’ll go empty handed. That’s the only condition, and it’s not up to you or me.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Yoga LIVE at 7 pm EST ~ Monday, June 25, 2012

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Join Sevaji this Sunday for online yoga broadcasted LIVE from Divine Earth! All are welcome. PASSWORD: destiny

IMPORTANT: Please visit this link for a list of class requirements:http://divineearth.org/divineearth/node/1900

Click here to watch Yoga w/ Seva

Donations: Pay what you can, recommended amount is $10.

A word about offerings/donations: It is of the utmost importance that you come to class with an offering (read Yogi Bhajan’s statement below). The offering should be made in the spirit of gratitude and can be in a monetary form, which is usually easiest, or a gift.

Recommended online class donation is $10.

“Itarashtam tithar Kashtam – empty handed you come, empty handed you go. It’s a law which should never be broken. And you should (as a teacher) share freely, but never receive a student who comes empty handed – that’s the law. If a person shall come empty handed, that person may sit here for six hours and do all kinds of yoga, but the moment he goes out of that door, he’ll go empty handed. That’s the only condition, and it’s not up to you or me.” ~ Yogi Bhajan

Life and Existence – by Johannes ~ Sevaji

 
There are many questions we ask in life about life and existence, some more profound than others. Children ask where a loved one goes after they die. Scientists question the laws of physics and the natural laws that bind the physical universe. Sages confront questions about the omnipotence about God and the truth of reality. We all have our own questions that shape us in diverse ways.
 
It seems some of the most profound questions are those that are unanswerable or incomprehensible. Though there may one day theoretically be be a mathematical formula that can measure the vastness of the universe, will the human mind be able to grasp it? The ancient philosophers of Greece were also mathematicians. They sought to explain the universe through numbers. For example, we know Pythagorus today as the man who gave us Pi (3.14…), but in his day he was recognized as a spiritual master with many followers. He also created a complex system of numerology, a method of divination using one’s birthday and name to foresee one’s destiny.
 
We can see that humankind has spent much effort to make sense of existence and the soul. Unfortunately, there have been many instances throughout history where greedy men have attempted to keep the populace ignorant as well. Pythagorus’ school was attacked and burned to the ground. Socrates was sentenced to death for “corrupting” the youth of Athens with his teachings. The great Library of Alexandria which possessed many ancient texts on metaphysical subjects was also burned. Early Christianity attempted to keep people uneducated and even forbade the reading of the bible by the average citizen. In more recent times, women were not allowed to attend university. What atrocities mankind has perpetrated to keep the masses in darkness.
 
Whether our search for knowledge is of the mundane world or of the immaterial world, it all arises from from a thirst to make sense of the most fundamental question: “Who am I?” If the questions we ask reflect a desire to bring clarity and understanding to one’s being we have embarked on a spiritual journey. If the answers we find are untainted by already existing opinions and beliefs and are virgin in their nature, then we can be assured that we are getting closer to eternal Truths. 
 
Sometimes when we are on the journey of self-inquiery we attempt to fit all new knowledge and wisdom into our pre-formatted conclusions of the way things are. If one was raised Christian or Buddhist or Muslim, the tendency is to force all new knowledge into that pre-existing framework because we are fearful to think outside the box, we are fearful to have our foundations shaken. “The box” is a comfort zone but it is also a trap that prevents one from attaining ultimate realizations. Functioning from a conclusion is anti-thema to seeking of Truth. To find the truth – of the universe, of god, of one’s own being – one needs to approach life with a blank slate, from the point of zero. When you believe you already know your intelligence has become stunted and stagnant. When you can acknowledge that you know not, only then can the true inquiry begin.
 
Life is so full of wonders, so full of mysteries, so full of unfathomable things! It can be awe-inspiring to look at the star-filled night sky, or to observe a bird on the wing. Life does not need an explanation; it does not need mathematical equations; it does not need someone to tell you how to live…Drop all the nonsense and limitations of belief systems and seek that which offers freedom and brings you closer to love. Let your open heart be the lamp on your path and your soul your eternal companion. 
 
Blessings,
 
Johannes ~ Sevaji
 

Yoga LIVE at 11 am EST ~ Sunday, June 17, 2012

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IMPORTANT: Please visit this link for a list of class requirements:http://divineearth.org/divineearth/node/1900

Click here to watch Yoga w/ Seva

Donations: Pay what you can, recommended amount is $10.

A word about offerings/donations: It is of the utmost importance that you come to class with an offering (read Yogi Bhajan’s statement below). The offering should be made in the spirit of gratitude and can be in a monetary form, which is usually easiest, or a gift.

Recommended online class donation is $10.

“Itarashtam tithar Kashtam – empty handed you come, empty handed you go. It’s a law which should never be broken. And you should (as a teacher) share freely, but never receive a student who comes empty handed – that’s the law. If a person shall come empty handed, that person may sit here for six hours and do all kinds of yoga, but the moment he goes out of that door, he’ll go empty handed. That’s the only condition, and it’s not up to you or me.” ~ Yogi Bhajan