The Oneness Meditation is a new powerful meditation where Divine Energies are transmitted to help awaken the spiritual energies within you and accelerate an awakening process. People from all backgrounds and faiths are experiencing dramatic shifts and improvements in their lives through this meditation. The Oneness Meditation was released at the beginning of from the Oneness University in India to assist with the planetary shift in consciousness. First-time participants in the Oneness Meditation will find it unique in several ways. It is silent and sacred, done with the eyes open, but no specific techniques are required. No beliefs, teachings or philosophies are necessary. All that is needed is an open mind and a willingness to grow. The Oneness Meditation frees the senses from the constant chatter of the mind, resulting in clarity of perception and spontaneous feelings of bliss, peace, and inner silence.
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Supporting Awakened Consciousness in the Eastbay
Friday, February 22, Free Parking Lot for all Bodhi visitors on Magnolia adjacent to the building. Both have had remarkable awakening experiences since connecting with the Oneness University in India, which has illuminated years of spiritual teaching and practice with direct experience of the Divine nature of all life.
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