November 2015 By Shivi Verma Attending the Frequency of Joy workshop facilitated by Vijayanti Tejuja and Kawal Sethi was an outstanding experience. Organized by six healers, Dev Barrot, Amit Raheja, Radhika Chopra, Vijayanti Tejuja, Kawal Sethi and Shweta Raheja, it was held in a trendy art and yoga studio in Pali Hill, Mumbai. The group, which meets every month to resolve or highlight an aspect of life, calls itself Consciousness Whisperers. The workshop began with participants being asked to distinguish between joy and happiness. People gave various answers. The facilitators clarified that happiness depended on outside factors, whereas joy was our natural state. The more we stay in the present moment, the more we can experience it. For this it was important to cut ourselves from the dramas and stories of our lives. “Develop the power to say yes to life, and being more accepting of life and situations,” said Vijayanti. A participant related how she called up Kawal after going through a personal trauma. After listening to her briefly, Kawal broke in abruptly and told her to simply breathe. Though irritated, she dropped her story at that moment, took deep breaths and went to sleep after that. The next day she felt absolutely fine, as if nothing had happened. She began to see the situation from a perspective she could not before. To drop into the present moment, Vijayanti shared a beautiful breathing technique: Breathe in through your nose and exhale from the mouth with an aahhh sound and drop into the aaahh. All of us followed suit. She asked people to consider every situation a gift, and the other person in their life as an image of what they were inside. “Be in allowance of life and people,” said Vijayanti. “I never force my clients to see something within, until they are ready.” “But such an approach can be very timetaking!,” I protested. “Shivi, when you love people, it does not matter,” came Vijayanti’s astounding reply. Thereafter, the facilitators led us into the energies of flow, communion, expansion, creation, oneness, wholeness, fun, totality and involvement through several breathing exercises that were done by focussing on one or several parts of the body. “Become aware of the emotion that is holding you back. Pause, observe, see the story. Breathe into the emotion wherever you are feeling it in your body until it starts becoming lighter. Expand into this space and travel through the whole body creating this space. Now see what else is possible. What would you now choose to create? Feel the choice of having this energy to create what you want. Align to your reality,” Vijayanti exhorted while guiding all of us. I dutifully followed every exercise taught by Kawal and Vijayanti and left the workshop feeling a bit dizzy. The next morning I woke up feeling refreshed as though I had had a bath under a gushing waterfall. A thick layer seemed to have washed away from my mind, making me feel, sprightly, clean, cheerful and bouncing with joy. I had not experienced such effusive joy and freedom in a long time. Not only that, unlike other meditations where the good feeling leaves as soon as the meditation gets over I remained in this state for many days thereafter. Folks, these guys are good.
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