We are very happy to share with you The Truth We Are ~ India Journal 2019. This touching and powerful video compilation highlights moments from this year’s Satsang season with Mooji in Rishikesh.
These journals, which began with the first Sahaja journal in 2017, share the spontaneous moments that unfold around Mooji outside of the Satsang hall, showing us how Satsang is embodied and expressed in everyday life.
This journal is a testament to the beauty and spiritual wealth of India, where Moojibaba met his own master Sri Harilal Poonja, lovingly called Papaji by his disciples. Through the eyes of Mooji and the Sangha, we see India as a place where spirituality is woven into the fabric of everyday life, where awakening is deeply honoured and cherished, and so it is very natural that Satsang can happen and flower there.
It is with deep love and gratitude that we present this India Journal, giving thanks to the worldwide Sangha and all those in whose hearts lives a love for truth and freedom.
As this India Journal is such a beautiful expression of Satsang in daily life, we are also sharing it as Satsang of the Week.
Thanks for all,
Thanks to all,
“A Love Prayer” by Jiří Dosoudil, performed by Jiří Dosoudil, Hazel Lightfoot and Lluis Martinez Ten
“Heer” composed by Gulzar and AR Rahman, performed by Ananda, Gurdeep and Govinda (From the album By Your Grace by Mooji Mala)
“Shiva Nataraj” by Martin Rixen
“Courtship Melody” by Siddhartha Corsus (More music by Siddhartha available on siddharthamusic.bandcamp.com)
Cello improvisation by Lluis Martinez Ten
“Life is a Kirtan” by Mukti and Siddhartha Corsus, Itay Zvolon-Marzipan and Neo
“Grace” by Prem Leela. Available on the album ‘Live in Monte Sahaja’ by Prem Leela
“Linstead Market” sung by Moojibaba and Sangha, a traditional Jamaican folk song
”Now I See” by Prem Leela. Available on the album ‘Live in Monte Sahaja’ by Prem Leela
“Moving with the Spirit” by Prem Leela, and “Papaji Ki Jai Ho” by Papaji Sangha, from the live Prem Leela concert in Rishikesh.
“Tree of Life” by Siddhartha Corsus