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Kamlesh Patel (1/04/2015)

28 septembre 2014

Sahaj Marg : une spiritualité très immobilière


ENGLISH TRANSLATION

Un nouveau message d'Alexis :

Dans la balance du Sahaj marg entre spirituel et matériel, apparemment le patrimoine bâti et non bâti de la Mission progresse plus vite que la spiritualité aux niveaux les plus subtils. Mais tout cela n’est pas bien grave puisque le Maître a dit que la SRCM fait partie d'un grand mouvement de voies spirituelles, qui finiront par fusionner pour influencer l'évolution de l'humanité.
Heureusement, les abhyasis du Sahaj marg en sont les pionniers…
Petite revue de presse rapide :
Le programme des colonies continue de se développer (Echoes India, septembre 2014) et la SRCM s’agrandit en Amérique du Nord, du niveau subtil aux constructions (Echoes of America, juin 2014).

Nellore Rural
Abhyasis of Nellore centre have purchased 33 acres of land near Mannavarappadu village (Nellore Rural). Out of this, 5.85 acres was allocated for the construction of a meditation hall along with other facilities and the rest was divided into 300 plots.
(…)The estimated cost for the construction is Rs. 20 lakhs; a sum of Rs. 4 lakhs has also been allocated for the construction of a toilet block. (…) the CIC urged abhyasis to come forward for voluntary work and help to the maximum extent in the construction process to enable completion of the project in the shortest possible time.

Hubli, Karnataka
Keeping the future in view, fourteen acres of land have been purchased with five acres of land for the ashram and nine acres for the abhyasi’s colony.
The Joint Secretary of the Mission, A.P. Durai, (…) asked abhyasis to build houses as early as possible in the plots they have bought because, without the colony, the whole concept of having an ashram in such a far place is futile. (…) it was decided to take decisive steps to develop the infrastructure and create an abhyasi community next to the ashram very soon.

Growth of the Mission in North America
Master has said that our Mission is part of a grand movement of spiritual paths, which will eventually merge to affect the evolution of humanity.
The last four months have seen unprecedented growth of the Mission in North America. The abhyasi population has increased through open houses, word of mouth, Heartspeak activities and most importantly, His grace. To accommodate this growth, the number of prefects across Canada and the U.S. has increased.
We are hearing more about the future of the Mission from Master and from Whispers, saying that the time for growth has come. Master has said that our Mission is part of a grand movement of spiritual paths, which will eventually merge to affect the evolution of humanity. To reflect this more expansive view of the future of the Mission, we are moving away from focusing only on project-specific giving and taking a longer few of seeking a more sustainable way to support our infrastructure and growth. We are pioneers of this movement, responsible for everything from the subtle level to building facilities, trusting that Master attends to all of our needs, from the most subtle onwards.
In 2014, North American growth is focused on having more Mission-owned centers to serve areas of large abhyasi populations, including the
• New center in Richmond, Virginia [815 000 $ USD]
• Expansion of the ashram in Monroe, New Jersey
• Development of the ashram in Toronto, Canada [un égrégore et une fraternité mis à mal]
• New Meditation Hall at the Beavercreek Ashram

Alexis