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Yogini - Wall Hanging

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This wall hanging is a print on fabric of Sri Mooji's original painting Yogini. The painting was sold on the evening of the Mooji Sangha benefit Concert in February, 2011 at the Vitri Rice Mill in Tiruvannamalai, South India.

Size of wall hanging: 60cm wide x 90cm high.

(Please note: The hanging sticks are not included and may be found in garden centers and DIY stores.) 

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This wall hanging is a print on fabric of Sri Mooji's original painting YoginiThe painting was sold on the evening of the Mooji Sangha benefit Concert in February, 2011 at the Vitri Rice Mill in Tiruvannamalai, South India.

Size of wall hanging: 60cm wide x 90cm high

Please note: The hanging sticks are not included and may be found in garden centers and DIY stores.

Recommended stick length approximately: 68cm x 15mm.


Mooji tells the following story of a great Yogini (a female Yogi):

"A great Yogini was deep in meditation. Suddenly, beautiful and melodious sounds could be heard, appearing as if from nowhere and everywhere simultaneously. It was like nothing she had ever heard. She felt: this music is truly wonderful but it cannot be what I am for I am here to hear it. The music faded away. Next appeared the most exquisite colours, like no painter could paint; nor could any flower display it for it was not of this earthly realm. She thought:this is, indeed astonishingly beautiful. However, it cannot be who I am nor can it be real for it cannot appear if I were not here to perceive it. This phenomenon, too, she ignored. It also vanished in the presence of her deep and unmoving silence. Shortly after this, there appeared several beings shaped as if from pure light, floating through space and smiling lovingly at her in a welcoming manner. She felt profoundly touched and filled with loving emotions but inwardly, she somehow, kept her composure. How profound, she felt. But this also cannot be what Is the unchanging reality, for, were I not here, who would see them? As soon as this insight occurred, the figures vanished. Her mind entered her heart and could produce no more effects. A deep silence prevailed as her mind merged inside her indivisible, unconquerable and essential being - a state known to the Yogis as Nirvikalpa Samadhi."