2011 World Peace Tour Scheduled For NYC
Rare Opportunity To Meet Himalayan Siddha Masters, Mahayogi Pilot Baba & Yogmata Aikawa On October 15th & 16th
New York, NY (PRUnderground) September 15th, 2011
As part of their 2011 World Peace Tour, Himalayan Siddha Masters, Mahayogi Pilot Baba and Yogmata Keiko Aikawa, are scheduled to preside over one of the most significant events – teaching the ways of peace and love, meditation and Samadhi on October 15th and 16th in New York City.
Both masters have achieved the highest level of enlightenment known as Samadhi through a rigorous religious training that includes years of ascetic practice in the caves of the Himalayan Mountains. There are very few individuals in the world who have achieved this state and make themselves available outside of the Himalayas to share their teachings.
“World peace can only begin with inner peace residing in each of us,” says Yogmata Keiko Aikawa. “At the same time as the old makes way for the new, there is a growing recognition of the need for change. With this new awareness, authority is shifting to power from within. Now is a good time to heal the Earth—and ourselves”.
Their mission during the two-day NYC workshops, are to broaden this circle of peace and love that passes on understanding to those wishing to enjoy the benefits of true harmony, tranquility and balance in their life, as they journey toward the supreme realization of Self and God. Both masters will be on hand to teach methods of letting go wrongs, anxieties, self doubts and fears that hinder the mind from becoming still and clear.
While Samadhi is not often performed in public, Pilot Baba and Yogmata Keiko Aikawa are only two, among a very limited number of Siddha Masters, who have made themselves available for seekers. The NYC workshops are taken place in an effort to inspire, as well as share the love, peace, and wisdom that can be attained through the practice.
For more information on the NYC Workshops in October, please visit www.yogmata.org/world-peace-campaign/new-york-october-2011.
About Yogmata Keiko Aikawa:
The first non-Indian woman to realize the ultimate state of Samadhi, Yogmata Keiko Aikawa is an author, public speaker and highly regarded and well-respected Siddha Master (having achieved the ultimate stage of meditation and yoga). She has performed Samadhi at India’s sacred locations as well as at the Kumbh Mela, a sacred event that occurs only once every 144 years.
Yogmata Keiko Aikawa’s teachings have been recognized and awarded; and in 2007 she was bestowed – by the largest spiritual Austerities Association in India, Juna Akhara – the title “Mahamandaleshwar” (The Supreme Master of the Universe). In 2009, the Dalai Lama wrote the introductory note to her book, A Himalayan Master’s Simple Way to Realization.
Presiding over the Science of Enlightenment and part of the World Peace Campaign – she travels all over the world to teach the ways of peace and love, meditation, and Samadhi. Her global mission is to radiate love and kindness to all, wherever she might be. Yogmata Keiko Aikawa has been featured across all media channels, including CNN, BBC, The Japan Times, and The Times of India.
About Mahayogi Pilot Baba:
Pilot Baba was born into a royal family in the eastern state of Bihar, India where Buddha attained Enlightenment. When he was 23, he joined the Indian Air Force. After retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel, he traveled to the Himalayan Mountains to become a disciple of Hari Babaji.
Today, Pilot Baba is known widely as a living Buddha, and is supported as such. An award-winning documentary film about the Kumbh Mela, an Indian spiritual festival, “Shortcut to Nirvana,” shows him along with His Holiness the Dalai Lama blessing visitors.
For more information or to schedule a media interview, please contact:
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