Day 18: Monday, 7 November – Fly away home

As we sit on the plane reflecting back over the tour, we feel a great sense of satisfaction. We managed to break into the media at a fraction of the cost of previous tours and made some good contacts in TV and radio. We gave three major TV interviews in English – two on prime-time breakfast TV and one on the evening news – and Koby and Diana will be giving a fourth in Twi (the local language) on Tuesday morning. That’s an audience of around 10 million people, all introduced to the experience of Sahaja Yoga and Self-realisation.

Although less than a hundred people came to the public programmes in Kumasi, Takoradi and Accra, many hundreds got realisation in the streets, in the market places, in the universities and in the polytechnics. Over 100 students got realisation in an impromptu community programme at the Takoradi Polytechnic and over 60 primary school children from the Ato All-stars football team. Those who did come to the public programmes were all good quality seekers and sincere. At the follow-up in Kumasi on Saturday 5 November, not only did ALL the people who came to the public programme come again to the follow-up, they also brought another six people with them!

Best of all, we have made good contact with the King of the Asante and his Chiefs and have every hope in the future of being able to hold a special conference to demonstrate to them and their communities the benefits of Sahaja Yoga Meditation and give them all realisation. This is the key to Ghana and we can hear it turning in its lock!

Jai Shri Afric’eshwari! Jai Shri Mataji!!


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