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Welcome to Ghana

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Ghana, country of western Africa, situated on the coast of the Gulf of Guinea. Although relatively small in area and population, Ghana is one of the leading countries of Africa, partly because of its considerable natural wealth and partly because it was the first black African country south of the Sahara to achieve independence from colonial rule.

Ghana was the first place in sub-Saharan Africa where Europeans arrived to trade - first in gold, later in slaves. It was also the first black African nation in the region to achieve independence from a colonial power, in this instance Britain.

Despite being rich in mineral resources, and endowed with a good education system and efficient civil service, Ghana fell victim to corruption and mismanagement soon after independence in 1957.

Here is a short Introductory video to Ghana

Sahaja Yoga in Ghana


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Shri Mataji talks about Ghana

Workshop - 1985/03/01

Shri Mataji: We have, yes, we have. I have a special concern for that, they we have already. I don’t know, these aboriginals have taken to these things very fast, they should not have taken to these things so fast as that. But somehow I think they lost all their confidence in their personality, in their own culture. And they just have change themselves and they’ve gone amok. I’ve seen, this is happening even in other countries like Peru and all these places. Even Africans, like Ghanaians and all these people are so

Shri Krishna Puja: The State of Witnessing - 1988/08/06

Hersh: Ghana. Guido: He is inscrutable. Yogis: Om twameva sakshat Shri Ghanaya namoh namaha. Hersh: Nahusha. Guido: He binds all creatures by His power of maya. Yogis: Om twameva sakshat Shri Nahusha namoh namaha. Hersh: Mahamaya. Guido: He is the Supreme Creator of illusions. Shri Mataji [to somebody]: …this also… Yogis: Om twameva sakshat Shri Mahamaya namoh namaha. Hersh: Adhokshaja. Guido: His knowledge arises only when the attention goes inwards. Yogis: Om twameva sakshat Shri Adhokshaja namoh namaha. Hersh: YAgnyapati. Guido:
He is the protector, enjoyer and Lord… Yogis: Om twameva sakshat Shri Vegavanaya namoh …

8th Day of Navaratri, Talk to English Yogis on Style and Content - 1989/10/06

I mean you do feel inside. And he was looking very sick, my husband was looking very sick, because he was feeling so sad really that he had lost a friend. I also cried. So they said, “What’s the matter, are you not well?” They were all laughing, joking, and the dead body was lying in the next room! So C.P. said, "No, but such a friend!” “Oh! Be poised! You have no poise, Mr Srivastava!” And one lady had gone, whom she’s also our common friend, she’s from, I think, Ghana or some

Tours in Ghana 

Spreading Sahaja Yoga in Ghana

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