‘In the 60’s a musical called Hair was attracting record audiences in London. It had originated in New York off Broadway, as a protest against the Vietnam War.
It told the story of a hippie tribe’s search for happiness and peace, ending with one of them being forced into the army and killed in Vietnam. Such stories were a reality for peace-loving young Americans, including a good number who aspired to be Hare Krishna devotees. A high point in the musical was a choreographed version of the Hare Krishna mantra performed by the whole cast. Hair was a sensation on both sides of the Atlantic and was popularizing the mantra. It was all make-believe – the hippies on stage were professional actors – but it expressed a real yearning that existed among young people for spiritual revolution and for the dawn of a new age.’ 
Me today, I am also longing for the essence of Yoga returning to society at large, expressing our soul qualities and promoting “kind consciousness”
Radha Acyuta das.
 Chant and be Happy The Power of Mantra Meditation based on the teachings of His divine grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Edition 2021, pp. 115.