Free meditation workshop in Bulleen

Saturday, November 18, 2017
     3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Koonarra Hall
     7 Balwyn Road Bulleen, Melbourne (map)

You are invited to the free meditation workshop to honour the work and vision of the founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. Shri Mataji was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and received the UN Peace Medal in 1989.

On 5th May 1970, Shri Mataji discovered the process called Self-Realisation which initiates a state of thoughtless awareness and enables you to experience peace and mental silence, effortlessly.

“When you get your Self-Realisation, you become the Spirit. And your attention is enlightened by that spirit. You become a witness of the whole world like a drama. This enlightened attention is a very powerful means of spreading divine vibrations” – Shri Mataji – founder

The meditation workshop includes guided Self-Realisation, a meditation session and music to help you attain inner peace. No physical exercises, postures or special clothing are required. Chairs are provided.

Suitable for regular meditators and complete beginners…all welcome. Please RSVP here.

 

For our regular programs elsewhere across Victoria please click here.

 

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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day

Sahaja Yoga Meditation for mental well-being

Free meditation events during October 2017

To support the World Health Organisation’s recognition of World Mental Health Day, you are invited to a meditation class to learn how research in Australia and overseas is indicating that Sahaja Yoga meditation can improve mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.

World Mental Health Day is observed on 10th October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues and mobilising efforts in support of better mental wellbeing.

Improve mental wellbeing
Research in Australia, and elsewhere, indicates that Sahaja Yoga meditation can improve physical,emotional and mental wellbeing plus reduce stress. Recent studies suggest that this meditation is unique even when compared to other forms of meditation. People who meditate regularly, using this meditation technique for around 20 minutes a day, may find they become healthier, calmer and much more relaxed, with an improved outlook on life. Illnesses and ailments can arise due to imbalances in the subtle system. Through Sahaja Yoga meditation one can correct, balance and nourish the subtle energy centres.

 

Video ThumbnailMedical research into the benefits of Sahaja Yoga meditation

Medical research into the benefits of Sahaja Yoga meditation

Integrate our life
Sahaja Yoga meditation aims to address emotional, mental and physical imbalance by awakening our innate spiritual potential. This is a simple but profound experience that naturally enables us to harmonise and integrate our life in a more positive way. Regular meditation naturally eliminates a lot of the inner stress and tension that we experience on a day to day basis.

Unlock the hidden potential
This is an opportunity to experience inner peace and the mental silence that comes from true meditation. You can unlock the hidden potential that exists in all of us, to help us manage our lives in a balanced and centred way.

Event location:

Friday 13th October, 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Box Hill South Neighborhood House
47 Kitchener Street, Box Hill South, MELBOURNE
Enquiries: 0433 777 194
(Google map)

Other locations in Australia

More information

  • All events free of charge, no booking required.
  • Suitable for both complete beginners and regular meditators.
  • No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required. Chairs are provided.
  • Free follow-up classes available in several locations across Victoria.

Event poster

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We look forward to seeing you at one of our events.

Kind regards,
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Victoria

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International Youth Day

Celebrating International Youth Day

National workshops during August 2017

 

Meditation skills for life, especially for the young and young at heart!

Everyone welcome – regardless of age

International Youth Day was declared by the United Nations to remind the public of the importance of youth as a stage of life and is annually celebrated worldwide on 12th August. On International Youth Day, the youth are at the centre of our collective attention.

According to the Western European definition, the youth are boys and girls between 13 and 21. During this period of time, they go through adolescence – the process of finding their own identity – finish school, start a career and leave their parental homes to study, travel or work towards future goals. Due to all of the challenges of this period, the United Nations considers this annual International Youth Day relevant. More about the United Nations International Youth Day 2017.

About our Free Meditation Workshops

To celebrate this event, we invite everyone to bring along young family members, friends and students to our free workshops to experience how meditation can assist with establishing mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well being for inner peace.

Workshops will be facilitated by youth, parents and carers who have been meditating for many years. They will explain how meditation works and then guide you through simple meditation techniques which you can practise on your own or with us at our free weekly classes. We encourage everyone to attend, regardless of age.

Everyone welcome – regardless of age

Suitable for both complete beginners and regular meditators • No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required • Chairs are provided • No booking required.

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DATE LOCATION
MELBOURNE
Saturday 19th August, 2017
4pm to 6pm
Clayton Community Centre
Clayton Meeting Room (located next to Library),
9-15 Cooke Street, Clayton Melbourne
(Google map)Enquiries: Yogesh 0469 590 805
Free ongoing classes in Victoria

 

 

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Music & Meditation Program for World Yoga Day

Saturday 24th June, 2017

 

Please join us at this free event to experience true Yoga through Music & Meditation, as part of the World Yoga Day.

The Sahaja Yoga Meditation technique brings about a state of thoughtless awareness that quietens our mind and connects us to our inner self and the all-pervading energy.

Traditionally, Yoga means union with this energy and in the past, exercises associated with modern day physical yoga were used to attain this meditation state. Today, this meditation is easily achieved through a process called Self-Realisation (kundalini awakening) which frees us of stress and enables us to enjoy the present moment. In 1970, Shri Mataji founded this meditation which can improve our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being.

  • Suitable for both complete beginners and regular meditators.
  • No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required. Chairs are provided.
  • No booking required.
  • Free follow-up classes are available in over 80 locations around Australia.

Free of Cost
“It’s absolutely freely coming to you. So you cannot pay for it. It’s Love, and Love you cannot purchase.” … Shri Mataji – founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Join us at a free meditation event to experience true Yoga as part of World Yoga Day.

 

DATE VENUE

MELBOURNE – DANDENONG
Saturday 24th June, 2017
3.00pm to 5.30pm
The Castle, Hemmings Park,
61 Princes Highway, Dandenong
(Google map)Enquiries: 0425 853 706 or 0416 911 976
Free ongoing meditation classes in Victoria

Can’t make it to the above event?

Then visit a free class or try an online meditation on our homepage.

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