You and your friends are invited to this fascinating and enjoyable lecture, “Meditation and its effects on the body, brain, mind and wellbeing”, by Dr Ramesh Manocha, who will provide a refreshing insight into the science and experience of meditation.
Dr Manocha is a world-leading expert on scientific research into meditation. His research has proven meditation’s effectiveness in reducing stress and improving wellbeing. It has also determined that mental silence has specific physiological effects on the body and the brain.
The lecture will provide a refreshing insight into the science behind meditation. It will also allow the audience to acquire simple and effective meditation skills which can be easily incorporated into daily life.
Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this very informative session, followed by a hands-on workshop.
When: Sunday, 31 October 2010
2.00pm to 4.30pm
Where: University of South Australia
Lecture Theatre H2-02 – Hetzel Building,
Frome Rd, UniSA City East Campus
2:10pm: Lecture by Dr Ramesh Manocha, MBBS BSc (Med) PhD
4:00pm: Meditation workshop
Online bookings for this event can be made via Dr Manocha’s “Researching Meditation” website.
Click here to be directed to the Booking Form on Dr Manocha’s website.
Admission: Free admission. Suitable for both beginners and regular meditators.
This event is a Community Health event brought to you by Sahaja Yoga Meditation.
Dr Ramesh Manocha will be presenting a seminar in Manly in Sydney on the topic of the effects of meditation on health. Please come along and enjoy this fascinating presentation, as well as experiencing Sahaja Yoga meditation.
When: Saturday, 6 March, 2010 from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm
Where: Manly West Primary School,
cnr. Griffiths St and Hill St, Balgowlah
(Click here for Google Map)
2:30 pm: Introduction
2:40 pm: Lecture by Dr Ramesh Manocha, MBBS BSc (Med) PhD
4:00 pm: Meditation workshop
4:30 pm: Refreshments will be available.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Sahaja Yoga Meditation South Australia invites you to attend an extremely informative 2-hour session presented by Dr Ramesh Manocha on his scientific and medical research into “The effects of meditation on brain, mind and health”. This research was conducted under the auspices of the Faculty of Medicine, University of NSW and the Royal Hospital for Women, Sydney.
The session will be followed by a hands-on experiential workshop. Attendees will learn a skill with scientifically proven benefits that will last a lifetime!
When: Saturday 11 July, 2:00pm (arrive 1.45pm for registration)
Venue: University of South Australia, City East Campus
Centenary Building, C3_16, Ground floor (Entrance from Gate 1, Frome Road, Adelaide)
Admission: Free of charge
Bookings: To reserve your seat please call 1300 724 252 or send an email to email@example.com
More about this event here.
The Sahaja Yoga meditation technique was developed by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi and is taught in over 120 countries, always free of charge.
We hope you will be able to attend this informative event.
On the weekend of 8-9 December 2007 about fifty female Sahaja Yogis from across the United Kingdom gathered at the Sahaja Yoga National Centre at Blossom Farm. The aim of the seminar was to consider the role of women in Sahaja Yoga, and their contribution towards spreading peace on Earth.
Many important events have occurred in Sahaja Yoga in the past few years, pointing to its effectiveness in reaching people throughout the world.
• In 1995 the founder of Sahaja Yoga, Shri Mataji, was invited to speak at the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China.
• In May 2007, Sahaja Yoga was introduced at the United Nations conference, “Towards Sustainable Global Health” in Bonn, Germany, where several Sahaja Yoga doctors gave presentations.
• The Centre for Evolutionary Learning was invited to participate in a prestigious United Nations conference, “The 7th Global Forum on Re-inventing Government” in Vienna in June 2007.
• Over the last few years research publications have stressed culture as a key factor in the survival of humankind. (A summary by Professor Mahdi Elmandjra, Morocco, and a report by the Neuhardenberg Convention 2002, on relations between the West and the Muslim world make good reading).
The group identified the need to bring about interaction and dialogue – a dialogue of cultures to ease the psychological political situation, help reduce mutual prejudice and increase mutual understanding. Social cultural values have been underestimated in the political arena of stability and peace. Both passion and compassion are needed in forging ahead in international co-operation.
Cultural communication is the pathway for the future. We need a culture of listening, and to find shared values and standards, ensuring social justice, dignity and human rights. We need to address the hurdles of fear, suspicion and prejudice.
The objectives of the new group are to:
• Increase respect for the feminine and womanhood
• Promote inter-cultural dialogue
• Promote cultural activities
• Promote peace, education and human rights
• Promote basic values, self-respect and self-esteem to enable the empowerment of women and family in society
• Promote the betterment of all in societies throughout the world.