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A free 4-week course in Sahaja Yoga Mental Silence meditation began on 6 February 2013, and will run during the month of February.

Mental silence meditation is a unique method that allows you to experience peace within, free from the constant chatter of the mind. When the mind is still and silent, you feel a sense of contentment and well-being.

Through the regular practice of Sahaja Yoga meditation, you are able to achieve mental silence. In just a short time, you see positive changes in your life – better physical health, improved relationships and a greater ability to handle stress.

The beneficial health effects of mental silence meditation have been demonstrated by Dr Ramesh Manocha, a respected Australian medical practitioner and researcher. He has conducted research on patients with epilepsy, asthma and menopausal symptoms, and on children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).

About the Course

• One 60-minute class per week for 4 weeks.

• Join in at anytime, even if you miss a class.

• No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required.

• Chairs are provided.

• Course and ongoing classes are free.

• No booking required.

Dates and Time

Wednesdays, February 6, 13, 20, 27, 7.30pm to 8.30pm

Venue

Marlin Coast Neighbourhood Centre, Reed Rd, Trinity Park, Cairns (next to Holy Cross School).

Enquiries: Call 1300 724 252

Sydney:  A four-week course in Sahaja Yoga meditation will be held, free of charge, commencing on Wednesday 18 July 2007. It will be held on four Wednesdays, 18 July until 8 August, 7.30 pm – 8.45 pm.  This course is a sequel to the highly successful meeting held at the Paddington Public School last Saturday evening. At this meeting, many people experienced for the first time the joy and peace of mind that comes from true meditation.  You are welcome to join us.

The venue for this follow-up course will again be Hall Block C at the rear of the Paddington Public School, corner of Oxford and Elizabeth Streets, Paddington (Sydney, NSW).  Parking is available via the Elizabeth Street entrance. 

This four-week meditation course will provide information and simple, practical techniques for finding balance in life, meditating at home, keeping in balance and reducing stress. The course is suitable for beginners or experienced meditators, and you can join the course at any time. No postures or special clothing are required, and chairs are provided. The course is free of charge.

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