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thoughtless awareness

Shri Mataji

A free Sahaja Yoga meditation workshop will be held 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 United Nations Peace Medal in 1989.

When: Wednesday 21st March, 2018, 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Where: Clayton Community Centre (Meeting room is located next to the Library)
9-15 Cooke Street, Clayton Melbourne
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The workshop is suitable for regular meditators and complete beginners. Everyone is welcome.

State of thoughtless awareness

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

Medical benefits

The meditation workshop includes guided Self-Realisation, a meditation session with special focus on medical benefits to help you attain good health.

No physical exercises, postures or special clothing are required. Chairs are provided.

More information

Millions of people around the world are enjoying our free meditation since it was started in 1970 by H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi.

Sahaja Yoga is celebrating World Yoga Day  on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th June, 2017.

Adelaide • Brisbane • Canberra • Melbourne • Perth • Sydney

Please join us to experience meditation and attain the true yoga – the union with the all-pervading energy through Self-realisation.

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

Self-realisation is the first encounter with reality. Shri Mataji (founder of Sahaja Yoga)

The events are designed for complete beginners and regular meditators.

See the full details below or visit our website.

The events include guided Self-realisation and meditation sessions to help you attain inner peace. Some locations will have live world music to enhance the meditation experience.
No physical exercises, postures or special clothing are required. Chairs are provided.

Saturday 24th June, 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
Klemzig Primary School, 2 Hay Street, Klemzig
Enquiries: 1300 724 252
(Google map)

Brisbane (Wamuran)
Sunday 25th June, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre,
95 McClintock Road, Wamuran Queensland
(60mins north of Brisbane, near Caboolture)
(Google Map)
Enquiries: 1300 724 252

Sunday 25th June, 10.30 am to 12.30 pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
77 Chewings Street, Scullin
(Google map)
Enquiries: 0410 177 822

Melbourne – Dandenong
Saturday 24th June, 3.00 pm to 5.30 pm
The Castle, Hemmings Park,
61 Princes Highway, Dandenong
(Google map)
Enquiries: 0425 853 706

Sunday 25th June, 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
City of Perth Library
573 Hay Street, Perth
(Google map)
Enquiries: 1300 724 252

Sunday 25th June, 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm
Meditation in the Park
Hyde Park, located near the Archibald Fountain
Between Elizabeth and College Sts near St James Station and St Mary’s Cathedral.
Look for us under the “Free Meditation” banner
(Google map)
Enquiries: 1300 724 252

Shri Mataji

Shri Mataji

Once you become the part and parcel of the whole, you do not feel that you are doing any good to others or you are obliging anyone because nobody is the other. If somebody feels this hand paining, the another hand soothes him. And what is the obligation? Who is the other that you are helping? You are helping yourself. So the feeling of other goes away. When you have the first stage of thoughtless awareness, then you watch everything without thinking, is Zen.

Now I see a beautiful piece here and I know it is not mine, so I have no headache of it. But when I watch it without thought, all the joy that was put into this to create this starts filling me up completely because there is no thought in between. Otherwise I would think, “How much will I pay for this? When will I get it? Where will I buy it?” But when I have no botheration like that and just enjoying without owning it.

Like a calm lake reflects all that is created around it, the joy of that, fully. In the same way, the calm mind, without any thought, reflects the joy of the creation. So the idea of my mind drops out, all the headaches of insurance drops out. But the greatest thing is that you start enjoying another person.

Shri Mataji, Munich, Germany, 9 May 1985

"Silence Your Mind" by Dr Ramesh Manocha

“Silence Your Mind”
by Dr Ramesh Manocha

A new book by Dr Ramesh Manocha, called “Silence Your Mind”, provides simple techniques for stopping incessant thoughts that may be interfering with your happiness and general functioning in life. Dr Manocha shares his own personal experiences that led to his interest in Sahaja Yoga meditation as a means of stilling the mind and experiencing the peace that comes when “mind chatter” stops and thoughtless awareness begins.

A leading researcher in the field of meditation and health, Dr Manocha explains in simple and very interesting terms the research that he has undertaken to study the effects of Sahaja Yoga meditation on medical conditions. These include epilepsy, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, menopausal symptoms and asthma.The book provides simple, easy-to-follow techniques to assist in silencing the mind and achieving peace of mind.

The book is available at book stores in Australia and as a Kindle e-book from Amazon. Click here for details.


(Manocha, Ramesh. Silence Your Mind. Sydney: Hatchette Australia, 2013.)

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