Live Music and Meditation in Scarborough (Perth)!

Live Music and Meditation in Scarborough!

Saturday 9th July 2022 • 10:30am to 12pm

Scarborough Surf Life Saving Club Function Centre
163 The Esplanade, Scarborough, Perth (Just across from the pool.)
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Los Angeles based classical Indian Sarod player Stephen Day is coming to Scarborough.

Stephen will perform live as part of this Saturday’s regular Sahaja Yoga Meditation session at the spectacular Scarborough Surf Life Saving Club Function Centre. The concert and meditation are free and will be from 10.30 am to 12.00 noon on Saturday July 9th at 163 The Esplanade, Scarborough (just across from the pool).

About Stephen

Sarod player, singer-songwriter and composer Stephen Day writes songs and compositions inspired by his many musical adventures around the world. Day describes the Sarod, a 21-stringed, fretless traditional Indian instrument, as “Being the perfect instrument for meditation with the characteristic microtonal ‘slides and glides’ resonating with the spiritual yearning in all of us while providing a rocket ride for the soul”.

This Saturday’s free event will hosted by Sahaja Yoga Meditation Australia and will include a guided meditation, followed with light refreshments. No bookings are required but any enquiries can be directed to Richard on 0412 586 120.

For more information visit Stephen’s music and videos online.

More about Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Sahaja Yoga offers free online Daily sessions, Courses and In-person Classes • All are suitable for both complete beginners and regular meditators. • No prior knowledge or experience of meditation required • Join at anytime, even if you miss a session. All classes are Always Free.

Kind regards,
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Perth

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

Indian Classical Music and Meditation at Gidgegannup (near Perth) 2 July 2022

Indian Classical Music and Meditation

Saturday 2nd July 2022 • 3pm to 5pm
Gidgegannup Meditation Centre
1254 O’Brien Road, Gidgegannup (located 45 mins North East of Perth)
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Please join us for an afternoon of Indian Classical Music and Meditation in our Gidgegannup Meditation Centre this Saturday 2nd July from 3pm to 5pm.

We are pleased to welcome Stephen Day from Los Angeles who has just arrived in Perth after playing a concert in Manhattan.

About Stephen

Stephen is a gifted musician, highly skilled Sarod player and born entertainer.

He lived in India for three years where he studied with the legendary Sarod player Ustad Amjad Ali Khan.
Stephen later travelled to different parts of the world with Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, the founder of Sahaja Yoga, and opened by playing Sarod for many of Her public programs.

After moving to Los Angeles he became involved with composition for film. His compositions have been featured in films and network television.

In 2007, he organised and performed in a concert for peace and unity at the United Nations headquarters in New York City.

Stephen recently won a Global Peace Award in recognition of his dedication to global peace through personal transformation.

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday at our lovely Perth headquarters in the hills.

Nourishment will be provided by way of afternoon tea.

About our meditation

Sahaja Yoga Meditation was founded in 1970 by Shri Mataji Nirmal Devi who tirelessly travelled the world for over 30 years to grant the experience of Self Realisation through Kundalini awakening. A natural process and the next step in our Evolution that can not be paid for.

Sahaja Yoga is now practised in over 100 countries and its benefits on all levels of our being have been experienced by many thousands around the world.

COVID Safety Guidelines and Plans

Social distancing and hygiene measures will be followed at this event, as set out by the WA Government’s COVID Safety Guidelines and Plans.

Getting to Gidgegannup

From Perth, turn left from Reid Hwy or right from Roe Hwy into Toodyay Rd. Travel for approximately 10 minutes on Toodyay Rd until you reach O’Brien Rd.

O’Brien Rd is on the left immediately after Roland Rd (on the right) which goes to Parkerville. Set your speedometer as you turn into O’Brien Rd and then travel 12.2 km to the turn in at 1254 O’Brien Rd, which is the Sahaja Yoga Centre. As a guide there is a one lane bridge at the 11.2km mark, just 1km from the centre. (See Google map)

More info

  • Everyone welcome.
  • Light refreshments provided.
  • No charge. Provided free by our experienced team of volunteers, as a non-profit community service.
  • No physical exercises, postures or special clothing are required. Chairs are provided.
  • Enquires: Call 1300 724 252
  • Daily meditation webcasts (and recordings) on YouTube, Facebook and Zoom.
  • Our News & Events

Kind regards,
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Perth

Music & Meditation in Brisbane – Saturday 15th May 2021

Music & Meditation in Brisbane – Saturday 15th May 2021

40 Year Celebration of Sahaja Yoga Meditation in Australia

Saturday 15th May 7pm
The Finnish Hall
62 Newnham Road, Mt. Gravatt East, Brisbane
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7.00pm Musical Concert of Bhajans
7.30pm Introduction to Sahaja Yoga and Self Realisation
7.45pm Meditation
8.00pm Video talk by our Founder H.H. Shri Mataji
8.15pm Piano Recital and Meditation
8.30pm Refreshments

We would like to invite you to an event in honour of our teacher and the founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation, Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, and her life’s work. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi devoted her life to the ongoing process of human transformation through Sahaja Yoga Meditation. She travelled the world ceaselessly, spreading her message of the integration of all religions and spiritual paths.

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Inspiring Education with Music and Meditation, Sunday 31st January 2021


“Music is a gateway to learning” – Gerald Wirth

Sunday 31st January 2021 10.45PM (Sydney)
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The event is presented in English with Chinese subtitles.

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Gerald Wirth, artistic director and president of the world-renowned Vienna Children’s Choir, shares his unique method and practice of teaching for educators and students. Gerald combines classical music theory, consciousness for sound, training in listening, rhythm training and singing within a holistic and meditative approach.

Gerald also trains teachers in schools with little or no access to music, and supports a number of international organisations including workshops for refugee children and adults.

To him, music is the language of emotions understood by all teachers and students, and believes through music and meditation, other subjects become accessible.

He says, “Music is a gateway to learning” and is convinced music and meditation has a positive influence on every aspect of a person’s being.

Welcome from Gerald Wirth

This event is hosted by Sahaja Yoga meditation International and “Nirmala Art Without Frontiers” who host public welfare programs organized by a group of people who love art and life. The purpose is to connect people’s hearts through art. All events are free of charge.
本次活动由澳大利亚霎哈嘉瑜伽冥想和“Nirmala无国界艺术沙龙”举办,该沙龙是由一群热爱艺术和生活的人们创立的公益组织,目的是通过艺术点亮人们的心灵。 所有活动均是免费的。

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  • India: 5:15pm IST
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  • USA NY: 6:45am EDT
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  • Sydney: 10:45pm AEST
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Festival of Universal Joy 2021

Festival of Universal Joy 2021

Sunday 10th January 2021 4PM – 8PM (Sydney time)
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A day of spiritual and devotional music, songs, stories, and dance.

Performed by

The Sahaja Yogis from around the world.


Meditations, talks and past TV interviews by H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi – Founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation.

During the global lockdown of 2020, the international Sahaja Yoga community went online to continue sharing Shri Mataji’s meditation and their many music events with the worldwide Sahaja Yoga collective and general public.

To celebrate the beginning of 2021, we wish to share a selection of beautiful videos from our online events with all those seeking inner peace and joy through meditation.

“And that’s what should be the understanding of music, that it should really reach our heart. And through our heart, we should try to feel other people, their depth and their wisdom, their understanding and a kind of a beautiful anxiety to please others, to make others happy, to entertain them.” Shri Mataji


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