Sahaja Yoga Victoria would like to invite you to our next meditation workshop to be held on Saturday, 1 May 2010.
For those of you who have already been attending our weekly programs, this workshop will teach you new techniques to enhance your meditations and help you to find a new depth of peace and clarity, as well as improving your general state of wellbeing.
For the beginner, this is an opportunity to discover the peace which lies within and experience a new awareness that you probably never knew existed.
Here’s some feedback from our previous workshops:
“My very first visit. Very relaxing, calming. Everyone was very welcoming, friendly.”
“The meditation and the music were wonderful.”
“I enjoyed the silence and calm in the way it was shown.”
“It’s a great opportunity to discover what is within us. We can learn to use the meditation properly for the benefit of our souls and the health of our physical body.”
When: 1 May 2010, 11.00am to 5.00pm
11:00am – 12:00pm: Balancing the channels and some clearing techniques
12:00pm – 1:00pm: Meditation – how to achieve the state of mental silence
(explanations and practical experience)
1:00 pm – 2:00pm: Lunch
2:00pm – 3:00pm: Advanced clearing techniques to improve your meditation
3:00pm – 4:00pm: Exchange of vibrations- workshop on clearing chakras and balancing
4:00pm – 4:20pm: Video lecture from Shri Mataji (founder)
4:20pm – 5:00pm: Meditation and live music
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
229 Warrigal Road, Cheltenham, Melbourne
Click here for Google map.
Transport by train from city
(Total journey time from city is 45 minutes)
– Take train (Frankston line) from Flinders station (city).
– Get off at Mentone Station (40 minutes).
– Take bus 903 to Altona (get off at Central Dandenong Road) (5 minutes).
– Bus stop is in front of the main gate of the Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre.
Bookings: For planning and catering purposes, please email us at
[email protected] or call (03) 9585 1208.
Cost: $5 to cover lunch and refreshments.
More than 50 seekers took their Self-realisation at Alipurduar, located 160 kilometres from Siliguri in India. Sahaja Yogis from Siliguri, in North Bengal, were invited to conduct a special class on Stress Management for a group of NGO volunteers and workers on 17-20 February 2010. The event was sponsored and conducted by the Central Board for Workers Education.
The Central Board of Workers Education (CBWE) is a Government of India enterprise. This Board basically helps organise several training programs for NGO volunteers and self-help group volunteers. It tries to focus on grooming the workers with adequate knowledge on stress management, confidence building and personality development during their training program.
Thus in the month of February the CBWE invited the Siliguri Sahaja Yoga collective to organise and conduct a special session through hosting a training program on stress management, confidence building and personality development for an NGO group named “SIPATWO” (a self-help group of Salsalabari village at Alipurduar Sub-division in Jalpaiguri district).
The entire session was conducted by a group of Sahaja Yogis from Siliguri collective for four consecutive days from 17th of Feb – 20th of Feb 2010. The yogis shared detailed insights on the effects of the subtle system and the accumulated stress due to our busy schedule in this competitive world, resulting in unrest within our gross self. This was very aptly correlated with stress management through the unique method of Sahaja Yoga meditation by which one can achieve eventual peace after receiving Self-realisation. Realisation was given to more than 50 members who attended the event. All who attended felt the deep silence within and enjoyed the coolness of the Realisation.
Subsequently, follow-up sessions were initiated and basic techniques like bandhan and protocol for regular meditation to sustain the effect of this unique gift to mankind were appraised. The follow-up session provided further knowledge on the subtle system and the qualities of various chakras in our subtle system, corresponding to their various proven plexuses in the gross body. As the seekers responded very well they were taught how to balance themselves and practise effortless meditation. Further follow-up sessions are planned.