If one of your New Year’s resolutions was to learn how to meditate or to get back to meditating, now is the perfect time to come along to the free weekly Sahaja Yoga meditation classes. Our meditation is very easy to do and you are welcome to join us to experience the peace it may offer.
If you live near Brisbane, please join us at our Wamuran Meditation Centre to experience the quiet tranquility of nature, take a walk and experience Sahaja Yoga meditation.
Where: Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
95 McClintock Road, Wamuran Queensland
(60mins north of Brisbane)
When: Sunday, 29 January, 2017
Time: 10.am to 1.00 pm
Suitable for regular meditators and newcomers
Today, we are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. The birth of Jesus Christ is very symbolic because He was born in such a manner that even the poorest of poorer wouldn’t be born in the stable. And He was put in the bed which was made of dried grass. He came on this earth to show people that for a person who is an incarnation, or who is a highly evolved soul, is not bothered about the comfort of the body.
His message was so great, and so deep, but He had disciples who were not prepared for the battle they had to fight…. He had only twelve disciples … and all of them, though, tried to dedicate themselves to Christ, fell in a trap, some of them to the worldly aspirations or to their own hankerings.
His message of love and forgiveness is the same even today, preached by all, all the saints, all the incarnations, all the prophets; they all have said about love and forgiveness. If it was challenged, or people felt that this won’t work out, they were asked to have faith in what is said, but they were simple people in those days. So they obeyed Him. Some of them definitely were very good….
He came on this earth to prepare for us our Agnya Chakra…
Shri Mataji, Ganapatipule, India, 25 December 1996
This is a family fun day to celebrate Father’s Day, with a whole range of interesting stage presentations, including a performance by the Sahaja Yoga world music group, Music of Joy.
Music of Joy will be performing at 1.30 pm on the Demonstration Stage.
For details about the festival, please click here.
An evening of music and meditation will be held in Northcote, Melbourne.
Friday, 20 March 2015, 7.30 pm
Northcote Town Hall
First Floor, Room 2
189 High Street Northcote, Melbourne
The state of meditation is a universal experience, and it has been written about and celebrated in many cultures throughout history.
Sahaja Yoga Meditation can achieve immediate benefits in stress relief, by quietening the mind, bringing about a feeling of peace and contentment. Through regular meditation, physical and mental benefits are gained, helping people to attain balance at personal and spiritual levels.
• No booking required and no special clothes or equipment needed.
• Suitable for complete beginners and experienced meditators.
Cost: Free and without any obligation.
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