News, events and articles about Sahaja Yoga meditation worldwide


To support the World Health Organization’s recognition of World Mental Health Day, you are invited to a meditation class to learn how research in Australia and overseas is indicating that Sahaja Yoga meditation can improve mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.

World Mental Health Day is observed on 10th October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues and mobilising efforts in support of better mental wellbeing.

Sahaja Yoga is conducting free meditation classes in most centres throughout Australia to talk about how meditation can improve your mental health.


Sunday 11th October, 11am to 2pm
Garema Place Civic – Mental Health Expo
Canberra Centre
(Google map)
Enquiries: Lyn 0410 177 822

CANBERRA – Scullin
Sunday 21st October, 10:30am to 12:30pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
77 Chewings Street, Scullin
(Google map)
Enquiries: Lyn 0410 177 822
Free ongoing meditation classes in Canberra


Tuesday 16th October, 4pm to 5pm
Liverpool Hospital
Conference Facilities in Meeting Room 2
Located at Entrance A on the cnr of Elizabeth & Goulburn Sts Liverpool, approximately 400 metres from Liverpool train and bus Station.
(Google map)
Enquiries: Jenny 0425 324 265
Free ongoing meditation classes in New South Wales


Tuesday 23rd October, 5.30pm to 6.30pm
Brisbane Square Library
The Tiered Theatrette, Ground Floor, 266 George Street
Enquiries: 0458 876 572

Thursday 25th October, 6pm to 7pm
Burpengary Community Hall
121/101-121 Station Rd, Burpengary
Enquiries: 0419 674 072

Tuesday 23rd October, 5:45pm to 7:00pm
Kawana Island Meeting
5 Grand Parade, Parrearra
Enquiries: 0438 773 705

Tuesday 23rd October, 6:30pm to 8pm
Logan Hyperdome Library
66-70 Mandew St, Shailer Park
Enquiries: Coralie (07) 3299 7378

Thursday 25th October, 12pm to 1.30pm
Support Building
Next door to Library,
Corner of Beach Parade and Sixth Avenue, Cotton Tree
Enquiries: 0438 773 705

WAMURAN (near Caboolture)
Sunday 28th October, 10am to 1pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
95 McClintock Road, Wamuran Queensland
(60mins north of Brisbane, near Caboolture)
(Google Map)
Enquiries: 1300 724 252
Maps and free ongoing meditation classes in Queensland


BURNSIDE – East Adelaide
Tuesday 16th October, 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Burnside Community Centre
(Adjacent to Burnside Library)
Corner of Greenhill/ Portrush Rd.
(Google map)
Enquiries: 0417 806 336

Tuesday 16th October, 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Cheltenham Community Centre
56 Stroud Rd North (cnr Buller Tce),
Cheltenham, opposite Cheltenham Railway Stn
(Google map)
Enquiries: 0417 806 336
Free ongoing meditation classes in South Australia


Monday 8th October, 7pm to 8pm
Tarneit Community Learning Centre
150 Sunset Views Boulevard, Tarneit
(Google map)
Enquiries: 0433 944 902
Free ongoing meditation classes in Victoria


(45 mins NE of Perth)
Saturday 6th October, 3pm to 5pm
Gidgegannup Meditation Centre
1254 O’Brien Road, Gidgegannup
(located 45 mins North East of Perth)
(Google map)
Enquiries: 1300 724 252
Free ongoing meditation classes in Western Australia

Improve mental wellbeing

Research in Australia and elsewhere indicates that Sahaja Yoga meditation can improve physical, emotional and mental wellbeing and reduce stress. Recent studies suggest that this meditation is unique even when compared to other forms of meditation. People who meditate regularly, using this meditation technique for about 20 minutes a day, may find they become healthier, calmer and much more relaxed, with an improved outlook on life. Illnesses and ailments can arise due to imbalances in the subtle system. Through Sahaja Yoga meditation, one can correct, balance and nourish the subtle energy centres. You can find out more information in this video.

More information

  • All events free of charge, no booking required.
  • Suitable for both complete beginners and regular meditators.
  • No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required. Chairs are provided.
  • Mental wellbeing website
  • Free follow-up classes available in over 80 locations.

Gurrumul Yunupingu

Gurrumul Yunupingu

A reader has written to recommend listening to two recent releases of what he describes as remarkable Australian music.

“I have just heard a most incredible Australian CD, Cannot Buy My Soul – The Songs of Kev Carmody.   The musician and songwriter, Paul Kelly, pulled together a stellar cast of the cream of the Australian music scene to host a concert playing the songs of Kev Carmody, an Aboriginal drover turned musician.

“Kev Carmody wrote his songs from the 1960s through to the 1980s.  There is so much dignity and eloquence in these songs, expressing the story from the soul of the Australian Indigenous people.  Sometimes music can express the inexpressible qualities of a country – such is this music. 

“Also highly recommended when contemplating Australian indigenous music is Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu’s  widely acclaimed album, Gurrumul.  There are many good reasons to recommend his music, which is mostly sung in various Indigenous languages, with scenes drawn from the Aboriginal “Dreaming”.
“Gurrumul, blind since birth and a former member of the internationally acclaimed band Yothu Yindi, has released an album of quiet beauty.  His voice has been described as having being touched by angels.  If you are interested in some really great Australian music perhaps take a chance to listen to these.”


UluruAustralia is very far off. But this is the land which is the land of purity. This is the land in the universe, is the first centre that you see there, and Uluru that you have – Uluru means, as I told you, is the Chaitanya, is the symbol of that purity. So you stand for the innocence of the world. You are such a great nation here that stands for the innocence … so you have to be careful and understand your own identity as innocent people. And I am sure it will work out very well for all of you. And this country which has many problems will be solved by your own purity, and the whole world can be helped with your own purity and beautiful lives. May God bless you.

Shri Mataji, Sydney, 1990

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