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South Perth Sahaja YogaDiscover the Joy Within

You are invited to this unique meditation and music event to Discover the Joy Within through true meditation.

Enjoy the powerful rhythms and unique fusion of East and West music performed by the energetic Sahaja Yoga Meditation Group. Treat yourself to an enlightening and entertaining music event.

During this program you will feel the state of true meditation (‘thoughtless awareness’) through Self Realisation and also enjoy music which expresses the bubbling joy that comes from this profound state of peace.

Event details
Saturday 12th December, 2015
11am to 12.30pm


South Perth Community Hall
Cnr Sandgate St & South Terrace
South Perth
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Cost: This is a FREE event, which is suitable for complete beginners. It is provided free by an experienced team of volunteers, as a non-profit community service.

Bookings: To reserve your seat please phone 0409 882 132.

More about Self Realisation
When awakened, the Kundalini energy rises through the subtle system and opens the Sahasrara Chakra in the limbic area. A person’s sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems become relaxed and balanced, producing a natural state of meditation marked by thoughtless awareness, alertness and a profound sense of peace within, which leads to the harmonious integration of the individual’s emotional, physical and mental aspects.

Hope to see you there.

World Day for Inner Peace, Melbourne

World Day for Inner Peace, Melbourne

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
(Google map)

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.

More information about Sahaja Yoga in Victoria:

Classes around Victoria

Sahaja Yoga Workshop, Wamuran, Queensland

Sahaja Yoga Workshop, Wamuran, Queensland

We had a very successful Sahaja Yoga workshop at Wamuran, near Brisbane, on Sunday 29th June 2014. About 35 people attended, many for the first time.

The program started at 9.30am with ‘meet and greet’, refreshments and introductions. This was followed by a short introduction to Sahaja Yoga and then Self-realisation. Everyone then experienced footsoaking, clearing the subtle system and exchanging vibrations.

An in-depth demonstration followed of the various clearing techniques used in Sahaja Yoga. These treatments include candles, lemons and chillies, and onion treatment for the Agnya Chakra.

The hard-working kitchen team had cooked a beautiful lunch which was served outside in the sunshine.

Sahaja Yoga music group, Wamuran, Queensland

Sahaj Sangeet music group, Wamuran, Queensland

After lunch, a meditation/workshop was held outside on the Mother Earth where exchanging vibrations and experiencing inner silence were only interrupted by the wind, the birds and the rustling of trees.

Shri Mataji’s video talk was followed by music from ‘Sahaj Sangeet’ bhajan group. The performance was very well received, with people joining in clapping. Finally, a silent meditation left everyone in Sahastrara.

Peter Hewitson

"Music of Joy" concert leaflet

Sahaja Yoga in the Philippines has invited “Music of Joy”, the renowned Australian Sahaja Yoga musical group, to perform a musical concert in the Philippines, as part of the Sahaja Yoga Asian Tour 2012. The concert will present vocal and instrumental music, including bhajans and qawwalis.

It will be a life-time experience for everyone in Manila to watch Australians playing musical instruments from all around the world.

The instruments include harmonium, didgeridoo, guitar, bass, flute, saxophone, clarinet, tabla, dholak, djembe, chimtar and tambourine.

The concert will be held on Sunday, 8 July 2012 at 3.00-7.00 pm in SM Mall of Asia, one of the biggest malls in the Philippines, at Pasay City, Metro Manila.

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