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music-as-peaceYou are warmly invited to an evening of Universal Peace featuring international music and recitals.

Aboriginal • Celtic • Chinese • Indian • Jewish • Muslim • Pacific Islander • Russian • Sahaja


Saturday 12th November, 2016
5.30 pm to 9.00 pm

Ashfield Town Hall
260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, Sydney
(Google map)

Our multicultural fabric

The evening will provide a wonderful celebration of the beauty of the multicultural fabric that makes Australia one of the greatest countries in the world, celebrating the coming together of many people of diverse communities and faiths that have so enriched our nation.

Universal message of peace

Musicians, poets and spiritual leaders will unite to share the universal message of peace, but this performance is guaranteed to be more than that, as it will enable us to truly experience the depth of peace and joy that lies within each individual.

Music, poetry and words of peace are the universal language that uplifts, helps bring us together and reminds us we are all one.

More information

  • Free Admission – Everyone welcome.
  • Light supper provided.
  • Enquiries and bookings call Lisa on 0437 405 155

Sponsored by Life Eternal Trust Australia and Sahaja Yoga Meditation Australia

Sahaja Music and MeditationOur meditation team and Music of Joy group will be in Sydney during July and August.

The renowned Music of Joy group will present their delightful and vibrant songs taken from countries from all over the globe. Their music can awaken and enlighten the spirit within, and one can feel meditative, joyous and uplifted in a most effortless and spontaneous way.

All events include guided meditations to help reduce stress and achieve the peace of true meditation, as well as tips on how to help stay in balance during the day and how to meditate at home. Free follow-up classes will be available.

Friday 22nd July,  6:30pm to 8:30pm
Homebush Public School Hall
Rochester St, Homebush
(opposite Homebush train station, enter school via Rochester St).
Contact: Mahima 0425 261 119 or Rahul 0475 962 947
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Sunday 31st July, 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Revesby Community Hall
Macarthur Street, Revesby
Contact: Andrew 0427 481 363
(Google map)

Sunday 14th August, 3pm to 5pm
Elizabeth Hall, Willow Community  Centre
25 Edgeworth David Ave Hornsby (behind Willow Park Playground)
Contact: Jo 0458 498 550
(Google map)

More information
• Free of charge •  Everyone welcome • No booking required.
Over 80 meditation classes around Australia


Speaker: Dr Ramesh Manocha MBBS BSc (Med) PhD

Sunday 6th June, 2010   2.00pm to 4.30pm
University of New South Wales, Sydney
Theatre 7, Central Lecture Block, Upper Campus
Free admission – Bookings essential

You and your friends are invited to this fascinating and enjoyable lecture ‘Meditation and its effects on the body, brain, mind & wellbeing’ by Dr. Ramesh Manocha, who will provide a refreshing insight into the science and experience of meditation.

Dr. Manocha is a world-leading expert on scientific research into meditation. His research has proven its effectiveness in reducing stress and improving wellbeing. It has also determined that mental silence has specific physiological effects on the body and the brain.

The lecture will provide a refreshing insight into the science behind meditation. It will also allow the audience to acquire simple and effective meditation skills which can be easily incorporated into daily life.

Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this very informative session followed by a hands-on workshop.

Event details
Sunday June 6, 2:00pm to 4:30pm
University of New South Wales, Sydney
Closest access via High St, Randwick
Theatre 7, Central Lecture Block, Upper Campus
(Free Parking via Gate 11, Botany St or Gate 8, High St)
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2:30pm: Introduction
2:40pm: Lecture – Dr Ramesh Manocha, MBBS BSc (Med) PhD
4:00pm: Meditation workshop
4:30pm: Wrap up

Online bookings for this event can be made via Dr Manocha’s ‘Researching Meditation’ website.
Click here to be directed to the Booking Form on Dr Manocha’s website.

Admission: Free admission. Suitable for both beginners and regular meditators,

This event is a Community Health event brought to you by Sahaja Yoga Meditation.

Best wishes,
The Sahaja Yoga Meditation Australia

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