Discover the peace of true meditation
Reduce stress • Go beyond thinking • Balance your inner self
We’re pleased to invite you to our next meditation workshop. Come along and deepen your meditation experience and refresh your knowledge of Sahaja Yoga. Learn more on how to balance yourself so you can maintain your meditation.
Never meditated before? Everything is explained! Simple and effective guided meditations, separate introductory session, interesting presentations, practical sessions, take-home kits, refreshments.
Devonport Library, Meeting Room One
21 Oldaker Street, Devonport
Saturday 22nd November
10.00 am to 11.30 am
Community Health Centre, Joan Marshall Wing
McHugh Street, Kings Meadows, Launceston
Saturday 22nd November
2.00 pm to 3.30 pm
No booking required. Light refreshments provided.
Enquiries: Phone 6245 1476 or 0416 435 278
Cost: No charge. Workshops are provided free by our experienced team of volunteers, as a non-profit community service.
- Learn simple and effective ways to help you experience the peace of true meditation
- Learn how to balance the subtle system to deepen your meditation
- Watch video talks by founder, Shri Mataji
- No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required
- Chairs are provided
We hope to see you soon!
On the weekend of 11-12 October 2008 a Sahaja Yoga seminar/workshop was held in Northern Tasmania at Golden Valley. “Mountainside Nature Retreat” was the venue, set on the side of an old volcano-shaped peak amongst blooming blackwoods, daffodils, and very happy birds.
The Goddess of Spring gave Her best show with warm clear sunshine, morning mist and many flowers. On the Friday night there was a welcome, and then the Theatre of Eternal Values’ production of “Friends” was played, followed by songs and meditation.
This was followed by a sumptuous dinner that set the standard for the weekend. The twenty people who came were very generous with food and marvelled at the quantity and quality.
Meditations and workshops happened on Saturday, using the elements: water for foot-soaking and sitting on the earth. The film, “Freedom and Liberation”, was played, before the usual scrumptious dinner.
Sunday morning’s meditation was very beautiful and strong. A talk given by Shri Mataji in Brisbane was played on video.
The barbeque lunch was very joyous and everyone enjoyed the open air, eating a local butcher’s chicken sausages and patties.
Here are some comments from the people who attended the workshop:
“When I go to meditation groups, after a while I need my own space. I couldn’t stay away from you all!”
“I didn’t know people could be so happy and beautiful. ‘Spirituality’ is usually serious.”
“Her photo fills this room with love and joy.”
One lady was monitoring her acid levels, and couldn’t believe they were neutral after all the food she ate at the weekend!
Phillip and Sarah Frankcombe