We’re also providing links to our WhatsApp groups where you can ask questions and receive ongoing support as you discover and enjoy Sahaja Yoga meditation. (WhatsApp is a free chat service for mobiles and computers.)
Millions around the world are enjoying our free meditation since it was started by Shri Mataji in 1970. Her Sahaja Yoga meditation promotes mental, emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing.
21 Series Course
Every Sunday and Wednesday • 8:45pm to 10pm (Sydney time)
(Convert to your local time)
Hosted by the Queensland team.
The third course of the 21 Series programs for those who have received their Self-realisation and have been participating in our online or face-to-face classes and are familiar with the basic Sahaja Yoga clearing, balancing and meditation techniques.
Current topics include Mantras for the all chakras (energy centres).
7 Series Course
Every Monday and Thursday • 12pm to 1pm (Sydney time)
(Convert to your local time)
Hosted by the Canberra team.
For those who have received their Self-realisation and have been participating in our online or face-to-face classes and are familiar with the basic Sahaja Yoga clearing, balancing and meditation techniques.
This week’s topics cover Mantras for the first and second chakras (energy centres).
Hosted by the Australian and International Sahaja Yoga team.
For newcomers and regular meditators. Collective meditation sessions with clearing, balancing, talks and discussions on a topic of the day.
Daily sessions and webcast schedule
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.
Improve mental wellbeing
Research in Australia and elsewhere indicates that Sahaja Yoga meditation can improve physical, emotional and mental wellbeing, as well as reducing stress. Recent studies suggest that this meditation is unique even when compared with other forms of meditation. People who meditate regularly, using this meditation technique for around 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.
Click here to watch a video about the beneficial effects of Sahaja Yoga meditation on health and wellbeing.
Saturday 7th October, 3:30pm to 5pm
Klemzig Primary School
2 Hay Street, Klemzig
Enquiries: Sue 1300 724 252
Saturday 11th November, 4pm to 5.30pm
Kurpila Hall West End
174 Boundary Street, West End
Enquiries: 1300 724 252
Sunday 8th October, 10:30am to 12:30pm
10:30am to 12:30pm
Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
77 Chewings Street, Scullin
Enquiries: Lyn 0410 177 822
Friday 13th October, 7:30pm to 8:30pm
Box Hill South Neighborhood House
47 Kitchener Street, Box Hill South
Enquiries: 0433 777 194
Sunday 8th October, 2pm to 3:30pm
Perth City Library Auditorium
573 Hay Street, Perth
Enquiries: Kitty 0405 305 145
PERTH – Gidgegannup
Saturday 7th October, 3pm to 5pm
Gidgegannup Meditation Centre
1254 O’Brien Road, Gidgegannup
(located 45 mins north east of Perth)
Enquiries: Kitty 0405 305 145
16th to 20th October
Locations to be announced soon for Sydney and around NSW.
Enquiries: Lisa 0437 405 155
- All events are free of charge, with no booking required.
- The class is suitable for both complete beginners and regular meditators.
- No physical exercises, postures or special clothing are required. Chairs are provided.
- Mental wellbeing website
- Free follow-up classes are available in over 80 locations.
Topic: Meditation and its effects on the brain, mind and health
Time: Wednesday 25 November, 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Place: Dougherty Community Centre, 7 Victor Street, Chatswood
(opposite Westfield shopping centre car park)
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.
As part of the event, the audience will also learn a simple, scientifically proven meditation skill which will become a useful resource that they can use for the rest of their lives.
Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this very informative session followed by a hands-on workshop.
7:10pm: Lecture – Dr Ramesh Manocha, MBBS BSc (Med) PhD
8:00pm: Meditation workshop
Free admission. No booking is required.
For enquiries please call (02) 9904 8137 (after hours).
A heart is healthy not only if it gives but also if it receives. If for some reasons it cannot, then it aches and can make the whole body and the whole being become sick. It hurts because we are human beings. So whatever affects the heart can have an enormous impact on our moods and personality, on our physical health and spiritual wellbeing.
As Sahaj yogis, even if we are dealing with difficult people or difficult situations, our heart can ascend to a higher level. After Self-realisation, our enlightened attention can take us through the reactions of ego and super ego and rise to Sahasrara. Thus we enter a new and higher realm of pure forgiveness and of pure love, in which the heart can expand and let the vibrations flow both ways to the whole (also called Heaven on Earth).
After realisation, we are all walking on that path and our Kundalini (our inner spiritual Mother) is pushing us to grow and ascend as much as She can, and as much as we accept to face ourselves.
The tendency in this modern world is to make brain our God and believe that everything can be explained. But brain cannot explain heart. Being ourselves so small, how can we even think of trying, even more when it comes to our inner spiritual Mother’s Heart?
How can we explain the love that a normal human mother’s heart can have for her child or children? Where is it coming from? That love is so powerful, it can move mountains if it has to; it can fight to death if it has to. It can protect, heal, comfort but also correct, guide, strengthen. There is no end to what it can give and do. But this love (present in all of us) can become sick and tired if it is not allowed or not in a position to give or receive. Both movements of giving and receiving are essential for a heart to be healthy, to remain strong so that this Love can flow freely and without effort.
Raising our heart beyond brain is like freeing ourselves from all these entanglements that can be so overwhelming in life. It is the expansion of our small heart to a higher dimension, a higher Heart that encompasses and cares for the Whole world.
Our Heart belongs to Thee, our Heart belongs to our higher spiritual Mother (both ways), if we let it.
(Photograph: www. sahajaradio.org)