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Meditation: Path to Inner Peace

One of the most accessible and universal ways to achieve inner peace and to develop a person's best qualities, is through the experience of meditation. The importance of meditation is rooted in ancient wisdom and its validity is confirmed by a body of medical and scientific evidence.

If we clear away all the labels and the clichés, we can agree that meditation represents something we all aspire to: a moment of serene tranquility, of thoughtless awareness, in which a subtle inner joy emerges. In an instant, our thronging thoughts subside and all that remains is a calm awareness: the recognition of the beauty of existence. It is a state that we have all felt, however briefly, at least once in our lives, when touched by the beauty of a natural landscape, the perfume of a flower or the splendor of sunrise. It is the grace that inspired Mozart’s glorious melodies, the power and harmony of Michelangelo’s sculptures, and the skillful, musical lines of Shakespeare and Dante.

State of meditation, although governed by a marvelously complex mechanism, is very simple to achieve and by little practice can be easily maintained.

Many traditions and cultures, associate true meditation with self-knowledge and self-realization. Hence, a meditative person is usually portrayed as someone who is one with his or her true nature and therefore, is peaceful. Self-realization is a spiritual happening which is achieved through the awakening of an inner spiritual, Motherly energy which is present within every human being and is referred to in Sanskrit scriptures as Kundalini.

The way to achieve this spiritual awakening was shown to us by a Lady named Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi who was the founder of Sahaja Yoga and for over 40 years, offered self-realization all over the world to those who sought answers to the deepest questions. The spiritual awakening which follows self-realization, lifts the attention above the thoughts, beyond the duality of time, and allows the practitioners to be in the present moment, thoughtless and aware.

Sahaja Yoga Meditation classes are conducted by volunteers and are always free of charge. These classes give the attendees the opportunity to experience the state of meditation through self-realization. So if you are interested in medtiation or want to learn more about yourself, make sure to visit your local program! For you more info on programs visit:
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Sahaja Yoga Meditation in Brisbane City

Brisbane Square Library

Free weekly meditation classes at Brisbane Square Library! A place where you can calm your mind, relax and learn much about yourself and meditation! What do we mean by meditation? Well, simply put, meditation is the state of thoughtless awareness. A state where you are not thinking but are completely alert and aware. Sounds simple but if you’ve ever tried to just stop thinking without focusing on anything specific, you’ll know it’s not that easy! According to Sahaja Yoga, thoughtless awareness can only be achieved after "Self-Realization". Self-Realization is a spiritual awakening which lifts the attention above the thoughts and brings it back to the present moment. Sahaja Yoga and the technique of achieving this spiritual awakening was developed by Shri Mataji in the 70's and now Sahaja Yoga is practiced in more than 100 countries all over the world. Sounds like what you've been after? If so, join our free meditation classes at Brisbane Square Library!

Free Sahaja Yoga Meditation KAWANA

Kawana Island Meeting Place

PLEASE NOTE: CLASSES WILL RESUME TUE 15TH JAN 2019

Sahaja Yoga Meditation at Logan Hyperdome Library

Logan Hyperdome Library

PLEASE NOTE: CLASSES WILL RESUME ON TUE 22ND JANUARY 2019 Free weekly meditation classes at Logan Hyperdome Library! A place where you can calm your mind, relax and learn much about yourself and meditation! What do we mean by meditation? Well, simply put, meditation is the state of thoughtless awareness. A state where you are not thinking but are completely alert and aware. Sounds simple but if you’ve ever tried to just stop thinking without focusing on anything specific, you’ll know it’s not that easy! According to Sahaja Yoga, thoughtless awareness can only be achieved after "Self-Realization". Self-Realization is a spiritual awakening which lifts the attention above the thoughts and brings it back to the present moment. Sahaja Yoga and the technique of achieving this spiritual awakening was developed by Shri Mataji in the 70's and now Sahaja Yoga is practiced in more than 100 countries all over the world. Sounds like what you've been after? If so, join our free meditation classes at Logan Hyperdome Library! For more info. please contact Glenda:[masked]

Free Meditation Classes Maroochydore

Library Support Room next door to Library (Upstairs)

PLEASE NOTE: CLASSES WILL RESUME THU 7TH FEB 2019 Free Meditation Classes every Thursday from 12:00pm to 1:15pm. All Welcome! No physical exercises involved and no previous experience required. Discover the peace within, stress down and enjoy the experience of going beyond thinking. For further information please ring[masked]

Past events (880)

Sahaja Yoga Meditation in Burpengary

Burpengary Community Centre

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