Free Meditation & Yoga - Just show up - at 7:30 - 9 pm every Tuesday in Slough

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The Quaker Meeting House

74 Ragstone Rd · Slough, SL1 2PX

How to find us

The Quaker Meeting Hall in Slough is situated just off Windsor Road, on the corner where there is a McDonald's. For free parking, please drive in through the gates on the left of the hall. The rear door and the front door will be unlocked.

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Hello there!

We'd like to welcome you to our FREE weekly Sahaja Yoga Meditation meetings, hosted by Sandra, Sunita, & friends, which take place in Slough, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm on Tuesdays.

Free parking is available behind the hall - please drive in through the gates to the left, and park behind the hall.

Beneficial and instructive for both beginners and the experienced. No prior reservation is required – simply turn up whenever convenient.

Join as a complete beginner at any class, and learn:

– How to meditate, and balance your inner being

– About chakras, and simple techniques to cleanse them

– How to feel, and decode the condition of your energy centres

– How to give the experience of meditation and yoga ('self-realisation') to others

At the meeting, there will be no bending and stretching type physical exercises – participants will be seated comfortably throughout. The classes are conducted in a relaxed setting, and have a friendly atmosphere.

Sahaja Yoga meditation is natural, easy, and powerful. An introduction to the basics and a simple guided meditation is included in every class. In this way, even complete beginners can experience meditation, and start meditating at home from their first day onwards. Each class is designed to be beneficial and instructive for beginners and regulars alike. Classes can provide a valuable, regular boost of inner energy and deep revitalisation, through the powerful setting of collective meditation and clearance sessions.

The general format of each meeting will be as follows:

- Introduction – suitable for complete beginners

- A detailed talk on an aspect of meditation

- A guided meditation session – no prior experience required; and you will experience the state of meditation for yourself

- A ‘workshop’ – the opportunity to focus on specific chakras, and increase one’s experience of vibratory awareness. Participants in this session have the opportunity to learn about, and practise, giving the experience of meditation to, and cleansing the inner subtle system of another person.

We are all volunteers of a charity organisation, and have many years of experience offering free Sahaja Yoga Meditation classes.

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Further information:

All courses are free, and everyone is welcome.

If you require any further information, please contact [masked] Quick FAQs:

Can anyone attend this meeting?

Yes, everyone interested in meditation is most welcome!

Are the classes and courses really free?

Yes, our courses and classes are entirely free. Weekly Sahaja Yoga Meditation public programmes take place across the UK, and are also free - you can attend as many times as you like, without any charge.

Do you have to attend any previous classes in order to attend a particular meeting?

No, you can join a session at any time. Start whenever convenient – each class is presented as an independent module, and there is always an introduction to the basics, with a guided meditation experience.

Does it matter if I have not attended any Sahaja Yoga class before?

No, you are most welcome to attend the classes and courses, which are designed to be suitable for complete beginners – even those who have never tried any form of meditation before.

Is it possible to attend only the sessions I can make it to?

Yes - please feel welcome to attend any sessions that you can come to. Each session includes a brief introduction for complete beginners.

We look forward to seeing you!

10 Reasons to try out Sahaja Yoga Meditation in Slough in 2018:

It’s easy.

You don’t have to spend years living in the mountains to achieve enlightenment. You don’t have to give up anything or spend weeks in silence. You don’t have to learn mantras or wear special clothes or even try to clear my mind. The meditation simply happens spontaneously. The classes are easy and fun, and as long as you keep up your daily ten minutes of meditation you find you are able to achieve a deep and peaceful meditation on a regular basis.

It’s free.

You don’t pay for your meditation. There are no catches, and there are no hidden expenses. If you missed attending classes one week, it doesn’t matter. You just picked up the classes again when you could manage it. It is simply the generosity of spirit of other Sahaja Yoga meditation practitioners that allows Sahaja Yoga to be taught to whomever desires it, at no cost.

You can see results.

You feel relaxed and you feel a deep sense of calm. Now you can also feel your chakras (energy centres) and through the meditation techniques learnt along the way you can understand the vibrations of your own energy centres. If you feel unwell you meditate and use the techniques you’ve learnt to heal your chakras, and you can then feel the centres clearing, and as a consequence your health improves.

It’s all-inclusive.

All the major religions and their core teachings are acknowledged and respected in Sahaja Yoga. No one’s spiritual journey is right or wrong. And through meditation the wisdom of all the great gurus and saints is easily revealed and understood. In fact, you’ll find that since you’ve been meditating you’ll come to understand and appreciate the teachings of great teachers such as Lao Tse, Buddha and Mohammed.

You’re your own boss.

You meditate and introspect at your own pace. You don’t have to keep up with others, or feel pressured into doing things you’re not comfortable with. You are your own teacher, your own guru, your own master. This technique of meditation empowers you and enables you to help yourself. You don’t have to rely on anybody else. Of course, there are many people who practice Sahaja Yoga Meditation who can teach you a great deal about the yoga & meditation and its various techniques. However, all that you need is ultimately within you.

It’s everywhere.

Sahaja Yoga is practiced in almost every country in the world. So, no matter where you travel you can always locate a local Sahaja Yoga Meditation programme that you can attend. Whenever you get the chance, and no matter where you are, You try to link up with other Sahaja Yoga practitioners and enjoy a collective meditation. (Meditating with others is a much deeper and more powerful experience than meditating alone.)

It’s portable.

You don’t need to take anything with you to meditate: no mats, no potions, no special clothing or books. You can meditate anywhere – in a quiet room or on a noisy bus; at the beach or watching a movie. Thoughtless awareness (the state of meditation) is easy to achieve if you keep meditating daily, and it can be achieved in almost any situation.

It makes sense.

Everything you’ll learn will make sense. There is a lot of common sense in Sahaja Yoga meditation, and even though not everything was known to you (for example, the chakras and their respective qualities), once you have a chance to learn more about the meditation, it feels very natural and comfortable.

Everybody does it.

When you begin a hobby or join a new group, you often find that there are particular types of people who are in the group with you. For example, some groups attract younger people, others older folk; some groups have a lot of people who are wealthy, or people who live in a certain part of town. In Sahaja Yoga you will find people from every walk of life, from every demographic – male and female, young and old, rich and poor, every shape, size and colour, with varying interests, languages and beliefs. You don’t have to be a certain type of person to do Sahaja Yoga meditation. It is one of those rarities: something for everybody.

You feel good.

Without fail, every time you sit down to meditate you feel better. Whether you manage to have a deep meditation or not makes no difference, and as a consequence your family and friends are reaping the benefits.

So there you have it......ten reasons......

Pop along to a Free Sahaja Yoga Meditation weekly meeting in Slough, whenever convenient! We’ll look forward to welcoming you.