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Ealing Meditation Team



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March 28, 2013

What do you hope to gain from the free Sahaja Yoga Meditation Class?

The collective meditations at the Ealing Town Hall are a powerful boost - there are many like me who wouldn't miss this weekly opportunity. There are usually around 35 people gathered at this meeting; with a mixture of totally new people, people who have been coming for some time, and some who have been practising for many years. The experience is all the more effective when one practices the meditation on a regular basis at home, ideally twice a day. Even ten minutes makes such a difference!

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What Ziya is saying about this Meetup Group

After a presenter introduced the order of the evening’s events to follow, and a brief description of meditation for the benefit of new-comers (seven people in total were trying our meditation for the first time), we watched a lecture given by Shri Mataji at a public programme in Christchurch, New Zealand. This made for a fascinating introduction. The guided meditation followed, culminating in a relaxed, silent state for most. It was the last Thursday of the month, so we had an extra half an hour to play with. As the next item, we used this time to offer ‘a footsoak’. Despite the daunting, icy winds blowing outside, there was good enthusiasm to give it a go, and around a dozen tubs of salty warm water were distributed around the room (which was thankfully well-heated), among people new and old. This was a perfect way to continue, and sustain the meditative state we’d reached moments ago. Then, to bring the evening to a close, it was time to have cups of tea, biscuits, and chats.

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