About Sahaja Yoga meditation

About Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Millions around the world are enjoying our free meditation since it was started in 1970 by H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. There are many centres around the world that have been established to offer the public an opportunity to experience this simple meditation.

What is Meditation? 

Meditation is best understood as a  state of ‘mental silence’ in which one is fully alert and aware but free of the unnecessary thoughts or worries that lead to many of life’s day to day stresses. This state of silence occurs spontaneously when one learns how to focus on the experience of the present moment, leading to a state of peace and calm. Through a simple process, known as Self-Realisation (kundalini awakening) this meditation state can be quickly established, maintained and, most importantly, enjoyed!

Scientific research.

Research conducted in Australia and elsewhere indicates that Sahaja Yoga meditation can improve physical and mental health plus reduce stress. Recent studies suggest that Sahaja Yoga meditation is unique even when compared to other forms of meditation. People who meditate regularly, using Sahaja Yoga for around 20minutes a day, find they become healthier, calmer and much more relaxed, with an improved outlook on life.

Sahaja Yoga aims to address emotional, mental and physical imbalance by awakening our innate spiritual potential. This is a simple but profound experience that naturally enables us to harmonise and integrate our life in a more positive way. Regular meditation naturally eliminates a lot of the inner stress and tension that we experience on a day to day basis.

Who can do Sahaja Yoga? 

Everyone… no matter what your age, lifestyle, caste or creed you’ll find the meditation and associated simple techniques easy to practice.

Sahaja Yoga is absolutely free. 

There is no charge for the teachings of Sahaja Yoga – it’s free to everyone. Sahaja Yoga is taught by a non-profit, grass roots, community-focused group of practitioners .

Getting started. 

Free weekly meditation classes and workshops are held in many areas in over 100 countries.  For further information or to locate your nearest meditation centre please visit  Sahaja Yoga centres around the world