Meditation Articles

Are you feeling stressed out lately by your college classes and all the pressures of college life in general?  Sahaja Yoga Meditation can definitely help you.  In some colleges in the USA, Sahaja Meditation is being offered as part of the college curriculum for FYE…

In England, our most famous angelic spokesman was the poet, painter and prophet William Blake, who was born 28th November, 1757. From his early childhood, he saw visions of angels and spoke with the spirits of great personalities from ancient times. His deceased younger brother, Robert, became Blake’s ‘spirit guide’ and inspiration for him throughout his life and there are hundreds, if not thousands of references to angels throughout his works…

What if there was a simple method for you to tap into the power and energy that lieslying deep within you, allowing you to — and at the same time better yourself emotionally, physically and mentally? Sahaja Meditation is just that — a system of guided mental relaxation and inner balancing techniques that can bring about profound spiritual and emotional calm, wellness and clarity….

Abraham Maslow (1908-1970) was an American psychologist who, like Carl Jung, has had an experience of the “Self”. He is best known for his “hierarchy of needs”, taught in all the business schools. He himself never applied his research to the professional domain: it is the work of psychologists who used it, and who almost invariably did not mention the most important part of its work : the Self-actualization or we could say, the Realization of the Self…

Cooking belongs to the list of miracolous things we can do. It does seem such a basic, daily need and maybe it is in the basics that all the most beautiful treasures are enclosed. The joy of making food is something very feminine, it’s main support to our personality and inner system, it’s like true humus for our character and dharma…

C. G. Jung is the psychologist who described the Self and the Collective Consciousness as we could describe these notions in Sahaja Yoga terminology. When we read his words, we are surprised to see how much he knew about this Self, which is described mostly in Hindu’s scriptures…

A Seeker’s Journey (by Greg Turek) is an exploration of the interface between the physical world and the supernatural and spiritual. The author moves from classical scientific phenomena, evolution, the bizarre discoveries in quantum physics and Einsteins relativity theory to religion, yoga, mysticism, kundalini and Self-realization. The book also explores meditation and how we can access a state of true meditation or mental silence through the practice of Sahaja Yoga Meditation as taught by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi…

In Biblical times, those who saw manifestations of God or who heard the word of God were seen as great prophets and leaders. It was a common occurrence to be visited by an angel or have wisdom imparted to you through such means as a burning bush, but somehow down the ages, this started to be thought of as heresy or witchcraft, or even madness…

In the years that I’ve been meditating regularly, at least a few minutes a day, I’ve experienced enough personal benefits to be documented in a television series. The dense goo that once filled my awareness back in my youth has been replaced with crystal bright, bubbling clarity…

Wherever you choose to meditate, we suggest that it be a relatively quiet place, without any air draughts, where you can sit comfortably on a chair or on the floor. It is okay to stay in front of your computer as well. You may want to light a small candle in front of you. Let’s keep our hands stretched open, palms facing upwards, resting on our lap…


An introduction to the principles of Sahaja Yoga with discussion on the daily practices. Features a talk from Her Holiness Shri Mataji – 1992 Wollongong Australia…

What if there was a simple method for you to tap into the power and energy that lieslying deep within you, allowing you to — and at the same time better yourself emotionally, physically and mentally? Sahaja Meditation is just that — a system of guided mental relaxation and inner balancing techniques that can bring about profound spiritual and emotional calm, wellness and clarity….

In the years that I’ve been meditating regularly, at least a few minutes a day, I’ve experienced enough personal benefits to be documented in a television series. The dense goo that once filled my awareness back in my youth has been replaced with crystal bright, bubbling clarity…

Finding time to meditate in my busy schedule has always been somewhat of a challenge. I am a full time student working two part time jobs and volunteering. Saying I’m busy is somewhat of an understatement. For a long time I felt I didn’t have time to…

The program begins with a talk by Shri Mataji from 1990 in Sydney and progresses through a description of the 3 channels and each chakra in turn. At each chakra, a relevant talk by Shri Mataji is played. A beautiful audio guide blended with enchanting meditative music…

Meditation helps me to just witness the stressful things. It really helps to see them from a distance. I often compare a state of meditation to standing on a train station: trains (of thought) are constantly passing by, however it is you who should have the power to decide which one to board…

The ability to love oneself and other human beings equally is the most beautiful and attractive quality a human being can have. Meditation has the capacity to trigger this beautiful quality and thus is an eternal fashion statement. Meditation can never go out of fashion as long as humans desire for love and compassion…

Meditation can be one of the most rewarding things in your life if practiced regularly. It can transform you, your family and eventually the whole world. Here we have gathered 21 frequently asked questions about meditation. Hope you will find them very useful…

Thoughtless awareness is a higher state of awareness which bisects the past and the future. Usually human beings are most of the time unable to enter the present because the mind is either thinking about the future or the past…

Scientists study it. Doctors recommend it. Millions of Americans–many of whom don’t even own crystals–practice it every day. Why? Because meditation works…{TIME Magazine}

Foot soaking is an important part of meditation and it has been recommended that anyone serious about progressing in meditation should foot soak every night. Salt water is particularly good for the cleansing the first three chakras…

A simple exercise to protect our subtle body, and preserve our state of meditation, is to put in a bandhan. This exercise should be done before and after meditation, just after raising the Kundalini…

The practice of raising our Kundalini and putting ourselves in bandhan is an important step in readying ourselves for meditation. Raising our Kundalini, helps to settle our subtle system into a more balanced state…

Using the techniques of Sahaja Yoga Meditation, every day we strive to attain, for a few precious seconds or minutes, the profound state of mediation.

Here we’ve collected 7 interesting Sahaj meditation blogs that consistently bring high-quality material to their audience.

Every single time we sit down to meditate, a little more of the Kundalini energy is activated and travels up the Central channel, cleansing and nourishing the chakra system.

The first quality of communication is to be extremely humble about yourself. The other person should not know who you are. And there’s a lot of fun in it.

Until three years ago, Heidi Castro had suffered from “very, very intense” migraines that she’d put up with for about 10 years. She tried acupuncture and various pain-relief medications with mixed success.

The word Kundalini is derived from a Sanskrit word ‘Kundal’ meaning coiled up. It is the primordial dormant energy present in three-and-a-half, coils at the base of the spine in a triangular bone called the Sacrum.

We sincerely hope that Sahaja Yoga Meditation will bring you the inner silence and spiritual comfort you are yearning for. Sahaja Yoga is simple and direct from the heart, and the key is to open your heart to the experience.


10 golden life lessons from Albert Einstein – Quotes and Inspirations

Albert Einstein was one of the most prominent figures of last century. For most of us, he is considered to have been geniality personified. Not only was he ground-breaking on many fields of physics. He was also a philosopher, author and probably the most influential scientist ever…

Calming the mind

Scientists study it. Doctors recommend it. Millions of Americans–many of whom don’t even own crystals–practice it every day. Why? Because meditation works…{TIME Magazine}

21 frequently asked questions (FAQ) about meditation

Meditation can be one of the most rewarding things in your life if practiced regularly. It can transform you, your family and eventually the whole world. Here we have gathered 21 frequently asked questions about meditation. Hope you will find them very useful…

Approach Sahaja Yoga like a Scientist

Many scriptures from traditions throughout the world describe the experience of spiritual awakening as a “divine cool breeze” or fountain of ecstasy pouring over the devotee’s body.

7 interesting meditation blogs

Here we’ve collected 7 interesting Sahaj meditation blogs that consistently bring high-quality material to their audience.

10 things that I’ve learnt about meditation

The ability to love oneself and other human beings equally is the most beautiful and attractive quality a human being can have. Meditation has the capacity to trigger this beautiful quality and thus is an eternal fashion statement. Meditation can never go out of fashion as long as humans desire for love and compassion…

Facts about India

The following historical facts illustrate the spiritual and peaceful nature of India and how many of the souls who dwelled in this land achieved very deep connections with the All-Pervading Power.

The bullock cart – A story about equality

Story 4 children » On a farm in the heart of India, there lived a farmer and his wife. They were rather poor, but earned their living by collecting milk from all the farms in the area to sell it on the market in the city…

How to: Raise your Kundalini

The practice of raising our Kundalini and putting ourselves in bandhan is an important step in readying ourselves for meditation. Raising our Kundalini, helps to settle our subtle system into a more balanced state…

How to: Cool down the liver – Tips for an improved meditative state

In many people the second chakra and the third are weak on the right hand side because of unhealthy conditions within the liver. These simple treatments should soothe your liver and help your health in general…


7 interesting meditation blogs

Here we’ve collected 7 interesting Sahaj meditation blogs that consistently bring high-quality material to their audience.

10 golden life lessons from Albert Einstein – Quotes and Inspirations

Albert Einstein was one of the most prominent figures of last century. For most of us, he is considered to have been geniality personified. Not only was he ground-breaking on many fields of physics. He was also a philosopher, author and probably the most influential scientist ever…

10 things that I’ve learnt about meditation

The ability to love oneself and other human beings equally is the most beautiful and attractive quality a human being can have. Meditation has the capacity to trigger this beautiful quality and thus is an eternal fashion statement. Meditation can never go out of fashion as long as humans desire for love and compassion…

21 frequently asked questions (FAQ) about meditation

Meditation can be one of the most rewarding things in your life if practiced regularly. It can transform you, your family and eventually the whole world. Here we have gathered 21 frequently asked questions about meditation. Hope you will find them very useful…

Calming the mind

Scientists study it. Doctors recommend it. Millions of Americans–many of whom don’t even own crystals–practice it every day. Why? Because meditation works…{TIME Magazine}

Benefits of meditation in my daily life

Meditation helps me to just witness the stressful things. It really helps to see them from a distance. I often compare a state of meditation to standing on a train station: trains (of thought) are constantly passing by, however it is you who should have the power to decide which one to board…

When ego surrounds the heart, the brain is cut off from the heart

When Mr. Ego has gone, all liabilities have gone with him. Your mouth does not say “I am eating” and your hand does not say “I am working”. Watch your ego and superego. In the centre, you emit your Self, which is joy and love.

The Power of a Bandhan & Vibrational Awareness

The vibrations we give and receive are such an amazing tool to our wellbeing and understanding of the way the universe works. Scientific research has proved that animals can communicate through vibrational frequencies undetectable to the human ear…

The bullock cart – A story about equality

Story 4 children » On a farm in the heart of India, there lived a farmer and his wife. They were rather poor, but earned their living by collecting milk from all the farms in the area to sell it on the market in the city…

Poll: How long do you meditate for?

Meditation is becoming a must in our daily life and many of us have been already enjoying the benefits. The time you spend for a meditation session however can vary. Let’s see how long you meditate for…