Sahaja Yoga Meditation – the gentle answer

Sahaja Yoga

In the midst of today’s hectic, non-stop timetable, people are increasingly stopping to ask themselves two fundamental questions:

  1. Why can’t I feel better?
    – less tired and stressed
    – mentally, physically and emotionally stronger
    – more able to cope and enjoy life
    – healthier
  2. How can I evolve as a person?
    – become a more spiritual and compassionate person
    – understand more about my place in this Universe
    – establish a relationship with Divine that is based on Truth not ritual and hypocrisy.

If you recognize any combination of these needs in you, then you are part of a growing community of people who are becoming uneasy with the direction and quality of their life.

Sahaja Yoga Meditation can help to answer these needs through the ancient, gentle and yet powerful process of Self Realization and meditation.

Sahaja Yoga Meditation is originally from India and taught always free-of-charge in over 80 countries. The meaning of Sahaja is “born within”, “spontaneous”, “effortless”, “natural”. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi is the founder of this meditation type.

Impact of Sahaja Yoga Meditation on the individual

Hundreds of thousands of people world-wide have discovered that health problems, addictions and many forms of mental and emotional imbalance disappear after they begin to practice Sahaja Yoga Meditation. This process of cleansing, even if done for only 10 or 20 minutes a day, helps the individual to achieve a greater sense of overall well being, enabling them to become more productive, confident and creative. It also restores their natural equilibrium and dynamism which helps them to become more responsible members of their family and society at large.

Impact of Sahaja Yoga Meditation on society

Shri Mataji has explained that this increased balance and integration within the individual leads naturally to a spontaneous reduction in the tension and dissatisfaction that drives people to drugs, crime and violence. In this way Sahaja Yoga Meditation addresses many of the root causes of our world’s social problems by alleviating such imbalances at a uniquely personal level.

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