Free meditation workshops in Sydney

Free meditation workshops in Sydney

Sahaja Yoga Australia is holding free one-day meditation workshops in Sydney.

These meditation workshops are great opportunities for both regulars and beginners. The meditation technique is very easy. You don’t need to know anything about meditation to come to this workshop. Everyone will have the opportunity to learn and experience the peace and joy of true meditation.

Some of the topics to be covered in the workshop:

  1. Introduction to meditation
  2. Learning how to achieve mental silence
  3. Use of affirmations and mantras
  4. Scientific research on the topic of meditation
  5. Easy techniques for reducing stress
  6. Balancing and clearing the chakras
  7. Video talk by Shri Mataji, the founder of Sahaja Yoga
  8. Live music

When: Please visit Sahaja Yoga Australia web site for up to date info.

Where: Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre
10 Clarence Street Burwood, Sydney
(short walk south of Burwood Railway Station)

Workshop cost: No charge! Workshops are provided by volunteers, as a non-profit community service.

Donation: Lunch, morning tea and workshop materials are provided. $10 by donation at the door goes towards these costs as well as equipment hire and upkeep.

Seating arrangements: Chairs, pillows or carpeted floor.

What the participants are saying:
“It’s an on-going step… this is very inspiring, nourishing… the key opening a gateway, to incorporate this bit by bit in my life. It’s very important you keep these workshops going”.

“Wonderful, just wonderful exactly what I have been looking for, superb, I feel I have big understanding of meditation now – thank you very much Sahaja Yoga”

“Informality of the day helps one to relax quickly. Explanations are clear and delivered well. Music was enjoyable. I feel that I would like to continue with Sahaja Yoga and introduce my children to it”

“I feel that I was brought to a new stage of realisation, and really felt a deep experience, I want to learn more about the mantras”

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