What is Sahaja Yoga Meditation?
True meditation is a state of deep peace where the mind is absolutely calm and silent, yet completely alert – a state of being known as ‘thoughtless awareness’. Throughout history, mystics, saints and prophets have spoken of this experience. They removed themselves from society, sought ways to cleanse themselves of human troubles and devoted their lives to achieving their spiritual ascent. Their aim was to achieve ‘self realisation’ – a state of being where the human spirit becomes one with the Divine, where fear and anger are replaced with joy, contentment, inner balance and peace. Through Sahaja Yoga, this experience of ‘mental silence’ is now possible for every human being, effortlessly. Meditation helps you evolve. Meditation raises resistance to stress. More meditation, less conflict.
Meditation also brings balance.
Balance brings well-being. Balance means being able to cope with our daily activities with greater harmony and efficiency. So meditation is not something we do, rather a state we are in. When we are in meditation, our thoughts and excessive mental activity calm down and we can enjoy greater peace in the mind; this inner silence, that is called thoughtless awareness is the starting point for a deeper comprehension of our true Self. But how is it possible to reach this peace of mind in today’s fast-moving world? How is it possible to find balance if life is continuously pushing us towards extremes in behaviour and bombarding us with ever new stimulation? As it is we are continuously challenged by the difficulties of life, our attention is pulled in all directions, attracted by a multitude of entertainments: either appealing pleasures or distressing troubles.
How is it possible to meditate whilst living in today’s modern world?
This is absolutely possible thanks to the Sahaja Yoga method. This method is very simple to learn and to practise; after a few sessions you will have acquired all the basics. You will begin to learn everything about your own inner energetic system, how to balance it and how to make it more resilient in coping with all that daily life throws at us. Hundreds of people throughout London do so each and every day. Everyone can practise this method; there are no limits in terms of age, sex, cultural or religious preference, etc. This is because Sahaja Yoga activates the inner energetic system that is present in every human being. Sahaja Yoga Meditation was founded by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi in the year 1970 and since then it has been taken up in many countries all over the world by people keen to experience all that life has to offer. (visit the link Sahaja Yoga Worldwide) Join a meeting this week in London at