Ideal Home Show – free meditation
Ideal Home Show –
Britain is a country full of dungeons and dragons, castles and sheds, houses and homes, bungalow builders, caravans and campers. It’s a country that proclaims, ‘home is where the heart is!’ Yet what makes each home unique are the ones who switch the lights on each day, namely, us!
Free Meditation –
Whenever Sahaja Yoga attends the Ideal Home Show, you can find a way to ‘switch the lights on internally, within yourself’ and achieve yoga, self realisation, enlightenment!
Time out –
What better way to step out of all the hustle and bustle and experience the timeless silence that dwells deep within – just pop along and join us for a well deserved ‘time-out’ and rejuvenate your inner self.
Of course, if you are into DIY in the home then you won’t be disappointed. Sahaja Yoga meditation is also a ‘Do it Yourself’ experience, one that encourages you to do a bit every day and feel the better for it.
Each week hundreds of 21st century ‘Britons’ par-take of the opportunity to achieve yoga effortlessly and spontaneously at one of the many free meetings across the UK. Ideally, you can try it out for 5-10 minutes or more – join us on stand W223, find a seat, sit down and enjoy. Sahaja Yoga is a charity organisation, all events are run by unpaid volunteers.
With Sahaja Yoga Meditation we generally sit on chairs to achieve Yoga, effortlessly & spontaneously. As such no Asanas (exercises) are required, no mat or special clothing. It is an ideal form of Yoga especially for those living in 21st century ideal homes.
Maintain Balance –
So to maintain balance, serenity, joy and bliss and avoid stress, anger and upset, ideally you’ll find a way to prioritise your daily time clock and make some moments to have a daily appointment with your – inner self!
100% Organic –
Sahaja Yoga Meditation is 100% organic, natural, pure and free. It cannot be paid for!
Manchester’s Interesting History –
Reading on Wikipedia, following the boom in textiles, Manchester became the world’s first industrialised city, the Manchester Ship canal was, in it’s day the longest river navigation canal in the world.
World’s first Railway station –
Manchester was the site of the world’s first railway station and is where scientists first split the atom, and developed the first stored-program computer. Manchester is also regarded as the birthplace of Women’s suffrage in the United Kingdom, and of both capitalism and communism. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels began to write the Communist Manifesto at Chetham Library, the oldest public library in the English-speaking world. Today Manchester is ranked as a beta world city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network. Its metropolitan economy is the third largest in the United Kingdom with a GDP of $88.3bn (2012). Manchester is the third-most visited city in the UK by foreign visitors, after London and Edinburgh. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manchester