Invitation to Burwood Ashram for Collective Meditation
Sunday 21st October 2018, 11am to 2pm
Enjoy meditation with the Sahaja Yoga collective for deeper spiritual growth.
Sahaja Yoga Australia’s National Center
10 Clarence Street Burwood
(7 minutes from Burwood Station)
Free • Everyone welcome, including newcomers • No booking required
Experience the benefits of meditating with a large group of Sahaja Yogis. Through individual and collective meditation, we can develop our joy and give it to others. As well as guided meditations, there will be opportunities to learn more about Sahaja Yoga, the chakras and how to deepen your meditative experience. There will also be a talk by Shri Mataji and live music.After the meeting, stay for lunch and meet regular meditators.
Collective Meditations for 2018
11am to 2pm
Sunday 21st October, 2018
Sunday 9th December, 2018
Hosted by Sahaja Yoga Meditation Australia Phone: 0425 324 265 (Call us closer to the date to confirm dates.)
Importance of collective meditation
Quotes from HH Shri Mataji about collectivity and meditation.
“So on one side you have to achieve your Self Realisation in a way that you put yourself beyond the mind, one way, through meditation. And the second way is to give Realisations to others. And must attend collective meditation, very important. You have to be active in it.”
“And then in Sahaj Yoga, as you know, that collective growth is the only way we understand Sahaj Yoga. Somebody knows something, somebody knows something else, somebody knows something else. When we are collective, then we really understand every aspect of Sahaj Yoga.”
“But going for the collective meditation, you’ll be amazed that Divinity is flowing there. Vibrations are flowing there. I am there. It’s not that you are just going there just as a ritual.”
Meditators at our Sunday workshop enjoying a footsoak to clear the chakras and subtle system.
About Burwood Ashram
Shri Mataji has stayed at Burwood many times over the years and the centre carries Her vibrations. Sahaja Yogis meet regularly there to meditate together which nourishes our Self Realisation and spiritual growth.
What is Self Realisation?
Self Realisation is the awakening of our own nurturing and mothering Kundalini energy which is the key to thoughtless awareness during meditation, also known as mental silence. The flow of a gentle cool breeze on the top of the head and on our hands indicates that the Kundalini has been awakened in us. Regular collective and individual meditations further establish our Self Realisation to improve emotional, physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing.
Getting to our Burwood Centre
- By train and bus: Burwood Station is located 7 minute walk from our Centre.
- By car: Off-street parking available in Clarence St and surrounding streets.
- Google map
- Enquiries: Call 0425 324 265
Free resources available to further develop your knowledge of meditation and to deepen your meditation experience, includes: printed guides; meditative music; video and audio meditations; podcasts; balancing techniques; talks by Shri Mataji.