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Life-Changing Meditation. Yes, you've heard it before. But have you experienced it before? Deeply in your own being so that you have absolutely no doubt? You're invited. It's free, it's easy to get started and it connects you to a power that already exists within you. You were born with it; it just needs a little nudge to flow through you. Lives change. It's not sensationalism. It's true.
There are no agendas, but there are weekly classes, in Victoria, in Australia and around the world, which are run as a community service and are free. There is also a pure desire to help as many people as possible find their joy.
Sahaja Yoga Meditation, which involves no physical postures like in the mainstream meaning of 'yoga', gives you access to a few simple tools to access your own inner spiritual energy, your 'yoga', which essentially means your oneness with self and the bigger spiritual picture, your God, the universe or whatever term works for you. Terminology aside, it's all the one same thing regardless.
You know the natural high I mean. The one where you feel like you're flying and that life is grand. We've all known it in varying degrees and, thankfully, it keeps on calling. 'Sahaja' means 'born with'. When we're quite, still and turned inwards, listening, we can hear it, feel it, and it really does guide us into being our best, beautiful selves.
So, right now, all sorts of things are coming up: questions, reactions, thoughts, ruminations, defenses, maybe fears and certainly the "I'm too busys". Maybe even raised eyebrows and a few blank stares.
No worries, we're entitled to the things that get in the way of us being our beautiful spirit self if we really want to hang onto them like a noose around our neck.
As for the "I'm too busys", the bigger the case of it we've got, the more we need a pure meditation to bring us back home - and the greater the benefit. We can only run for so long.
Anyway, in case you haven't gathered, I'm excited and could go on about it all day, but I won't. Except to say that thousands of people across 80 countries practice Sahaja Yoga Meditation.
And that it's simple. With just a short 10 minute practice morning and night ideally, you can feel much more relaxed and live a more balanced, happier and healthier life.
Yes, I know you've heard it all before so do not, under any circumstances, take my word for it. I can't write your experience. Be open. Try it.
Your best introduction is via a class (maybe call the contact number first to say hi), but you can also get stared online free. There's an easy10-week course.