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Sahaja Yoga Meditation in Canberra invites you to a FREE meditation event to experience true Yoga and celebrate World Realisation Day

Everyone is welcome and no bookings required

What is Self Realisation and how to establish it through meditation.

Millions around the world are enjoying our free Sahaja Yoga Meditation since it was started by HH Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi on 5th May,1970. Her meditation enables en-masse Self-Realisation. Self-Realisation is the key to thoughtless awareness, also known as mental silence, and is the basis of good health and wellbeing. Sahaja Yoga meditation provides this experience. These special events in Canberra on 5th and 6th May 2018 include meditation sessions and meditative music and is suitable for complete beginners and regular meditators. No booking is required.

"When you get your Self-Realisation, you become the Spirit. And your attention is enlightened by that spirit. You become a witness of the whole world like a drama. This enlightened attention is a very powerful means of spreading divine vibrations" Shri Mataji

More about Self Realisation

When awakened, the Kundalini energy rises through the subtle system and opens the Sahasrara Chakra in the limbic area. A person's sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems become relaxed and balanced, producing a natural state of meditation marked by thoughtless awareness, alertness and a profound sense of peace within, which leads to the harmonious integration of the individual's emotional, physical and mental aspects. Traditionally, achieving self realisation involved certain exercises associated with modern day physical yoga used to attain this meditation state. Today, this meditation is easily achieved through a process called Self-Realisation (kundalini awakening) which frees us of stress and enables us to enjoy the present moment. The initial modern day breakthrough being achieved by Shri Mataji on 5 May 2018.

Event locations

Events for 5th and 6th of May 2018 in Canberra include guided Self-Realisation and meditation sessions to help you attain inner peace. See below.

No physical exercises, postures or special clothing are required. Chairs are provided. Free follow-up classes are also available.

ACT - CANBERRA - Glebe Park

Saturday 5th May, 2018

11am to 1pm

Glebe Park

corner of Binara and Bunda Streets, Canberra Civic.

(Google map)

Enquiries: Lyn 0410 177 822

Free ongoing classes in Canberra

ACT - CANBERRA - Near Lake Burley Griffin

Saturday 5th May, 2018

12pm to 1.30pm

Near Lake Burley Griffin

On the south side of the Lake. Located lakeside at the bend of Parkes Place/Queen Elizabeth Drive, Lake Burley Griffin, near the National Library.

(Google map)

Enquiries: Lyn 0410 177 822

Free ongoing classes in Canberra


ACT - CANBERRA - Scullin

Sunday 6th May 2018

11am to 12:30pm

Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre

77 Chewings Street, Scullin

(Google map)

Enquiries: Lyn 0410 177 822

Free ongoing classes in Canberra

Light refreshments will be provided at the conclusion of the event.


Free ongoing meditation classes in ACT and Batemans Bay.

Our ongoing classes may include public program talks by Shri Mataji and/or excerpts of "Freedom and Liberation", a film biography of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation. Inspired by her political parents and Mahatma Gandhi, Shri Mataji took part in the youth movement working for resistance against the British Empire to obtain freedom for India.

Throughout her entire life, Shri Mataji always kept to her vision, one which goes beyond the political freedom of her motherland India, to a vision of inner freedom and transformation of each individual. This vision would take her to the five continents so that she could talk with people about her new method of meditation.

Free weekly follow-up classes are available throughout Canberra at the Tuggeranong Community and Function Centre, Woden Library, Civic Library, Dickson Library, Belconnen Library and Gungahlin Library and of course our Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre. Details (including programs at Batemans Bay) are provided below.

Alternatively ring 1300 724 252 for more information or visit for venue details in Canberra and around Australia.



Tuesdays 6.00pm to 7.00pm,

The Civic Library, (Mezzanine Level)

Civic Square, London Circuit, Canberra Civic.

Enquiries: Kamlesh 0421 502 167


Wednesdays 1:00pm - 2:00pm

2018: March, April, May, June

Dickson Library, Dickson Shopping Centre,

off Antill St., Canberra

Enquiries: Phillip 02 6257 2057

GREENWAY (Tuggeranong District)

6:30pm to 7:30pm Thursdays,

2018: March to the end of November

Tuggeranong Community and Function Centre

Boulevard Room

245 Cowlishaw St, Greenway

Enquiries: Phillip 02 6257 2057


Every Wednesday 6.30pm to 7.30pm

During April and May, 2018

Gungahlin Library, Training Room 1 or 2,

Corner of Hibberson and Gozzard Streets, Gungahlin ACT 2912

Enquiries: Nitin 0422 503 420


Wednesdays 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Sahaja Yoga Meditation Centre,

77 Chewings Street, Scullin Canberra

Enquiries: Lyn 0410 177 822


12.30pm to 1.30pm.

Mondays 7, 14 & 21, May 2018


Mondays 4, 18 & 25, June 2018

Woden Library, Community Room/Balcony Room

Cnr Corinna St & Furzer St, Phillip, Canberra

Enquiries: John 0403 783 454


Monday 12.30pm to 1.30pm

12th Feb to 5th March,

7th-28th May,

6th-27th Aug,

22th Oct - 12th Nov 2018

Batemans Bay Community Centre, Museum Place, Batemans Bay,

South Coast NSW

Enquiries: Jennie 0459 981 008 text only (no voicemail)

For further details please call us on any of these numbers:

Caleb (02) 6254 4986, or Lyn 0410 177 822 or email us

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