Sahaja Yoga means “spontaneous union from within”. It is an enhanced and enjoyable meditative state of awareness where thoughts are slowed down and stopped. At this level, our sense of “self” broadens and we start to understand the bigger picture of our existence. There is no trance, hypnotism or creative visualization involved.
To achieve this state one only needs the desire to experience it and a vibrational spark from another to awaken an inner energy called Kundalini. As the energy rises, it enlivens the subtle chakra system that controls many aspects of our lives.
In the short term we gain peace and joy from a pleasant meditation. But with longer-term practice, we open ourselves to transformation as negative and destructive energies and influences in our lives are gradually self-exposed and thus easily discarded. Our system becomes cleansed and we evolve into a better state of balance physically, mentally and emotionally.
Sahaja Yoga International
A registered non-profit group under the name of Vishwa Nirmala Dharma, Sahaja Yoga Meditation is active in cities throughout the US and in more then 100 countries worldwide. It was founded in 1970 by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi (1923 – 2011), who was the wife of retired 4-time UN Maritime Secretary General, Sir CP Srivastava. There is not, nor has there ever been a charge for the practice of Sahaja Yoga Meditation. Money cannot buy what has already been created inside. More information maybe found at http://sahajameditation.com/
You can log on anytime to enjoy a free Sahaja Meditation online course at the website, http://www.onlinemeditation.org/
You can join online guided sessions EVERY DAY (Monday – Friday) at 8 PM EST at the following link,
Here, you will also find the pre-recorded session which will let you meditate any time in case you are unable to attend the live session.
Sahaja Meditation is a unique discovery. Its spontaneous awakening of the internal energy is a precious personal experience. As you meditate, you will notice the positive changes in you and around you. Sahaja practice draws on the great strength of group meditation, which has a more pronounced effect on the practitioner, and we invite you to attend more classes to enjoy growing deeper in your journey of self-discovery.