free daily online meditations

Why Meditation?

Fears and stress alarms our autonomic nervous-system into a “fight or flight” reaction which is soothed down by the parasympathetic nervous-system when the “danger” has passed.

Continuous fears and stress keep us in the “fight or flight” state and puts an enormous stress on our immune system. Therefore meditation is such a great tool to help us calm down and give our body systems some rest.

Why is Sahaja Yoga Meditation different?

Usual forms of meditation try to soothe the sympathetic nervous-system by using breathing exercises, slow movements or concentration exercises.

Sahaja Yoga Meditation directly activates the parasympathetic nervous-system which calms down the sympathetic “fight and flight” reactions. We automatically calm down without having to put any effort into it.

“Good” neurotransmitters like serotonin, endorphins and acetylcholine are poured out which also strengthens and supports our immune system. Our anxieties dissolve and we feel calm, joyful and positive.

Join Our Daily Free Online Meditations

Zoom Link:

Meeting ID: 602 107 127

One tap mobile: +16468769923, 602107127# US (New York)

Day / Time: Monday to Friday at 7 PM EST; Saturday 11 AM EST (until further notice)

How to connect via Zoom:

  1. Open the Zoom desktop client.
  2. Join a meeting using one of these methods:
    • ClickJoin a Meeting if you want to join without signing in.
    • Sign in to Zoom then click 
  3. Enter the meeting IDnumber and your display name.
    • If you’re signed in, change your name if you don’t want your default nameto appear.
    • If you’re not signed in, enter a display name.
  4. Select if you would like to connect audio and/or video and click Join.

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