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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.

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Online Meditation with music, 19th March

“Be quiet in your mind, quiet in your senses, and also quiet in your body. Then, when all these are quiet, don’t do anything. In that state truth will reveal itself to you.”

Poet and saint Kabir, 15th century, India

Come and meditate with us today with beautiful live music!

In the practice of Sahaja Yoga meditation when we go into the state of meditation, a state of inner silence, our Kundalini becomes a powerful instrument to connect us to the All-pervading Divine powers around us. In this state we are being nourished and cleansed by the Divine vibrations. One of the “side effects” is a stronger and more powerful immune system.
So don’t miss this special event!

On March 19th, 06:30 PM EST
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Coronavirus, Wuhan, the river Yangtze and the Tao

Being worried and wondering what else you can do to stay as safe as possible? Sahaja Yoga Meditation is an excellent way to strengthen your inner hero, your immune system! Stay tuned because we will soon send out a link for daily online meditations for beginners with lots of awesome meditations and techniques to strengthen and clear your inner being.

In the meanwhile I would like to share with you a beautiful article I found today about the meaning of the river Yangtze which actually passes through Wuhan and how it is connected to the Kundalini.

In the practice of Sahaja Yoga, when we go into the state of meditation where we focus on top of our head, being above all thought processes, where we enter into the state of silence, our Kundalini becomes a powerful instrument to connect us to the Divine vibrations which fill and nourish our whole inner system, physically, emotionally and mentally. This means also that our immune system is charged with these powerful energies and can easily withstand any attacks from pathogenic micro-organisms.

Take care, Stay safe, Meditate!
With love, Angi

Special Event: Live Music and Meditation in Connecticut

When: SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24TH, 11:00 a.m.
Where: Open Sky Yoga Barn, 95 Cross Highway, Redding CT.

Experience a morning full of magic with Kalyan Gopalakrishnan on Carnatic violin and Goutham Rayavarapu on tabla. Delve into the gentle melodies of Indian Classical Music. Enjoy a guided meditation to the soothing tunes which will connect you to your own inner energy and to the source of peace, joy and gratitude within.

Come and meet us! We are looking forward to having a great time together!

Sahaja Yoga Meditation is a gift to humanity. Therefore it is always free.

Find a free ongoing weekly meditation program near you in Connecticut, New York or New Jersey or simply look up “Sahaja Yoga Meditation” in your city!

United Airlines India boss has been practicing Sahaja yoga for 14 yrs, helps him de-stress

Harvinder Singh also conducts workshops for educational institutions, corporate houses, NGOs.

By Masoom Gupte

Harvinder Singh, country manager of United Airlines, India shared how he likes to de-stress with ET Panache. “My biggest stress buster is Sahaja Yoga meditation that I have been practicing for almost 14 years. I also conduct workshops for educational institutions, corporate houses, NGOs etc. as my personal contribution to society,” he said.

For those unfamiliar with the concept, Sahaja Yoga is ‘a method of meditation based on an experience called self realization (Kundalini awakening) that can occur within each human being. Through this process an inner transformation takes place by which one becomes moral, united, integrated and balanced.’

Stress management is an area that is specifically targeted by this school of meditation. “The only way to fight stress (imbalance) is to be in complete balance. To ascend in balance is what Sahaja Yoga is all about. But who would provide us the balance or the ascent? Will it come from outside? ‘Know thyself’ is the main theme of all the scriptures. The power to change has to come from within our own selves – One has to realize and understand oneself from within instead of tackling it from outside or forcing it mentally,”

The Source of Joy

The Spirit resides in our heart. That is the one we have to know.

“This spirit in our heart is the one which is the witness of our being. It is the witness that sees what’s happening. In Gita is it called as ‘Kshetragya’, the one who knows the field, which knows the field. This knower of the field resides in our heart and watches us. He knows each and everything about us and He guides us. But we are not in contact with Him. We do not know Him. That means He is not acting through our central nervous system. For example, we know our eyes, we know our nose, we know our ears because we can feel them. We can see the use of all these organs. But we cannot feel that which is in our heart, you see. That is our absolute. That is the one we have to know. That is the source of joy.”

“When you all are seeking, actually you are seeking that Spirit.”

“We may say that we are very happy to have this, we are unhappy to do this. But this joy that we have has no double thing. It’s just sheer joy. It is not happiness and unhappiness. This Spirit exists in our heart. When you all are seeking, actually you are seeking that Spirit.

Through that Spirit you know the whole, the primordial being, the macrocosm of which you are just a part. Like the whole body has cells, you are cells in that body. You have to know because you are created for that. “

∼ Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Jul 9, 1980

Find a free ongoing weekly meditation program near you in Connecticut, New York or New Jersey or simply look up “Sahaja Yoga Meditation” in your city!


“There should be a Vision of the Skies within you. The Purity of Water should reflect from within you. The Brilliance of the Sun should show from your face, the Coolness of the Moon should flow from within you. Flowing everywhere, you should be like the Wind.”
from the magazine Infinite Blessings, Issue 24

Find a free ongoing weekly meditation program near you in Connecticut, New York or New Jersey or simply look up “Sahaja Yoga Meditation” in your city!

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