New Teens Meditation Programs for AGE 15-24

It is a great pleasure to announce that free weekly meditation classes for teens will be coming to a computer near you!

Enjoy 30 minutes of your Sunday with a relaxing meditation.

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HOW SAHAJA YOGA MEDITATION SAVED CHILD OF UNITED AIRLINES COUNTRY DIRECTOR Diagnosed with LEUKEMIA

Harvinder Singh, Country Director of United Airlines, talks about how he started Sahaja Yoga Meditation when his two years old son was diagnosed with Leukemia and conventional treatments could not be used. He also talks about the life-work balance in a stressful environment and how meditating has become an integral part in his life to achieve it. Listen to his story:


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Have You Ever Wished You could Identify Your Own Physical, Emotional or Mental Problems and Being Able to Help Yourself? Then You Want to Watch This…

So… wait … you can learn how to know the roots of your problems, how to solve them, how to do the same for others, how to achieve a higher awareness, how to know much more about yourself than you ever did before… and that all for FREE ???!!!!!

If that is what you have always wanted then listen to these are excerpts of interviews by BBC and other TV stations with Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja Yoga where even the most skeptical journalists experience the vibrations which one starts feeling after the Awakening of the Kundalini.

But this is only the beginning of what Sahaja Yoga Meditation can do for you… come and meditate with us and transform your life in a way that leads to the real joyful You!

(13/08/1984)


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News Article: Want To Improve Your Focus & Self-Control? Try Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Source: News Article by Sarah Regan / mbg
May 3, 2021 — 23:05 PM

Wouldn’t it be nice to reduce mental chatter or the so-called monkey mind that runs all day with incessant thoughts? According to research published in the journal Frontiers this March, there’s a specific type of meditation that seems to help do just that—while strengthening focus and control. Here’s the scoop:

A closer look at Sahaja Yoga meditation:

By this point, it’s well known that meditation can improve many people’s quality of life and can even result in structural brain changes. For this study, a team of researchers from universities in the United States, Spain, and England investigated the structural and functional benefits of Sahaja Yoga meditation in particular.

This kind of meditation is all about helping people achieve a state of mental stillness, or “no thought.” It’s closely related to the ideas of Kundalini energy, self-realization, and the chakras. In Sahaja Yoga meditation, part of the practice involves repeating affirming statements and placing your hand on different energy centers in the body.

The researchers studied 23 Sahaja Yoga meditation experts, looking at everything from the functional connectivity in their brains to tests related to their self-control and impulsiveness. Their results were compared against 23 participants with no meditation experience.

What they found.

Based on the findings, the study suggests long-term practice of Sahaja Yoga meditation may actually result in positive changes to brain structure and behavior.

As the study authors note, “long-term meditation practice increases direct functional connectivity between ventral and dorsal frontal regions within brain networks related to attention and cognitive control and decreases function connectivity between regions of these networks and areas of the default mode network.” The “default mode network,” is basically the monkey mind, or the fuel behind mental chatter that is all too often negative.

In simple terms, this study found that this meditation can strengthen the connection between areas of the brain related to attention and control and makes the areas of the brain related to mental wandering weaker. Practitioners also had better scores when it came to impulsiveness and self-control. A win-win for the practitioners and their brains!

Of course, this is just one study, but it bodes well for this method of meditation.

The takeaway.

We could all use a break from incessant thoughts, and while quieting the mind may seem like an impossible feat, meditation—specifically Sahaja Yoga meditation—could be just the thing to help you do so. While there are plenty of different meditation styles out there, if focus and self-control are what you’re after, this might be a good one to try.


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Free Meditation for Educators

Celebrating National Teacher’s Day

Book some time with yourself!

About this Event:

In this session, you will learn the importance of self care and how to manage your stress through a simple meditative technique. The session will be 30 minutes followed by 15 minutes of Q&A.

Beginners welcome. No experience necessary.

Date And Time

Tue, May 4, 2021

8:30 PM – 9:15 PM EDT

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