Aim of Sahaja Yoga Meditation
Our aim is to provide individuals and communities around the world with free access to the unique non-commercial Sahaja Yoga Meditation method which has an integrated yet simple approach for the practitioner to attain physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being and which crosses religious, racial, cultural, age, socio economic status and location barriers by using face-to-face classes or online services.
We offer free classes for everyone in over 100 countries. Classes are suitable for complete beginners and regular meditators. No physical exercises, postures or special clothing required. List of worldwide classes.
Background to our meditation
Sahaja Yoga meditation was developed by Nobel Peace Prize nominee Her Holiness Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi in 1970. It is a proven and unique approach to attaining mental, physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. SY addresses a large numbers of social problems by alleviating personal imbalances which are their root cause.
Shri Mataji dedicated Her life to helping humanity realise its innate spiritual nature through an experience known as Self-Realisation. In recognition of Her lifetime’s tremendous work of transforming humanity through collective en-masse Self-Realisation, Shri Mataji has been publicly acclaimed and awarded honours by the Governments and leaders of many nations. Her core teaching is that within us all, lies a transformative potential which can be awakened using Her Self-Realisation method. By doing so, we can bring peace and well-being to ourselves, our families, our social institutions, our nations and our world.
How to Contact Us
- If you have any questions about our website, then please contact us [email protected]
- To locate a meditation class in your country then visit our list of worldwide classes.
Links to our other related websites
- More video, audio and silent meditations
- About Shri Mataji, founder
- Our newsletter about SY meditation
- Selection of meditation videos
- Talks from Shri Mataji
- Why I attend meditation classes
- More videos and articles
- Finding Balance with Sahaja Yoga Meditation
- Online meditations
- Medical research into meditation
- Meditation music