Free Sahaja Yoga Meditation programs in Coquitlam, Port Moody and Port Coquitlam
To meditate in a group setting is extremely important and beneficial for anyone trying to learn Sahaja Yoga. Those who have been practising regularly for a number of years have their Kundalini energy flowing more strongly and help vibrationally lift up others. We also balance out each other’s strengths and weaknesses in the chakras and channels, resulting in a stronger experience which is much harder to achieve and maintain by the beginner meditating alone at home.
Our classes are taught by experienced instructors who are established in their practice of Sahaja Yoga. Classes are approximately 1.5 hours long and typically include explanation of Sahaja Yoga knowledge and techniques, guided meditations and video clips of Shri Mataji, the founder of Sahaja Yoga.
In Sahaja Yoga meditation classes, there are no stretching and/or physical exercise. Mats are not necessary and participants should dress for comfort. There is no previous experience or knowledge of meditation required, only an open mind.
We are a not-for-profit group of volunteers and have been teaching meditation to the public free-of-charge since 1981. Currently there are over 35 ongoing weekly Sahaja Yoga classes throughout Canada.
“So one should understand that you are not to pay for this. You are not to pay for what I say to you, or for my lectures, or anything, or for your Realization, not at all, not a single pie (Indian coin) for that. You cannot pay for it. It is so invaluable. That’s the only thing that’s so invaluable, that one thing you cannot bring it to the level of this gross existence that we have. It is absolutely overflowing. It’s absolutely freely coming to you. So you cannot pay for it. It’s Love, and Love you cannot purchase.”
“So first you become thoughtlessly aware, then the growth of spirituality starts after thoughtless awareness, not before. One should know that. On rational plane you cannot grow in Sahaja Yoga. So first thing is to establish your thoughtless awarenes.”
— Shri Mataji, founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation