About the classes:

  • About the classes
  • Meditation is the essence of religion

    All of the major religions have taught something valuable to humanity. The experience of Sahaja Yoga improves our understanding and respect for all the religions and their founders as they are part of the one tree of life.

    Meditation and the inner peace that it gives us is actually the essence of all these religions.

  • Journey towards self-mastery

    Sahaja Yoga emphasizes the importance of each of us becoming our own master and teacher. Sahaja Yoga

    meditation gives us the capacity to gauge our own progress and adjust our practices accordingly so that we can guide our own development. For this reason there is no official form of membership or subscription. Just as there is no formal organization, there is also no hierarchy of authority or power structure. There are local coordinators who administer the day to day mundane activities of Sahaja Yoga in each country.

  • Aims – enhancing personal growth and harmony in society

    The aim of Sahaja Yoga is to give as many people as possible the opportunity to try the technique regardless of their cast, religion, social position or economic status. It is then up to the individual to decide if it suits them and whether or not they would like to practice it regularly to experience its benefits.

    Sahaja Yoga is an authentic means of personal and spiritual growth. Aim of this meditation technique is to help us become normal, balanced, productive and responsible members of society.  As each individual becomes more balanced, peaceful and compassionate, society as a whole will also benefit and improve.

  • I have tried some meditation before, what can I gain more?

    Practicing Sahaja Yoga meditation one becomes his own teacher, where he starts decoding his subtle system on his finger tips. So far this method has not be achieved by any other meditation technique around the world. This method not only allows practitioner to gauge his own progress but help go deep down further.

  • Benefits of Meditation

    People who meditate regularly often find that they become healthier and calmer, with an improved outlook on life. Regular meditation and the mental peace that it gives us can improve our understanding of our 3 psychological, physical and spiritual being. It also helps us understand others so that we become more compassionate and positive towards the people around us.

    Scientific research done (with illnesses such as asthma, epilepsy and high blood pressure) both overseas and in Australia has proven that Sahaja Yoga is effective in improving physical and psychological well-being. (Read more about the benefits of Sahaja Yoga Click Here ).

  • A scientific experiment

    Sahaja yoga does not require us to believe anything that cannot be proven with our own experience. There is no blind faith or dogma. The best approach is to treat it like a scientific experiment- make an honest attempt at meditation for, say, one or two weeks and see for yourself whether or not it gives you any benefit.

  • Learning Sahaja Yoga is absolutely free

    There is no charge for learning Sahaja Yoga. It is a non-profit organization and costs nothing for the individual to learn. Sahaja Yoga is, in fact, taught in over 100 countries around the world - always free of charge. It has been taught this way for more than forty years.

  • Who are the class instructors?

    Instructors themselves are regular practitioners of Sahaja Yoga meditation practicing it over the years with their own individual professional background. But as a part of social collective responsibility they share up their experience and time free of cost.

  • Is there any dress code, or do I have to bring anything?

    A decent and comfortable, in which one can sit comfortably during the class on chair. There is no need to

    change for special clothings or bring anything extra, (because there is no need for major or demanding physical movement). Of course, if you wish you can definitely bring your friends along.

  • How does this course look like?

    Generally elementary classes are conducted in a way that anyone can jump in any class any week. The classes are a mixture of theory and practice. But it is important for practitioners to practice the Sahaja Yoga Meditation at home regularly for better understanding and progress with class.  For seeing locations of class in Hong Kong Click Here.

  • What is Yoga?

    Yoga literally means union or connection. The traditional purpose of all yoga techniques is to give us a connection with the inner peace and silence that exists deep within each of us. This is why meditation is actually the essence of all yoga teachings. Only recently have people begun marketing yoga as physical exercise alone. Sahaja means effortless or spontaneous. Sahaja Yoga meditation gives us the ability to use the power already within us to effortlessly and spontaneously achieve a peaceful state of balance, well-being and self knowledge.

    The Sahaja Yoga meditation technique encourages us to develop a new awareness of ourselves so that we can grow and evolve toward becoming truly balanced, peaceful and compassionate for the benefit of ourselves and others.

  • What is Sahaja Yoga Meditation?

     Sahaja Yoga Meditation is a non-intrusive, self-regulated approach to addressing a great need within society. It is a simple way of learning and experiencing the state of meditation. No breathing in style nor tricky postures. Practicing ten to fifteen minutes daily, practitioners can feel the holistic improvement- physically, mentally and emotionally. Proved in many researches worldwide from India to Australia. (Read more about Science and Sahaja Yoga Click Here ).

    There is growing understanding within society of the positive role Sahaja Yoga Meditation can play in the reduction of stress, leading to an enhancement of the individual’s physical and psychological well being, and an improvement in the sense of balance, equanimity and self control.