Expand the inner silence through music
Live music and Sahaja Yoga meditation at the NYC center
Saturday, July 9, 2022 at 6 PM
4 W 43rd Street, room 303 in Midtown, New York City
Indian Classical music performed live by
Kalyan Gopalakrishnan and Goutham Rayavarapu
Music to expand the state of inner silence and contentment, so please attend and enjoy!
What is Sahaja Yoga?
“At the very outset we have to understand that truth is what it is, we cannot conceptualize it, we cannot organize it, and we cannot use it for our own purpose. Moreover, with blinkers on both sides like a horse, with all our conditionings, we cannot find the truth. We have to be free people, we have to be open-minded people, like scientists, to see for ourselves what is the truth. If somebody preaches something, professes something, says something, it is not to be accepted blindfolded.”
– Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Try It Now
"If you have to ascend, you have to have the pure desire. ... Then you want to evolve and to feel this union with the all-pervading power."
Practicing Sahaja Yoga Meditation is a life-changing experience. After quite a short time you will learn to:
Sahaja Yoga Meditation is found in
Free weekly classes in the Tri-State Area
“…. This Kundalini, when she passes through these six centers, she enlightens those centers, nourishes those centers and integrated them so in totality your are all right. It’s not like, that one part of the body is treated, another part is neglected in totality., in the whole balance, and she puts you in the central path of balance. “
– Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, 1992
Dr. Ramesh Manocha, an Australian General Practitioner and Research Fellow at the Natural Therapies Unit of the Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney, has reported convincing results on the effects of Sahaja Yoga meditation in the treatment and prevention of disorders including hypertension, menopause-related disorders, stress-related symptoms, ADHD, and asthma. The mental silence established during Sahaja Yoga Meditation is, according to Dr. Manocha, “associated with a unique pattern of physiological activity.”
A recent study by Dr Katya Rubia, a neuroscientist at Kings College, London, showed that long-term practice of Sahaja Yoga Meditation is associated with larger grey matter volume overall, and with regional enlargement in several right hemispheric cortical and subcortical brain regions that are associated with sustained attention, self-control, compassion and interoceptive perception. The increased grey matter volume in these attention and self-control mediating regions suggests use-dependent enlargement with regular practice of this meditation. Read more >>