Your inner energy is the power of pure desire, a soothing energy that lies dormant at the base of the spine. When awakened, it rises through the central channel, piercing the six energy centers above it and emerges through the fontanel bone area, often feeling like a gentle cool breeze. Experiencing the cool breeze is what it means to "feel the energy within". Tapping into and raising your inner energy can significantly help improve your life in on multiple levels, reducing stress and increasing physical, mental and emotional health and balance. Even if you cannot feel the cool breeze immediately, you will still feel calmer, more relaxed and less stressed. Try it and see for yourself.
Once the inner energy has been awakened, you'll find that Sahaja Meditation makes it easy to be "in the state of meditation", rather than "doing meditation" as is the case with other meditation systems. Think of it as purified attention, a state of optimal energy flow in which the mind is calmed and gradually emptied of all distractions and negative thoughts and feelings. Sahaja Meditation techniques allow you to extend that fraction‐of‐a‐second gap between one thought and the next, to a continuum we call "thoughtless awareness" - a much needed break from the thoughts that constantly bombard us all day long.
The sessions are always free of charge. We hope to see you there!
Beginner programs are offered every week. You can start at any time. Programs take place at four locations:Tuesdays from 7-8PM Wednesdays from 7-8PM Saturdays from 11AM-12PM +1 (972) 235 2606 Tuesdays from 7-8PM +1 (646) 468 7180 Classes temporarily suspended, call before coming Saturdays from 12-1PM +1 (972) 885 7876 Wednesdays from 6-7PM +1 (469) 351 4714
"This was a very pleasant surprise. I really felt the cool energy. This was very rewarding on a first session and I will continue it. Thanks much!"
— H. L., Network Specialist
"Enjoyed the session. At the end of the meditation my mind was free, light and relaxed. I felt coolness in my hand and above my head.
— V. R., Project Manager