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A team of 11 volunteers from sahaja yoga meditation had the joy and honor of participating to Unionville High-school’s  Wellness Day on May 15, 2015.
Truly, Sahaja Yoga Meditation had been a reliable partner in building healthy communities all across Ontario, Canad.
Our Thanks go to the amazing Wellness Committee from Unionville high-school, to the amazing students and to all teachers and of course to the principal – it was a splendid event and we are sure that all participants had both learned about and experienced essentials of health and wellness applicable to our day to to day life. Natural Way Meditation, also known as TAO or Taoist meditation, emphasizes a return to simplicity, self-regulation and avoidance of extremes.
Meditation has been shown to be very effective in reducing stress, lowering hypertension, high blood pressure and slowing down the aging process. For thousands of years the meditation skills of the ancient Taoist (men and women who lived close to Nature and functioned as part mystic and part scientist) were used to explore the inner landscapes of the human mind. For all the above reasons, Taoist meditation techniques have focused on simplicity, naturalness, evenness, patience and emotional balance first and foremost. In Auckland, New Zealand, members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre have been offering free meditation workshops for a variety of local businesses.
An interesting and very encouraging development in the Sri Chinmoy Centre in Auckland, New Zealand, has been our growing involvement in offering free meditation workshops to large businesses and institutions – hospitals, banks, television studios, insurance companies, manufacturing warehouses, even beauty salons! In one Auckland medical centre I was asked by the director how they could maintain this new skill and incorporate meditation into the very stressful lives of their employees. At an international beauty clinic where we gave a one hour lunchtime workshop, the fifteen women were so pleased with their feeling of an uncharacteristic inner peace that they presented me with a large box of beauty products! Last week I was invited to introduce meditation to a group of lawyers on the 35th floor of a corporate tower. I like to remind people how special they are to even have an interest or curiosity in meditation – a very significant time in our evolution, as though the soul is stirring after a long time of forgetfulness.
I do like this outreach program very much – the consequences are immeasurable but profound, the ripples of positive change spreading out into time and space and  touching countless, multiplying lives with the perennial message of awakening.
Hello, my name is Stephen Procter, I am a professional Mindfulness Instructor and I would like to help you reach your goals, to be free from overwhelming emotions and learn to find the joy in life again. Using Skype, a free online video conference service, you can you can have your Mindfulness Counselling Session from anywhere giving you the flexibility you may need to fit in with your schedule in the privacy of your own home.
Mindfulness Meditation is a natural process that provides a release value for our emotions, an off switch for our incessant thinking and a way for our brains, to use computer jargon, to defrag.
It is an exercise of the mind, and like any other exercise, it requires us to perform it regularly to build up our mental muscles. An untrained mind is one with constant thinking, one that never is quiet, one that reacts easily through emotions that lead to friction in our lives.
Meditation is an exercise that can be started at a young age and be practiced for your whole life.
I also teach at Indaba Yoga centre in Marylebone twice a month, I give one to one Reflexology treatments, do Space Clearing and also private Gong Baths in clients' homes. Each event is designed to offer a variety of fresh and potent insight, for people who are curious to learn and experience something totally new. Once a month, starting in February 2015, there will be workshops and talks featuring people who work and sit at the very top of everything health, beauty and wellness.


Leo is a Prana Kriya Yoga teacher, sound healer, therapist, and a composer from Switzerland.
Inspired by key personalities such as Nikola Tesla, Dane Rudhyar, and Krishnamurti - Leo is a keen researcher, currently working on the profound benefits of Phonophoresis, which is the application of certain notes within certain octaves on different meridian points.
A gong bath is ideal for clearing nerve-endings and for re-establishing the healthy relationship between the parasympathetic (ruled by sound) and sympathetic nervous system (ruled by vision).
When we told them how this meditation will help them to be energetic, dynamic and alert which in turn will help them with their studies – It really made them serious about experiencing it and learning how to do it on regular basis. Its breathing techniques resemble that of young children, which naturally breathe from their bellies.
And, more and more, progressively minded primary care and mental health professionals are recommending meditation practice to their patients to prevent heart attacks and stroke, and to help recover from a broken heart and or other psychological trauma.
These spiritual explorers managed to accumulate vast amounts of knowledge into how the mind-body-spirit relationship works, thus helping to make many important discoveries in medicine and science. If an individual does not gather and maintain healthy amounts of clean energy on a regular basis, he or she may greatly increase their chances for illness and misfortune. But, perhaps the biggest culprit for harming the body and causing it to lose precious amounts of life-force, is the abuse of one's emotions and too much thinking. An offer in our usual ‘Learn Meditation’ flier to provide an instructor who will introduce the ABCs of meditation and stress management ‘at your place of work’, and in any suitable lunchtime or morning session, is attracting a growing response. I suggested, without much hope that this would happen, that they set aside a dedicated meditation room or ‘peace’ room and meet several times weekly.
We all enjoyed ourselves, we were all inspired!  Human beings have their fundamental spirituality in common, even where our choice of lifestyle or profession takes us into such divergent worlds of experience.
I have helped many people before you and would like to offer my services to you.I will help you learn Mindfulness Meditation techniques to help achieve this, this is not a temporary solution but one that will affect your whole life. It provides a means for us to be with and change our relationship to difficult emotions and offers a way of dealing with and desensitizing past traumas, also removing the fear of the future. Meditation requires skill, just as a gymnast needs skill to walk on a beam so too a meditator develops skill to quieten their mind. A well trained and skilled mind thinks only when it is needed, it is not ruled by emotions, it does not experience stress, anxiety or depression. Not only can meditation be done for your whole life but it also is one of the few things that you can do that you will get better as you get older, your skill level will improve. He has trained with Grand Gong master Don Conreaux (one of the 5 original Kundalini teachers designated by Yogi Bhajan in the late a€™60s), and is still learning with him to this day. Most events usually include a series of exercises which focus on breath, meridian Chi flow, and the release of endocrine hormones. The Mala is moved between the fingers of the right hand and used to count the Mantra repetitions (108 times, 1 Mantra per bead).
One of the primary goals of Natural Way meditation is to reduce complicated thinking and to regain the innocent qualities of a newborn infant; this in turn helps the body become lighter, less burdened and more vital. Through their patient observation of Nature and quiet contemplation and self-introspective practices, they were able to highly develop their intuition and mental capacities. Being tired and fatigued often, or being hyper and anxious on a regular basis, will break down onea€™s immune system and weaken the body. Too much or too little of anything, whether it be happiness and laughter or sadness, worry, anger, fear, jealousy, envy, greed, etc, will result in a major drop of power in the body.


Because, the quick and clever methods of the 'MIND" usually have a strong tendency for fantasy, self-delusion and separation, rather than clarity, humility and integration. The suggestion was enthusiastically welcomed and I have since learnt that this program is now very much alive. My popularity among the women members of our Centre shot up overnight when I distributed these the following day. It gives us an understanding, through firsthand experience, the ability to 'rewire' our brain. When our mind is unfit and we dona€™t take the time to develop the skill we suffer the consequences of busy thoughts, emotional turmoil and being caught up in repetitive thought patterns. You life will improve, it will feel smoother, less ups and downs, you will experience more happiness, your relationships will improve as will your feeling of belonging in life itself.
All of the above benefits of meditation practice are truly excellent, but are only positive side affects in comparison to its more noble purpose: to deepen one's spiritual understanding of oneself and others, in order to live more harmoniously in this world.
And, in combination with their refined spiritual skills, they further discovered and mapped-out the energy channels within the human body and helped to create the advanced energy science known as Qigong, which further evolved into the extremely comprehensive healing arts of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. And, if left uncorrected for too long, this state of imbalance will greatly cloud the mind and further compromise onea€™s spiritual resolve. Genuine spiritual training requires large amount of clean energy, so the first prerequisite for safe spiritual cultivation is that the body should first and foremost be healthy and balanced. I gave them some of Sri Chinmoy’s music, his main book on meditation and a clutch of my favorite incense – new friendships forged! Mindfulness is a form of self-awareness training, it is about being aware of what is happening in the present on a moment by moment basis, while not making judgements about whether we like or dona€™t like what we find. This is not a fantasy but a reality, one that is available to everyone, by simply doing mental housekeeping, and valuing A mental health.
Thus, making one even more susceptible to psychic disturbances, spiritual troubles and or negative physical addictions of all kinds. Additionally, people who prematurely play with or experiment with the subtle spiritual forces present in the natural world, just for entertainment, power, greed and or quick profit, unfortunately will suffer greatly and possibly irreversible damage to their bodies. Usually when a habitual reaction arises we automatically react on it, reinforcing the habit and ensuring it will come back again. We'll do some gentle Asana to prepare for meditation, and do three sessions of increasing length with Asana and instruction in between. And almost everyone could feel the vibrations flowing from top of their heads and also coming from others. Mindfulness training gives us the ability to observe without judging or reacting, observing in this way deconditions habitual patterns through non-participation. Mantra meditation is a very powerful way to deepen your yoga practice, Savasana, or to begin a meditation practice if you find it challenging. And they even started to diagnose their own problems after learning about the qualities for different channels and energy centres.



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