The past year and a half has taught us all how important it is to take care of ourselves and others not just physically, but also ‘on the inside’. Giving time each day to ‘upload’ positive and spiritually empowering thoughts into our minds is the best way to help us respond to changing situations.
As you continue on your spiritual journey, we are delighted to welcome you online until we are ready to return to onsite visits.
Please see the chart below for details on courses, meditations, talks and other activities. Simply click on the online column, JOIN (when the event is live) OR REGISTER (to receive link in email), if applicable. Do not hesitate to contact us by email if you any questions.
|Pause 4 Peace: Lunchtime Meditation||Weekly||Thursdays||12:30pm-1:00pm (AST)||REGISTER for event|
|Drop In World Meditation||Weekly||Sundays||6:30pm-7:30pm (AST)||REGISTER for event|
|Spiritual Self-Respect||May 2, 9, 16, 23||Mondays||7:00pm-8:30pm (AST)||REGISTER for event|
|Introduction to Meditation: Create a Peaceful State of Mind||May 4, 11, 18, 25, June 1||Wednesdays||7:00pm-9:00pm (AST)||REGISTER for event|
WORLD MEDITATION HOUR
Whether or not you know how to meditate, join us on Sundays oto dedicate 60 minutes of your time to radiating peace, love and care to our world. No experience required. Open to all.
DROP IN MEDITATION MONDAYS
If you need a little peace, plug in your headphones and join us for an hour of gentle music, live meditation commentary and silence. No experience required. Open to all.
An evening of meditation and spiritually uplifting insights
on themes relevant to us now in the world. .
INTRODUCTION TO RAJA YOGA MEDITATION
This five-week course introduces Raja Yoga: ‘yoga for the mind.’ It helps to focus the energy of thinking in directions that create and sustain the experience of peace, love and happiness. No experience required. Open to all.
PRACTICAL TOOLS FOR MEDITATION
For students who have completed the Introduction to Raja Yoga course. Build knowledge and experience, and deepen your meditation practice, by exploring a new ‘tool’ every week.