Summary
Regular Programmes
The Intensive
Courses & Workshops
Special Programmes & Events
all of the UK
Havant
Lampeter
London
Norfolk
Yapton
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Regular Programmes

SIDDHA YOGA MEDITATION CENTRES
Weekly Schedule

Havant — Hampshire Satsang Tuesday 7.45pm
London 1 Satsang Tuesday 7.30pm
Norfolk Satsang Thursday 7.30pm
Yapton — West Sussex Satsang Tuesday 8.00pm

1 There is an orientation to welcome newcomers at the London Centre, each week before satsang, 7.00pm - 7.20pm.

Each satsang lasts approximately ninety minutes and is followed by refreshments.
Programmes and venues are subject to change. Please telephone for confirmation.
National enquiry line telephone number 01404 514403

 

SIDDHA YOGA CHANTING AND MEDITATION GROUPS

Aylesbury
Birmingham
Chertsey
Eastbourne
Exeter, Devon
Hounslow, Middlesex
Lampeter
Macclesfield, Cheshire
North Cornwall
Nottingham
New Malden / Teddington
Yeovil

For further information on Chanting and Meditation Groups, please telephone 01404 514403.

REGULAR PROGRAMMES
There are no fees for any of the following

Satsang
Satsang means 'keeping the company of the Truth'. Each month
a different theme is explored through readings from Baba's and
Gurumayi's books, talks on the teachings, and Siddha Yoga
meditation students sharing their experiences of the practices in
daily life. These programmes include chanting and meditation.

Nama Sankirtana
Nama sankirtana, or chanting the names of God, is one of the
most powerful ways to turn the mind within. By chanting together
we share a joyful practice that opens our hearts and quietens our
minds. A period of meditation follows.

Guru Gita
The Guru Gita is an ancient and beautiful hymn that honours the
Guru and describes the Guru-disciple relationship.

Evening Arati
This prayer invokes and honours the light of God within.

Family Programme
These programmes explore the practices and teachings of Siddha Yoga
meditation with all age groups. Programmes include chanting,
meditation and storytelling.

Guruseva — Selfless Service
Guruseva is an essential practice of Siddha Yoga meditation in which
actions are performed with love and with no desire for reward. True
guruseva is meditation in action. It teaches us how to perform our tasks
so that all work becomes a means of connecting with the inner Self.
Everyone is invited to join in this ongoing practice.
Please ask at a Centre about guruseva opportunities