The London Centre is moving for 9 weeks
The Siddha Yoga Meditation Centre of London is temporarily relocating whilst repairs are carried out to the Amadeus Centre, our regular base.
We will be moving for nine weeks and during that period our weekly satsang will move from Tuesday to Thursday.
We will be relocating to Room A201, Regents University, Inner Circle, Regents Park, London NW1 4NS. Many of you will be familiar with this venue as we have used it in the past when hosting the Shaktipat Intensive.
Please see the schedule below, we will return to the Amadeus Centre on Tuesday July 30th 2019.
You can see more information and a full schedule for the dates involved in the move here.
There are no fees for any of the following:
Satsang means ‘keeping the company of the Truth’. Each month we explore a different theme through readings from books by Baba Muktananda and Gurumayi, talks on the teachings, and Siddha Yoga meditation students sharing their experiences of the practices in daily life. These programmes include chanting and meditation.
Namasankirtana, or repetition of the divine name in song, 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.
Shree Guru Gita
Shree Guru Gita is an ancient and beautiful hymn that honours the Guru and describes the Guru-disciple relationship.
These programmes explore the practices and teachings of Siddha Yoga meditation with all age groups. Programmes include chanting, meditation and storytelling.
Seva — Selfless Service
On the Siddha Yoga path, seva is work performed as a pure offering without attachment to the results of one’s actions and without desire for personal gain. Seva 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 participate in this ongoing practice.