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The Ashram offers a variety of programs where you can begin or re-discover your own meditation practice. You can also deepen your existing practice. The ancient yogis believe that meditation is the single most important asset a person can develop. Additionally, a healthy mind thinks positive thoughts, or as Swamiji says, lives in the ‘Clear Space of Good Feeling’. Meditation is the doorway to that space.
Satsang is the high point of the week at The Ashram Mount Eliza. It means ‘to keep the company of Truth’. The night is festive and vibrant, and is the perfect program to attend if you’re visiting the Ashram for the first time. In Swamiji’s company, we hear the teachings of the Great Beings and the inner Self, chant, and meditate. Everyone is welcome. Held every Saturday night in Mount Eliza from 7.30pm.
This course is taught by the co-director of The Ashram, Devi Ma. Not only will you learn a new style of meditation each week, but you will also get to practice it. Furthermore, Devi Ma’s over 30 years experience teaching meditation means you can ask all the questions you need and be sure you’re receiving the best support for your meditation practice. Suitable for beginner to advanced meditators. The next course starts on Thursday February 20th 2020.
If you live interstate or internationally, register to watch Swami Shankarananda’s program streamed live every Saturday night by clicking here....
Learn more about the philosophy and teachings underlying our spiritual tradition. Examine a variety of spiritual texts, and join us at Study Group held on Tuesday evenings.
Self Inquiry Groups
Transform and uplift mental, emotional, practical and spiritual blocks in your life. Shiva Process groups are held every Wednesday evening and one-on-one sessions are also available by appointment.
Morning Programs: Guru Gita & Meditation
Monday – Saturday 7.30am
Chanting and meditation are an effective and simple way to not only calm the mind, but open the heart. Join us during the week for either morning meditation, or recitation of the Guru Gita chant.