Raja Yoga Meditation

Raja Yoga Meditation

Why Meditation

In our modern world, the pace of life is growing ever faster and we are losing touch with our true inner peace and power. When we no longer feel grounded, we can experience ourselves pushed and pulled in many different directions. It is at this point that we start to experience stress and a feeling of being trapped. Gradually, over time, this feeling leads to illness and disease, as our mental, emotional and physical health is thrown out of balance.

Raja Yoga Meditation

Raja Yoga is the journey inwards, a journey of self-discovery or, in fact, re-discovery. It is time taken for quiet reflection and silence, away from the hustle and bustle of daily living. Taking time out enables us to come back to a centred place of being.
Raja Yoga meditation is a form of meditation that is accessible to people of all backgrounds. It is a meditation without rituals or mantras and can be practiced anywhere at any time. Raja Yoga meditation is practiced with ‘open eyes’, which makes this method of meditation versatile, simple and easy to practice.

Raja Yoga and Brahma Kumaries

At the heart of the Brahma Kumaris teachings is the Foundation Course in Raja Yoga meditation. This course provides a practical understanding of the relationship between spirit and matter, as well as an understanding of the interplay between souls, God and the material world. The series of classes in this course will facilitate your inward journey in an efficient and effective way.
Anyone and everyone who wants to can use, and benefit from, Raja Yoga meditation. Some choose to come to a Brahma Kumaris centre once a year to confirm a connection, others incorporate meditation into their daily lives, yet others add meditation to their other spiritual practice. It all works and it all enriches the lives of those who choose it.

Those who make use of Raja Yoga Meditation include people who:

  • have spent time searching for spiritual solutions, and now find something they did not find elsewhere.
  • have achieved and gained much in their lives, and come to wonder, “Is that all there is?”
  • have experienced difficulty and challenge in their lives and seek extra power to help them.
  • have a deep desire to deepen their understanding of, and connection with, the Divine.
  • have a wish to use their own energy and good wishes to bring peace to the world
  • have a will to share the sense of well-being and contentment they have found with the world.

Learn About

  • consciousness and self-realization
  • connection and relationship with God
  • the Law of Karma
  • the Cycle of Time
  • the Tree of Life
  • a Spiritual Lifestyle

Explorer How to:

  • make time & space for meditation to establish a daily practice
  • harness your thoughts, emotions and responses
  • use your meditation skills in everyday life

Guided Meditation

Who am I? | Centre the mind

Breathing Calm

Sending Good Wishes to Friends

Stepping Inwards

Detached Observer