How do I get started?
Simply register for a new course by clicking here. Our courses are all free of charge and cover the basics of meditation and include creative visualization, mantras, music and other techniques disigned to calm your mind and fill you with a feeling of peace and joy. If you would like to talk to one of the class givers fill in the contact us page and someone will get in touch with you.
Do I need to bring anything?
No – just yourself, and a sincere willingness for more inner peace and happiness in your life.
Upcoming Meditation Events in 2021
Welcome to 2021! What better way to start the year than attending one of our free meditation workshop series. Without doubt 2020 has been a memorable year. Among many things what, has stood out the most has been the impact the year has had on our mental, physical and emotional health. Meditation restores balance and while it might not solve all your problems it will give you the tools to deal with them in a positive and mindful way. Register by clicking here
May 2021 Option 1 – Introduction to Meditation
Sunday 23rd May 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Wellington Yoga Centre, Kensington St, Te Aro,
• Getting started – the ABC’s
• How to quieten the busy mind
• The secret of the spiritual heart
• The four paths of yoga
• Mantras and sacred chants
Lunch break from 12 – 12:30, please bring a light lunch or plenty of options a few minutes walk away. Tea will be provided
June Option 2 – Meditation and Spirituality
Saturday 26 June 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Learn how to meditate using creative visualizations, mantra and chanting, how to lead a meditative lifestyle and find peace and calm in your life.
July 2021 – TBC
Registration required for all classes. Please click here to register
All sessions are part of a structured course. Attendance from the beginning is recommended. Kindly do not join after the second session.
has been meditating for a very very long time.
Why meditate…what is the purpose?
Well, we nourish our body every day with food with great regularity, but most of us neglect to take care of some of the deeper aspects of ourselves. Meditation nourishes our mind and our soul and the spiritual aspects of our nature which also need constant attention. …keep reading.
student of Sri Chinmoy since 2003
Finding Sri Chinmoy’s Meditation Path
At the beginning, all those years ago, I was not really looking for a spiritual Master or a path. Like most people I knew, I was neither very happy nor unhappy….keep reading.
Some of Sri Chinmoy’s students around the world talk about how they started meditation, and what inspires them to keep going
My 71st birthday is looming, on bad days an ominous dark cloud heralding decline and ushering in those rather anxious and thoughtful reflections that often accompany ageing. Anxiety at the knowledge of certain mortality, remorse at the many unlived days and neglected...
We were at an inter-faith event in Auckland and the master of ceremonies, an eloquent church minister evidently inspired by his own words, was invoking God’s blessings on those assembled for an interminably long time. I wondered to myself if God, too, ever suffered...
One of the recurring themes in the writings and legacies of the great spiritual teachers all the way down through time is the accent they each place on the preciousness of a human incarnation, especially one in which there is some kind of spiritual awakening. One of...
She had always been moved and deeply touched by her Teacher’s comments about the spiritual value of giving, and at some heartfelt and intuitive level felt that she really understood what this meant and how it worked in that preternatural inner world where everything...
Recently a group of musician-friends, some from New Zealand, gathered in Reykjavik to begin a musical tour, singing Sri Chinmoy’s songs in churches and old ruins throughout the heartland of this impressive nation……… If you were to try to paint eternity, these...
Holidays are coming, and soon our centre family will vanish away to relatives in hometowns, to gatherings down-country in small coastal villages, settlements where an uncle owns a seaside bach, an odd ritual here like some seasonal homing instinct, a migratory impulse...