Lecture and Meditation workshop

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  • Location: Yoga in Daily Life Centre, Maroochydore, Not Assigned 0000 Queensland

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Lecture and Meditation workshop
Dissolve the Negative and Awaken the Positive through vadhisthana Chakra
April 11 and April 12, Yoga in Daily Life, 6/80 Sixth Ave, Cottontree, Tel 5479 4833 for bookings, starts 6.30 with refreshments.
Each evening starts with refreshments, lecture starts at 7pm.
cost $25/$20 conc at the door or $40/$30 for both events
Call 5479 4833 for bookings or register on the website:

His Holiness Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda, one of worlds most loved Yogi's descended from a long line of masters, teaches a very simple thing: how to be happy. Experience his wisdom on the Sunshinecoast April 11 and 12. Tuesday evening at Yoga in Daily Life Centre, 80 Sixth Ave Maroochydore and Wednesday evening at Millwell community center Hall, Millwell Road.  For more information and bookings, phone 5479 4833 or visit yogaindailylife.org.au.


World Peace through Yoga!
Australia's media has hailed him the "Groovy Guru" for his practical wisdom, candid humour and grace.  The Hindu equivalent of the Dalai Lama, His Holiness Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda, known simply as Swamiji, returns to Australia as keynote speaker at Sydney's YOGA EXPO and the 26th International Yoga & Ayurveda Conference, two huge Yoga events happening in Australia.

Swamiji will also visit Queensland and the Sunshine Coast (11 and 12 April in Maroochydore to give a series of Public Talks & Yoga Workshops. Swamiji's talks are about how individuals can help change the state of world affairs. In his most recently published book, The Hidden Power in Humans, Swamiji says:


"The mightiest power in humans is the power of thought. But now is the time to use our intellectual energy for the benefit of the world, rather than being the cause of its destruction. The path of Yoga and Meditation helps to unearth the valuable treasury of spiritual knowledge buried within us and put it to good use. In this way each person can contribute something worthwhile to the planet and its recovery".


Audiences are drawn to Swamiji's lucid explanations of the mind, psyche and the hidden powers contained within the human consciousness. Whether he is answering questions about dealing with anger, stress or the state of world affairs, Swamiji's talks resonate with people from all walks of life, prompting Ambassador Jonathan Dean, former advisor to the U.S. Government on global security, to say: 


"Over the centuries India has sent many outstanding leaders, both east and west to spreads its ancient wisdom, but none with the unusual qualities of H.H. Swami Maheshwarananda. Swamiji combines a penetrating psychological insight with immense spiritual wisdom…….Swamiji is at once a visionary and gifted organiser of human efforts".


Countless awards and recognitions have been bestowed on H.H. Swamiji for his untiring humanitarian efforts throughout the world, particularly from Presidents and Government leaders in eastern Europe and former communist countries where Swamiji has spent four decades teaching yoga & meditation as a means to overcome conflict and restore harmony.


Swamiji also actively campaigns on behalf of third world countries for access to clean safe drinking  water and for the right of every child to receive an education, no matter where they live in the world.  H.H. Swamiji entreats each individual who is able to help others, to unfold their hands and pitch-in saying "working hands have more value than folded hands…"


Yamuna Jansch, Yoga in Daily Life Sunshine Coast, Tel. 5479 4833
Email: sunhinecoast@yogaindailylife.org.au


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