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Learn how meditation helps improve productivity and creativity!
September 19, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
About the Grand Master
Brahmarshi Patriji is a new-age spiritual master who has been on a mission to spread the practice of meditation across the globe. Since 1979, Patriji has been striving hard to enlighten and awaken each and every individual to their infinite potential and reminding them that they create their own reality. Patriji established the ‘Pyramid Spiritual Societies Movement’ in 1990 in India. This new age movement comprises of thousands of organized non-profit groups and pyramid meditation centres dedicated to spreading breath meditation and spiritual science. Millions of people have attended Patriji’s long group meditation sessions. Patriji is also a great musician who plays the flute exceptionally well and uses it to enhance meditation. Read More
Learn the what, why and how of meditation from a grand master who has inspired millions to make meditation a regular part of life.
Regular practice of meditation has shown immense benefits like overcoming stress, better ability to handle tough situations, clearer communication and enhanced social relationships. We all need these abilities to be successful in this complex world.
Consistent practice of deep Meditation also elevates our intuitive, creative abilities. This will be seen in increased spontaneity and magical synchronicities that regular meditators report.
This 2-hour session will teach you a simple method that you can practice daily. You will hear about the purpose of Life along with spiritual and scientific foundation of Meditation. Along with experiencing a music-filled guided meditation, you will also have a chance to clarify your questions from the grand master Brahmarshi Patriji.
St.James Church in Piccadilly is heaped with history. Built in the 17th century, the church has a colourful interior and spacious courtyard. Damaged in World War II bombings, it was later reconstructed to its present glory. It is usually a must see for tourists interested in architecture and history.
The meeting room is situated in the basement of the Rectory Building (adjacent to the front courtyard). The entrance to the rooms can be found on Church Place, which runs between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street (opposite Costa Coffee). In case of difficulty, please do not ring the bell of the flat marked PRIVATE, but go to the Rectory reception on the other side of the building. Please access the rooms down the staircases on Church Place.
St James’s Church itself is located between Waterstones bookshop and Fortnum & Mason 150m from Piccadilly Circus.
Rail: Nearest stations are Charing Cross or Victoria
Underground: Piccadilly Circus on the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. Green Park on the Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines.
Bus: Buses 14, 19, 22, 38, 98 and 159 will drop you off either in or very close to Piccadilly.
Car Parking: NCPcar parks on Brewer Street, 02077 34 9497 or Westminster Council,Cockspur Street / Spring Gardens, 0800 243 348.