Raja Yoga Meditation

connecting with The Supreme

What is Raja Yoga Meditation?

Raja Yoga meditation is accessible to people of all backgrounds. A meditation without rituals or mantras, and because it is practised with ‘open eyes’ it can be done easily, anywhere and at any time.

Meditation is the journey inwards, of self-discovery. A time for quiet reflection and silence, away from the hustle and bustle of daily living. In our modern world, the pace of life is growing ever faster, and we are losing touch with our true inner peace and power. Meditation can really help to bring us back to our essence.

Why Meditate?

image Unconditional Happiness
image Stress Free Life
image Peace of Mind
image Healthy Life
image A Healing Process
image Better and Sound Sleep
image Increased Work Efficiency
image Harmony in Relationships
image Practise Anywhere
image Better Control of Thoughts
image Increased Attention Span
image Slowing Ageing

When to Meditate?

image Morning is the best time
image At meal times
image During various activities
image Throughout the day
image Just before sleep

Where can I Meditate?

Our homes are great places to meditate; a special room, or chair, that we can always go to when we want to spend time with our inner self.

At Home

Busy lives mean we are often out and about. We can learn to meditate and be in peace while going about our daily activities.

Out and About

The workplace does offer opportunities to spend a little time in inner quietness. We can always find moments of peace during a working day. day.

At Work

Travelling is often exciting. Waiting around for trains and planes are perfect opportunities to practise going within and watching the world go by.

On the move

When we have real solitude, it is a wonderful chance to spend very precious moments, just with ourselves, creating deep and lasting experiences.

In solitude

Exercise is a wonderful way of staying healthy. Combined with a meditative state of mind it increases our capacity to do more, achieve more.

Keeping fit

Crowded streets, busy shopping malls, traffic jams, can make us feel hemmed in and impatient. We can go within, for a sense of calm.

In a multitude

Getting creative; painting, writing, composing, gives us a sense of true achievement. As we create, we can meditate because then we access unlimited possibilities.

Getting creative

Who can Meditate?

Anyone can meditate. We have meditators from all walks of life. Some come just once a year, others make it part of their daily life, and others incorporate it into other spiritual practices. Some feel they have found what they have been looking for. Some come because all their achievements still leave them wondering, ‘is this all there is?’ Others come to help themselves through difficulties, and some come to deepen their relationship with the Divine, and wish to use their energy to bring peace to the world. All are welcomed.

How to Meditate?




Relaxation is about letting go of tension and stress and bringing the mind and body into a state of calm and peace




Concentration allows me to use my time productively. Once I have relaxed, I focus on the thoughts I choose to have.




Contemplation is reflecting deeply on myself, my inner world and my values.



Realisation is when my understanding and feeling combine and I experience a more profound, more meaningful reality.



Remembering the eternal identity. Focusing on a thought. Positively re-training the mind. Awakening a wonderful state of well-being.