The administrative body for Sahaja Yoga Meditation in Australia

Shri Mataji in Australia

After her first visit in 1981, Shri Mataji continued to visit Australia on many occasions, giving free public lectures to share her knowledge and teach the Australian public her simple method of Sahaja Yoga.

During these years, she gave over fifty public lectures around Australia, without charge. Over the years, many tens of thousands of people attended her talks. Shri Mataji would stay for many hours after these lectures, to individually meet all the audience members who lined up seeking her guidance. Free follow-up meditation classes were also offered to those who came to her talks.

Public lectures

Locations of Shri Mataji’s public lectures on meditation.  (Some locations had multiple lectures in the same year)

 

New South Wales – Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong

  • Darling Harbour Convention Centre (1996)
  • Hilton Hotel Sydney (1990)
  • Hyatt Hotel Sydney (1985)
  • Macquarie University (1981)
  • Newcastle Town Hall (1992)
  • Sydney Maccabean Hall (1981 & 1983)
  • Sydney Masonic Centre (1985)
  • Sydney State Theatre (1987, 1991 & 1995)
  • Sydney Town Hall (1992, 1994 & 2006)
  • University of Sydney (1981)
  • University of NSW (1992)
  • Wollongong Arts Centre (1992)

 

Victoria – Melbourne

  • Camberwell Civic Centre (1987, 1990 & 1992)
  • Kew Sahaja Yoga Centre (1985)
  • Melbourne Town Hall (1995)
  • Prahran Town Hall (1992)
  • Public lecture (1994)
  • Royal Exhibition Building (1981, 1983, 1985 & 1991)

 

South Australia – Adelaide

  • Adelaide Town Hall (1983 & 1985)
  • Adelaide University (1987)

 

ACT – Canberra

  • National Convention Centre (1990)
  • ACT Press Club (1991)
  • Playhouse Theatre (1992)

 

Queensland – Brisbane and Cairns

  • Brisbane School of Arts (1985)
  • Brisbane Town Hall (1987, 1991 & 1992)
  • Cairns Civic Centre (1990 & 1991)

 

Western Australia – Perth and Fremantle

  • Fremantle Overseas Terminal (1990)
  • Fremantle Town Hall (1992)
  • Hyatt Hotel, Perth (1990)
  • Perth Dalkeith Sahaja Yoga Centre (1983)
  • Perth Town Hall, Perth (1983 & 1955)
  • South Perth Civic Centre (1991)
  • University of Western Australia (1994)