Moksha Meditation

Monday to Friday 5:30am and every Tuesday and Thursday 6:30pm.

Meditation is also included in Body Breath Mind class on Wed 9:00am.

What is Moksha Meditation?

A calm and clear mind is the way to freedom

Moksha translates as freedom. Moksha is freedom from attachment and aversion, freedom from a clouded, agitated or heavy mind, freedom from desire, freedom from ignorance, but ultimately Moksha is freedom from the cycle of death and rebirth.

Moksha is a significant theme in many spiritual and religious traditions. The definition and meaning of moksha (freedom) has a degree of consensus amongst the religious faiths, however freedom from what and how is where the faiths have less agreement. Moksha or freedom is not dependent on time and space, heaven or earth and can be attained while we are alive in these bodies (jivanmukta). It permits us to see our inherent nature, the truth of our being.

What techniques are used in this meditation?

Moksha meditations utilise techniques from Yoga, Vedanta, Buddhism, Christianity and many other spiritual paths. We sit alone and together with the intention of calming and cleaning the mind, returning to freedom. We endeavour to release the inherent truth and beauty of the Soul from the shackles of karma and ignorance, from habit and unawareness.

We perform techniques to clean the mirror of the mind. These techniques include guided visualisations, moving meditations, quiet and reflective meditations and one-pointed meditation techniques. We endeavour to become masters of our once unruly minds, transforming each moment of the human incarnation. We endeavour to uncover the way we think, the what and why of the mind and then how to re-direct our thoughts to clarity and compassion.

What are the benefits of meditation?

Moksha meditation is founded on the traditional belief that meditation is for spiritual development and the realisation of the Soul. We sit to become free and the side benefits of improved physical health, improved mental health, personal development positive thinking, life coping skills, material increase are delightful, but secondary.

When is this practised?

Hanuman Das leads Moksha Meditation every Monday night at 6:30pm and Friday night at 6pm. He also includes a good dose of meditation in his Body Breath Mind classes on Tuesday 6:30pm and Wednesday 9:30am.

Hanuman Das leads workshops and special events through out the year which include this type of meditation. Check out the Events page for more details.

Who can practice Moksha Meditation?

This meditation is for EVERYONE, from beginners to experienced practitioners. We all tend to have a busy mind, and we have to start somewhere to quiet that monkey mind. It is rare to have a completely quiet mind, so what we do is practice, practice and practice again, and perhaps we then experience moments of peace.

Also, comfort in the body is key when practising meditation. You can either sit on a chair or sit on the floor to practice this meditation.

What is the price for the Meditation classes?

There are many payment options for the meditation classes:

  • If you are new to the studio, you can purchase the 1-Month Intro Offer which is $75 for one month of unlimited classes (includes all classes on the timetable). This allows you to enjoy the meditations either from the studio or online via Zoom.
  • If you want to do meditation via Zoom, you can purchase the $80 1-Month Online Membership.
  • If you want to do just one drop in class, this is $25 for a studio class, or $12 for a Zoom class.
  • You can also purchase a 5 or 10 class pass or a general monthly membership. Again, this allows you access to all classes on the timetable.
  • See all prices on our Pricing page.
  • To purchase one of these options, please go to our Timetable page, find the class you want to attend, proceed to book into the class and buy the option from there.

“Beyond caste, creed, family or lineage,
That which is without name and form, beyond merit and demerit,
That which is beyond space, time and sense-objects,
You are that, God himself; Meditate this within yourself.”
Verse 254 – Vivekachudamani