SRF Welcomes You!
~ All are warmly welcome to attend our Brisbane Meditation Group Temple at Kenmore Hills. For new visitors we recommend attending the 11am Reading Service which includes Prayers, Short periods of meditation, Chanting, Readings from the writings of Paramahansa Yoganandaji and the healing prayer technique.
~ Our services are conducted by SRF Devotee volunteers who read from the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda, lead the prayers, affirmations and chanting. Please click on the following link to see our schedule of services on the Services and Meditations page.
SRF Home Study Lessons / Meditation Techniques
~ The meditation techniques of SRF are taught in the Home Study Lessons and not in the temple itself. To learn more or apply for the home study lessons please click on the following link. Home Study Lessons
~ Our bookroom is open at 12 Noon after the reading service, where you can browse or buy books written by Paramahansa Yogananda and his direct disciples, We also have CDs, Dvd’s and other devotional items available for purchase.
~ We have comfortable chairs with cushions in the temple for all to use. For those who prefer to sit on the floor, we have a large area towards the back of the temple available. Cushions & blankets are available for use.
~ During the various services devotees and visitors are requested to remain silent inside and around the temple area. After the services, feel free to chat with our devotees, especially our volunteers if you have questions about SRF or Brisbane Meditation Group.
~ During the reading service we have a offertory which is optional. We collect donations to help further the work of SRF and the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda. Donations also help to maintain ongoing temple costs.
~ We look forward to welcoming you at Brisbane Meditation Group. Whether you want to follow the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda, or are just looking for a peaceful sanctuary, we would love for you to come and meditate with us.
For further inquiries please contact us.
“By deep concentration in union with other seekers, a devotee transmutes his will into God’s Will. Remembering his identity with God, he recovers his divine heritage of God-perception.”
— Paramahansa Yogananda