FAQs

Friends of Shanti Mission are people who have found that the healing and education they have received at Shanti Mission through meditations, healing clinics or seminars to be so valuable that they want to make this opportunity available to others. Friends donate regularly (tithe) to support the work of Shanti Mission and to support the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual healing of others. Access to the higher teachings are only available o Friends of Shanti Mission.

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There are many opportunities to become involved at Shanti Mission. Everyone is welcome to support Shanti Mission in whatever way makes your heart sing. It could be by helping sell the fabulous products in the shops; or assisting with preparing the temples for satsang; or preparing food for the tuck shop; training to be a barista at the Abode of Peace or helping in the gardens in Canyonleigh.

This is an excellent way to get to know people and become part of our community.

We call volunteering ‘Seva’ which is a Sanskrit term that properly reflects the spiritual growth and transformation that comes from helping a spiritual community to grow. We help our sevites (volunteers) to embody compassion and loving-kindness as well as completing the many tasks that are required to be done to keep Shanti Mission moving forward.

Just complete this form and send it to Matrika at seva@shantimission.org.

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There are many excellent healers and practitioners that operate at our various locations. To book an appointment with a healer you can contact any of our locations, or visit the Ignite Your Spirit Therapist Directory.

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We have affordable accommodation at our Abode of Peace Harmony Centre, and the Retreat Centre in Cooranbong, as well as our Southern Highlands Harmony Centre. Please contact these centres directly for more information.

To find out more about our accommodation in Cooranbong, please visit our Accommodation page.

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We have locations and offer our services in various places in Australia, Canada and the USA. Our headquarters is The Abode of Peace Centre, which is one hour north from Hornsby, 90 minutes from Sydney (allow longer if peak hour traffic) and 45 minutes south of Newcastle in NSW Australia. The Centre is at the foot of the Watagan mountains and surrounded by forest.

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Most of our other seminars and meditation classes are offered by heartfelt contribution/donation. We aim to make our programs and services accessible to all people regardless of their financial situation. We are very grateful for your generous contributions and ask that you give from your heart, keeping in mind the cost of a similar course or service offered elsewhere and what you can afford. For more information about donating for an event, please visit our Donation Guidelines page.

If you are experiencing financial hardship and are unable to donate money for a seminar or meditation, you are encouraged to donate some time volunteering at one of our centres. Please contact volunteer@shantimission.org for more information on volunteering at Shanti Mission.

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“Shanti” means peace and so our Mission is to create a more peaceful, loving world. We do this by helping each person create a more peaceful life so they can, in turn, assist in creating a more peaceful world.

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We record events and meditations with Shakti Durga and other senior teachers to archive and document Shanti Mission and to capture the valuable teachings. Some meditations and other audio recordings are selected for release to the public. Audio recordings are available on Shakti Durga’s website: www.shaktidurga.com/store/

Some videos of Shakti Durga may also be used for promotional purposes. Video recordings usually focus on the facilitator of the event and not the participants.

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Photographs of Shanti Mission events are often taken by our resident photographers to archive and document Shanti Mission and to capture special moments. Some photos may be used for promotional purposes. Photographs usually focus on the facilitator of the event and not the participants.

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