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Originally posted 2014-10-26 03:14:42. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Please enjoy the following video in which Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja Yoga, explains what to do after Self-realization in order to establish kundalini awakening.

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Originally posted 2009-03-23 15:56:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Guided Meditation

Enjoy the following guided meditation:

Originally posted 2013-04-28 03:46:43. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Heart and throat chakras

Please enjoy the following Sahaja Yoga talk in which Shri Mataji talks about the Heart (Anahata)  and throat (Vishuddhi)  chakras and their qualities.

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Originally posted 2009-05-07 21:09:56. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja YogaYou’ve heard of Sahaja Yoga, but what is it? When people think of yoga they often think of Hatha Yoga which has a big emphasis on the physical level involving postures etc. Sahaja Yoga is a form of meditation, or a better definition might be that it is the key to meditation where meditation is defined as mental silence, thoughtless awareness or nirvichara.

Meditation only occurs when we have experienced self-realisation, which is a state in which the kundalini, a coiled energy, has awakened from its slumber at the base of the spine, and has risen up through the energy centres situated on the spine, pierced the fontanelle bone at the top of the head and has connected with the all-pervading power. If you have not experienced self-realisation you won’t be able to go beyond thoughts, but will just be battling them in an effort to achieve silence, but this is a bit like banging your head against the wall.

So you could say that self-realisation is the starting point for Sahaja Yoga. This is not how it used to be. Prior to Sahaja Yoga people who wished to achieved their enlightenment would retire from society and would spend years, decades to overcome their attachment to the physical, emotional and mental aspects of their being. They would cleanse energy centre after energy centre, starting from the root energy centre, the Mooladhara and working their way up. Most of the time they would fail or give up.

In Sahaja Yoga you first experience self-realisation and then you go about clearing the chakras, or energy centres. Normally only a few strands of the kundalini rise up all the way to the top as there are obstructions in the chakras preventing more strands from rising up. The task of the person who has achieved this first step on their spiritual path is to then cleanse these energy centres in order to allow further strands of kundalini to rise up, and hence to deepen the experience.

How would you know which energy centres need cleansing? Well, one of the amazing results of getting self-realisation through Sahaja Yoga is that you are able to perceive your energy centres on your finger tips. This is known as vibratory awareness. Each finger corresponds to a different chakra, so that if a particular finger tingles or burns we know that there is a problem in the corresponding chakra. If you attend a Sahaja yoga program near you (and these are free) you will find out what to do to cleanse each centre. The cleansing methods are amazingly simple!

The other result of self-realisation is that you are able to enjoy mental silence, and at a deeper level, bliss. As you cleanse the chakras within you and continue to meditate you are able to discover the beauty within.

Originally posted 2007-12-06 20:18:28. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Originally posted 2007-12-27 18:56:54. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Sahaja Yoga Intro Video

Please enjoy the following video in which the founder of Sahaja Yoga, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, introduces Sahaja Yoga meditation.

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Originally posted 2008-01-18 22:20:41. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Shri Mataji Nirmala DeviIs it possible that Sahaja Yoga meditation could be the basis for world peace? If we accept that peace cannot be imposed from above, but needs to be established in each individual, then this starts to look quite plausible. If you ask any Sahaja Yogi if they have become more peaceful within I’m sure you’ll find that the answer is “Yes!” So if everyone is peaceful and satisfied, how can there be war?

This peaceful state can only be established once the kundalini has been awakened, through a process called self-realisation, and after that through meditation and through a process of cleansing the chakras, a process which is made easier by attending free Sahaja Yoga programs.

Meditation allows us to let go of our identification with our body, mind, our ego and our conditionings. Through meditation we become detached from our gross selves, from the enemies of our spirit, such as greed, anger and attachment. One of the results of getting our self-realisation is that we become aware of our inner being, our energy centres. and as a result we know where we need correcting. By attending a Sahaja Yoga class we can find out how to cleanse each energy centre.

Each problem within us, whether physical, mental, emotional or spiritual is actually associated with a problem in one or more energy centres. By cleansing all the energy centres, we remove all our problems! This has been demonstrated scientifically through research into the effects of Sahaja Yoga meditation on various diseases.

Originally posted 2008-01-13 16:20:29. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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