About Sahaja Yoga
Updated: Feb 25
“Sahaja” (Sanskrit word), which means
'spontaneous' and also 'born with',
“Yoga” means 'union with God'.
Sahaja Yoga is actively practiced in over 130 countries around the world and is an effective solution to the spiritual,mental, emotional, and physical problems of the modern times. Sahaja Yoga Meditation has demonstrated positive results in several research areas including health, education, agriculture, etc.
“Whatever is inborn would manifest without any effort.
Hence, “Sahaja Yoga” is the name given to my system, which is
effortless, easy and spontaneous.
It is natural to Nature
(you may call it life’s source, vitality of Divine).”
-H.H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi-
Since time immemorial human beings have been in search of truth, God, life, nature and all that could give an understanding of the origin, cause, reason, purpose and the end objective of life.
To know thyself and thy creation has been the key to the quest in all ages and times. This quest has given birth to various schools of thought: philosophy, literature, science etc.
Sahaja Yoga is an ancient system of yoga and can therefore be termed as
‘the divine path for emancipation of freedom from all bondage’.
What is Sahaja Yoga Meditation? A brief overview..
Within each of us, there is a Mothering energy, known for centuries as the key to spiritual enlightenment. It lies dormant, coiled in the Sacrum bone at the base of the spine. It is called Kundalini, meaning feminine coiled energy.
When awakened, we feel a gentle cool fountain of energy above the top of the head and cool vibrations on the hands. Sometimes a warm energy is felt as the Kundalini encounters friction in its path - however this will clear to cool vibrations.
The awakened Kundalini connects us with our Spirit and the universal love that surrounds and pervades everywhere. This 'union of our Spirit with the Divine energy is the true Yoga event' (yoga means 'union') and gives us our 'Self Realisation'.
Through the efforts of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, all who desire can now awaken their Kundalini spontaneously. With attention in the cool flow of energy above the head, we go into 'Thoughtless Awareness'.
With simple short daily practice we quickly experience the peace, joy and other amazing benefits that this meditation brings.
You may start with 'Awakening your Kundalini' for the first time, or to re-affirm its presence. (click the link)
To read more on 'The Kundalini' (click this link).
Please note: To maintain and increase the Kundalini flow, it is important to meditate for 10 to 15 minutes or so, each day.
Click: 'Let's Meditate', to start..
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