What is Self Realisation?
"Self Realisation is actually the first encounter with Reality".
True 'Self Realisation' can only, really be attained through the 'Awakening of the Divine Mothering Energy', that lies dormant in the base of the spine,
secretly hidden in the sacrum bone.
Self Realisation has always been the ultimate goal of all religions and spiritual traditions of the world, but was extremely difficult to attain in the past. It has now become a mass phenomenon achieved effortlessly through Sahaja Yoga, which is Shri Mataji's invaluable gift to humanity.
Shri Mataji discovered a spontaneous method to
awaken the Kundalini and this is the
foundation of Sahaja Yoga Meditation.
In the past, the awakening of this inner spiritual energy was achieved by only a few individuals, through arduous efforts of purification, asceticism, and prolonged meditation.
Shri Mataji's discovery of awakening the Kundalini requires no previous knowledge or spiritual practice. The spontaneous awakening can be passed on to others, without the necessity of paying money, acquiring a diploma or becoming a disciple.
"Like a candle that is lit can light another candle.”
Self Realisation through Sahaja Yoga - has been introduced in corporations (through the Center for Evolutionary Learning), schools (through the Health Corps and other programs), hospitals and prisons, with positive, documented results. (SELF-REALISATION' is the name given to this AWAKENING).
How Does This Happen?
Within every human being there is a Motherly and Soothing Spiritual Energy lying dormant at the base of the spine in the triangular sacrum bone, in three and a half coils - (The Greeks were aware that the bone they called hieron osteon (sacred bone or sacrum) carried within it a 'sacred' energy which lead to the Pneuma or Spirit).
Once this extraordinary benevolent, nurturing energy is awakened, it passes upwards through the nerve plexuses, along the spine inside the spinal cord, and passes through all the chakras or energy centers in our subtle system before coming out of the head at the fontanel bone area, opening the "Sahasrara" the last center (on top of our heads). One can feel this energy as a 'cool breeze' above the head, as well as in the palms of the hands.
This Mothering Energy that lies within every human being has been called by many names in the different traditions.
The Hindus called this energy Kundalini Shakti, the Greeks referred to this energy as "Pneuma". Islam speaks of "Ruh", and Jesus Christ called it "The Holy Spirit". In Jewish mysticism it was called as "Shekina" and long time before that, the Sumerians worshiped the Mother Goddess Inanna, which gives spiritual birth and the sacred breath. Several thousands of years ago, "Chaitanya" in India. "The Self", translated as "Divine Vibrations " in Sahaja Yoga.
Why is it necessary to Awaken or connect with this Mothering Energy that lies within?
Well, this energy, (sustained through the practice of Sahaja Yoga meditation), has a curative and balancing effect on our system. It also facilitates a restorative state known as 'Thoughtless Awareness', in which the mind is in a state of rest or sleep or tranquility and yet perfectly aware.
What makes Sahaja Yoga meditation different from other techniques is that this state of 'Thoughtless awareness happens spontaneously and without effort'.Because of its simplicity and accessibility, hundreds of thousands of people have received their self-realisation through Sahaja Yoga, with meditation centers in over 130 countries offering permanently free courses and community support to practitioners of this simple, yet vital meditation.
The experience of self-realisation through Sahaja Yoga offers significant benefits to those who dedicate even a small amount of time to daily meditation. It reduces stress and fatigue, restores emotional balance,and gives one a sense of peace and satisfaction even in the turbulent of circumstances. and more...
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