YOGA

When unconscious became conscious this is Samadhi

Deities in our chakras February 6, 2012


 

Swadhistan chakra February 10, 2011


 

Your inner roots of peaceful balance (Mooladhara chakra) April 9, 2010


 

The Three Channels – Sahaja Yoga February 28, 2010


 

Mooladhara chakra November 6, 2009


 

Purification of Swadhistana chakra May 24, 2008


From couple of months my attention was to find relations between different asanas and chakras.

Couple of days ago I start my meditation with couple of minutes in Padmasana (Lotus Pose) and after I remain in  Siddhasana.

My personal feeling was very quick purification of Swadhistana chakra, specially the right side.

During this exercise, please use your vibratory awareness and discrimination. 

Good luck. 

 

 

SELF – CONFIDENCE April 11, 2008


The word ‘Self – Confidence’ has got a great meaning. When we say lack of ‘Self – Confidence’, it means lack of understanding one’s own Self. And why do we fail to do that is because we don’t know how much power each individual has within himself.

Following is an attempt to understand our real inner -self and how understanding of that helps us build up the Self – Confidence and thus become a Fearless person.

The lack of Self – Confidence within a person implies some obstruction on the 4th Centre ( Anahata / Heart Chakra ). After Self – Realization, when this Heart chakra is enlightened, divine vibrations start flowing through this chakra.

These divine vibrations make you feel strong and make you confident of taking the right decisions. You can take the right decisions because of the wisdom that developes within you with the enlightenment of the 1st Centre ( Mooladhara Chakra ).

Related topics:

MIND or HEART?

 

GOD CAN BE KNOWN April 10, 2008


 

You don’t have to believe in God in order to experience God.
— Deepak Chopra – Ageless Body, Timeless Mind and The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success

According to Chopra, the brain is hardwired to know God. The human nervous system has seven biological responses that correspond to seven levels of divine experience. These are shaped not by any one religion (they are shared by all faiths), but by the brain’s need to take an infinite, chaotic universe and find meaning in it.

How to Know God describes the quest each of us is on, whether we realize it or not. For, as Chopra puts it, “God is our highest instinct to know ourselves.” This book makes a dramatic and enduring contribution to that knowledge.

Quote from Chapter One

“One bald fact stands at the beginning of any search for God. He leaves no footprints in the material world. From the very beginning of religion in the West, it was obvious that God had some kind of presence, known in Hebrew as Shekhinah. Sometimes this word is simply translated as “light” or radiance. Shekhinah formed the halos around angels and the luminous joy in the face of a saint.

It was feminine, even though God, as interpreted in the Judeo-Christian tradition, is masculine. The significant fact about Shekhinah was not its gender, however. Since God is infinite, calling the deity He or She is just a human convention.( *) Much more important was the notion that if God has a presence, that means he can be experienced.

He can be known. This is a huge point, because in every other way God is understood to be invisible and untouchable. And unless some small part of God touches the material world, he will remain inaccessible forever.”

* A note on gender: Finding a pronoun for God is not easy. In keeping with common tradition, this book uses he. But surely God transcends all gender. I could have rotated three different pronouns–he, she, and it–but that would not have gotten any nearer to the truth, and it would have made for very clumsy reading.

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WHERE IS GOD?

PATANGALI’S YOGA SUTRAS END GITA ABOUT KUNDALINI

HOW I FEEL AFTER THE KUNDALINI IS RAISED?

HOW KUNDALINI WORKS?

Knowledge of our roots

KUNDALINI

Why we need to purify our chakras?

Mother Kundalini

 

WHAT ARE CHAKRAS? April 2, 2008


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Science has proven that each cell in our bodies gives off small electromagnetic radio waves, almost imperceptible to all but the most sensitive of equipment. Our body as a whole unifies a complex array of these cells into a living, breathing and thinking organism that is a miracle of nature.

With this is mind, it isn’t much of a leap to consider that these cells, working in tandem, may be capable of something far more advanced than we are aware of. We already know that the heart, lungs and brain are capable of performing unbelievable feats on a daily basis. This is just one example of cells working together towards a common goal.
Many religious texts refer to energy centers distributed throughout different regions of the human body. Often they are nearby major organs or nerve centers in our spine. These energy centers are often referred to as Chakra, a word descended from the Sanskrit word meaning wheel or disc.
Chakras are spinning vortexes of energy and light that greatly affect our well-being, whether we are aware of them or not. It is generally agreed that there are seven major chakras distributed throughout the human body. There are also many more minor energy points known as meridians which play a slightly less important role in your well-being.
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Knowledge of our roots
Why we need to purify our chakras?
 

PATANGALI’S YOGA SUTRAS END GITA ABOUT KUNDALINI March 25, 2008


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Public Lecture (New Delhi ’83)

Question – In spite of tremendous stress on Kundalini by Your Holiness, it is hard for me to reconcile myself with the fact that there is not the slightest reference of Kundalini in the authoritative guides on yoga – I mean Patangali’s Yoga Sutras or Gita. Why?
Shri Mataji: Yes it is surprising that people will say … He says that in Yoga Sutras of Patangali it is not written about Kundalini and also about Gita it’s not written about Kundalini. Is a fact because, you see, it was a secret science. It was kept a secret science, in my first lecture only I said, till the Sixth Century.
In the Sixth Century, Adi Shankaracharya for the first time opened his mouth about it. It was a secret science with very great gurus like Janaka gave Realization to Nachiketa.And in the same way Shri Krishna did not talk about it, because you see even when Markandeya talked about it, people did not know what he was talking. They never thought him to be a sensible man.
Then later on as the people became into two compartments, one on the right, one on the left side, some started worshipping God in a devotion and in a bhakti way, the another started doing yagya havanadi things. So whatever was required for these two types of things evolved and that’s what developed. The central side of evolution was kept a secret. And even at the time of Shri Krishna it was not mentioned, not a word about this thing was mentioned because this is an internal happening, it’s antar yoga. It was not described, but Shri Krishna hinted at it, that you have to have your yoga. But how, He did not say because that was not the time. He was the one who laid the seeds. That’s why He is called as Krishna. Krishna means “krishi,” the one who has done krishi. So this one was laid, the sprouting had to come. Today it was to be told.
So I am telling you about it. Everything is not told at the same time. Same in Sahaja Yoga. We don’t tell you everything at this state. About Agnya Chakra I have told you something, but not all. Gradually when you will be so aware, I will tell you. It has to be seen how far to be said at what time. And that’s what was needed at that time was told by Krishna. So Gita is the one which only tells you that this will happen. But Gyaneshwara, who was born after the sixth century, in Gyaneshwari has written about Kundalini clearly. Because, though Gita it is not written, but he said, “this is how it is done.” Gynaeshawara has written. Though he has written, it’s not, it’s the Gita translated into a common language, he put also the knowledge of Kundalini. Because at that time, it was to be told. Before that, it was not to be told.
Shankaracharya in the sixth century did it, then Gyaneshwara did it, then Nanaka did it, then Kabira did it. All these people did it. Not only, but even Mohammed Sahib in a way has talked about it – about the Sahaja Yoga and resurrection time. They all started talking about the resurrection time much later as they started seeing people getting it. Because to talk too much about the future is dangerous.
That time Shri Krishna was placed with Arjuna when they were at the war, and that time He had to talk about the problems of hinsa, ahinsa and those ideas which we have about – wrong ideas we have. And that’s how He talked on that subject. Whatever was the subject, He talked on that and He told him how to become one with God … not how…that when you become one with God, you become a stithapragya. He gave the idea as to what will happen to you. But how it will happen He did not say. That was left to me to explain. They can’t do everything, I have to do something, isn’t it? Because if He had said how, then they would have said, “Give me Realization.” But they were not prepared for realization.
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HOW I FEEL AFTER THE KUNDALINI IS RAISED?
HOW KUNDALINI WORKS?
Knowledge of our roots
KUNDALINI
Why we need to purify our chakras?
Mother Kundalini
 

 
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