(Last Updated on : 09/03/2010)
Sahaja Yoga is the self-realization process, which can be achieved very easily as directed by Shri Nirmala Mataji.
During the experience of Sahaja Yoga one must keep the palm of the left hand upwards and at the same time place the right palm on the various part of the body on the left side, while keeping the eyes closed for the entire time. This is the way how one can be free of distractions and able to concentrate the attention. One might also take off shoes as mother earth sucks all the negativity through our feet.
After the end of the meditation one feels relaxed and thoughts slow down. This is the first stage of meditation, thoughtless awareness, where one is fully alert but without any thoughts. Thus one achieves the state of pure and peaceful consciousness.
Now,one can feel a sensation of a gentle cool breeze in the palms and above head after the Sahaja Yoga. But one might feel warm in the beginning, which indicates that kundalini energy is awakening and purifying the charkas, but it will eventually cool down. One can verify it by placing the left palm 6-12 inches above the head and then trying with the right palm. Thus Sahaja Yoga is an easy method to achieve.
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