(Last Updated on : 15/06/2017)
Sahaja Yoga is a way of special meditation
based on the experience of Self Realization or Kundalini awakening
which might occur within the human body. Shri Mataji advocates that self-realization is the highest achievement of human being. Through Sahaja Yoga, an inner transformation takes place in human being, which helps one to become moral, united, balanced and integrated. Sahaja Yoga is the way to arouse divine power as the cool breeze. This power inherits the spiritual tradition of the world.
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi introduced Sahaja Yoga in 1970 among the commoners in India as well as abroad. She is an erudite woman who took active part in the freedom movements of India
. Shri Mataji possessed spiritual power from her very childhood but she adopted the path of spiritual mission only after fulfilling her familial duties. Mataji rediscovered the ancient art of Sahaja Yoga, which brought her worldwide recognition.
Concept of Sahaja Yoga
Sahaja Yoga is an ancient practice, which brings the sensation of all pervading divine powers in the human being. By practicing Sahaja Yoga one can reach the absolute understanding about oneself. The aim of this method of meditation
is to achieve self realization through Kundalini Awakening.
Method of Sahaja Yoga
Sahaja Yoga is a very easy method to achieve self-realization. One can feel gentle cool breeze in the palms and above head after Sahaja yoga method is done. Sahaja Yoga brings relaxation
in mind and body. It is very important to forgive everyone before performing the Sahaja yoga.
Self Realization in Sahaja Yoga Meditation
Self realization is the awakening of Kundalini. Kundalini rising is very easy by Sahaja Yoga meditation. Kundalini is the power of pure desire in human being. Kundalini is located at the base of the sacrum and is aroused through the central channel of the body by piercing the 6 charkas. This brings self-realization that takes the human being to the better state of life.
Channels in Sahaja Yoga Meditation
There are many channels or >Nadi in human body to carry the energy, among which 3 channels are the main namely; the central channel or the Sushumna Nadi, right channel or Pingala Nadi, Ida Nadi or left channel. Energy of different types flows through the channels, which control the physical, mental and emotional balance in human body.
Chakras in Sahaja Yoga Meditation
When Self Realization is achieved through Sahaja Yoga, it helps to nourish and activate the Chakras also. Chakras are the whirling centres of energy in a human body. If the Chakras do not work properly, imbalance occurs in various organs. So it is very important to arouse the 7 Chakras of the body through Sahaja Yoga.