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The subtle system of Sahaja Yoga

A hypothesis in Sahaja Yoga is that we have within us a subtle system with energy centres that can be felt after self-realisation. When we get self-realisation we become connected to the all-pervading energy of the cosmos, and as a result we become subtly aware of ourselves and others. In the diagram the energy centres, […]

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How Sahaja Yoga meditation works

Originally posted 2014-10-26 21:06:02. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Benefits of Sahaja Yoga

These are some of the benefits of practicing Sahaja Yoga, after self-realisation has been experienced: A state called thoughtless awareness occurs in which one is very alert, but does not need to think, and which is very peaceful. One experiences states of great joy, and even bliss. As a result Sahaja Yoga is effective in […]

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The swadisthana chakra rotates around the Void area, shown above as a green circle. It has two aspects, corresponding to the left and right channels. On the right channel it has the quality of creativity. Artists often have a problem with this centre as they tend to overuse it. On a physical level it governs […]

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The three channels

In each human being, the energy flows in one of three different channels. For simplicity we refer to them as the left, right and centre. Prior to Self-realization through Sahaja Yoga, the energy flows – the attention settles – in the left or the right. The left – the tamo guna – is concerned with […]

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