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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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Agnya chakra

The Agnya, situated in the middle of the brain, is the gateway to the last energy centre, the Sahasrara Chakra, and so it is the penultimate step on the journey to our Self-realization, our yoga, our union with Divinity. It is the Kundalini, the life force within each one of us, rising from its coils […]

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Meditation Music

Enjoy the following meditation music: Originally posted 2013-04-28 21:51:52. 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 Mooladhara chakra is situated at the base of the spine within the pelvic plexus. Moola means ‘root’ and adhara means ‘the support.’ It is the foundation of the whole subtle system and hence very important in Sahaja Yoga. On a gross level it governs excretion and sex. On a subtle level it is responsible […]

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