Take your first step to Sahaja Yoga Meditation with this guided meditation by Shri Mataji.
About Sahaja Yoga Meditation
Sahaja Yoga is a meditation technique developed by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi that involves the awakening of a subtle spiritual energy known as the Kundalini which lies dormant in the sacrum bone at the base of the spine. The word ‘sacrum’, as its Ancient Greek derivation suggests, indicates that this is not new knowledge. Sahaja means ‘born within you’ or ‘spontaneous’ and Yoga means ‘union with the divine’. The gentle awakening of this Kundalini energy and the inner journey of self discovery is known as Self-realization or Yoga. Those who have received Realization are known as ‘realized souls’ or ‘dweeja’ in Sanskrit, meaning ‘the twice born’.
About Kundalini Awakening (Self-realization)
The awakened Kundalini rises up the spinal column until it reaches the limbic region of the brain from where it pierces the skull at the fontanelle bone. Once awakened, the Kundalini can be felt coming out of the fontanelle bone as a cool breeze. This cool breeze can also be felt on the fingertips and on the palms of the hands. It is important to realise that we feel these sensations on our central nervous system. Hence the experience of Sahaja Yoga and of Kundalini awakening cannot be a belief – rather it is a scientific proof. In the same way that all human beings feel heat or cold depending on the temperature, all human beings experience Sahaja Yoga in the same way.