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Sahaj yoga mantra sppn.info - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online. techniques and knowledge made freely available at Sahaja Yoga centres across the world. The Sahaja Yoga Mantra Book was presented to. Title: Blue book sahajayoga, Author: einareinars, Name: Blue book Footsoak**; sit on the earth; say mantra for this chakra; bandhan* the.

In the heart resides Shiva, is the Spirit. So you have to thank your Spirit that it has brought light to your attention because you are a Saint and the light that has come in your hearts has to enlighten the whole world.

So please now in your heart you pray. Let this light of my Love of the Divine spread to the whole world. With all sincerity and understanding that you are connected with the Divine and whatever you desire will happen with full confidence in yourself. Now put your right hand in the upper part of your abdomen on the left hand side. And now here is the centre of your Dharma. Here you have to pray: Let Vishwa Nirmala Dharma spread in the whole world.

Let people see the light through our dharmic life, through our righteousness. Let people see that and accept the Vishwa Nirmala Dharma by which they get enlightenment and a benevolent higher life and a desire to ascend. Now take your right hand in the lower portion of your abdomen, of the stomach on the left hand side.

Press it. Now this is the centre of pure knowledge. Here you have to say as Sahaja Yogis that our Mother has given us the full idea how the Divine works. She has given us all the mantras and all the pure knowledge that we could bear and understand.

Let all of us be fully knowledgeable about that. I have seen if the man is a leader, the wife does not know a word about Sahaja Yoga. If the woman knows about Sahaja Yoga, the husband doesnt know anything about it.

Let me be proficient and an expert in this knowledge, so that I can give realisation to people, make them understand what is Divine Law, what is Kundalini and what are the Chakras. Let my attention be more on Sahaja Yoga than on all these mundane things. Now put your right hand on the upper part of your abdomen and close your eyes.

Now here on the left hand side press it. Mother has given me the spirit and I have my own Guru which is the Spirit. I am master of my own. Let there be no abandonment. Let there be generosity in my behaviour. Let there be compassion and Love for other Sahaja Yogis. Let me not show off, but have a deep knowledge about Gods Love and His doing, so that when people come to me, I should be able to tell them about Sahaja Yoga and give them this great knowledge with humility and Love.

Now raise your right hand on your heart. Here you have to thank God that you have felt the ocean of joy and you have felt the ocean of forgiveness and the capacity to forgive as our Mother has, which we have seen is so tremendous. Let my heart expand and encompass the whole Universe and my Love should resound the Name of God.

The heart every moment should express the beauty of Gods Love. Take now your right hand on the left Vishuddhi between the neck and the shoulder in the corner.

I will not indulge into the falsehood of guilt because I know it is falsehood. I will not escape my faults but face them and eradicate them. I will not try to find fault with others, but in my own knowledge of Sahaja Yoga let me remove their faults. We have so many ways secretly we can remove the faults of others. Let my collectivity become so great that the whole Sahaja Yoga race is my own family, my own children, my home, my everything. Let me get that feeling completely, innately built within myself that I am part and parcel of the whole because we all have one Mother and let my concern go to the whole world to know what are their problems and how can my true desire power solve them.

Let me feel the problems of the world in my heart and let me try innately to remove all of them from the basis of which they are generated. Let me go to the principles of all this problems and try to remove them through my Sahaja Yoga powers, through my Saintly powers. Now put your right hand on your forehead across. Now here you have to say first: I have to forgive all those who have not come to Sahaja Yoga, those who are on the periphery, who come and go, who jump in and out.

But first of all and foremost I have to forgive all the Sahaja Yogis because they are all better than me. I am the one who tries to find fault with them but I am at the lowest end and I have to forgive them because I must know that I still have to go very much further. I am still much less, I have to improve myself. This humility has to come within us.

So you have to say here: Let there be the humility in my heart in a true sense, not hypocritical. Work out this feeling of forgiveness so that I bow to reality, to God and to Sahaja Yoga. You should ask for forgiveness.

In your intelligence you should know What I Am. I dont have to tell you again and again, not at Sahasrara.

You have to thank Me at Sahasrara, put your hand, move it seven times and thank Me seven times. Mother, thank You very much for the realization. Mother, thank You very much for making us understand how great we are and thank You very much for bringing all the blessings of the Divine and thank You very much for raising us higher, much higher than from where we were and also thank You very much for sustaining us and for helping us to improve ourselves and correct ourselves.

And thank You very much ultimately that, Mother, You have come on this earth, taken Your birth and that You are working so hard for us, for all of us.

Press it hard.

And move it hard. Now take down your hands. Heads are all very hot. So now let us give ourselves a nice bandhan. In the bandhan of Mother let us move our left to the right. One, Nicely.

Understand what you are. What are your auras. Now again second one. Now the third one. Now the fourth one. Our culture has been to know God. Apart from that, when the Kundalini moves, She makes vibrations. She makes special sounds, which are Devanagari sounds on different Chakras. Even when you recite mantras through the Sanskrit language or Devanagari pronunciations only, you can excite them better. Try to learn, if not Sanskrit at least Hindi, because, it being a phonetic language, it has a sound and that sound gives that vibratory effect..

Pune, The correspondence of Sanskrit letters with the Chakras is given on page Reciting Mantras Mantras may be recited in several ways. There is Japa where the mantra is mumbled almost under the breath. Then there is a more clearly intoned address to the Deity in a higher pitch used in collective situations.

The more from the Heart we can make our mantras, the better, which is why Shri Mataji recommended knowing the meanings of mantras and the devotional songs we sing. Artificiality and ritualism should be avoided.

Saying mantras collectively is more powerful and effective. This is good for a mantra starting Om Twameva sksht. These have been transposed into the Nominative. In this edition, the last part of the Sahaja Yoga mantra is written: hr Nirmal Devyai namo nama. When a balanced perspective is achieved, actions to solve problems or improve well-being become more enlightened. We will express a refined sense of discretion and diplomacy. One of the most pervasive of all attachments is guilt, which blocks the left Vishuddhi.

While perhaps useful at an earlier stage of human evolution, it has now become an obstinate barrier to growth, for we use it to immobilise ourselves against identifying weaknesses and taking corrective action. Let us recognise that ignorance is a normal state for those who are open to learning.

Let us accept that it has to be overcome. For the right Vishuddhi, which governs speech, we Vishuddhi Chakra No. Because this love is the same force that comprises Spirit — it is inside and outside all human beings. This awareness that Spirit permeates all, leads to the collective consciousness which leads to a new respect and reverence for each other.

It leads to a desire to be closer together. It leads to sweetness within relationships. It leads to peace. When this chakra is open and healthy, the Kundalini pierces through, causing the thought waves to quiet down.

The benefit is that the spaces between thoughts or pauses between the words also increase. The attention can then be attached to the pause or silence and a thoughtless state achieved which is full awareness.

The subtle system now becomes a receiving instrument, not just a sender. When the constant chattering of the mind stops, like a blaring radio being turned off, one feels a great sense of relief and peace.

As one progresses in the ability to maintain a thoughtless state for longer periods of time, an exploration of a whole new universe begins. You learn to take in more of the life energy that is constantly radiating from the God source. Your own vibratory rate increases tremendously and you become a stronger positive force in the world. You learn to open up your receiving powers at will and you understand that there is a Main Frame database that is infinite and that it is yours to tap into whenever you need it.

You become humble to the vastness of this network in which you are always receiving full, loving attention — and yet at the same time, are such a minute part. The major problems of our conditioning that have tended to block the opening of this chakra focus on the ego and superego.

These two essential features tend to swell up like balloons from the excess energy we generate from too much mental and physical activity on the right side or too much emotional activity on the left side.

In this swollen state, the central channel is blocked, stopping the Kundalini from rising through and out the top of the head. This is why our behaviour in the past tended to be like a pendulum swing from left to right — from very happy to - 15 - very sad, or from very angry to very peaceful, or very energetic to very tired.

From overly inflated egos, many kinds of problematic attitudes and behaviours have resulted. One of the most detrimental to some societies has been arrogance and aggressiveness that result in condemnation and contempt. These negative attitudes create tensions in the cells inside the body and if held in place, become a primary cause of malfunctioning organs and glands.

This malfunctioning leads to disease. In order to release the tensions that we create inside our subtle systems from such attitudes, we must develop the positive attitude of forgiveness.

Forgiveness that comes from the heart is sending powerful positive energy in the form of compassion into the subtle system and works like a soothing massage to dissolve the tensions away. Forgiveness works as an essential treatment for helping to clear other chakras, as tensions from our past have tended to settle all over the body, not just at the Agnya chakra. Another problematic conditioning that most of us share that blocks the Agnya chakra is worry.

This practice sends anxiety into the body that also creates tensions in our cells that obstruct the smooth workings of the subtle system. The habit of worrying comes from the egocentric false belief that we have to think of and take care of everything by ourselves.

Finally, taking aggression upon ourselves is as wrong as aggressing others for it inflates the other obstructing balloon, the superego where all past conditionings are stored. People slipping into the superego tend to be depressed, lethargic… or just messy.

Sahasrara Chakra No. It is here — that all the chakras and all the channels of the subtle system come together and are integrated into a whole. When the Kundalini passes through the top of the head, at the fontanel area, your realisation is manifested. When your attention is on the Sahasrara, you are in touch with your whole Self, which is the Spirit.

The goal of Sahaja Yoga is to become the Spirit… a spiritual being… no longer directed by the back and forth play between the ego and the superego.

Our Spirit introduces us at last to Absolute Freedom. Sahasrara is the Promised Land where this freedom is granted. The beginner of Sahaja Yoga receives Self-realisation at the start with the raising of the Kundalini. Usually, only a few strands of Kundalini can rise at first, and the Chakras will open only slightly.

Meditation and other simple techniques described in other places in this book provide daily opportunity to gradually cleanse and clear the chakras. As they open wider, more strands of Kundalini will rise up.

Your ability to feel vibrations will increase. Sometimes they will register on the fingers of the hands, in the form of tingling or numbing sensations. Sometimes you will feel the vibrations inside your body in your chakras. Sometimes you will feel a cool breeze flowing out of the top of the head … sometimes the breeze will be warm when your Kundalini is working or clearing a chakra.

As you continue cleaning your instrument through which your Spirit can work with the Divine, you will be- - 16 - come more aware of the vibratory state of life around you.

You will become more open and receptive to the beautiful, positive vibrations radiating from nature trees, mountains, flowers, clouds and sky. But, of course, there is much more to Sahaja Yoga than all this. Sahasrara is the tabernacle of the higher synthesis between our consciousness and divinity. To express the glory of this dimension, words and thoughts fail. The opening of the Sahasrara is the very special gift of Shri Mataji to mankind.

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Through years of selfless and very hard work, she has displayed the most awesome, and the most benevolent spiritual power. She is the only one who has opened the Sahasrara Chakra at a collective level, for thousands of seekers. Our relationship to her is guided by this sense of awe and gratitude.

The Subtle System, The Channels and the Void The autonomous nervous system is placed within the spine and is divided into three main channels Nadis. The left and right channels comprise the sympathetic nervous system that we use for our conscious physical, mental and emotional activity.

The centre channel houses the parasympathetic nervous system that controls the involuntary activities of breathing, heartbeat and other reflex unconscious o o o o Left Channel Right Channel Central Channel The Void - 17 - activities. The network of this system corresponds to subtle energy channels called Nadis in Sanskrit. These Nadis link the chakras together to permit coordinated interaction and provide the conduit through which the life energies flow.

Like the chakras, these channels must be kept clear of catches and imbalances to maintain a healthy revitalising human system. It begins at the Mooladhara and runs up the left side, crossing the Agnya chakra into the temple and superego on the right side of the brain. It provides the conduit for the energy of our desire.

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From these wishes, our emotions are triggered. Emotions are actually desires that have not yet materialised. These desires and the attendant feelings about them travel through this left channel to the appropriate places in the body to bring about the actions of fulfilment.

Our desires are essential for action. Without their impetus we would have nothing to act upon.

The greatest quality of the left side is to provide joy that is the steady condition of the Spirit. You may remember having this joy as a child, or you may have observed it in small two- or three-year-old children.

They usually wake up in the morning happy. While they may experience physical or emotional pain once in a while throughout their day they do not cling to it with memory. Rather, they cry, recover and resume the steady state of joy. The desire for this joy is still alive inside us, the same as it was when we were infants.

It may be blocked or covered with "tarnish" from emotional or physical hurts experienced in living life. Before Sahaja Yoga, we did not have effective techniques for clearing away the hurts and blows that are normal for those of us living active lives.

The practice of Sahaja Yoga helps us remove those old tensions and recover that joy as a steady state of being. Problems of the left side tend to result in passivity or emotional extremism whereby we are thrown between elation and depression.

With this type of imbalance, self-discipline becomes difficult and bad habits become hard to correct. In the worst case, we will become lethargic and self-obsessed. Because this channel feeds into the skull area, pressure on the brain becomes excessive. This cycle is what causes mental breakdown, epilepsy and senility decay of the brain.

It begins at the Swadisthan Chakra and travels up the right side.

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It crosses over to the left temple ego at the Agnya Chakra. It provides the conduit for our active energy. This energy is comprised of our mental and physical activities. When the demand for energy on this side is too great, the left side is weakened; the desire to have the joy of the Spirit evaporates.

When the right side dominates, the personality becomes very dry and aggressive. Excess pressure shoots up into the temple and into the ego, causing it to inflate into a balloon that blocks the central channel. The entire system is thrown off balance. Blinded by ego, sensitivity to our own emotions is diminished.

Taken to this extreme, rightsided behaviour leads to heart disease. It is difficult to maintain equilibrium between emotions and actions when the work, school and shopping environments are highly aggressive and stressful. It is difficult to maintain a peaceful home where the imbalances and negativities can be corrected and purified.

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Instead, most of us go back to work or school with the accumulated negativities of the past still clinging to our systems.

Sahaja Yoga practices are effective at removing negativity and balancing the chakras and channels. You can revitalise yourself and the relationships around you, simply by working on yourself from the inside out.

It begins at the place where the Kundalini resides and passes straight up the spine to the highest chakra. As the conduit for the parasympathetic nervous system, the central channel coordinates our involuntary system activities. We do not have conscious control over these activities.

These operations are performed regardless of where our attention is focussed. They seem to have no need for our conscious leadership and control. We have discovered that the human system is so vast and so ingenious that even to get some type of rudimentary understanding of it, requires recognition of our ignorance of it. Now we may start learning something new and this is what Sahaja Yoga is about.

The activities that take place through the parasympathetic system are as follows: They happen naturally, without our doing anything. The rising of the Kundalini and her work, as well as all other spiritual activities, are spontaneous.

Hence, the term Sahaja was selected to label this type of yoga because it means spontaneous. The implication of the parasympathetic nature of the middle path is that the rise of the Kundalini is totally beyond our own volition or control. This is why, Shri Mataji has to act as a catalyst. Once our Kundalini has been awakened and has travelled through this central channel, out the top of the head, we can begin to become aware of the vast internal galaxy of our subtle system. The word illusion means a mistaken belief or false perception.

We have to conquer these illusions before we can experience the truth and beauty of the Spirit. It is a circular area in the abdominal region that becomes enlightened when Kundalini rises. Kundalini fills this empty area in our central nervous system and neutralises our illusions, so that we can experience truth and reality.

Void contains all our illusions concerning reality. True reality hides behind these illusions. Thus, as long as we don not know the truth the way we look upon life and live it will be an illusion and therefore without much value as we then base our existence on false premises. The Void forms a circle that fills the abdominal area and includes Chakras No. The Swadisthan actually moves in the Void as it rotates around the Nabhi. The shift in our attention from concern about our food, clothing, homes and family love to concern about our spiritual nature requires passage through the Void.Parama Druthishe He is the one who cares for the emancipation of others.

We gradually become our Spirit: Absolute Truth, attention and Joy. Most of us were not born with our Kundalini awakened.

Shastravirya He is the Essence of the scriptures. This humility has to come within us. Shri Mataji has given thousands of lectures, given many television and radio interviews, and been the subject of hundreds of newspaper articles around the world. You will learn to absorb these vibrations and to understand what they mean.

We do not have conscious control over these activities.