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Experience Self Realization - Kundalini Awakening, Atmasaakshaatkara, Brahmagyana (Sahaja Yoga) Follow along with HHShri Mataji Nirmala Devi speaking in Hindi giving Self Realization, Kundalini awakening at a Sahaja Yoga public program in Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh India 1991. (Hindi with some English) The process of awakening the Kundalini is called Self-Realisation. We can connect with our spirit and achieve meditation when the motherly, spiritual energy known as Kundalini becomes awakened and active. When this energy is flowing within us, it provides an expression for the Spirit - Atma. The dormant Kundalini energy rises from the sacrum through the spinal column. As a result, the energy centers or chakras become energized or nourished. When this energy passes through the brain we spontaneously achieve meditation. Self Realisation is the awakening of the Kundalini through the central channel, piercing through the six chakras above the sacrum bone and emerging at the top of the head (fontanel bone area) as a gentle “fountain” of coolness. The word fontanelle itself means “little fountain” which shows again the ancient knowledge about this phenomenon of Self Realisation Self Realisation has always been the ultimate goal of all religions and spiritual traditions of the world, but was extremely difficult to attain in the past. It has now become a mass phenomenon achieved effortlessly through Sahaja Yoga, which is Shri Mataji’s invaluable gift to humanity. In Shri Mataji’s own …
Anuloma Viloma means ‘Breathing through Alternate Nostril’. It is also known as Nadi Shodhana Pranayama. This Pranayama purifies the Nadis (energy pathways) in the body. Regular practice of this Pranayama will make the mind calm and relaxed. It cleanses the nadis and so the energy flow to all the body parts improves. It also helps to relax the mind and the heart.
Introduction to the philosophy and teachings of Sahaja Yoga meditation by its founder Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. More videos at www.sahajayogavideo.com
Restrict the opening of the throat and inhaling through both nostrils so that the air touches from the throat to the chest, making a sound while passing. Ujjayi is a combination of two Sanskrit words, ut, meaning “great” and jai, meaning “victory/success.”. so we can say that, one who practices this gets great success. It increases the lungs capacity. Normal breathing becomes easy. Helps to improve the health of thyroid gland. Improves the health of your heart and lungs. Helps to relax the mind. Improves oxygen level in the blood.
Presentado por www.musicofjoy.com.ar Music of Joy es un proyecto desarrollado por Sahaja Yoga presentado en forma de espectáculo que contribuye a través de la música y la danza, al despertar de la armonía y la paz que reside en cada uno de nosotros, experimentando la realización del ser propuesta por Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. Más info http