Chakra #7: The Sahasrara, Silence and Integration with the Divine.

In the Sahasrara, the whole instrument is integrated. Each chakra has its place here. When Kundalini reaches Sahasrara the lotus petals open and enlightenment (samadhi) takes place. You may feel a flow of cool vibrations from the fontanele bone area on top the head. Putting our attention on this chakra can help us experience mental silence – the true meditation.

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Chakra #6: The Agnya Chakra, Forgiveness

The Agnya Chakra, sometimes called the third eye, is placed at the centre of the brain. When Kundalini passes through the chakra, our thought waves elongate so that the space between two thoughts grows wider. As the petals of the chakra open, silence blossoms in the centre and spreads outwards, pushing the thoughts to the periphery of your awareness. In thoughtless awareness, you actually feel this beautiful silence which is at the heart of creation. Just like the vibrations, this expansion of silence is a wave created without percussion. Absolute and therefore beyond causality, all you can say is that it is.

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Chakra #5: The Vishuddhi Chakra, Diplomacy & Collective enjoyment

The Vishuddhi chakra has sixteen petals, each with different qualities and functions. On the physical side, it looks after throat, arms, face, mouth, teeth, etc., so they must all be taken care of. For instance, protecting yourself from the cold, avoiding tobacco, taking proper dental care, and so on. This is particularly important for your vibratory awareness, as the nerves which register the vibrations in the hands pass through this centre.

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Principles & the daily practices.

An introduction to the principles of Sahaja Yoga with discussion on the daily practices. Features a talk from Her Holiness Shri Mataji – 1992 Wollongong Australia.

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TV Interview with Shri Mataji, founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation (Video)

Shri Mataji is asked about her time with Mahatma Gandhi when she was a child in India. She also explains the meaning of Self-Realisation.

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