Kundalini is the power within us, a motherly energy which lies dormant at the base of the spine in the sacrum bone (the ancient civilizations knew that in this bone resides a energy).
Self Realization 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 (fontanelle bone area) as a gentle "fountain" of coolness.
The Nervous System
Three and a half Kundalini string
Sahaja Yoga Meditation discovered a spontaneous method to awaken Kundalini energy without the necessity of paying money, acquiring a diploma, or becoming a disciple.
Self-realization is the name given to this awakening. The subtle energy known in Sanskrit as Kundalini resides at the base of the spinal cord. When awakened, this benevolent, nurturing energy passes upward through the nerve plexuses in the body and comes out of the top of the head at the fontanelle bone area. One can feel this energy as a cool breeze above the head, as well as in the palms of the hands.
This energy, sustained through the practice of Sahaja Yoga - meditation, has a curative and balancing effect on our system. It also facilitates a restorative state known as thoughtless awareness, in which the mind is in repose yet perfectly aware. What makes Sahaja Yoga meditation different from other techniques is that this state of thoughtless awareness happens spontaneously and without effort.
Because of its simplicity and accessibility, hundreds of thousands of people have received their self-realization through Sahaja Yoga, with meditation centres in over 90 countries offering permanently free courses and community support to practitioners of this simple, yet vital, meditation.
The experience of self-realization through Sahaja Yoga offers significant benefits to those who dedicate even a small amount of time to daily meditation. It reduces stress and fatigue, restores emotional balance, and gives one a sense of peace and satisfaction, even in the most turbulent of circumstances.
Get your own self-realization by following the steps of Shri Mataji