Sahaja Yoga Meditation integrates all religions so today we would like to honor Buddhas birthday which is celebrated on the full moon of May. Buddha was the one who taught how to overcome our Ego – all the false identifications we have about ourselves.
This was a challenging task but with Sahaja Yoga Meditation it is something that we can achieve despite our normal day to day life with family, jobs, etc.
So how is Sahaja Yoga Meditation different from other spiritual practices? – you may wonder. The difference is that Sahaja Yoga Meditation starts with the Awakening of your Kundalini. One of the first things you will experience is to feel – what we call – the vibrations in your hands. These vibrations show you your own inner state and with simple clearing techniques you have the ability to always bring back yourself into a balance, understand where you need to make changes in your life, and by meditating and clearing yourself on a daily basis transform yourself into a higher personality.
Now Buddha told three things which are very important, which are very useful for Sahaja Yogis to follow. He said,
“Buddham Sharanam Gachami. – I surrender myself to the enlightened one.”
Means what? I surrender myself to the one who is enlightened. In this case one can say it was Buddha. In your case it is your Spirit. You surrender yourself to your Spirit.
“Buddham Sharanam Gachami.” Buddha means the one which knows.
Then He says another thing,
“Dhammam Sharanam Gachami”,
means surrender yourself to the religion, which is true religion, which is the balance.
So what we find in every religion, there are problematic things but once you come to this pure religion, then you see the essence of it and the essence of it is that, that we are all Spirit and we are all related to each other, we are part and parcel of the whole.
So you go to the collective. So at the end He said,
“Sangham Sharanam Gachami.”
This is the very important point also.Shri Mataji, 1988-0723
With the Kundalini Awakening we achieve our innate (and therefore true) religion.
But when the Kundalini goes into this Nabhi Chakra, she enlightens our sustenance, our religion which is so innate. Nobody has to tell you that, “Don’t do this, don’t do that.” You yourself become your own master. You yourself become your own guru.Shri Mataji, 1989-0711
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