Conventional religions are mistaken: God is not some being that is without. God is the divinity and the connection within us all. God is the “I am that I am”, the eternal spirit that resides within each of us.
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Posted by Come Meditate on April 29, 2014
Usually our life looks pretty much like this:
Sometimes we do not even have a goal but still face the same challenges. Life can be demanding and sometimes simply overwhelming. Many seek medical or mental help which often results in the intake of drugs with heavy side-effects. No wonder that people are searching for alternative ways.
Nowadays meditation has become really popular and rightfully so! But while meditation in general gives a wide variety of health benefits it does not make you completely free of your problems.
Imagine you have to carry a sack full of stones throughout your life: if you have the choice, would you rather learn how to live with it or get rid of it?
Most forms of offered help show you how to live with your problems and still enjoy your life. With the awakening of the Inner Energy the problem can be removed entirely from your subtle system. Because you perceive yourself in a new way the awakening of the Inner Energy is also called Self-Realization.
It allows you to dive deep into your own personality to explore it, develop it or transform it. In the classes of Sahaja Yoga Meditation you can learn for free how to find out where there is a problem, why it is there and how to remove it. You will be able to develop desired qualities easily and get rid of unwanted ones. It gives you complete control over your life and yourself. It gives you Inner Freedom.
Here is a wonderful experience of a lady who speaks about her “Nabhi Chakra” (the third energy-center) and what happened after she started to bring it into a balance.
The Inner Energy is the key and Meditation the Door into a new dimension of the Self
Meditation as the state of being in thoughtless awareness is the focus point where everything starts.
Here is a guided meditation to awaken the Inner Energy by the founder of Sahaja Yoga Shri Mataji. But even if you have your energy awakened already this meditation helps you a lot to get into the state of thoughtless awareness. Try it! Experiment with it! It is always for free.
Although this blog tries to give as much knowledge as possible (see the step to step guide) and to lead you into the experience of your inner being it actually cannot really replace a collective meeting where you meet like-minded people and experience the power of collective meditations. Also every person might need something different or something more specific according to his/her state so the coordinator of a program can give you great advice that fits exactly to what you need or want to know.
Here is list where you can find the nearest Sahaja Yoga Meditation meeting.
It is all about you and your connection to yourself, to others and to life! And if we can experience it together and share it with each other the better!
Hope to see you all there!
Posted by Come Meditate on February 26, 2014
Posted by Come Meditate on October 20, 2013
All over the world people stream to meditation programs to experience the awakening of their Kundalini, the Inner Energy. With this awakening we receive a new awareness, and realize that our self is much more than we could ever have imagined. Therefore the process is also called as self-realization.
Here you can see how the Inner Energy is awakened, and hear a personal experience from a lady who tried it out. If you would like to experience the awakening of your Inner Energy, click here. I hope you enjoy it!
Posted by Come Meditate on May 16, 2013
May 5th Declared World Realisation Day In Honour Of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, Founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation
The Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi Sahaja Yoga World Foundation is pleased to announce the recognition of 5th May as World Realisation Day, in honour of the work and vision of the founder of Sahaja Yoga meditation, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. The date marks the day in 1970 when Shri Mataji managed to transcend significant cosmic barriers through her meditation under a Bilva tree on a remote beach in Nargol India, and open the final Chakra called the Sahasrara.
By effecting this momentous change, Shri Mataji opened the door to a new era of universal emancipation through spiritual growth, and most importantly she enabled the opportunity for large numbers of people to receive their spiritual enlightenment quickly and easily. Instead of having to retreat to mountaintop austerity, anyone could energize the vital Kundalini energy inside of them and become connected to the cosmic spirit through yoga meditation.
Shri Mataji made this process, called self-realisation, into the root of a form of yoga meditation she called Sahaja Yoga. Uniquely among practices of this kind, the key is ‘thoughtless awareness’, which elevates through mental silence, rather than through using visualisation or other kinds of mental focus. This form of meditation has grown massively over the past 40 years and is now practiced in over 122 countries. Practitioners come from all walks of life and cultures, and typically discover the kind of peace, satisfaction and general well-being that modern society tends to degrade.
Shri Mataji, who as a young child worked with Mahatma Gandhi in the non-violent struggle for India’s independence, was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize and received the U.N. Peace Medal in 1989. She spent more than 40 years traveling the world to spread her message of peace and unity through her soothing form of meditation. Uniquely among the so-called gurus of the time, her key message was that every person carries the seed of their own mastery inside themselves. They can in effect become their own guru, without need to resort to dogma or ritual. The meditation would provide all that anyone needed to unlock the reality behind this material universe, and help them find purpose and enjoyment in their existence once more.
Shri Mataji passed away in 2011, but her legacy lives on in the lives and community work of her followers around the world. She repeatedly explained that every person has the right to obtain their self-realisation, and the process of delivering self-realisation to anyone who asks for it, free of charge and with no obligation, carries on today as strongly as when this extraordinary personality was alive.
The tree on the beach in India which was the only witness to the cosmic breakthrough has now been designated Nirmal Tree, named after Shri Mataji, and is officially recognized as a place of deep spiritual significance. It is hoped that the 5th May, a date which one day may rank as the most important anniversary in the history of mankind, will serve as a universal and suitably loving memorial to the guru of gurus and teacher of teachers, who brought tangible, meaningful spirituality to a world lost in fear and confusion.
More information can be found at www.shrimataji.org
Posted by Come Meditate on May 5, 2013