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self-realizationAfter Self-realization

Self-realization happens when the kundalini has become awakened in your subtle system. It has risen to the highest of the subtle centers in the body – the Sahasrara. You may have felt the kundalini as a cool breeze emanating from the top of your head or on the center of your palms.

You will certainly feel the results of this experience over the next few days or weeks – physically, emotionally, spiritually. This initial experience can be enhanced and strengthened through meditation and by taking a little time each day to cleanse your subtle system so that the kundalini can flow more freely.

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Am I meditating correctly?

True meditation is thoughtless awareness. Our brain is silent but we are fully aware of our surroundings. The Sahaja objective is to deepen this state of thoughtless awareness. We do this by regular meditation – allowing more strands of the kundalini to rise. As we meditate, our kundalini begins to clean our chakras. Conditionings, which are bad for our health and create stress and disease within us, are gradually removed. As a result, we feel more at peace and balanced in our daily life.

What do I feel?

As we meditate, we gradually establish our awareness of vibrations. That is, we become aware of vibrations on our hands and around our body and feel sensations of buzzing, tingling, heat or pain on our fingertips and sometimes within the body. By decoding these signals, we learn which of our chakras need attention.

Short regular sessions work best

To grow in this new awareness, we need to meditate everyday on a regular basis. Begin by enjoying the peace and stillness for as little as 10 to 15 minutes a day. Only through regular meditation can we grow and develop our subtle awareness, allowing us to unlock and reveal all of the benefits.
And the benefits gradually become your life

Almost immediately, with regular meditation, you will find that you are feeling more relaxed and at peace. The joy begins to return into your life. Also, gradually over the first few weeks or so of regular meditation, you will start to feel various sensations on your hands, or throughout your body at the chakras. This is a very good sign, indicating a growing awareness of the subtle body within. You may also notice that you become more peaceful in your behaviour.

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