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"Sahaja yoga is different from other yogas because it begins with Self-Realization."

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Jul 20, 2011

The Day of Nabhi (Thursday)


Excerpt from packet on the Void:

The word Guru means weight or gravity, and this grounded state is one of the primary ways that we remain in balance in the midst of our turbulent existence. When the Kundalini rises and fills the Void our Attention is led out of the confusion and Maya, and into the awareness of the higher Reality. In this way we can take control of our own evolution without relying on external forces, eventually our own introspection will provide the answers and keys during our meditation. In a lot of cases the key will be to recognise a solution to our problem presented to us externally, but as we become our own master we are able to discern the right from wrong, the Truth from fiction.

Excerpts from packet on the Nabhi:

[One] aspect to the Nabhi Chakra is that of Dharma or right conduct in our lives. In order for us to maintain a state of satisfaction within, we have to exist in a state of satisfaction without; and this means appreciating the benefits of living an upright life. It cannot be an artificial process; it comes naturally through our Attention after our Realisation. Just as gold cannot tarnish, so Dharma cannot be altered. There is no relative state of Dharmic conduct; an act is either fundamentally right or not.

It must be remembered that these guidelines are there as examples for us to follow. We are not forced to do anything. In Sahaja Yoga you are your own judge and jury. The vibrations state the case for you, and then it is up to you to give the verdict and pass the sentence. This is a direct benefit of receiving your realisation, as you stop identifying with your weaknesses and become the witness to your true self.

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