About  Meditation and our subtle body

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Beyond our physical body which we are all familiar with, we also have a subtle body, a spiritual body which contains the essence of our being, what makes us who we are. Our physical body is a mere vessel for this spiritual body. Many people all over the world throughout history, from the founder of Analytical psychology Carl Jung to ancient philosopher Lao Tzu, have tried to examine and explain the intricacies of this unseeable and unmeasurable part of our being and have given different names to its different parts and processes: Anima, Kundalini, Persona, Tao, Roh, collective unconscious, Individuation, Chakras, Nadis, etc.


At the base of this subtle body, resides the Motherly energy of Kundalini. Awakening of this energy leads to self realization, a process which lifts our attention beyond the thoughts and unites it with the present moment and the absolute reality. That's when we reach thoughtless awareness and get into mediation.

 


BUT HOW DO WE KNOW THIS HYPOTHESIS IS TRUE OR NOT?
YOU SHOULD EXPERIMENT


YOU CAN EXPERIENCE SELF REALISATION BY FOLLOWING THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY SHRI MATAJI IN THE VIDEO BELOW


If you have followed the video

CONGRATULATIONS! YOU HAVE ACHIEVED REALIZATION!

Sssooooo.... what's next!?

Self realization and the awakening of the Kundalini are the first steps in the journey of self-discovery and meditation.
Whether you want to enjoy the many benefits that come with meditation or are simply curious to know more about yourself or about Sahaja Yoga, you have to meditate regularly.

There are many people all over the world who regularly practice Sahaja Yoga meditation and in weekly meetings, teach people the techniques of Sahaja Yoga, for free. If you want the deepen you experience and get the most out of meditation, you can visit your free local meetings, or if that is not possible, you can learn more by following the online meditation course.