How fast are you ticking?

Some people may be able to keep their anger in check, but whether we exhibit it or not, we still harbor this explosive matter within us.

Some people may be able to keep their anger in check, but whether we exhibit it or not, we still harbor this explosive matter within us.

by Pragya Pradhan — 

If you do not have time to pause and enjoy life, then you are ticking too fast.

A speedy, hectic life exhausts the energy of our right or sun channel, which supplies energy for our physical and intellectual activities. Symbolically, we can say the yellow color of the sun channel turns to orange and then red as it is overheated. Such a personality may suffer from liver or spleen troubles. A speedy person can easily stress out and become frustrated and angry.

Some people may be able to keep their anger in check, but whether we exhibit it or not, we still harbor this explosive matter within us. As the world-renowned meditation teacher, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, states, “If we go on accumulating anger, it puts pressure on our liver and causes heat in the body, resulting in further complications.”

In this context, the term heat can be easily understood by a beginning practitioner of meditation, who feels it on the fingertips. This signal indicates the needs of a particular plexus, organ or chakra in the patient’s body, which the practitioner learns to decode and correct easily.

After doing Sahaja Yoga meditation, our body and mind tune in to the subtler forces of nature. Then, we are not only able to balance ourselves with the slightest movement of our hands on the affected region, but we can also rapidly respond to a simple prayer.

Christ said, “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.” Indeed, with even a little prayer of forgiveness, and without any particular event or person in mind to forgive, our body, mind and spirit will respond and eliminate the anger. The head will feel much lighter and other signs of stress or anxiety also will vanish.

If we find balance by using our hands or by prayer, we will discover wondrous and effortless meditation abilities and rejoice.

 

Pragya Pradhan is a qualified lawyer living in Phoenix, Ariz., and has practiced and taught Sahaja Yoga meditation techniques in India and America without charge for more than 16 years. www.azsahajayoga.org or 623-936-6227. 

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 25, Number 1, February/March 2006.

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