Yes, peace is within, but where?

true peace can be achieved in a matter of minutes by knowing the ways of this gentle energy called kundalini.

by Pragya Pradhan — 

Since time immemorial wise men have talked of a well-hidden secret, a sleeping beauty. It was known by many names — serpent power, which also appears on Athena’s shield, Holy Ghost in the West and kundalini in the East. Unbelievably, today that secret has been revealed. Thus, living as you are, true peace can be achieved in a matter of minutes by knowing the ways of this gentle energy called kundalini.

When one taps into the wonders of the kundalini, maximal benefits are attained physically, mentally and emotionally. But how do we tap this power? Can it be through imagination or concentration, mantras or exercise, maybe physical pleasures or perhaps meditating in the Himalayas? The answer is very simple — it is “sahaja,” meaning easy and spontaneous.

The kundalini lies dormant at the base of the spine in the sacrum bone, which is Latin for sacred. When this sleeping energy is awakened, she acts like a mother who has found her lost child. Thus, she gently nourishes our being and chakras, correcting and healing any signs of stress, insecurity, frustration, etc., and brings a feeling of great joy and satisfaction.

One of the first signs of kundalini awakening is complete peace. Then one can feel a distinct coolness on the hands that acts as a code into our well-being. Such sensations differ from normal feelings of hot or cold.

The kundalini teaches us how to become our own master. We can know through our hands where any difficulty lies in life and how to overcome it. The fingers represent different chakras or plexuses and one learns to decode the signals.

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, the world-renowned Sahaja Yoga teacher, explains that in ancient times only one person could awaken the kundalini of another and they kept it a secret, but now it is possible for the masses to awaken their kundalini effortlessly.

With an open mind and the desire, you too can experience the complete peace this new millennium brings.

 

Pragya Pradhan, of Phoenix, is an attorney who has practiced and taught Sahaja Yoga meditation techniques in India and America without charge for more than 16 years. www.azsahajayoga.org or 623-734-5952.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 26, Number 3, June/July 2007.

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