Category Archives: Yoga Class 3

Talk about Subtle System

The following quotes are excerpts of the only book written by the founder of Sahaja Yoga, “Meta Modern Era” chapter 11. In the triangular bone, called “Sacrum”, there is a residual power of pure desire.  This bone was called the “sacrum”, by the Greeks, which means that they also knew that it was a sacred …

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Left channel or Ida Nadi

The left energetic channel or left side corresponds at physical level to the left Sympathetic Nervous System. In Sanskrit it is called as Ida Nadi or Tamo Guna; in Chinese tradition it is know as Yin. It is the “feminine” side of our personality and it is also defined as the moon side and, as …

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Right channel or Pingala Nadi

The energy that we use in our actions (physical and mental), comes from our right energetic channel or right side. At physical level it corresponds to the Right Sympathetic Nervous System. In Sanskrit it is called as Pingala Nadi or Rajo Guna. In Chinese tradition it is the Yang, that means the male principle; it …

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Central channel or Sushumna Nadi

The central channel is the channel of Evolution and at physical level it corresponds to the Parasympathetic Nervous System. In Sanskrit it is called as Sushumna Nadi or Sattva Guna. In Chinese tradition it is the same like Zhong or Shen; in condition of balance, it is the union of Yin and Yang, the union …

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Simple techniques for balancing your energy channels

Once you have got some confidence with your energetic system, you will be able to manage all the case you will meet. Sahaja Yoga techniques are very simple and natural, as they use all the natural elements: water, fire, earth, air, ether. We have already seen a technique that makes use of the water and …

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The energy channels and their archetypes

We have seen in a previous lesson that our energetic channels have specific characteristics that can be described by associating them to specific elements. For example we have seen that the Ida Nadi (left channel) manifests the cold, emotional side of us and it is represented by the Moon; similarly the Pingala Nadi (right channel) …

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Mantras for the energy channels

In a previous lesson we have started introducing mantras by practicing the OM (OM: the origin of all mantras). We have also seen that, in general, a mantra is an affirmation that could be a word or a sentence. The objective of uttering mantras is to awaken the principles residing in our chakras. Now, Sanskrit …

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Knowledge of the Roots

2nd Public Program, Vienna (Austria), 27 September 1982. Today again we are back together and I bow to you all who are the seekers of truth. Yesterday it was the introduction of Sahaja Yoga in which I explained to you what is the truth. A gentleman yesterday raised three, four questions regarding Kundalini. As I …

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