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Mooladhara chakra

The first center of our subtle system is the Mooladhara chakra. This chakra is placed below the sacred bone, in the pelvic plexus. On our hands, it is reflected at the base of our palm. In our feet, it is reflected in the heels. It regulates the sexual organs and the excretory organs. Having a …

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Mooladhara chakra: symbols and traditions

The Mooladhara chakra is place in correspondence of the pelvic plexus, just below the sacred bone. It is not crossed by Kundalini when she rises. Nevertheless, it is the most important chakra, because it supports the Kundalini herself: if our Mooladahra chakra is strong and steady, then our Kundalini will be steady and will settle …

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Physical exercises for Mooladhara chakra

The Mooladhara chakra is the first of our subtle system and is placed at the bottom of our spine, just below our sacred triangular bone. By sitting on the ground, we can help it very much, as the ground can remove its tensions. So, sitting on the ground with crossed legs (position of lotus) would …

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Mantras for Mooladhara chakra

Now, we are finally starting with the mantras for our chakras. Since we are invoking universal principles though, these mantras can be used for every purpose, like clearing an environment (at subtle level of course), for clearing someone else’s chakras and so on. Again, we will see affirmations in English language and Sanskrit mantras. As …

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Talks about Mooladhara chakra

Innocence and Spirit I told you, innocence is the Spirit, and Spirit is the innocence, which cannot be destroyed by anything. The fact is that it cannot be destroyed by anything, and it can be re-established through Sahaja Yoga. You might have been a very aggressive person, you might have been a very unhappy person, …

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Innocence and chastity

Innocence and chastity are often mentioned in the lessons of this Yoga course and so it could be useful, for a better comprehension, to know the sense that we attribute to them in Sahaja Yoga, that acquires different nuances from what is commonly thought. What usually happens is that innocence is confused with ingenuousness, while …

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Wisdom of Shri Ganesha

There is another nice story about Shri Ganesha, that shows His wisdom and His devotion to His mother. Day came that both Shri Ganesha and Shri Kartikeya, the beloved sons of Shri Shiva and Shri Parvati, were in age to get married. But they did not know who should have been the first to get …

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Children learn what they live

If a child lives with criticism, he learns to condemn. If he lives with hostility, he learns to be aggressive. If he lives with ridicule, he learns to be shy. If he lives with shame, he learns to feel guilty.

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Creation of Shri Ganesha

One day, two friends, Jaya and Vijaya made realise to Goddess Parvati that Shri Shiva, Her husband, had under His rule a lot of attendants (the Ganas), while She had none. One morning, while Shri Parvati was taking Her bath, Shri Shiva ordered the sacred bull Nandia to let Him in and met the Goddess while …

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