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I would like to speak to you about our thoughts and how they can make us shine and move forward or make attract negative situations and even make us ill.
Every thought we have turns to energy and that energy ends up in our aura.
Every thought, whether mental or emotional is connected to a chakra and affects it either positively or negatively. The energy is fed into our chakras and when they become blocked they affect our health.
A very broad and general outline would include…
Meditation is the basic practice to attain balance within our physical, mental and emotional bodies.
Meditation enables us to live with greater happiness in today’s stressful atmosphere.
Keeping yourself in balance should be a priority, but it can be a very tough task without Meditation.
Meditation provides the opportunity for everyone to receive joy and happiness in all aspects of their lives.
As you all know… Meditation is very important in our daily routine to keep us in balance.
As we need to eat three times daily to provide energy to our body, similarly, meditation is the food of our soul. It provides energy to our soul and also makes our path clearer to ascend on a higher path.
Sahaja Yoga was invented by H.H. Nirmala Devi in 1970. It is a form of ‘Self-Realization’ yoga based on the seven energy centers of our body, called Chakras.
Through meditation, the flow of cosmic energy in our body continuously increases, providing energy to these energy centers.
Let’s look at each of the Chakras and their natural qualities:
Colors can have a tremendous effect on us – as I am sure most of us have our favorite color which makes us feel good.
Color can be used to help us when we are feeling unwell or negative. Color can have an amazing effect on our emotions and moods.
Below I will touch on the surface of some of the colors and how you can use them.
Something that is common across many fields of study is success.
If you wish to be successful at your pursuit, find an expert and mold yourself in their image.
That it not to suggest that you lose your identity, but rather, to learn from them all that you can.
For those of us with a deep interest in spiritual growth, striving to be the best that we can be is a natural desire.
In this current day and age, India, believed to be the birth-place of meditation, is one of the only remaining countries in which it is possible to live a life completely dedicated to spiritual enlightenment. For most of us in the developed western world our spirituality most often fits in between our many real-world tasks and responsibilities.
So what can we learn from the world’s masters of spirituality? … The Indian Masters and Yogis.
Scientists tell us that everything is made up of energy. Ancient cultures have known this for thousands of years.
To speak briefly of the Chinese; their well-developed and proven healing systems are based around even and unencumbered flow of energy. They have detailed maps of Meridians, which are energy pathways around the body.
This energy has intense focal points called Chakras. There are 7 main chakras on the body.
Meditation can be used for many things, including; Increased connection with your true-self, to reduce stress, for spiritual growth, to calm a busy mind, for creative inspiration… and for Healing.
Self-healing in Meditation can be very powerful, with many individuals using it to overcome pain, dysfunction and disease.
Medical research is lagging far behind the accepted benefits from those who have experienced its power first hand, but as it’s an individual experience, what a doctor tells you what will and won’t work is irrelevant.
When meditating with healing in mind, it is important to set your intent before you begin. It clarifies your purpose, gives direction to your practice, and lets the universe know what you want to achieve.
With so much information on the internet to assist with your Spiritual Growth, it can be overwhelming knowing where to begin.
If you are interested in a Third Eye Chakra Meditation, this quick post is to tell you of a man named Anmol Mehta, who moderates the Mastery of Meditation, Yoga & Zen website.
Although this website has an extraordinary amount of great content, the search function, or skimming the most popular articles will surely get you reading and learning something of great interest.