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:
The 1st Chakra, the Mooladhara Chakra:
It is the base or root chakra of our body. Its qualities are purity, innocence and wisdom.
The 2nd Chakra, the Swadisthan Chakra:
This is the second chakra of our body. It represents creativity. When this chakra gets energy then the person will become very creative, he will become some artist or inventor.
The 3rd Chakra, the Nabhi Chakra:
The third chakra Nabhi is the representation of our financial matters. It gives us peace and enjoyment of materialistic things.
The 4th Chakra, the Heart Chakra:
The fourth chakra is heart chakra. It gives us courage, strength and security. The person whose heart chakra is strong will become very brave and courageous.
The 5th Chakra, the Vishuddhi Chakra:
The fifth chakra is Vishuddhi chakra. This chakra takes care of our voice and sweetness.
The 6th Chakra, the Agnya Chakra:
This is the sixth chakra of our body. Its qualities are forgiveness and calmness.
The 7th Chakra, the Sahasrara Chakra:
The seventh chakra is Sahasrara or Crown Chakra that controls the flow of energy from the source to the body.
These energy of these Chakras are the reflection of all our moods and behaviors. Negative forces always try to weaken these chakras by their negative and dense energy, so cleaning your chakras from time to time is essential for optimal health.
We have five natural elements to clear our chakras. These five elements are Air, Water, Fire, Earth and Ether. By using these natural elements we can clear our chakras.
Pure Spirit needs pure and balanced mind and body. So meditate daily to become a more positive person.