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"Very truly I tell you, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless they are born of water and the Spirit. Flesh gives birth to flesh, but the Spirit gives birth to spirit. You should not be surprised at my saying, ‘You must be born again.’ The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit."
New Testament, St. John, Chapter 3
"Pentecost", painting by Miguel Cabrera
Sahaja Yoga enables spontaneous union with the Self. “Saha” means “with” and “ja” means “born”. “Yoga” means Union with the Self. So, “Sahaja Yoga” means that the union with the self that is in us, occurs, spontaneously. This union is based on the awakening of a spiritual, maternal and intelligent energy coiled inside each of us, called Kundalini. This experience, called “Self Realization”, allows us to embark on the path towards the essence of our being, that is to say the Self, beyond the body, emotions, conditioning and ego. This energy can be felt early on as a cool breath that manifests in our hands and at the top of our head above the fontanel. At all times and in all spiritual traditions, the way of describing the manifestation of this energy and the Self has been in the form of a breath. Spiritus in Latin means breath.
"Friend, I dwell in your heart: Why seek Me elsewhere? I am neither in the temple, nor in the mosque, nor in the Ka'ba, nor in Kailash. I am neither in the rites or rituals, nor in yoga or renunciation. If you knew how to seek Me, you would find Me in an instant! Kabir said: Hear me, O brother Sadhu, He is the Breath of Breaths!"
Saint Kabir ( 1440 - 1518 )
Sahaja Yoga is the actualization of scriptures and sacred texts describing the enlightenment of the seeker of truth. Through this experience we get to the source that created us. As this awakening takes place despite the fact that we are not completely purified, it is not total, it is not complete. We must let our Kundalini do this work of inner cleansing and therefore take this path of transformation with patience and determination. The regular practice of meditation will let this energy nourish us with vibrations, regenerate our inner subtle being and consequently our physical, emotional and psychic body, balance our energies and our personality and little by little allow us to enter a new state. of consciousness called thoughtless consciousness where the Self, our unmanifest inner being, will be able to awaken to our consciousness. It is a state of fullness that brings us a new perception of ourselves and the world in which we live. A new form of consciousness called “Collective Consciousness” is also developing within us where we can perceive through our nervous system, in our hands and in our body, that we are part of the whole and can feel the whole. This experience is part of the evolutionary process of humanity, therefore it is not possible to pay for it, nor is it related to adherence to any belief or religion. It is a living process, which must manifest itself concretely within each person according to our desire to seek the truth and our openness of spirit.

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