Sahaja Yoga is an effective meditation and realization technique. In the process of awakening the inner energy, it will be possible to learn meditation methods to continue the practice at home. Meditation in a state of no thought is one of the key tools of human spiritual evolution.
The subtle human system is controlled by three vertical energy channels and seven main energy centers. Through the process of Self Realization in Sahaja Yoga, the subtle system is fully activated with the awakening of the Kundalini which is the mother and spiritual energy present in all human beings.
Energy centers: 1. Muladhara-chakra (innocence), 1a. Kundalini (maternal energy), 2. Svadishtan Chakra (creativity), 3. Nabhi Chakra (peace), 3a. Void (guru principle), 4. Anahatha chakra (love and compassion), 5. Vishuddhi chakra (collectivity), 6. Agnya chakra (forgiveness), 7. Sahasrara chakra (integration).
Energy channels: A. Right channel (physical and mental activity), B. Left channel (emotions and desires), C. Central channel (ascension and spiritual growth).
The Kundalini energy rises from the sacrum along the spine. As a result, the energy centers (chakras) become enlightened and filled with energy. When the Kundalini energy passes through the brain, we spontaneously achieve a state of spiritual peace and a higher state of consciousness. It purifies and balances the entire subtle system and enlightens the pure qualities of the chakras within us. And most importantly, only after Self-realization and the awakening of Kundalini does a person get the ability to achieve a state of meditation.
The actions that take place through the parasympathetic system and the rising of the Kundalini are spontaneous, so the term Sahaja (spontaneous) means meditation, discovered by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi in 1970. Once the Kundalini has awakened and risen above the head, we become enlightened or realized people, enjoying a full understanding of our subtle system, spirituality and meditation.