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Sahaja Yoga

Sahaja Yoga is a form of meditation developed by Nirmala Srivastava in Pune, India. Sahaja Yoga, which means "reborn" or "connection" is akin to shaktisme, focusing on the Kundalini.

In Sahaja Yoga is connection established with the Self. Every human being is born with its own energy, which is located in the sacrum. Through specific exercises can take off this energy, there is union with the Self. Loos thought to be the result, this creates a physical, mental and emotional balance.

The founder, Nirmala Srivastava; widely known by the name of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, is also called Mother by her followers, who see her as the reincarnation of the Adi Shakti, or the primal power of the universe. She sees the self-realization (rebirth) which leads to the awakening of life energy, which is dormant in the sacrum,

as an acquired right for every human being and the existential proof that we are descended from God. The practice of Sahaja Yoga grew steadily from India and spread across many countries in the world (source: The Hindu, 2003). Share your experience and knowledge of Sahaja Yoga.