Chapter 6: Sahaja Yoga & Children

There are so many children who are born realized, and are born to Yogis. They have chosen their parents so that the parents can understand them and their style of life.
These children are like small, tender sprouted seeds or saplings. In our group, also, we have children who got their realization after their birth. Also there are children of Yogi parents who are not yet realized, but are born very negative or become negative because of other relations in the family like grandparents, […]

Chapter 5: The Leader in Sahaja Yoga

To be leader is a much higher test than just to be a Sahaja Yogi, because the leader has to be an ideal for others to follow. He should know and master all the knowledge about Sahaja Yoga, the modus operandi of awakening the Kundalini, giving realization to others, with all patience and love, because Sahaja Yoga’s foundations are Divine love and Divine benevolence and if you are really earnest that the whole world should be benefited then you have to develop a beautiful loving patience to achieve the realization of others and to lead others. […]

Chapter 4: Sahaja Yogis

Sahaja Yogis are the people who have been enlightened, who have got their Self-realization by Kundalini awakening, by the spontaneous (Sahaja) method. They are like seeds which have been sprouted whose living process in spirituality has started.
They are not Sahaja Yogis till they have felt the vibrations of the all-pervading power (Brahmachaitanya) which does all the living work.
They are not Sahaja Yogis if they have not got full knowledge of their inner being, the inner instrument and the residual power of Kundalini. […]

Chapter 3: Sahaja Culture

A simple thing like personal cleanliness: a Sahaja Yogi will always wash his face with running water, and never from stagnating water or from a wash-basin. Also, even if he takes a tub bath, he will use a shower afterwards. It is very important to cleanse the body very well.
Secondly, the other parts of the body, like the teeth, nose, the eyes, the hands, have to be kept very clean.
It is not necessary for every Sahaja Yogi to have a thin, […]

Chapter 2: Vishwa Nirmala Dharma

“Vishwa” means “universe”, “Nirmala” means “pure, immaculate” and “Dharma” means “religion”.
Within human beings lies the dormant power of pure desire (Kundalini) which is the reflection of the Primordial Mother or Holy Ghost. All other desires are not pure because they do not give satisfaction. One of the principles of economics is that in general wants are not satiable, that human beings run from one desire to another desire. Whether one is aware or not one is seeking satisfaction or joy. […]

Chapter 1: Sahaja Yoga

“Saha” means ‘with’, “Ja” means ‘born’, “Yoga” means union with the all pervading power of Divine love. This is very subtle subject, absolutely valid and can be proved, of our ascent into higher awareness.
At the very outset, one has to be a seeker of truth and with scientific attitude one should approach the subject. It should be treated respectfully like a hypothesis and if found by experiments as truth should be accepted by honest people in the spirit of honesty. […]