Sahaja Temple : A place where you feel cool breeze of Holy Ghost
This kundalini power is in the form of a coil, located above the mooladhara chakra, (the first chakra in the body starting from bottom) in a triangular sacrum bone, as what you see in the picture. This power remains in the dormant state, unless you get this power awakened by someone who is authoritative to do it. And once this power gets awakened, you can feel the cool breeze of the Holy Ghost flowing from palm of your hands, and top corner of the head.
To experience this power best place would be Sahaja Yoga temple in New Delhi, India. Here is the exact location of this temple along with timings.
Address: C-17, Qutub Institutional Area, (Behind Qutub Hotel)
New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi - 110 016
Day/Time: Saturday at 6:30:00 PM , Sunday at 10:30:00 AM
Contact Person: Mr. Suresh Bansal Email: delhiashram(at rate)rediffmail.com
The temple is named as Sahaja Yoga temple because Sahaja Yoga (sahajayoga.org) is a unique method of meditation, founded by Her Holiness Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi (mother), and she started Sahaja Yoga in 1974. She died in the year 2011. So this temple is meant for everyone who practice Sahaja Yoga, or want to start with it. Shri Mataji was considered to be an incarnation of Laxmi (wife of Lord Vishnu), and so she was authoritative to awaken this kundalini power.
The person who practices Sahaja Yoga is called Sahaja Yogi. By motherís grace when the kundalini shakti of one person gets awakened, than that person becomes Sahaja Yogi, and then he could awaken the power of other people as well by giving bandhan (a protocol in Sahaja Yoga) to them . So this is how Sahaja Yoga is spreading worldwide, and now it is practiced in more than 100 countries.
All the people who are practicing Sahaja Yoga can feel the cool breeze (also called cool vibrations) of the Holy Ghost. If they are feeling hot vibrations, it means there are problems in the chakras of the body, and Sahaja Yoga treatments need to be applied. Just getting this power awakened will not be enough, you need to meditate daily (at least 10-15min) to grow this power. To know exactly how it all works you should visit rajbihani.com.
You can feel lot of cool vibrations in Sahaja Yoga temple, as that is a very holy place, and mother meditated there, and vibrated that place for the enlightenment of other people. After reaching to the temple, you just need to sit in the meditation hall, till the meditation program ends. After that the leaders will call all new people, and if they donít call, you can reach them in the front, and tell them you want to feel the cool breeze of the Holy Ghost, and then they will start working on you by giving you bandhan. This process of getting the kundalini power awakened is also called self realization.
There are lots of health and social benefits, when the kundalini shakti gets awakened. To know more about these benefits please visit sahajayoga.org.in . Moreover, this yoga is entirely free of charge, as mother have said >> one cannot pay for the experience of divine love. After reading this article if you feel like experiencing this power, than you are a divine person who believes in God and his creations.
If you are an international tourist, there is no place to stay in the temple overnight. The nearest hotel to Sahaja Yoga temple is Qutub Hotel, and this would be the best place to stay. To book a room online in Qutub Hotel you can visit makemytrip.com
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Written by: Rajesh Bihani ( Find me on Google+ )