Is Sahaja Yoga dangerous?
Danger Nr.4 Regular sahaja meditation has some interesting impact on a meditator as: glowing eyes, softer skin and beaming face. All that will be consciously or unconsciously recognised by the people you meet.
Is Sahaja Yoga good?
The regular practice of Sahaja Yoga can provide the person a sense of calm which enables them to cope more easily and effectively with the everyday stresses of life. Thus, it not only helps cure the innumerable diseases which are a result of modern day living.
When was Mataji born?
Birth And Childhood Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi was born on March 21, 1923 to a Salve family in Chindawara, India. Her parents were Prasad and Cornelia Salve, direct descendants of the royal Shalivahana dynasty.
Who started Sahaja Yoga?
Nirmala Devi had begun the promotion of Sahaja Yoga from May 5,1970. This method of meditation is now popularised in 140 countries in the world. Her parents played a key role in India’s Liberation Movement from under British rule.
Is Sahaja Yoga fake?
In 2001, The Evening Standard reported that Sahaja Yoga has been “described as a dangerous cult” and “has a dissident website created by former members”.
Is Nirmala Mataji God?
Shri Mataji described Sahaja Yoga as the pure, universal religion integrating all other religions. She claimed that she was a divine incarnation, more precisely an incarnation of the Holy Spirit, or the Adi Shakti of the Hindu tradition, the great mother goddess who had come to save humanity.
What is the meaning of Sahaja?
The term sahaja in Sanskrit comes from two words: saha meaning ‘with’ and ja meaning ‘born’. The term yoga means ‘union’: the ultimate union with the divine or the universe and hence, in Hindu terms, ‘liberation’. These two words can be translated as Primordial Mother or Holy Ghost.