How to develop your creativity by activating swadhisthana chakra?
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The human subtle system consists of seven chakras and a kundalini power. Every chakra represents certain human qualities. For example, innocence is the quality of the Mooladhara Chakra which is the first chakra in the human subtle system. That is the reason people who have strong Muladhara Chakra are innocent and they have great discretion in them. Innocent people are like children who are honest by heart and never pretense.
But the problem is Muladhara Chakra is not well developed in every person on this earth and those with weak Muladhara Chakra are mostly selfish, aggressive and immoral as they have lost their innocence. If we are aggressive we cannot be creative.
The proper development of Muladhara Chakra and Swadisthana Chakra is needed for us to become creative in every field of life and the only way to develop our these two chakras and 5 other chakras is to awaken the dormant kundalini power inside us and then meditate regularly to grow this power.
But there are actually false ways mentioned at various places to awaken this kundalini power through different yogas. So it becomes difficult to know what exactly is the correct way to get this kundalini power awakened within us.
Kundalini is actually the hole or path for the most subtle energy of the universe (the ultimate cosmic energy which universe and our soul is made of) to come out from it and nourish the seven chakras in the body of a human being.
You feel the cool breeze (or cool vibrations) flowing from the palm of your hands and top corner of your head (fontanelle bone area) when the kundalini power or kundalini shakti gets awakened. If there are problems in the chakras then you will feel the vibrations as hot or you won't feel anything if your Muladhara chakra is not all right.
Sahaja Yoga (founded by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi) is the only way to get the kundalini power awakened and feel the cool breeze of the Holy Ghost or Holy Spirit. To get this power awakened online and feel the cool breeze right now just go to this link and read the complete procedure.
A normal human being (as some Gurus claim to awaken the kundalini power) cannot awaken the sleeping kundalini power as this power is controlled by Shri Ganesha, the Deity on the Mooladhara Chakra where this power resides. Adi Shakti (Primordial Mother) is the mother of Shri Ganesha and with her permission, only Shri Ganesha pushes the kundalini and awaken it.
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja Yoga, was the incarnation of Adi Shakti and she was the only one who could awaken this subtle energy within us as only an incarnation can awaken this power and as I mentioned earlier she was an incarnation of Adi Shakti (Primordial Mother).
But now when she is not alive we can use her photograph to still awaken this power within us and this works great. I mentioned the link above to do that. Check this youtube video after 20 min and Mother confirmed she is an incarnation.
The presiding deity for the Swadhisthan Chakra is Shri Brahmadeva. He represents the Creator and has as his power Shri Saraswati, who is the Goddess of music and arts. He bestows purity, creativity, pure knowledge, and cuts the Knot of Maya (material attachment) and frees the seeker from earthly or materialistic desires.
When you regularly mediate by the method of kundalini awakening through Sahaja Yoga the Swadhisthan Chakra and other chakras keep developing day by day and after years of practice, a time comes when it makes you extremely creative in all the form of arts. Actually, this is only the way to enhance and grow your creativity.
In Sahaja Yoga, you don't have to concentrate on anything or do yoga to meditate. You simply have to feel the vibrations flowing from the palm of your hands and see them cleansing your chakras and giving you peace and happiness from inside. It is something very practical where you actually feel the cool breeze of the Holy Ghost. You can surely become a great artist if you are seriously practicing Sahaja Yoga meditation.
Written by: Rajesh Bihani ( Find me on Google+ )