The purpose of our life is to evolve into better states of spiritual existence. But what does that really mean?
Fortunately, the teachings of Sahaja make this crystal clear and offer a definite path and approach to spiritual self-improvement. The short answer is that we should gradually, but surely, improve our personality traits against an absolute scale of moral and ethical values. And these values have been carried in spiritual teachings and scriptures since very ancient times. In fact, they are consistent across civilizations and their spiritual texts and literature. The Ten Commandments are a great example of such values.
More importantly, these values and this code of conduct are encoded in our subtle energy system. Simply put, we can become better people by overcoming all of our weaknesses and imperfections in ourselves until we are near perfect in our personality and character.
The spiritual journey that we follow is also interesting. At the most basic level, we seek food, water, shelter, and security; then we gradually ascend to higher forms of seeking behavior, such as the pursuit of wealth, wealth, and power. Ultimately, we pursue the higher, more subtle aspects of existence: self-actualization, self-actualization, and spiritual truth. And through these more subtle phenomena, we can improve our more subtle inner selves and make them dominate our behavior, in other words, control our mind, ego, and body. We also develop a superior intellect that can see the higher truth.
The drive, energy and strength to develop in this way are placed in the Nabhi chakra. It is the power within us that constantly urges us to seek the ultimate.
The Nabhi chakra brings us higher spiritually in many ways. It is responsible for instilling a sense of dharma or righteousness in us. It also gives us contentment, peace, and generosity. Nabhi is associated with the pursuit of spirituality, because from Nabhi we receive the strong “urge to seek” … it. We also develop the desire to further evolve to higher states of consciousness.
The primary physiological function of Nabhi is to control the gastric / digestive processes. The left nabhi regulates the function of the pancreas and the spleen. The center nabhi regulates the stomach and intestines and the right nabhi, liver and gallbladder. Since the Nabhi chakra rules the liver, it also plays an important role in making our attention pure and clear.
Benefits of a strong nabhi chakra
- We are beginning to realize that material aspirations and worldly fascination are limited in their ability to bring us happiness. The urge to seek the higher truth grows stronger and we begin to pursue spirituality seriously.
- We create a perfect balance between family, work, leisure and spiritual activities and can recognize the nature and role of each individual.
- A strong nabhi chakra strengthens the qualities of love, caring and affection, in particular it improves our ability to take good care of our families.
- We begin to take on our responsibilities and even begin to enjoy the duties that we must take on. We understand that the family, a cornerstone of society, needs support and can only thrive in an atmosphere of love, respect and unity.
- The Nabhi chakra purifies our attention so that it becomes a clear, direct path to higher states of consciousness. Nabhi gives us the ability to lead righteous lives.
- Nabhi increases our innate sense of generosity. We no longer cling to our possessions and can truly experience the joy of giving. When we share, we learn. Nabhi teaches us that generosity is uplifting and growth-oriented, while hoarding can lead to stagnation – a blocked, immature psyche. Such an individual can negatively affect society, since after all the characteristics of selfishness and greed are known to cause many global crises and certainly can provoke dissatisfaction and dissatisfaction in the life that touches them.
- The satisfaction and contentment that Nabhi brings means that you stop putting yourself under constant pressure to “achieve” (especially external symbols of material wealth) – you no longer want anything “desperate”. Your ambitions may become more and more self-transcendent, more focused, as Abraham Maslow put it, on the pursuit of causes outside of your own skin rather than the pursuit of ego (your own or that of others, such as your boss). .
Problems and challenges of a weak nabhi chakra
The appearance of any of these symptoms can be a sign that your nabhi needs to be balanced.
- You feel dissatisfied in life all the time.
- Discomfort or fear, lack of peace and joy.
- You experience stagnation and a lack of personal growth.
- In some extreme cases, you may start with binge eating or fasting, with alcohol or drugs
- You lack generosity and you are constantly worrying about parting with your money or belongings.
- They have difficulty paying attention and lack of focus.
- You have family and / or household problems.
- There is unnecessary and inadequate spousal domination in a family. Each family member should play their role and be interested and share in others; If this balance is disturbed, it may be due to the weakening of the chakra.
- If you are caught up in financial worries and troubles, you most likely have a problem with your nabhi. A strong nabhi means that in your life you will never have to worry about money or possessions, no matter how much you have or not.
- You experience irritability and outbursts of anger.
- You are embroiled in extremely materialistic tendencies.
- When you experience impure, distracted attention, it leads to fear and concern.
- When you make bad decisions that result from a lack of self-respect.
In our meditation sessions we routinely cover in-depth topics on how to cleanse certain chakras and develop your ability to spot problems within yourself. Your first step in solving problems is to attend our meetings regularly so we can help you.