These are the techniques we use in the face to face meetings throughout the world. Supported by a Youtube videos for clarity


This is the first step in the class where we awaken the divine feminine energy, know in Sahaja Yoga Meditation as the Kundalini energy, this energy lies at the base of our spine in the sacrum bone (sacred bone) through saying these affirmations we encourage it to move up through the energy centres of our body until it reaches the top of our head, where we connect with the source of all consciousness.


We usually perform two steps before and after meditation: raising the Kundalini energy and applying a ‘Bandhan’. Raising the Kundalini energy helps us to awaken our inner potential and connect with the universal consciousness. Applying a ‘Bandhan’ means creating a shield of energy around our chakras, which protects them from negative influences and balances them.


Our body consists of four elements: fire, water, earth, and air. Each chakra is related to one or more of these elements. To relax and cleanse our chakras, we can do a ‘foot-soak’ at the end of a stressful day or before going to bed. A ‘foot-soak’ is a simple technique that involves soaking our feet in a bowl of warm water with some salt. This helps us to release the negative energy and balance the elements in our body.

Balancing the 3 channels.


Balancing the Chakras using the ‘bandhan’.


Balancing the Chakras using ‘mantras’

Explanation…Mantras, when spoken aloud in the sacred Sanskrit language have an effect on our subtle system. We use them to invoke the deities, the aspects of the Divine that reside on our chakras. Mantras help us to meditate, to connect with the source of all consciousness, and to cleanse and balance our chakras. Mantras are the essence of the divine qualities that we want to manifest within ourselves.

This is how one can pronounce the mantras
Unfortunately the video is not a good example because they
are singing them But you can get the idea.

The three Great Mantras
also called as the
Maha Mantra