(Sahaja Yoga) The Aspects of Vishuddhi Chakra – part 1 (Subtitles)

(Sahaja Yoga) The Aspects of Vishuddhi Chakra – part 1 (Subtitles)


THE ASPECTS OF VISHUDDHI CHAKRA (PART 1) So now the other center which we have
here is very important center, called as the Vishuddhi Chakra. This is
the center Vi-shuddha. One is “shuddha”, means “pure”, but
“vishuddha” means “absolutely pure”. This has got sixteen petals, as we have got
the cervical plexus expressed in the gross, which has also got sixteen sub-plexuses.
It tallies with medical science completely. Now let us see how this Vishuddhi Chakra
made is. All the vowels that we use come
from Vishuddhi Chakra. And like in Devanagari language it is A AA – I II – U UU – E AI – O AU RU RUU – LRU LRUU – AM AHA. So as you know that you cannot compile
a word without a vowel, is so important. The consonant is weak, without – nirbal [weak], without
any strength, without the vowel. So the strength of a person comes through the Vishuddhi Chakra
in his speech. Is the center, what we call, here,
is the Vishuddhi Chakra, is the center where human beings raised
their head up. This is the center that has made us
a human being, and from this center only rises the ego
and superego, because this is the center of collectivity. Because we speak through this center,
we talk through this, we have rapport with other people through
this, and as a reaction to that, ego and superego is built within us. When that is built within us, we become
a personality – I am some, he is some, you are some.
At that point we become a person who has the consciousness
of I-ness. Like then I’ll say “I like this, I want
this.” Say, I will say “I’m an Indian,” you’ll say
“I’m an Englishman.” All these misidentifications start because
you become an individual who tries to identify with many things. That’s how we become separated
from that power. This is the freedom we get, where
we have to ourselves learn from our errors and trials what is
right and what is wrong. This Vishuddhi Chakra is, has got sixteen
petals and looks after our ear, nose, eyes, throat, everything. Our face, everything is looked after
by this center. Now this center also has left and right –
all centers have left and right – and when you feel guilty the left center
catches, which is a very dangerous thing because
this gives you diseases like angina, or maybe diseases like spondylitis and
lethargic organs. Right – when a person is very aggressive, talks very aggressively and tries
to dominate others and use his power of speech to show off,
the right side catches. The reactions of this can be many:
that the hand gets frozen, and they also get the cancer of the throat; all kinds of things can happen with this
chakra being in trouble. Now a person who shouts and screams
and talks loudly and loses his temper in a very loud voice,
or who speaks very loudly all the time, they all suffer from the right Vishuddhi. So one should understand that even when
you have to scold somebody, you have to just say, “What are you doing?
Why are you doing like this?” Otherwise: “Why did you do like this?!?” Finished, Right Vishuddhi, over.
It’s finished now. Now this is the thing is.
On the right side if you are talking loudly, if you talk
too much, if you intimidate people with your talking,
then you catch on right Vishuddhi. So for that best is to take some rest and give some rest to your right Vishuddhi
by stopping your talk. Go into mauna they say, just don’t talk. For some time if you don’t talk
you will see that your Vishuddhi will be improved,
your problems will be improved. So what is the divine diplomacy? You don’t have to shout, but you change
the subject. If you want to bring somebody to a,
some conclusion – then best thing is first you change
the subject and gradually, if you are clever enough,
then you go on changing, changing and you bring it back to the right thing.
That’s the clever thing to do. What is the essence of this diplomacy? Is benevolence. You have to achieve the benevolence
of the whole humanity. This is the essence of it. If you are
doing it, you are not doing for yourself, for your gain. You are not doing
for the gain of any particular person. But you are doing it for the benevolence
of the whole humanity. So once you know this is the essence,
so what is the need to shout? By shouting you are not going to achieve
anything. So to play around with it and bring it
to that point which is benevolence. So our Right Vishuddhi we have to have a temperament, a culture, a style,
a behavior which has got the quality (…) which is
called as madhurya, means melodious, melodious. We should talk in such a manner that
it should be melodious. The voice of a Sahaja yogi should be
sweet like that. When you talk to someone it should be
melodious. It should not be aggressive, at all, but
on the contrary it should be melodious. It should not be sarcastic; it should not
hurt another person. Any word that hurts others cannot be coming
from the proper type of Right Vishuddhi. So in no way one should hurt. The another quality which we can express
through our Right Vishuddhi, is diplomacy. But there are two types of diplomacies:
one is genuine; one who is artificial. In the genuine diplomacy you do not have
to take to a certain standard or you don’t have to read some books
to know what is diplomacy. Is a – genuinely it comes to you. It,
the whole thing works very sweetly, in such a genuine manner. I, I’ve used it many-a-times Myself, and
you all can use it also many-a-times. That’s only possible if you don’t get angry
with them; not possible if you are angry. Relationship between brothers and sisters
has to be established. They’re very pure. Brothers and sisters relationship is
without any lust or greed. It’s pure relationship where the sister
prays for the protection of the brother, and brother prays for the self-sufficiency
of the kshema – well-being – of the sister. So this time you have to think of your
other Sahaja Yoginis and Sahaja Yogis who are like your brothers
and sisters. You have to think like that. Purify
your hearts. It’s something funny in these countries,
you know that, there’s no such relationship exists. Purify your mind today on that point, that everybody else is my brother
or sister. If you are married it’s all right. But look
at everyone, try to look at everyone as a brother,
and a sister. When the sister, who is your pure relation, is not treated as a sister, when the attitude of a person towards women is of indulgence and of lust, then
he develops the Left Vishuddhi. When he develops a Left Vishuddhi very
strongly, and if he has a bad Agnya, or if he has eyes which are roving eyes, then this Left Vishuddhi causes lot
of trouble. Left Vishuddhi can be also caused by, as you know, by feeling guilty about
things for nothing at all. All these problems arise from Vishuddhi. The left-side center is caught up when
a person feels guilty and obstructs the ascent of the Kundalini. That’s why I always request all
the Western seekers first to say in their hearts, “Mother,
I’m not guilty.” These are the conditionings that have
come to us from so-called religions, from so-called
psychologists, and other people who are responsible
for our development in our childhood. When material things [were] very important
for the parents, they all the time shout at children
or correct them, saying that, “Don’t spoil the carpet, don’t spoil that,
don’t spoil that”, and that is how we develop a kind
of a guilt within us. When we grow up in the schools
and colleges, this can be built up very heavily
within us, too. So how much important it is to understand
the value of left Vishuddhi. All of us catch on left Vishuddhi,
and we do not think that it is such an important thing. But we say, “Oh, left Vishuddhi catching
means I’m feeling guilty.” We do not understand that “What have
I done? I have crossed the limits, that’s why
is showing there. I’ve neglected some kind of a morality. I’ve gone on a wrong path against
Mother and Father, that’s why left Vishuddhi is catching.” Left Vishuddhi is the indication of
the mistakes, of the wrongs, of the sins. We can’t afford to have left Vishuddhi, Sahaja yogis cannot afford to have
left Vishuddhi. Now what I have seen that when this
negativity starts acting, people, instead of facing it, facing
the mistakes that “I’m wrong, I should not have done it,
it’s a wrong thing to do,” start giving explanations. Once you start
giving explanation, this left Vishuddhi starts becoming like
a bloated big lump, and then there’s no possibility of curing
you, no possibility of cleansing you. So people start giving explanation,
“Why I did it, why I did this.” Once it is said is wrong, is wrong; to be accepted, “All right, next time I’m
not going to do it, I’m very sorry.”