Are you aware that how you perceive your body-mind affects your health?
What is the principle of Vedic holistic systems?
This week I was helping a few devotees with certain health issues and I couldn’t help but noticed many people do not understand the relationship between their beliefs and body. When I was studying the notes of the discourse on Yoga Sutras of Patanjali given by my Guru, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji), I realised many of people carry the wrong ideas and beliefs from society which shape the way we perceive and relate with our body- mind and how we manifest diseases unconsciously.
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Today is the third year we are celebrating globally the International Day of Yoga after its first inauguration on 21st June 2016. As a living Yogi, I would like to share the three truths about yoga which was shared by the Avatar of Sadashiva (Super Consciousness), Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji) where he addressed the world in a mind-blowing discourse, sharing sacred secrets on the true origins of Yoga.
Here is what you have never been told but need to know about Yoga:
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3 years old boy smelling flower in autumnal scenery
What is a golden childhood?
“Golden childhood is a matured being in a child’s body. When a matured being lives in a child’s body, that is a golden childhood. He or she will be as innocent as kids, as enlightened as more than any adult!” ~ A living Avatar, His Holiness Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji)
Swamiji further explains that a childhood becomes a golden childhood when it is full of powerful moments, no powerlessness in any moment in life. Unfortunately, the children today live mostly with fear, greed and stress without the maturity to handle their lives. An important expression of a golden childhood is about having the maturity to take responsibility for others even though they are still in a child’s body. This means a matured being in a child’s body, living a joyful childhood – that is the best life for a child.
As a conscious mother, I already knew my son, Kai was a matured soul who had come down to take the human civilization to the next level. Hence, I started to create a spiritual vatavarana (ambience) around him when he was merely 3 years old – the same year after I first met Swamiji. I was so engrossed by the happening of Swamiji’s incarnation that I devoured his teaching from all the books he had written from his various discourses. This helped to quench my thirst for spiritual knowledge. Every night before sleep, I would share with Kai all the amazing miraculous stories about Swamiji and the enlightened masters that I read. Naturally all these stories piqued his curiosity and soon he started to develop an enthusiasm about the inspirational life of enlightened masters. As a Yoga teacher, I also prepared his body when he was 4 years old through Yoga and meditation. He would share with me his extraordinary spiritual experiences after a yoga practice. There is a saying in Vedic tradition that the mother is a child’s first Guru, I didn’t know anything about a golden childhood but I only knew I was responsible for guiding him to his spiritual awakening.
Finally, in 2009, Kai met Swamiji for the first time in a one-day program called Kalpataru (wish-fulfilling tree) when Swamiji visited Singapore. It was such a touching sweet moment for me to witness the meeting of these 2 extraordinary souls. When Kai and I walked up to the stage where Swamiji was sitting on a throne for the energy darshan (initiation by sight), Kai just dived straight into Swamiji’s chest and hugged him so tightly. Kai waited for so long to meet Swamiji again in this life time.
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