(‘know-how’ Tips, Books, Videos) Overcome Overthinking, Over Activity and Anger by Mastering the Second Chakra – Swadhisthana

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Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi – 13 October 2007, extract from the talk on second night of Navaratri, Sydney, Australia:

“So, the second chakra (Swadhisthana in Sanskrit) is important because in modern times it is very, very cosmic as well as active.

We become very active, over active, and we start thinking about everyone with whom we are not concerned and bothering our heads.

So today’s chakra is important because it bothers your head, it troubles you a lot and you start thinking about them.

You start thinking what have you said, what has happened, who is angry, all sorts of nonsense.

You are all Sahaja yogis, so you shouldn’t worry as to all these people, what they say, what they are doing.

You should just enjoy yourself. Second chakra (Swadhisthana – in Sanskrit)  you must enjoy.

That’s the best way to enjoy Sahaja Yoga. Where your Swadhisthana is satisfied nothing can destroy you or disturb you.

At Swadisthana you can really look after; Swadhisthana Chakra is so much good for you because now you are Sahaja Yogis and you can master it.

That is one chakra which upsets, especially in the West people think too much, all the time thinking, thinking, thinking.

You get that problem from Swadhisthana chakra.”

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This Post Has 11 Comments

  1. Jennifer K

    I try to click on this email where it indicates to do so, to see the recommended books to silence the mind but nothing opens. Could you please give me the titles of those books?

    1. Ioana

      Hi Jennifer, please try again, the link works now. Great catch, thank you for letting us know.

  2. Constantine

    Thank you, for sharing such wonderful information!

  3. DORA

    Very helpful, thank you!

  4. Maria

    Overthinking is something that a lot of us fall into very often so thank you for this insightful article. Sometimes all we have to do is be aware of what’s going on.

  5. Anjali Gandhi

    My swadhithana chakra was so happy reading this article. Came at the right time for sure. Thank you ?

  6. Anjali Gandhi

    My swadhithana chakra was so happy reading this article. Came at the right time for sure. Thank you 🙂

  7. Jolanta

    I will need to remind myself to “mind my own Swadisthana” instead of wasting my energy on (over)thinking.

  8. Isabelle

    In our modern world we are taught in school to think, problem solve. The more you think the more likely somehow an answer will come if you put enough attention to it. Or the crazy idea of mind over matter. And I get trapped looking at the situation the wrong way. We need to understand the saying change what you can and surrender the rest. The only thing we can change is ourselves. I was just thinking today about thinking and how we need to enjoy our lives. Einstein was enlightened by the equation e=mc2 while he was enjoying himself blowing bubbles!

  9. Helen

    Reading how others relate to the second chakra is interesting.

    There is the saying that “As we think , so we become”. In a deeper sense perhaps the meaning is that it offers the pathway to becoming, to become who we really are with clear attention.

  10. jane

    ideally we don’t think.

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