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Svadhishthana Chakra

The Svdhishthna Chakra lies about three centimetres above the Mldhra Chakra between
the coccyx and the sacrum. It marks the second stage of human evolvement. In earlier periods of
evolvement the seat of the Kundalin Shakti was located in this Chakra, but in Kali Yuga , our
present age, spiritual energy has sunk down into the Mldhra Chakra into unconsciousness because of the rampant materialism and egoistic behaviour of humans.

The Qualities and Symbols of


the Svadhishthana Chakra

The colour of the Svdhishthna Chakra is ORANGE, the colour of fire. This colour symbolises
purification, activity, joy, hope and self-confidence, and shows that the energy of the
Svdhishthna Chakra has become active. Orange is also the colour of sunrise and is an
indication of the strength that blossoms from this Chakra once it has been mastered
cheerfulness, faith, self-confidence and vigour. It is also the colour of autumn and sunset, when
nature withdraws and consciousness turns inwards. When we look within and concentrate on the
Svdhishthna Chakra we are able to find the answers to many questions related to our destiny.
As mentioned in the previous chapter, the Mldhra Chakra is the storeroom in which our
experiences and Karmas lie. The activation of these Karmas now occurs in the Svdhishthna
Chakra, and it is here that we have the opportunity to purify them. Even though our weaknesses
and mistakes are located in this Chakra, it is here that a valuable opportunity to develop our
human consciousness to a higher level is offered. Through work on the Svdhishthna Chakra we
are able to bring our baser instincts under control, transform them and ultimately transcend
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them.
The level of consciousness of the Svdhishthna Chakra is the SUBCONSCIOUS, the sphere of
consciousness that lies between sleeping and waking. We have a vague idea of what is contained
here, but no complete or clear knowledge. Even when our consciousness is centred, other levels
of consciousness always influence our perceptions and actions. The field of our consciousness is
like a screen upon which the entire spectrum of our experiences is portrayed.
The function of the subconscious is like that of a movie camera recording each impression that
has an influence upon us, externally or internally, irrespective of whether we were conscious of it
or not. In this way the subconscious records precisely everything that we experience, think, feel
and do; and this explains why inevitably our Karmas react upon us, whether we want them to or
not. We cannot prevent the consequences because the subtle tracks (Samskras) of our actions
have been imprinted upon our subconscious, and therefore the effects are pre-programmed.
This does not mean that we should just resign ourselves and simply allow things to take their
course. It is important to understand that our future destiny is the result of our past and present
deeds. Everything that is happening to us today was caused by our earlier actions and thoughts,
and everything that happens to us in the future will be the result of our current way of thinking
and acting.
We are not victims of our past, or the puppets of external forces, but rather we are creating our
own destiny here and now. To be able to do this consciously it is important that we confront and
evaluate our qualities and intentions honestly, and then direct them consciously towards the
good. Once we gain clarity about what is being fed into our subconscious we are better able to
understand our motives and actions and recognise the connection between action and reaction.
In this way we are capable of foreseeing the consequences of our behaviour, and by altering our
behaviour we can influence our future. We are then able to shape our future beneficially and
support our own development.
Through the Self-Inquiry Meditation technique presented in the system Yoga in Daily Life, we
are given a method of penetrating our subconscious programming and resolving any
detrimental behaviour patterns with love, understanding and forgiveness. When we consciously
send beautiful, positive and pure thoughts to the storeroom of our subconscious every day, our
destiny will also change for the better but we should not forget that the reverse also applies!
In the course of our life the Kundalin occasionally awakens and rises to the Svdhishthna
Chakra. However, here it comes up against the barrier of our negative qualities such as envy,
desire, jealousy, rage and greed. These block the energy so that it again returns to the Mldhra
Chakra. And in this way the consciousness of many people continues to oscillate between the two
lowest Chakras without ever being able to rise higher.
To break this cycle is not an easy undertaking, as we face an army of innumerable detrimental
emotions, prejudices, resentments and fears that have accumulated during the course of many
lives. The only thing we achieve if we fight against them forcefully is that they will either persist
even more stubbornly, or recede into the depths of the subconscious and hide. Only when we
consciously let go are we able to free ourselves from them.
But letting go can be extremely difficult. We would, in fact, be very happy to be free of our fears
and complexes, but somehow we do not dare let go of these qualities; instead we hold onto them
firmly and nourish them. The ego leads us to believe that we would lose our identity and
personality if we renounced them. And it is here in the Svdhishthna Chakra that the ego fights
with all possible means to retain its supremacy.
The yoga practitioner who has learnt to question and analyse everything that occurs within the

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consciousness, recognises the causes for the emotions and reflexes that surface from the
subconscious and is therefore able to cope with them more easily. Otherwise it can happen that
we fall helplessly from one emotion into another, and for a long time we are unable to find our
way out of the blind-alley of the Svdhishthna Chakra.
It is most important that we do not lie to ourselves or be afraid; and we should neither condemn
ourselves nor project the blame onto others. Our inner world is divided we have a light side
and a dark side. It is only when we take this dual reality into consideration and also accept our
weaknesses that we are able to work on it. Until we are able to accept ourselves we can perhaps
give good advice to others, but cannot develop further ourselves.
When we can simply observe the waves of emotion and unwaveringly fix our mind on our
Mantra, they will finally vanish. The Mantra clears and quietens the mind and will certainly lead
us out of the maze of our emotions and tendencies, and into the light of truth.
ANGER, HATRED, GREED, JEALOUSY, VIOLENCE, CRUELTY, PASSION, ARROGANCE,
SELF-DOUBT and LETHARGY are the enemies that we encounter in the Svdhishthna Chakra;
they make life for us and our environment very difficult. As we know from many examples in
history, and also in recent times, people are often blinded by these qualities and commit
inhumane actions. The purification of these tendencies needs lifelong vigilance and constant
effort. Discipline and wisdom (Gyna) are the tools with which we are able to keep them in
check.
However, these tendencies will not be shed completely until the end of our life, because as a part
of nature they serve to preserve our physical existence. Harmful effects only develop when they
are connected to a selfish ego and deployed thoughtlessly for the pursuit of selfish goals. When
we become conscious of these tendencies and understand their meaning and function we are able
to control these enemies, transform their energy and utilise them for our development.
ANGER, HATE and GREED are negative expressions of our ego. The ego itself is not bad. Its
positive aspect is the will to live. We cannot exist without the ego, because without the will to live
and zest for life nobody can exist. The ego is only harmful when it degenerates into self-interest
and exploitation of others.
In India anger is known as a twofold curse, as it not only sucks the lifeblood of others but also
our own. When we are overcome by rage blood cells within our body are destroyed. This
aggressive emotion darkens our entire Phnomen and deprives us of spiritual energy. Closely
connected to the expression of anger are greed and hate. When one of these qualities becomes
active the other two are also roused and jointly they ravage the inner field of that person. The
immense power of this emotional arousal also has a positive potential. When we succeed in
controlling this explosive energy we can transform it into constructive, courageous and brave
actions. The mastery of anger also brings considerable progress in attaining discipline and
control over other negative emotions.
We can cool down and extinguish outbursts of anger and hatred when we mentally put ourselves
in the position of the person to whom our displeasure is directed, and try to understand their
reasoning. What we are able to understand we can also more easily forgive. Through empathy,
consideration and tolerance our hostile feelings will finally calm down.
JEALOUSY means that we are dependent upon a possession and think that something or
someone belongs to us. We imagine that our whole world would collapse if we are unable to
obtain what we have set our heart upon, or if we lost it. We behave like a small child who fights
with other children over a toy, and even if he gets it he is not really content.
Problems always arise when we think egoistically and want to possess something completely and

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hold onto it tightly. When we feel flickers of jealousy stirring within us we should endeavour to be
independent and generous, because inner freedom is the best antidote to combat this frame of
mind.
Also we only feel jealous when we are in love. Without love there is no jealousy. Jealousy
disappears when the feeling of love is pure, selfless, supportive and beneficial for others.
Many people suffer lifelong from the concept that they have not found true love; meaning a life
partner who will balance out their personal deficits and fulfil their desires. However, what we
actually need, and alone brings contentment and fulfils the desire of our soul, is true, divine love.
And this consists simply of giving, merely giving. Once we overcome jealousy we gain freedom
and develop our ability to give and to accept all-embracing love.
VIOLENCE and CRUELTY are found everywhere in nature, in humans as well as in animals.
Their roots lie in the natural desire for self-preservation, in the instinctive desire to survive. Life
is never totally free of violence; for example, when we drink a glass of water we destroy tiny
microscopic beings. Even when we cut flowers we also do harm because plants are also living
things. In the ancient scriptures it is said that we should only take such nourishment as is given
freely by nature from the various grains, seeds and ripe fruits. But nowadays if we waited for the
fruit to fall naturally from the tree we would die of starvation. Therefore, unfortunately, we are
unable to completely follow this rule, but should avoid any bad intention in thought word or deed
in the taking of our food. Our vanity and our hedonism should not be the cause for the suffering
or violent death of another living being.
We possess the gift of empathy; we are able to understand what causes suffering to others.
Therefore we can also learn to avoid violence and cruelty. Our endeavours should be directed
towards never depriving anyone of anything, never wilfully destroying anything, or intentionally
or thoughtlessly causing pain to anyone.
By overcoming the cruelty within ourselves our capacity for love and collective responsibility
increases. Renunciation of cruelty subsequently leads to selfless service becoming a reality.
In German the word for passion is LEIDENSCHAFT, translated literally as suffering created;
which means we ourselves create that from which we suffer. The causes of this are material and
physical desires (Bhoga Vsan). They blaze like red-hot flames within us and we try everything
possible (and frequently exactly the wrong thing) to extinguish the tortuous source of this fire.
Passion can completely blind and corrupt us. But in a positive sense passion is also a part of life.
As part of the reproductive instinct it serves to preserve and protect partnerships and
possessions. As enthusiasm it is an expression of the zest for life, vitality and creative energy.
Outstanding and ingenious works originate from this passionate love for life. But in its egoistic
and unscrupulous expression it has exactly the opposite effect and works destructively instead of
creatively and protectively.
Passion is widespread within our society as fanaticism and addictive behaviour. Addiction in any
shape is destructive and it has many faces. It is encountered as excessive eating or drinking, as a
dependency upon nicotine, alcohol or drugs, and also as a craving for more money, possessions,
sensory pleasures, power or fame. Fanaticism also occurs within many areas of life - as racism,
nationalism, in cultural matters, in religion or in politics.
The positive expression of passion is the commitment to work which serves all living beings for
example, in conservation, charitable or humanitarian activities, as well as in the arts, research,
education, sport, etc. In this way passion becomes an active, structured force and a strong
motivating power in our spiritual development. In its positive expression passion reveals itself as
idealism, enthusiasm and a strong will, and as such is very important for the whole of mankind,
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as well as for people such as scientists, researchers, volunteers, saints, etc.


In its positive aspect PRIDE is the feeling of self-worth and an expression of success. We feel an
elated sense of satisfaction about our achievements and this spurs us on to greater endeavours.
However, pride is unhealthy when it is not accompanied by generosity and gratitude, and instead
leads to egocentricity, self-importance, arrogance and vanity. We should include others in our
success and embrace them joyfully, rather than suppressing them or placing little value on them.
Pride should not be blind; we should take particular care that we never hurt others. Positively,
pride is always accompanied by humility that protects us from arrogance.
LETHARGY, laziness and a lack of commitment to anything are not only harmful but also make
us discontented or grumpy and allow our talents to atrophy. But unwinding and relaxing after
work are important and beneficial for our health. A period of relaxation should always follow
tension. As with everything in life we need to discover a happy medium. One-sided development
of any aspect of life is not beneficial to our progress.
Through DOUBT we make life difficult for ourselves. Doubt creates conflict. It divides the
cohesiveness of confidence into the duality of certainty and uncertainty. But first and foremost
self-doubt burdens our existence, and the inner conflict it creates weakens our will to achieve,
and through this our uncertainty increases even more.
On the other hand doubt can also be very useful when it guides us in our critical analysis of
MY. Doubt is a function of the intellect (BUDDHI). God gave us the intellect to enable us to
differentiate between right and wrong, and to make the correct decision. Dispelling doubt brings
us certainty, peace and composure. With these qualities we become a pillar of society and can
help others overcome their doubts. When we shed the inhibiting effects of doubt, the path
towards clarity and a deep faith in divine guidance opens before us.
Many people think they are able to deal with their emotions by expressing them. Unfortunately
this is a serious mistake because exactly the opposite will occur immediately. If we give way to the
desires of the Svdhishthna Chakra they intensify reciprocally and poison our inner Self.
If something or someone stands in our way and we allow our desires and passions free rein, the
ego shows its claws. Rage builds up inside us. This draws out an even stronger weapon hate whose fire is further fanned by envy and resentment. And joining this pernicious gathering of
forces as allies are greed and vindictiveness, which finally ignite the explosive charges of violence
and cruelty. Daily we hear, see and read what terrible things have been caused throughout the
world by feelings of bitter resentment, anger, jealousy and acts of violence. When we look at the
scenes of devastation caused by us, self-doubt arises. We become conscious of what we have done
but do not know what to do about it. Usually we react to this by blocking out the events,
suppressing our feelings and pushing them down into the subconscious. All too often we stifle the
tender stirrings of understanding and improvement by laziness and lethargy.
How we handle our tendencies and qualities is always crucial; whether we cultivate and use them
positively or negatively; whether we use them egoistically and inconsiderately, merely for our
own benefit; or whether we use them for others with love, understanding and sympathy.
When a country is at war communications and the postal services are the first to be disrupted.
For as long as we are at war with ourselves, for as long as the dark qualities are in the majority
and the ego rules the roost, and for as long as we are cut off from contact with the divine Self, we
are unable to hear Gods call because we are too deeply caught up in our own inner dilemmas.
We pray,
Lord, make me an instrument of Your peace.
But in order to attain a state of peace and harmony we must first convert our negative energy,
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which expresses itself as desire, annoyance, quarrelsomeness, bitterness and resentment, into a
constructive and creative mental attitude.
Peace is like a candle in our hands. To look upon our environment with the light of peace means
to bring to the world a loving attitude, kindness, trust and understanding. Anger and jealousy
make the heart close. In reality the entire Universe is within our heart. We should open our
hearts and allow everyone to feel the love and warmth within.
The following experiment with the process of thinking is very illuminating. Try to think a friendly
thought and a hostile thought at the same time; or to have a loving feeling and a hostile feeling at
the same time. You will realise that fundamentally it is impossible to unite day and night light
and darkness cannot exist together. When the sun rises darkness vanishes immediately.
Through noble and good thoughts we illuminate our Phnomen and at the same time purify the
Svdhishthna Chakra. Prayer, Mantra and nurturing the good within us gradually lighten our
dark side. We should fill our meditations with love, devotion, understanding and warmth for
ourselves and for others, becoming like a sun that shines for all - for plants, animals and humans,
so that they are able to take as much warmth as they need.
As previously said, the Svdhishthna Chakra is the second milestone in our development. The
decision to take this step is difficult for most people. When someone says, The door is open, you
can go through now; but behind the rise there is a wild tiger lurking and the path is lined with
thorny bushes and deceptive marshes filled with crocodiles, snakes and scorpions; and beyond all
of these there is a seemingly endless ocean most people would be quite happy to retreat and
exclaim, close the door again!
This is how we can feel when we rise from the protective darkness of the unconscious and
penetrate the sphere of consciousness in the Svdhishthna Chakra. The tiger, snakes and
scorpions are our own qualities everything is within us. No-one threatens us from outside;
what we are afraid of are shadows that we have given substance to. We ourselves stand as an
obstacle on our own path, and it is only we, ourselves, who can clear the way for us to continue.
How can we free ourselves? When we let go and give freedom! To give freedom means to have
freedom. To free the way for others, means to simultaneously free the way for ourselves.
Therefore, we should not be afraid, but rather be happy that our consciousness has reached the
Svdhishthna Chakra, because a time of new and interesting experiences now begins. Here the
Kundalin is young and impetuous, in puberty, and subsequent developments naturally present
their own challenges. The ego becomes stronger and fights for its feelings and its right to exist.
The more clarity we gain the stronger we become, but we also become more conscious of our
weaknesses and problems. When we lie in bed asleep we do not notice the mess in our room, but
when we wake up and look around we are horrified and exclaim, How terrible it looks in here, I
must tidy it up! and we do the necessary work.
The element of the Svdhishthna Chakra is WATER. Water is very soft and yielding, and
because of this it is especially difficult to bring it under control. As water is so difficult to contain,
it is also difficult to counteract. Flowing water has an immense power. If a dam bursts the mass
of water carves its own channel and nothing can stop it. Even if we firmly close the doors and
windows the water will inevitably force its way into the house.
Water frozen into ice is hard and rigid; it only begins to flow when it becomes warmer and melts.
In just the same way, the Kundalin energy rests in the Mldhra Chakra stiff and motionless, as
if frozen, and only begins to flow when it reaches the higher vibrational level of the
Svdhishthna Chakra. When the energy begins to flow it is important to work in a controlled
way by purifying our thoughts and qualities and steering them in a positive direction. Otherwise

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there is the danger that the mind can become unbalanced by an overflow of unprocessed and
previously suppressed emotions. This can cause inner restlessness, insomnia, nervousness,
aggression, melancholy and other psychic disturbances. Therefore we should not rush but go
step-by-step as advised in the system Yoga in Daily Life.
The animal symbol of the Svdhishthna Chakra is the CROCODILE. It represents the Karma
lying dormant in the subconscious. The crocodile is lazy and lethargic, but once it becomes active
it develops enormous power and speed and can be extremely dangerous. We also set all our
powers into motion when we have a strong desire or longing for something. But once this is
satisfied we again sink back into the earlier idleness.
Laziness is a trap of the Svdhishthna Chakra into which it is very easy to step. When the trap is
successful the toughest problems within the subconscious seem to dissolve, and we feel very
pleasant in the state we have reached and think that there is no longer any need to progress
further. And because of this the flow of energy falters and the consciousness withdraws again into
the Mldhra Chakra.
The Bija Mantra, the subtle vibration, of the Svdhishthna Chakra is VM. Through
concentration on the sound of this Mantra and its inner repetition we are able to awaken the
energy of the Chakra, and also bring it back into balance when it has become the victim of
impetuosity.
The divinities of the Svdhishthna Chakra are BRAHM and SARASVAT. Brahm is the
creator of the Universe and Sarasvat personifies knowledge. In mythology she is both the
daughter and the wife of Brahm. Brahm is also described as the Golden Womb or the
Cosmic Egg (Hranyagarbha) from which knowledge is born. Consciousness creates knowledge,
and is at the same time shaped by it. Therefore, as the creator, Brahm is the father of Sarasvat
the father of knowledge; but when knowledge reacts upon creation and sets into motion its
further development, Sarasvat is Brahms partner.
Often we are unable to relate to or understand the emotions that rise from the subconscious into
consciousness. Their turbulent power together with our uncertainty about the reasons for, or our
connection to, these emotions startles and confuses us. Nevertheless these stirrings should not be
shoved to one side. The constant suppression and rejection of emotions and feelings can result in
neuroses and other psychic disturbances, as well as in diseases related to the lower abdominal
region. But is is exactly those feelings that we carefully hide or deny that will re-emerge at the
first opportunity.
Many people advise giving our feelings and emotions free rein in order to gratify them and work
them out so that they simply disappear. But this is not the right way either. When we give them
room to move we strengthen them and give them power.
The way to free ourselves from undesirable feelings and thoughts is neither to
suppress them nor allow them to run freely, but rather to remove them with
wisdom.
Otherwise we could possibly miss a very valuable opportunity if we simply throw away the
rubbish bag of our dark side without looking inside. For there could have been a piece of gold
hidden inside.
In Kundalin Yoga feelings and thoughts are never judged initially as being undesirable, inferior
or bad. Rather each feeling is closely observed and analysed. In this way we learn how to handle
our emotions, process them and finally transcend them. It is only in this way that the reciprocal
process between Brahm and Sarasvat, consciousness and knowledge, takes place.
It is always important to remain aware that nothing negative, as such, exists.
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It is the qualities that we have adopted that are bad, not us and it is these we need to correct
and change. The easiest and most successful way for us to do this, which can never be
emphasised strongly enough, is through Bhakti and repeating Mantra.
Bhakti (love and devotion for God) and the repetition of Mantra are indispensable aids on our
path of development. In a meditation without Bhakti the ego can often gain the upper hand, and
it can also happen that the subconscious will go beyond our control. For those who are practising
Kriya Yoga, Bhakti (for the form of God worshipped by you) and Mantra are of particular
importance in supporting and protecting you during your practice. The Guru Mantra is the light
that illuminates the darkness of ignorance within us.
There are two special jewels hidden in the Svdhishthna Chakra that we are able to put to
good use: ICCH SHAKTI (willpower) and KRYA SHAKTI (vigour/drive).
ICCH SHAKTI and KRIY SHAKTI can be awakened and strengthened by Yoga practices. The
following powerful energies help us to cultivate these:
PRNA SHAKTI life force, vital force
DHRAN SHAKTI power of concentration
CHETANA SHAKTI power of consciousness
When these three Shaktis combine we are able to turn all our ideas, intentions and wishes into
reality. Even though they are purely mental powers, they originate in the body. The free flowing
of the Nds and the activation of the nerve centres (Chakras) play a big part in this, and
Prnyma and concentration (eg Trtaka ) are also helpful. Concentration strengthens the mind
and Prnyma strengthens and purifies the Nervous System. Here, purification means to
remove blockages and thus improve and ensure the flow of energy. Concentration acts like a
magnet on our consciousness pulling it in one direction only. Through this it is possible to utilise
and guide the Prna Shakti at will. With this our physical and mental nourishment also become
very important. Therefore we should foster positive thoughts and only eat wholesome and pure
food no meat, fish, eggs or alcohol, and naturally no drugs.
To control and consciously guide Prna is a science, similar to higher Mathematics. This energy is
like an instrument with whose help we can attain our goal. When the nerve centres have been
purified the Chetana Shakti develops its full potential and enlightens our consciousness. Once we
have awoken this power within us we should also put it to good use, aligning it with our
willpower and actions towards the goal of Self-Realisation.
Everybody will one day pass through the Mldhra and Svdhishthna Chakras whether they
want to or not, whether they do Yoga or not, whether they pray and meditate, or whether they are
not concerned with spirituality. But knowledge about this stage of development, strong Icch
Shakti and Kriy Shakti and a well-developed gy Chakra will help us with this.
The Svdhishthna Chakra is our daily training ground and a lifelong challenge. But with
wisdom, Gods help and the guidance of the Master we are able to overcome all the difficulties
that this Chakra has in store for us.
I pray for your success and may all your thoughts and feelings change for the better.

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