Importance of daily footsoak in Sahaja Yoga

Importance of daily footsoak in Sahaja Yoga

At the sub-center that you visit, they will mention about a process that we follow – known by the name of foot-soaking.

Foot Soaking

Sit comfortably in a chair with your hands out on your lap – palms upwards, facing Shri Mataji’s photograph. Place your feet in a basin or bucket of luke warm water containing a handful of salt. Light a candle and keep it on Shree Mataji’s right (your left).

  • Meditate for 10 to 15 minutes.
  • You can say some affirmations to cleanse the chakras.
  • Rinse and dry your feet.
  • Flush the water down the toilet. Try not to look directly in the bucket before flushing.
  • Don’t use the foot-soak bucket for any other purpose.

3 Tips to keep in mind

  • Practice this technique preferably in the evening for best results.
  • Keep a tub exclusively for this purpose and do not use it for anything else.
  • Ensure that the water is lukewarm, and not hot.

Practice foot-soaking meditation every night – while you may not get instant results, you will notice changes with a few sessions. Also, as you become more proficient, you can graduate to another session of normal (not foot-soaking) meditation, right after you have flushed down the water. In other words, when you are devoid of the negativity, you can engage in a more fruitful session of meditation.

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Shree Mataji on cleansing left & right side and foot soaking

Resources:

http://www.sahajayoga.ca/Meditation/foot_soaking.htm

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