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  • The Chakra of the Goddess

  • lies behind the sternum bone in the spinal cord.

  • This Chakra is placed above the Bhavasagara,

  • above the Void, as we call it in Sahaja Yoga.

  • And the bridge that has to be crossed

  • by the bhaktas, by the seekers, is guarded by.

  • She's the one, She helps Her children to come

  • through that passage

  • when there are negative forces trying to attack on a seeker.

  • This chakra is placed at the back of the sternum bone as I told you.

  • In childhood, the antibodies are formed

  • in the sternum bone.

  • They are the warriors or the Sainikas of the Devi.

  • Until the age of 12 years they grow and multiply,

  • and ultimately they all get distributed all over the body,

  • and a human being is made

  • able to face any outside invasion on him.

  • These antibodies know how to fight.

  • They are extremely confident

  • and they know who are their enemies.

  • They've all these messages built in themselves.

  • So when the anti-God element enters into the being

  • through any process,

  • say, through food, through words,

  • through action, through devilish people,

  • or black magic,

  • these antibodies combine together,

  • collectively fight the invaders.

  • Those who do not have their Central Heart properly developed

  • suffer from tremendous insecurity all their lives.

  • When they are children,

  • you try to control them by frightening.

  • These children later on become extremely insecure.

  • They are afraid of darkness, they are afraid of night.

  • Some of them are afraid of everything.

  • Because the antibodies that are built in the body

  • are not sufficient in number

  • and being this center so weak,

  • the person feels extremely insecure.

  • Later on in life when the child goes to the school

  • or he tries to work out something for the future,

  • then also his confidence can be shaken

  • by parents, teachers, and outside people.

  • So it is very important to understand children who are growing.

  • In the West they analyze everything

  • and try to put human beings into compartments.

  • First the child, is a child according to them,

  • child has no innocence,

  • and he's extremely selfish.

  • Second part is adolescence,

  • which they think is a very arbitrary, moody stuff.

  • In India, we do not know that there is something like adolescence.

  • Now these adolescent people form a group,

  • and they start criticizing or making fun of all the elders.

  • At a very young age it starts.

  • First they make fun of the teachers, then of the parents,

  • then of all the people who are senior to them.

  • They start becoming extremely active in their brains

  • because they see too many televisions and things like that,

  • and then they start behaving at a very young age

  • in such violent ways that one cannot imagine.

  • I used to live about 25 miles away from London.

  • And every time I would go to London,

  • I would find some children doing some sort of a mischief, somewhere.

  • One day some of them entered into my compartment,

  • and they started pulling out all the covers,

  • thrusting their knives into the seats,

  • opening out all the upholstery.

  • I was just sitting and watching.

  • So I said, "Now are you tired? Please sit down.

  • What's the problem?"

  • They said, "We are all very angry." I said, "For what?

  • Why are you angry?" Said, "We are just angry."

  • I said, "But you have to be angry for something."

  • They were children going to good schools definitely,

  • wearing very good clothes.

  • And then I had to, when the train stopped, I called the ticket collector

  • and told him that these boys have been

  • doing all this hooliganic, hooliganism

  • in the compartment and you better look at it.

  • And he came in and he said, "this is a common thing"

  • and then somehow or other he took them out.

  • But the only thing I felt about them is,

  • that all of them had their Center Heart catching.

  • On the Kundalini, they were catching their Center Heart.

  • But when they saw Me, they sat down.

  • They were quiet, they listened to Me.

  • I settled their Center Heart.

  • And most of them said, "We are angry with our mother."

  • "Why?" "Because our brothers are angry."

  • "But why your brothers are angry?"

  • Then I discovered that Freud has given these funny ideas

  • against the mother.

  • Mother itself, can you imagine!

  • What a anti-God activity it is.

  • To an Indian, Mother is the primal thing

  • any Indian.

  • Because his sense of security lies in the mother.

  • Even if the father is hot-tempered,

  • is angry, still they depend on the mother.

  • Because mother knows when to get angry

  • and when not to get angry. She has the discrimination.

  • And she is the one who protects them.

  • The idea of Mother is completely blasted in the West,

  • and this is the reason why

  • the children of that country feel so insecure,

  • and when they grow, they are extremely insecure.

  • You won't believe

  • that all the time they are polishing their brass,

  • cleaning their house,

  • but not even a rat enters their houses.

  • And if they have to talk to someone,

  • they'll make a person stand outside and talk from inside,

  • specially in London,

  • because they are literally frightened.

  • Nobody will believe,

  • the British who ruled us, are such frightened people.

  • But they are.

  • They are frightened of each other, they are frightened of themselves.

  • The reason is, the Center Heart is absolutely weak.

  • I've told you the first reason, the family insecurities.

  • The child does not know when he comes back from school,

  • whether his mother would be there or she would be gone.

  • They don't have mothers who can bear a lot from the husbands

  • and smile and show no signs of their agony to their children.

  • But the mothers in that country, I've seen,

  • always try to use their children

  • from all kinds of emotional blackmail, you can call it.

  • They try to torture the child

  • by telling all the things the husband is doing to them

  • and whatever is the problem they are facing with the husbands.

  • So the child is not secured by the mother, but, on the contrary,

  • child starts giving security to mother there.

  • At a very young age it starts,

  • and the child becomes extremely negative

  • and left-sided. He feels that he's born in a place

  • full of hatred, insecurity, and fear.

  • When a person is frightened,

  • this center start breathing fast,

  • giving rhythmic instructions to all the antibodies.

  • With that you feel you are getting a palpitation in the heart.

  • This palpitation is nothing

  • but a signal to all the antibodies to fight

  • the emergency of an attack.

  • But when somebody builds up insecurity later on in life,

  • it becomes a physical problem.

  • If they have insecurities earlier,

  • it is an emotional problem.

  • But later on in life,

  • when one develops a insecurity - any kind,

  • like a wife is insecure about her husband;

  • husband is a loafer or a bad man,

  • and carrying on with other women,

  • so the motherhood of the wife is challenged.

  • And when her motherhood is challenged,

  • she may get the weakening of this center,

  • by which she may suffer quite a lot

  • and may have even breast cancer.

  • These insecurities can be also self-made, imaginary.

  • People can just think about it

  • and build up some sort of insecurities,

  • which are of no actual existence.

  • But such fears are very much more in the West.

  • Because the life in the West has no mooring,

  • has no explanation.

  • Whatever you ask them, they'll say, "What's wrong?"

  • A husband will say, "What's wrong?" in having a keep.

  • And the wife will also say,

  • "All right, if he wants to have a keep, let him have it."

  • In India, no woman would tolerate such a situation.

  • She would starve, she would do everything,

  • but she will never touch a man who has a keep.

  • So the basis of the strength of Indian women

  • is their sense of chastity.

  • The sense of chastity

  • in the Indian women is so great

  • that nothing can deter them

  • as long as they are chaste.

  • But if they are not chaste,

  • then fear settles in them very fast.

  • Chastity is the strength of women.

  • And that's why those women who have fear, mostly,

  • have a problem of their chastity being challenged.

  • A woman who is frightened that her chastity may be disturbed,

  • also can develop a problem with the Heart Chakra.

  • Such women can develop

  • breast cancers, breathing troubles,

  • and other kind of frightening diseases

  • on the emotional level also.

  • This Chakra is ruined in women

  • when they lose their only child;

  • because their motherhood is finished, they feel.

  • And that is the worst thing that can happen to a woman,

  • if she's a woman.

  • But if she's not a woman, she doesn't feel much,

  • and she just behaves in a very manly way.

  • And that's what I've seen in the West,

  • that women really don't much care when their children die.

  • But it is because they are not women.

  • If you are a woman

  • you definitely feel for your children and their death.

  • But after some time,

  • such a woman comes back again

  • and she accepts the life as it is, for the sake of her husband,

  • or may be if she has more relations or other children.

  • She becomes extremely powerful

  • as a reaction to what has happened to her.

  • That's only possible if your center of Heart is all right.

  • Such women do not grudge, do not complain,

  • are extremely serene,

  • and can bear up lots of things.

  • They are extremely tolerant

  • and can go to any extent to help their children,

  • but they are never spoiling their children.

  • They never spoil their children,

  • because they understand

  • spoiling is much worse than beating the child.

  • They never spoil the children, nor ever pamper them,

  • and never get dominated by their children.

  • They know, "I have to guide the child

  • and have to look after the child."

  • So they look after all the ideals and righteousness

  • and the virtues of the child.

  • And if he tries to get out of it,

  • they go all out to win him over back to virtue

  • and to better life.

  • But those people, those women, who do not care

  • for actual growth of the child,

  • may just avoid it and escape it.

  • In the men, this chakra is caught up

  • if they have lost their mother very early,

  • or if their mother by chance is a very cruel woman.

  • Also this chakra can be caught up by men,

  • if they have been to wars,

  • and if they have seen frightful things in the war.

  • Such people could be extremely emotional

  • and could be easily befooled

  • by people who try to win over their emotions.

  • This Heart Center is caught up by various emotional problems

  • in human beings.

  • Husband and wife, if they all the time quarrel,

  • there's always quarrelling in the house,

  • especially if the mother is very dominating,

  • the child develops this center.

  • And if the father is very dominating,

  • the child develops this - the Heart itself.

  • So it is very important that

  • husband and wife should never quarrel

  • in the presence of their children.

  • Center Heart can be developed in countries

  • where there's all fear, people are frightened.