Friday, 24 May 2013

THE SEVEN CHAKRAS


There are seven chakras in the body
Mooladhar(root chakra)
Svadhistan((base)
Manipur(Navel)
Anahata(heart)
Vishuddhi(throat)
Agya(Third eye)
Sahasrara(crown)
The chakra name derives from the Sanskrit for spinning or turning.essentially..Chakras, in Hindu metaphysical tradition and other belief systems, are centres of Prana or or Vital energy Chakras.They conform to vital points in the physical body i.e. major plexuses of arteries, veins and nerves. Though different literature points at varying numbers,the seven chakras above are primary.
The three and a half coiled serpent like kudalini  shakti (energy) lies at the sacrum ,at the base of the spinal cord.From there it rises, according to the spiritual development of the human being.It pierces the seven chakras during it’s ascent,as it passes through the sushumna naadi (channel of energy )in the centre.The sushumna is flanked by the ida and pingala naadis corresponding to the sun and moon .
The chakras are unique centres ,each corresponding to a different frequency,a beej akshar,colour,odour,and effect on the human body.

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