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Chakra means Wheel in Sanskrit. Consciousness and energy move from one
frequency to another in spiraling fashion. The body has energy centers that look like
spinning wheels and are called Chakras. They allow energy to flow from
one part of the body to another. As with all things in our reality,
they are linked to sound, light and color. To heal, is to bring the chakras into alignment and balance then understand the nature of creation and your purpose in it. It's all in motion in the alchemy of time.

The Flow of Energy

The Chakra Wheels
Crown Chakra

Brow Chakra

Throat Chakra

Heart Chakra

Solar Plexus

Spleen Chakra

Root Chakra
Chakras above the head bring one into higher frequency.
They range from 4 fingers to one foot above the crown chakra.
The highest chakra is also often referred to as the Soulstar.

Chakras as Spiral Cones
Third Eye Pineal Gland

12 Around 1 Spiraling Cones of Creation

Chakra and Color Frequencies
1st Chakra: Base or Root Chakra: Kundalini: Root Chakra:
Located at the base of the spine.
Earth, survival, grounding, stillness
Contains the primary 8 cells that have all of the knowledge of
creation and remain the only cells in your body that do not
change in your lifetime. It grounds us in the physical world.
2nd Chakra: Spleen: Located just beneath the navel, and
related to our sexual and reproductive capacity.
Blockage manifests as emotional problems or sexual guilt.
3rd Chakra: Solar Plexis: Seat of Emotions. Gives us a sense of personal
power in the world. Blockage manifests as anger or a sense of victimization.
4th Chakra: Heart Chakra: Blockage can manifest as immune
system or heart problems, or a lack of compassion.

Heart Center - Seat of the Soul in the hourglass of time - Zero Point
5th Chakra: Throat: Tied to creativity and communication.
Feels pressure when you are not communicating your emotions properly.
6th Chakra: Third Eye Pineal Gland:
Often connected to the forehead.
Is a physical eye at the base of the brain
with the capabilities of looking upward.
Clairvoyance, psychic abilities, imagination, dreaming
7th Chakra Crown: Connects you with message from higher realms.
Can be experienced as a pressure on the top of the head.
spiritual connection, understanding, knowing, bliss, God

Crystals are used with chakras

to create balance and healing.

Chakras and Sound    
Yoga view of chakras

Yoga creates balance. Parallels have often been drawn, by supporters of the existence of chakras, between the positions and functions of the chakras, and of the various organs of the endocrine system. The highest crown chakra is said to be the chakra of consciousness, the master chakra that controls all the others. Its role would be very similar to that of the pituitary gland, which secretes hormones to control the rest of the endocrine system, and also connects to the central nervous system via the hypothalamus. The thalamus is thought to have a key role in the physical basis of consciousness. The Ajna Chakra, or third eye, is linked to the pineal gland. Ajna is the chakra of time and awareness and of light. The pineal gland is a light sensitive gland, that produces the hormone melatonin, which regulates the instincts of going to sleep and awakening. It also produces trace amounts of the psychedelic chemical dimethyltryptamine. (Note: some argue that the pineal and pituitary glands should be exchanged in their relationship to the Crown and Brow chakras, based on the description in Arthur Avalon's book on kundalini called Serpent Power) The throat chakra, Vishuddha, is said to be related to communication and growth, growth being a form of expression. This chakra is paralleled to the thyroid, a gland that is also in the throat, and which produces thyroid hormone, responsible for growth and maturation. The heart chakra, Anahata, is related to love, equilibrium, and well-being. It is related to the thymus, located in the chest. This organ is part of the immune system, as well as being part of the endocrine system. It produces T cells responsible for fighting off disease, and is adversely affected by stress. The solar plexus chakra, Manipura, is related to energy, assimilation and digestion, and is said to correspond to the roles played by the pancreas and the outer adrenal glands, the adrenal cortex. These play a valuable role in digestion, the conversion of food matter into energy for the body. The sacral chakra, Swadhisthanna, is located in the groin, and is related to emotion, sexuality and creativity. This chakra is said to correspond to the testes or the ovaries, that produce the various sex hormones involved in the reproductive cycle, which can cause dramatic mood swings. The base or root chakra, Muludhara, is related to security, survival and also to basic human potentiality. It is said the kundalini lies coiled here, ready to uncoil and bring man to his highest spiritual potential in the crown chakra. This center is located in the region between the genitals and the anus. Although no endocrine organ is placed here, it is said to relate to the inner adrenal glands, the adrenal medulla, responsible for the fight and flight response when survival is under threat. In this region is located a muscle that controls ejaculation in the sexual act. A parallel is drawn between the sperm cell and the ovum, where the genetic code lies coiled, and the legendary kundalini, ready to express itself as a fully developed human being. Chakrology is a neologism sometimes employed by Alternative Medicine practitioners or esoteric philosophers for the study of chakras. There are many different chakrologies, some of them based on ancient Indian Hindu Tantric esoteric traditions, New Age interpretations, or Western occult analyses, as well as ancient Greek and Christian references. Croatian esoteric philosopher and physicist Arvan Harvat notes that it would be very difficult to develop a unified coherent chakra science that would integrate all the elements of the various present chakrologies.
Other Theories The idea of chakras as understood in Eastern philosophy does not exist in Western medical science. In Eastern thought, the chakras are thought to be levels of consciousness, and states of the soul, and 'proving' the existence of chakras is akin to 'proving' the existence of a soul. A mystic deals with these metaphysical concepts on the metaphysical plane, as a model for their own internal experience, and when talking about 'energy centres', they are generally talking about subtle, spiritual forces, which work on the psyche and spirit, not about physical electrical or magnetic fields. The primary importance and level of existence of chakras is therefore posited to be in the psyche and in the spirit. However, there are those who believe that chakras have a physical manifestation as well. Although there is no evidence that Indian mystics made this association themselves, it is noted by many that there is a marked similarity between the positions and roles described for chakras, and the positions and roles of the glands in the endocrine system, and also by the positions of the nerve ganglia (also known as "plexuses") along the spinal column, opening the possibility that two vastly different systems of conceptualization have been brought to bear to systemize insights about the same phenomenon. By some, chakras are thought of as having their physical manifestation in the body as these glands, and their subjective manifestation as the associated psychological and spiritual experiences. Indeed, the various hormones secreted by these glands do have a dramatic effect on human psychology, and an imbalance in one can cause a psychological or physical imbalance in a person. Whether these changes in body state have a bearing on spiritual matters is a subject of dissent even among the Indian theorists, and the different systems of conceptualization, Indian and Western, make only a partial convergence in this case. Perhaps the most psychologically dramatic and potent secretion of these glands is the psychedelic drug DMT (which is synthesized by the pineal gland, corresponding to the brow chakra). At least in the West, some individuals have sought spiritual breakthroughs through the use of such chemical aids, occasionally referred to as entheogens in this context.

Pendulum Fun with Chakras

Here is a simple exercise you can do using a Pendulum or anything that substitutes for a pendulum. Stand facing another person. Take the pendulum and hold it above their Crown Chakra and note the circular direction it takes. (The pendulum may move side to side instead of in circles, but that's okay.) Next place the pendulum in front of the person's Third Eye Chakra. The pendulum should change direction - from clockwise to counterclockwise (or from side to side to front to back.) When ready ... Stop the pendulum. Now place the pendulum on the Throat Chakra, and the pendulum should swing as it did with the Crown Chakra. When ready ... Stop the pendulum. The Heart Chakra should match the Third Eye... on so on. When ready ... Stop the pendulum. If a person's chakras are balanced the pattern will clearly follow. If there is an area where the pendulum does not move properly, then one must look at the emotional and physical issues attached to that chakra. Enjoy.

Chakra Exercise For The More Advanced

Yellowish brown coloured, Name of the celestial cow, Fragrance, Kapish, Kuhp-ihsh, Lord of the monkeys, Golden incense, Another name for Shiva and the Sun; Sacred cow

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Most previous translations and commentaries of the Yoga Sutras have been based on traditional beliefs, unexamined assumptions, and precedents set in a different time, cultural, and religious milieu. For the most party the Yoga Sutras have been interpreted within the limited confines of either samkhya philosophy, Vedanta, and/or through the context of the other five Classical Darshanas; yet Patanjali does not mention nor does he advocate any of those systems. It is not very difficult to study in detail any one or all three of these systems and then create a "religiously correct" authoritarian and "approved" interpretation that conforms to that predilection. Such has already been accomplished many times by ambitious sycophants. However, very few interpretations have been made available from a non-religious viewpoint, but spiritual, as it does not carry with it ideological baggage. This translation and commentary will take the position of that Patanjali's yoga is psychological and spiritual, but not religious/ideological. Yoga is based on understanding one's own true nature of mind and its interface with nature through the human energetic, emotional, and neurological tendencies and circuitry. It is not dependent upon any one race, culture, religion, or nationality. We will assume that Patanjali, as a mountain yogi practitioner living in the wilds outside the walls of academic institutions, practiced pure yoga within an ecological framework (nature). For Patanjali, "life" was not only a part of a great continuity/integrity pre-existing before physical birth and death, but yoga was LIFE, as the embodiment of a living spiritual integration/continuity -- as a completion of a great all-encompassing all-creative living Integrity. Here we assume that the source of creativity and inspiration is timeless, and that Sri Patanjali tapped into this source, while expressing it. It is to this creative and inspiring source, which abides underneath all of creation that is being disclosed in functional yoga. Being expressed in all of creation/nature, herein nature and life are neither demeaned nor demoted, where universal consciousness and evolutionary power are expressed non-dually as the marriage of shiva/shakti (cit and sat). Consequently, ecology, Mother Nature, and the feminine (right brain qualities) are no longer ignored nor demeaned. In this commentary and translation, yoga is thus much more than sycophancy.

Anahata is said to be near the heart. Because of its connection to touch (sense) and actions , it is associated with the skin and hands. In the endocrine system , Anahata is said to be associated with the thymus . [ citation needed ]

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