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Originally posted by JimIrie
The seven main Chakras
After vedic tradition there are seven main chakras that are alined along your spinal column. These are seven different centers of very quick spinning energys that have different functions.
The rootchakra is situated between your anus and your sexual organ (the bridge between). Mula is sanskrit and means „root“ and Adhara „shore“ or „pillar“.
It is also described as basic chakra or root centre. It is the point where the energies enter your system and transform into the next one or will be used directly there.
The central themes for it are: Stability, Survival instinct, Fears, Security, Trust and Grounding
To master this chakra you have to stand up against your fears and you will have visions of your very deepest fears you must master to go on. The exercise is to care for yourself withouth unnessecary fears.
The mantra is: LAM
The analogies are: Red, The Square, Earth, Roots, Mercury, 4, Smelling
The Bones, Intestinal, Kidneys, Ruby, Hematite, Garnet, Carnation, Rosemary, Cypress, Cedar, Ginger, Calmus
The sacralchakra is placed three fingers down your navel.
Svadisthana means „sweetness“ or loveliness.
It is also refered as sexual chakra and center of gender and is also called the second chakra.
The central themes are: Sexuality, Fertility, Creativity, Conservation of the species and productive live energy.
To master this chakra you have to defeat your weaknesses, and misery. This chakra can only be mastered if you learn to live intensive and can go upon other people. That means you have to develop a healthy way of interpersonal relations.You will have to rise up against your (maybe strange) sexual behaviours and to have the will to go on without looking back to your deepest sexual wishes. This will be surely part of your vision.
The mantra is: VAM (WANG)
The analogies are: Orange, The crescent Moon, Water, Venus, 6, Taste,
Lympatic system, Sexual Organs, Bloodcirculation,Opal, Aventurin, Topas, Vanilla, Pepper, Sandalwood, Myrrh
The navelchakra isn´t really suited at your navel, but at your solar plexus.
Manipura means „lightning or bright jewel“ but is also called „the place of the jewel“
The central themes are: Force of will, Trust into yourself, Personality, Development of your i, Selfcontrol, Sensibility, Emotions, Power(Might), Powers of self-assertion
To master this chakra you first have to train your will. You have to develop selfdiscipline, engagement and responsibility for your actions.
This vision is very hard to master. Mainly you will see a deep abyss and you have to jump over to the other side.
The mantra is: RAM (speak RANG)
The analogies are: Yellow, Golden, Triangle, Fire, Mars, Seeing, 10,
All abdominal organs, Citrin, Chrysoberyll, Tigers eye, Jasper, Lemon, Chaomilla, Lavendula, Anise, Cardamom, Fennel
( you can read the whole by following the link "V" down in my signature!)
Peace, love and light
let u guide by higher i
Originally posted by Coopdog
reply to post by ExpansiveMind
The fact that we are two pages in and no negative or derogatory replies is amazing to me. Meditation changed my life and keeps me on a spiritual path. I suggest doing healing meditations with the energy you visualize flowing around your vessel.
I think the healing meditations really help keep me focused longer and better than unfocused meditation without that specific intent. The chakras are indeed there for us to work with. Funny what you said about friends and neighbors coming into your life. lol Very interesting...
Originally posted by WhoFeelsitKnowsit
I guess this would be a good place to post this. I've wanted to share this experience with someone since it happened. I was doing my usual meditation when my third eye chakra started flicking wildly, I could see the energies flowing through me, my prana. Suddenly, like a light had been flicked on I saw a bright indigo light. So beautiful and crisp, so warm. I embraced the indigo light and soon my entire vision was nothing but indigo lights, and other light patterns. I saw the flower of life. i meditated with this indigo light for hours, basking in its presence. I just want to let people know that chakra meditation is very real. I used to doubt all of it but now after practicing pranayama meditations extensively, I have seen. Beautiful cities, beautiful fractal light patterns. I've yet to awaken my kundalini or speak with my spirit guide but all things come in due time. Try it yourself, and see what i and so many others, have seen. Namaste, love and light brethren.
mortally wounded a soul