Sahasrāra Sahasrara, the crown chakra located at or above the top of the head, is associated with the pineal gland and the cerebral cortex. Traditionally this center is given the […]Continue reading "Sahasrāra"
Viśuddha Visuddha (Also known Visuddhi) , the throat chakra, is located in the hollow of the throat. The thyroid and parathyroid glands are associated here, along with the vocal chords […]Continue reading "Viśuddha"
Anāhata Anahata, the heart chakra in the middle of the chest, is the center of love, feelings, connection, relationships, associations, cooperation, and compassion. It is also the center of meditation, […]Continue reading "Anāhata"
Maṇipūra Manipura, the solar plexus chakra, is located just below the sternum. Manipura means “diamond,” or “city of precious stone.” The pancreas, liver, and spleen are also associated here. The […]Continue reading "Maṇipūra"
Svādhiṣṭhāna Svadisthana, the navel chakra, controls sexuality. It is located about three inches below the navel. Associated organs are the kidneys and the adrenal glands. The generative organs and the […]Continue reading "Svādhiṣṭhāna"
Tattva The word Tattva is used to denote the causative factors of the creation. Tattva means the cause for the universe. Tattva Vargikarn (Classification) Sankhya Darshan divided these Chaturvivshati (25 […]Continue reading "Panchvivshati Tattva"
Tattva tattva (Sanskrit: “Truth, Reality or True Essence”) from tad, that which is strictly speaking, there is only One Reality. That Reality is Brahman (the Supreme Being and Highest Truth), […]Continue reading "Tattva"
Nadi Nāḍī (Sanskrit: नाडी, lit. ‘tube, pipe, nerve, blood vessel, pulse’) is a term for the channels through which, in traditional Indian medicine and spiritual knowledge, the energies such as […]Continue reading "Nadis"