Ancient System of Chakras and Colors

Let’s go ahead and dive right into these chakras and how they connect.            

We want to make sure we’re completely cohesive since we’re starting off below the base of things in building this foundation.

As clear and concise as possible, is to see the chakras like the planets and the cosmos.

There are more than seven chakras, and you have several points in the body that could be perceived as stars or planets… some being primary, some being secondary, and some in development.  Just like planets, you have primary chakras, secondary chakras, and chakras that are being developed.  

Chakras tend to develop in certain age ranges – and this is why in the past, there was a profound system of seven stages where the chakras were developed in a color systemThen as you went through that process, you would experience different things – and they try to generally iconize what you would experience in an image.

Those images later became known as the pictures of God, the real gods… which are humans – and they have inside of their body, these clusters; these nuclei of power.  When activated and turned on, these begin to spin or work in conjunction with one another in the development of Siddhis… but you must start from the beginning.

You can see that you have these chakras placed inside of your body, and they can be perceived as the Keymakers – originally derived from the idea that the chakras have unique geometries inside of them, and a unique key to unlock or unblock each one.

In conclusion, as stated, the chakras are actually inside of the human body – some of them are activated, some of them are dormant, some of them activate based on age, some activate based on herbs, some activate based on experience and conditioning… but when they do activate and in conjunction with others, they bring you into a greater stage of awareness.

The greatest level of realization and internalization of these powers is in the acts of the meditations and working on non-judgment.

My entire body of work for the last decade has been about activation of chakras, but we see that it doesn’t always entail simply a direct application.  It could be hidden, it could be something that you need to experience, or someplace to go to activate these certain centers.

Simply put, this is the sheer awareness that there are power centers inside of your body, that are responsible for why you can even stand up.  Right now, there is a field moving around the body rapidly, that makes it very easy for us to stand up.  Anytime that you’ve been in deep meditation, you’ll notice that if you lean a bit back, even a little, you almost start feeling like you’re brushing against some kind of field that’s moving around the body.

Some that have prayed extensively and honored extensively, notice the body will naturally start doing this… leaning and rocking.  Some cultures do this on purpose to bring about that same change.  It is the same thing with the Whirling Dervish – they spin and spiral like the cosmos, in order to activate certain alignment within their consciousness.  Imagine whirling in a huge outer layer, entari or garment… when in the perfect position, you start to spin like a top, and the more that you do (like any kind of dynamo), it starts bringing other parts of your system online.

That’s what we’re talking about when we’re saying how these chakras are used and how they work in conjunction with what we are doing.  But, also how mystical they are – because although they are present, we tend to not see them or recognize them.

One more final thought, about how the chakras connect to the organs.

Your organs (named appropriately) make sounds – just as the organ is played inside a church.  Your chakras all play specific sounds that allow them to do what they do in the transitions and processing needed in your body.

Sickness is when that organ is no longer playing harmonic with the orchestra and begins to drag down the rest of the chorus by playing off tune.  Then other organs are forced to try and compensate for the lack of performance from that particular organ.  

Listen to these metaphors – they work in different aspects of life.  These are maxims and ultimate truths.

When a chakra fails, disease ensues… lack of awareness ensues.

Here is the connection between the organs in our body (seen metaphysically as the planets), the chakras inside the body, and the tones they play.

Humanity is in itself the instruments, singing a song or in an orchestra together – even if some are off tune, we can collectively attune.  We have the ability to be able to use things like tuning forks, mantras, vibrations and tones to tune our chakras as we would tune an instrument.

 

 

Nadis, Chakras and the Energy Centers in the Body

A couple of years ago I used to visit homeopath to treat a recurring hair loss problem.

She would diagnose the cause by checking my pulse, known as Nadis Pariksha (pulse examination).

Surprisingly, she would point out the right causes, simply by examining the energy flow in the Nadis.

In ancient Indian medicine, Nadis are the channels/pathways or energy centers in the body that carry Prana/life force throughout the body. 

They connect at special energy points called Chakras.

The Sanskrit term “Nadi” comes from the root word “Nad”, which means motion, flow or vibration.  Just as veins and arteries are important for the healthy functioning of our physical body, Nadis weave through our physical nerves as well as the subtle circuitry (yoga Nadis) of the mind, of the Self, of the consciousness matrix that supports our physical presence from invisible dimensions of existence.

 
Illustration showing the Nadis and major and minor Chakras

 

Prana needs to flow freely through the system to be healthy. 

When it becomes weak or congested, it leads to poor mental and physical health.

Often, painful life experiences lead to blockages and ultimately health woes; so opening up these channels is important for our overall well-being.

The body is filled with innumerable Nadis that cannot be counted.

Tantric wisdom state that there are 72,000 Nadis in the human body.

Fourteen are principal Nadis out of which Sushumna, Ida and Pingala are considered the three most important.

Nadis are energy channels that carry Prana throughout our body

 

Ida, associated with the energy of the moon, represents the feminine aspect of our personality and is often shown as white.

Ida is also the Yin element in Chinese philosophy.

Ida controls the function of the parasympathetic nervous system which calms the mind and body because it is related to emotions, feelings, and memories. 

When Ida becomes too strong or dominant, tiredness, depression, introversion and an inability to see things with a clear perspective can take over.

The Ida Is Channeled Via The Left Nostril And Pingala Nadi Through The Right Nostril.

Pingala, associated with the energy of the sun, represents the masculine aspect of our personality and is often shown as red.

Pingala controls the sympathetic nervous system and stimulates activities and planning of body and mind.  Pingala Nadi is responsible for the logical, rational and analytical intellect. 

Pingala is also the Yang element in Chinese philosophy.

When Pingala is overused, due to the hustle and bustle of city life, we can have difficulty sleeping and concentrating.  We can become anxious, irritable and impulsive.

Ida and Pingala start/end to the left and the right of the Sushumna respectively, moving in spirals like the DNA helix, crossing at each chakra or energy portal. 

Anahata Menon, shamanic healer, and mystic at Anahata Foundation explained, “It is the interaction between these two distinct yet complementary energy channels that controls our mental processes, intuition and the activity that takes place between the left and right hemisphere of our brain.  The sacred union between the male (solar or day) and female (lunar or night) aspects of our spiritual nature forms the basis of most evolutionary esoteric paths.

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Sushumna is the central channel of energy in the human body. 

Sushumna runs from the base of the spine to the crown of the head and carries Kundalini energy (the primal evolutionary force within) upwards as it is awakened through the practice of yoga and meditation.

Sushumna Nadi only opens and flows freely when Ida and Pingala Nadis are balanced and clear. 

Thus the purification of all three Nadis is important for the overall health, wellness of the body and mind, and the experience of spiritual growth.

Anahata said, “However, as a spiritualist, even though I personally enjoy all the technicalities of ancient wisdom and esoteric arts, I don’t obsess over them. If our spiritual urge or intent is aligned to infinite expansion of awareness, potentials, and consciousness, to love, to higher principles of freedom, and balance for the highest good of all, then any sincere spiritual practice, be it yoga or plant spirit medicine, drum medicine or Reiki, should support this process effectively.  As humanity makes a big shift of consciousness from the Collective Mind to the Collective Heart, I believe that the subtle technologies of our physical and etheric bodies will unlock (reveal themselves to us) and spontaneously restore or repair themselves to a state of optimum balance and health.”

chinese meridian

In traditional Chinese medicine, Meridian is a path through which the life-energy or Qi flows

 

To determine the flow of current at any time, note the flow of breath in the nostrils.

If the left nostril has a greater flow of air, then Ida Nadi is predominant.

When the flow is greater in the right nostril, then Pingala is predominant.

If the flow is equal, Sushumna is ruling.

 

Hatha Yoga is a yoga technique that focuses on bringing this balance. Meditation, Pranayam, breath work and sound (Nada or Swara yoga) healing are different paths that one can explore to achieve this balance as well.

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Surya Namaskara is a common sequence of Hatha yoga asanas  

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