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According to modern physiology how would you evaluate ,the chakras in verious systems of body ??

Asked by asha sharma, 01 Feb '09 01:08 am
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Chakras are energy centres which govern the subtle, psychosomatic aspects of our inner being. This Sanskrit term means wheel or disk, and when the chakras are awakened, they turn in a clockwise direction. The chakras open up like flowers and pour out their qualities re-establishing our inner balance and restoring our health and form.

Of the many chakras within the human body, seven have been identified as major. Chakras are first mentioned in the Vedas, ancient Hindu texts of knowledge.

The major chakras are whirling energy centers, which in general are about three to four inches in diameter. They control and energize the vital organs of the visible physical body, and work like power stations to supply life energy to them.

When the power station malfunctions, the vital organs become sick or diseased, because they lack the enough life energy to operate properly. Minor chakras are about one to two inches in diameter and the mini chakras are even smaller. Both the minor and m ...more
Answered by drdinesh sharma, 20 Feb '09 08:14 pm

 
  
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The lowest chakra, the muladhara, holds the energy needed for locomotion. It is described as a disc of red light and is located at the coccyx or the base of the spine. It is the center of energy needed to meet the basic physical needs to move, to gather food, to escape danger.

The second chakra, the swadhisthana, controls the sexual drive and is described as a disc of vermillion light. After meeting basic survival needs, the next most important need is preserving the species.

The third chakra, the manipura, is the center of the ego drive, the will and desire for power and mastery. Located at the navel, pictured as a disc of blue or green light. In the Japanese adaptation of the chakra system, it is called the hara and is essential for balance, strength and grace in the martial arts. Our inclinations to lead and rule, to build and be in control are aspects of the manipura.

The fourth chakra, the anahata, is the seat of compassion, love and unselfishness. Located between the ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 01 Feb '09 01:12 am

 
  
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I am also very spiritual.., but really not know the real answer of that., so wait for tomoro... and put up the same after 10 am....
Answered by Oberoi, 01 Feb '09 01:11 am

 
  
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