Chakras – the seven energy generators of the body of man

In the human body, there are several energy centers containing latent psychic powers.  These are called Chakras.  If activated, they hold potential for reaching cosmic planes of existence.  They can be portals into a new existence and the realization of inherent powers.

The six main chakras of the human body are the Muladhara Chakra (at the base of the spine), Svadhisthana (near the generative organ), Manipura (near the naval), Anahata (near the heart), Visuddha (near the throat), and Ajna (between the brows).  A seventh Chakra, situated four fingers above the cerebrum, is Sahasrara, symbolically represented by the thousand parallel lotus.  Sahasrara is said to be abode of Lord SHIVA, Cosmic consciousness, and Muladhara the seat of Shakti, whose form is that of a cosmic force known as KUNDALINI.  Ultimately, Tantra Asana aims to arouse Kundalini Shakti to unite with SIVA, realizing the highest, most intense joy Mahasukla.

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Vishnu – The universe itself, space or mass

Vishnu, the Preserver of the universe, represents space. The word itself means the Great Omnipresent.  He is reclining on the snake [Ananta] on the Milky Ocean.  The snake represents cosmic energy and the ocean of milk stands for beatitude [Ananda].  Vishnu’s color is sky-blue, indicating his infinitude.  He is Achyuta, because there is no rise or fall for him.  From his navel arose the creative power in the form of the four-faced Brahma. The Chakra or discus in one of the upper hands of Vishnu symbolizes the cycle of time (Kala-chakra). The whirling brings in consolation as well as revenges, according to Varaha Purana.  The Chakra is also described as the Dharmachakra, maintaining orderliness and proper functioning of the Universe. READ MORE IN THE BOOK “SCIENCE IN THE HINDU GODS BOOK”

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