Tag Archives: Kundalini Yoga

How to Awaken Ajna Chakra

How to Awaken Ajna Chakra, Third Eye - Kundalini Yoga

Ajna Chakra or the third eye is the sixth chakra in the evolution of man. It can be activated by various means. Each chakra has a physical, mental and spiritual aspect. Some of the standard methods to activate / awaken Ajna are listed in this article.

How to Awaken Anahata Chakra or Heart Centre

How to Awaken Anahata Chakra or heart centre in kundalini yoga

Anahata Chakra or the heart centre is the fourth chakra in the evolution of man. It can be activated by various means. Each chakra has a physical, mental and spiritual aspect. Some of the standard methods to activate / awaken Anahata are listed in this article.

How to Awaken Manipura Chakra

How to Awaken Manipura Chakra, Kundalini Yoga

Manipura Chakra or the solar plexus is the thrid chakra in the evolution of man. It can be activated by various means. Each chakra has a physical, mental and spiritual aspect. Some of the standard methods to activate / awaken Manipura are listed in this article.

How to Awaken Swadhisthana Chakra

Swadhisthana Chakra or the sacral plexus is the second chakra in the evolution of man. It can be activated by various means. Each chakra has a physical, mental and spiritual aspect. Some of the standard methods to activate / awaken Swadhisthana are listed in this article.

How to Awaken Muladhara Chakra

How to Awaken Muladhara Chakra, Kundalini Yoga

Muladhara Chakra or the root plexus is the first chakra in the evolution of man. It can be activated by various means including mudras, asanas, mantra and visualisation. Each chakra has a physical, mental and spiritual aspect. It is relatively easy to activate / awaken the Muladhara Chakra.

Vishuddhi Chakra – The Throat Chakra

Vishuddhi Chakra - The Throat Plexus - Kundalini Yoga

Vishuddhi Chakra or the throat chakra is the purification centre. In Sanskrit, Suddhi means to purify, and Chakra means a wheel or vortex or energy. Vishuddhi chakra harmonises all the opposite thought patterns. It is the centre of nectar as well as poison. In the Indian mythology, Lord Shiva is said to have drank the poison to save the world, which can be seen as a blue tinge on his throat. 

Anahata Chakra – The Heart Chakra

Anahata Chakra - Heart Chakra - Kundalini Yoga

Anahata Chakra or the heart centre is important in the evolution of mankind. It is the centre of unconditional love and also the beginning of free will, to control one’s karma. In Sanskrit, Anahat means unstruck and Chakra means a wheel or vortex or energy. Anahata chakra is the place from where the unstuck sound emanates.

Manipura Chakra – The Solar Plexus

Manipura Chakra - The Solar Plexus

Manipura Chakra or the Navel Plexus is the centre for dynamism, energy and the will to achieve goals. In Sanskrit, Mani means jewel, Puri means city and Chakra means a wheel or vortex or energy. Manipura means the city of jewels. According to tantric texts, many Pranic channels meet at this centre, creating a radiating light, shining like a bright jewel.

Swadhisthana Chakra – The Sacral Chakra

Swadhisthana Chakra -The Sacral Plexus

Swadhisthana Chakra or the Sacral Plexus is connected to our unconscious mental impressions and also to our sexual urge. In Sanskrit, Sva means Self, Adhishthana means base location and Chakra means a wheel or vortex or energy. Swadhisthana chakra is located close to Muladhara and is also involved indirectly in the awakening of the Kundalini Shakti,

Muladhara Chakra – The Root Plexus

Muladhara Chakra - The Root Plexus

Muladhara Chakra or the Root Plexus is the basis of our physical nature. In Sanskrit, Mula means root, Adhara means place or base location and Chakra means a wheel or vortex or energy. Muladhara chakra is considered the resting place of the Kundalini Shakti, the inner dormant energy, which when awakened, gives great spiritual, mental and physical benefits.

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