• About Shraddha Gandhi

    Shraddha Gandhi: Shraddha Gandhi has been a professor at various August establishments. Born in a spiritual household with childhood spent at various ashrams in India, spiritual scriptures and their teachings form the base of Shraddha’s persona and personality. A scientific mindset proves to be an asset as Shraddha translates and simplifies various scriptures proven by science research into an applicable written and lecture format. Leaving her profession, Shraddha decided to follow her passion, which is the excavation of the hidden truths and prove them scientifically. This explains why she started a venture called ‘The Divine Design’. Fondly called ‘Didi’ by most of her clients and students, she insists that though she accepts the affection, it is always better to be on a first name basis. “It is very easy for a human to fall into an emotion when you name a relation. Then the individual takes a second seat and the emotion comes in forefront. That kind of defeats the whole purpose of growth”, she says. Today Shraddha Gandhi gives various lectures and seminars to corporates and students on the Theory of Karma and Aura Scanning. She also uses various scientific research tools and machines to scan an individual aura.
    She has presented her theories on aura before the Supreme Justice of India Dr. P. N. Bhagwati, and been awarded for the same.
    The Vice Chancellor of Mumbai has acknowledged Ms. Shraddha Gandhi’s contribution in her field. Shraddha has had various lectures in August institutes like Somaiya College, M.E.T College, Bhaidas Hall, ISKON, etc.
    She has taken thousands of individual Aura Scans on which she is presently writing a thesis of her research about the same.

    Some of her clients include:
    Dr. P.N Bhagwati
    Kiran Bedi
    Princess Rohini Devi Jadeja (daughter of the last king of Bhavnagar and daughter in law of the last Emperor of Kutch). Amit roy (T.V Artist)
    Priyank Shah (T.V Artist)
    Dr. Kavita Jhingan (Model)
    Mr. Ameet Mehta (Advocate)
    Swami Krishnandji
    Swami Satkrupanandji Etc…

    She received the best speaker’s award from Mr. Anand Mahindra at an executive debate on synergy in management. Authored a book on Management and Preksha Dhyan.
    Shraddha Gandhi’s mission in life is to explore and establish the realities beyond the obvious. Which is why she started her own Company ‘The Divine Design’ to fulfill this vision.
    The Divine Design is an endeavor to excavate the original divine design as ordained.
  • About Chakras

    In Aura Scanning we can actually see our chakras and their functioning live. A lot can be deduced by this vision. Your physical structure and ailments if any, your mental structure, your spiritual level… all this can be seen and known. We have a lot of literature on the details of each chakra in the written world as given below but to actually see it live is another thing altogether.

    The usual about Chakras is that they are only 7 in number. This is not so. We have numerous chakras in and around our body. A few important ones are mentioned below.

    What is a Chakra really? Despite popular myths or what a lot of people state, the fact is that a Chakra is a vortex of energy. Just as you notice a disc in a fast rotating fan, the same way the energy being distributed by Nadis meets at certain junctures at a particular frequency in a vortex. This vortex is seen as a chakra. Hence the name. From this vortex, the energy is then transported again via nadis to different places in and around the body to fulfill its functions.

    Click on the image to get details of each Chakra


  • Individual Aura Scanning

    We have machines via which you can see your Aura LIVE on screen. A 15 page aura report is generated and we explain the report to you in detail. An individual Aura Scan shows where you stand physically, mentally and spiritually.You can see your chakras live in function. It also gives you an insight of your Karmic baggage. And much much more…
  • About:Shraddha Gandhi

    Shraddha Gandhi: Shraddha Gandhi has been a professor at various August establishments. Born in a spiritual household with childhood spent at various ashrams in India, spiritual scriptures and their teachings form the base of Shraddha’s persona and personality. A scientific mindset proves to be an asset as Shraddha translates and simplifies various scriptures proven by science research into an applicable written and lecture format. Leaving her profession, Shraddha decided to follow her passion, which is the excavation of the hidden truths and prove them scientifically. This explains why she started a venture called ‘The Divine Design’. Fondly called ‘Didi’ by most of her clients and students, she insists that though she accepts the affection, it is always better to be on a first name basis. “It is very easy for a human to fall into an emotion when you name a relation. Then the individual takes a second seat and the emotion comes in forefront. That kind of defeats the whole purpose of growth”, she says. Today Shraddha Gandhi gives various lectures and seminars to corporates and students on the Theory of Karma and Aura Scanning. She also uses various scientific research tools and machines to scan an individual aura.


    She has presented her theories on aura before the Supreme Justice of India Dr. P. N. Bhagwati, and been awarded for the same.
    The Vice Chancellor of Mumbai has acknowledged Ms. Shraddha Gandhi’s contribution in her field. Shraddha has had various lectures in August institutes like Somaiya College, M.E.T College, Bhaidas Hall, ISKON, etc…
    She has taken thousands of individual Aura Scans on which she is presently writing a thesis of her research about the same.
    Some of her clients include:
    Dr. P.N Bhagwati
    Kiran Bedi
    Princess Rohini Devi Jadeja (daughter of the last king of Bhavnagar and daughter in law of the last Emperor of Kutch).
    Amit roy (T.V Artist)
    Priyank Shah (T.V Artist)
    Dr. Kavita Jhingan (Model)
    Mr. Ameet Mehta (Advocate)
    Swami Krishnandji
    Swami Satkrupanandji
    Etc…
    She received the best speaker’s award from Mr. Anand Mahindra at an executive debate on synergy in management.
    Authored a book on Management and Preksha Dhyan.
    Shraddha Gandhi’s mission in life is to explore and establish the realities beyond the obvious. Which is why she started her own Company ‘The Divine Design’ to fulfill this vision.
    The Divine Design is an endeavor to excavate the original divine design as ordained.
  • About us Who we are

    The Divine Design is a venture undertaken to excavate the original human design as ordained. Its endeavor is to assist the individual journey beyond the realms that exist within the purview of six senses. It aims to explore the dimensions of death and innovations of Life. The Divine Design was established and founded by Shraddha Gandhi.

    Meet our team

    Shraddha Gandhi:
    Shraddha Gandhi has been a professor at various August establishments. Born in a spiritual household with childhood spent at various ashrams in India, spiritual scriptures and their teachings form the base of Shraddha’s persona and personality.       Read More

    Sadanand Shetty:
    Sadanand Shetty is a computer engineer with 25 years of job experience into hardware. The sole desire of using modern technology to prove ancient concepts, Sadanand is instrumental in providing scientific spiritual solutions to the masses.
  • About Aura

    Scientists use the term bio-field to describe the radiant energy that surrounds all living beings.This is what we call Aura. This bio-field vibrates at a certain frequency. When we can translate this frequency into a corresponding colour on the electromagnetic spectrum we can view the aura.

    Only recently we have been privy to a technology called Aura Scanning. The next decade will observe a historical landmark synergy between spirituality and science. This amazing discovery has been tested on thousands of individuals with overwhelming results, and has merited a name in the science journals.

    An aura is an extension of the physical human body. It is the corona discharge we emanate as a field of light and colours. This corona is as excitable, reactionary and alive as we are. If we change drastically, it changes drastically. If we are rooted and balanced, the aura reflects this balance in its shape and colours. The origins of the aura are rooted in mystery; no one can prove why it exists or where it comes from. But today science has proved us that it is a measurable, magnetic and solid force.

    We are charged. We suck in energy and emanate it. Our emotions are energetic. They are of energy. We reflect in energy what we reflect in us. Our Aura’s and chakra’s have such distinct and interesting shapes because of our bioelectric energy field. Our auras are shaped. We shape them. Aren’t we all trying to ascend to a place where we understand how and why our energies are shaped the way they are? Well, Aura imaging and interpretation is the key.

    An aura scan will show you where u stand today in terms of physical, mental & spiritual alignment. It will even reveal your energy levels in your chakras and endocrine glands.

    An Aura scan shows u WHO you are and HOW you are in all 3 realms… physical, mental and spiritual. Aura Scanning is scanning not just the obvious but the oblivious.

    We take individualized Aura Scans and Reports on Win Aura Pro developed by Scientist Guy Coggins from California. The other machines we use are PIP, Resonant Frequency Imaging and the Lecher Antenna. All these machines have been conceived and conceptualized by various leading scientists. The machines have been tested and verified on thousands of people with positive results.

  • Our Services

    An individual Aura Scan shows where you stand physically, mentally and spiritually.An individual Aura Scan shows where you stand physically, mentally and spiritually.You can see your chakras live in function. It also gives you an insight of your Karmic baggage. And much much more…
  • Our Mission

    The mission is to slowly have a global reckoning of Thy Divine Design starting with India. Reckoning not just in terms of mass awareness but also in terms of scientific research of spiritual concepts. Mission is to make Aura Scanning the next generation X-ray scanning.
  • Student lectures

    We conduct lectures for graduate and under graduate students. These lectures are conducted with a view to establish the various governing scientific concepts behind Aura. It also explores the various benefits of seeing and knowing your Aura in terms of growth in life. Professionally and personally.
  • Workshops on Aura Exploration

    Various workshops are conducted on Aura exploration and its journey. This workshop entails a full day program with hands on experience with Aura Scanning and experiments. The deepest secrets of human design as originally ordained by the universe are revealed in this process. This workshop is a onetime ‘must’ in life.
  • Workshops on Mysteries of Life

    The unveiling of the meaning and mysteries behind yantra, tantra and mantra, devas and danavs, asuras and rakshasas, angels and demons and much more…. is done in this workshop. We also explore the connection between crop circles, pyramids, ley lines, hollow earth and the Indian scriptures like Vedas and Puranas. A very interesting workshop for all those who are ‘searching’ and cannot help their desire to want to know ‘more’.
  • Healing Workshops and Seminars

    Various conduits of healing and healers are presented in this workshop. The aim is to not just find a sure shot way to heal a disease or issue in your life. The aim is to actually heal it. This workshop is a journey for all seekers, patients and healers.
  • About Chakras

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  • our vision and our Mission

    Our Vision

    The vision is to create a new world where each individual can see and revel in their original design as was meant to be. The vision is to bring in Satyug. A new era. Thy Divine Design was incorporated with the sole vision of creating depth and awareness in people. Aura is a part of it. The Vision is to bring about a revolution.

    Our Mision

    The mission is to slowly have a global reckoning of Thy Divine Design starting with India. Reckoning not just in terms of mass awareness but also in terms of scientific research of spiritual concepts. Mission is to make Aura Scanning the next generation X-ray scanning.
  • About Us

    The Divine Design is a venture undertaken to excavate the original human design as ordained. Its endeavor is to assist the individual journey beyond the realms that exist within the purview of six senses. It aims to explore the dimensions of death and innovations of Life. The Divine Design was established and founded by Shraddha Gandhi.

    Our Vision

    The vision is to create a new world where each individual can see and revel in their original design as was meant to be. The vision is to bring in Satyug. A new era. Thy Divine Design was incorporated with the sole vision of creating depth and awareness in people. Aura is a part of it. The Vision is to bring about a revolution.

    Our Mision

    The mission is to slowly have a global reckoning of Thy Divine Design starting with India. Reckoning not just in terms of mass awareness but also in terms of scientific research of spiritual concepts. Mission is to make Aura Scanning the next generation X-ray scanning.

    Shraddha Gandhi:

    Shraddha Gandhi has been a professor at various August establishments. Born in a spiritual household with childhood spent at various ashrams in India, spiritual scriptures and their teachings form the base of Shraddha’s persona and personality. A scientific mindset proves to be an asset as Shraddha translates and simplifies various scriptures proven by science research into an applicable written and lecture format. Leaving her profession, Shraddha decided to follow her passion, which is the excavation of the hidden truths and prove them scientifically. This explains why she started a venture called ‘The Divine Design’.

    Fondly called ‘Didi’ by most of her clients and students, she insists that though she accepts the affection, it is always better to be on a first name basis. “It is very easy for a human to fall into an emotion when you name a relation.

    Then the individual takes a second seat and the emotion comes in forefront. That kind of defeats the whole purpose of growth”, she says. Today Shraddha Gandhi gives various lectures and seminars to corporates and students on the Theory of Karma and Aura Scanning. She also uses various scientific research tools and machines to scan an individual aura.

    She has presented her theories on aura before the Supreme Justice of India Dr. P. N. Bhagwati, and been awarded for the same.

    The Vice Chancellor of Mumbai has acknowledged Ms. Shraddha Gandhi’s contribution in her field. Shraddha has had various lectures in August institutes like Somaiya College, M.E.T College, Bhaidas Hall, ISKON, etc.
    She has taken thousands of individual Aura Scans on which she is presently writing a thesis of her research about the same.

    Some of her clients include:

    Dr. P.N Bhagwati
    Kiran Bedi
    Princess Rohini Devi Jadeja (daughter of the last king of Bhavnagar and daughter in law of the last Emperor of Kutch)Amit roy (T.V Artist)
    Priyank Shah (T.V Artist)
    Dr. Kavita Jhingan (Model)
    Mr. Ameet Mehta (Advocate)
    Swami Krishnandji
    Swami Satkrupanandji Etc…
    She received the best speaker’s award from Mr. Anand Mahindra at an executive debate on synergy in management. Authored a book on Management and Preksha Dhyan.

    Shraddha Gandhi’s mission in life is to explore and establish the realities beyond the obvious. Which is why she started her own Company ‘The Divine Design’ to fulfill this vision. The Divine Design is an endeavor to excavate the original divine design as ordained.


    Sadanand Shetty:



    Sadanand Shetty is a computer engineer with 25 years of job experience into hardware. The sole desire of using modern technology to prove ancient concepts, Sadanand is instrumental in providing scientific spiritual solutions to the masses.
  • Our Services


    Individual Aura Scanning

    Corporate Seminars

    Student lectures

    Workshops on Aura Exploration

    Workshops on Mysteries of Life

    Healing Workshops and Seminars



    1] Individual Aura Scanning:

    We have machines via which you can see your Aura LIVE on screen. A 15 page aura report is generated and we explain the report to you in detail. An individual Aura Scan shows where you stand physically, mentally and spiritually.You can see your chakras live in function. It also gives you an insight of your Karmic baggage. And much much more…

    2] Corporate Seminars:

    We conduct a 2 hour Seminar or a full day seminar for corporate employees depending on the corporate requirement and training. The topic is Aura Scanning and its relation to the Law of karma in respect with our individual life. This seminar is done with a purpose to increase the employee EQ (Emotional Quotient) and SQ (Spiritual Quotient) other than the feel good factor and entertainment.

    3] Student lectures:

    We Conduct lectures for graduate and post graduate students.These lectures are conducted with a view to establish the various governing scientific concepts behind Aura. It also explores the various benefits of seeing and knowing your Aura in terms of growth in life. Professionally and personally.

    4] Workshops on Aura Exploration:

    Various workshops are conducted on Aura exploration and its journey. This workshop entails a full day program with hands on experience with Aura Scanning and experiments. The deepest secrets of human design as originally ordained by the universe are revealed in this process. This workshop is a onetime ‘must’ in life.

    5] Workshops on Mysteries of Life:

    The unveiling of the meaning and mysteries behind yantra, tantra and mantra, devas and danavs, asuras and rakshasas, angels and demons and much more…. is done in this workshop. We also explore the connection between crop circles, pyramids, ley lines, hollow earth and the Indian scriptures like Vedas and Puranas. A very interesting workshop for all those who are ‘searching’ and cannot help their desire to want to know ‘more’.

    6] Healing Workshops and Seminars:

    Various conduits of healing and healers are presented in this workshop. The aim is to not just find a sure shot way to heal a disease or issue in your life. The aim is to actually heal it. This workshop is a journey for all seekers, patients and healers.
  • Frequently Asked Questions

    1) What is Aura ?

    Aura is a bio-energy field around your body. This field is magnetic in nature. It is the corona discharge we emanate as a field of light and colours.

    2) Does Aura have colours?

    Aura is never without any colours. If we are rooted and balanced, the aura reflects this balance in its shape & colours.

    3) Can Aura be seen with the naked eye?

    Yes! It is possible to see Aura with the naked eye. There is nothing more powerful in nature than individual will and desire. When ‘will’ & ‘desire’ are combined with the ‘deserving’ factor, it becomes possible to see the Aura.

    4) How does the knowledge of our Aura help us?

    Knowing and seeing your own Aura gives you an insight into your own inner realm. It helps us have an indication of our health & diseases.
    Physically, it shows us ‘how’ we are.
    Mentally, it shows us ‘what’ we are.
    Spiritually, it indicates ‘where’ we are.

    5) How genuine is Aura scanning?

    As genuine as X Ray scanning is. An X Ray of your chest shows you the inner workings of your chest. An Aura scan shows you the workings of your energies.

    6) Do plants and animals have an Aura?

    Yes. Every living being has an Aura. Even non-living beings have static Aura.

    7) Do our Aura colours change or remain static?

    The Aura colours change moment to moment in a living being. This is because we are changing our cells, thoughts, emotions, and vibrations moment to moment.

    8) Does Environment influence Aura?

    Very much so. But more than the environment, it is usually our reaction to this environment that defines our Aura.

    9) If Aura is not visible with the naked eye, how can we know its presence?

    We can feel the Aura by sensitizing our hands. And also, there are many different methods through which we can see it.

    10) Does Aura in any way reflect our Past, Present and Future?

    Aura is not a prediction tool. It shows you ‘who’ you are, not who you ‘think’ you are. It absolutely reflects ONLY your present. As your present is influenced by past happenings (this life or previous lives), there is an indication of the past in it as well.

    11) Is it possible to change our Aura consciously?

    Yes! It is very much possible. Infact, it is much desirable to do so. There are some Yogic, Tantric & Spiritual ways to increase your frequency and change your Aura.

    12) Do clairvoyants really exist?

    Yes, they do! But they are rare and few. The real clairvoyants try not to publicize themselves. I have been fortunate to meet two such blessed souls.

    13) How are Chakra’s related to the Aura?

    Chakra’s are energy vortexes situated at the location of your endocrine system. They depict the flow and the quality of the flow of energy to the various body parts. We can see this energy flow in Aura Scanning and can depict various physical & mental ailments with it.

    14) Can somebody else have the power to change your Aura?

    No! Only you can change your Aura!
    The Aura can get influenced or blessed with someone around but that’s usually temporary. Only you have the power to bring permanent changes in your Aura.

    15) Can meditation help change Aura?

    Yes! Meditation can bring about a change in your basic cellular and pranic level. That would make it possible to change the Aura.
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  • Testimonials

    ‘‘I never knew I had a Thyroid problem until I did my Aura scan. Not just that I got a way to get out of it too. Its amazing!”

    Sumeet Parekh (LIC executive)



    ‘Something that our scriptures said thousands of years back; Science has now proved it. Truly this is a metaphysical age.’

    Dr Mahesh Aanchal (ISRO R&D)



    ‘It was a nice experience. It showed me about my physical body ailments and mental apprehensions. Truly insightful.’

    Dr P.N Bhagwati (Ex Supreme Justice of India)



    ‘A person can be in a spiritual field. Or read a lot of spiritual books. But that doesn’t make him spiritual. This amazingly shows us who we truly are and where we have reached.’

    Rishi Prayag Parekh (AOL)



    ‘Shraddha showed me the energy disbalance at the Swadhishthan chakra and asked me to get it medically checked. I had prostrate cancer. Thanx to Shraddha I have started my treatment at such an early stage. Everyone should get their Aura scanned.’

    Mr. Kalki Pistolwala (Business)



    ‘I had no idea that there were machines now to scan our energies. And so well explained and diagonised by you.’

    Dr. Usha Ramkrishnan (Gynaecologist)



    ‘This is revolutionary.’

    Swami Kevalanandji (Manan Ashram)



    ‘I am amazed at the experience and with Shraddha’s knowledge of medical and spiritual science.’

    Priti Shah (Catering business)



    ‘I just burst into tears at some of the revelations. I finally got an answer to most of my life questions. I got my husband and daughters and mother in law to do it too.’

    Swati Monga (Housewife)



    ‘I have been getting my Aura scanned from Shraddha for the past 6 years now. Its become as important to me as my health check up each year.’

    Swati Sargam (Beautician)



    ‘Very insightful and informative. Have told my mother to get it done too. I always knew where I was heading. This just proved it.’

    Mahesh Kamat (Studying for law)



    ‘I was so scared to do it initially but its shown me a lot of myself that I neverknew about myself. I am now trying to overcome my shortcomings through this medium. Thanks Shraddha. You are like an angel for me’.

    Sonal Modi (House wife)



    My girlfriend and I did it together. I wanted to see if our Auras match or clash. Fortunately for us they complimented each other. Thx Shraddha. Will be back next year.:)

    Sunil Kumar (Service- Pavan Hans)



    ‘It is unbelievable how accurate this is. I can’t fathom how this is possible. Mindboggling-truly.’

    Sukhmani Singh (Professor)



    ‘Very Harry Potterish experience. Felt I am living in a different world now. Din’t know I had such colours around me’.

    Alfred Goretti ( DJ)



    ‘This is a torch. To show us the way. And you are holding that torch Shraddha. Blessed. Thk u.’

    Iqbql Qureshi (Business)



    ‘It’s the moment of truth!

    Minal Sinha (Student- MMS Rizvi)



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  • Muladhar Chakra← back

    Location

    Muladhar is said to be located near the basal end of the spinal column in the vicinity of the coccygeal plexus beneath the sacrumit while its superficial activation point, is located on the perineum. Muladhar is the base from which the three main psychic channels or Nadis emerge: the Ida, Pingala and Sushumna.

    Appearance

    Its symbol is a yellow, square lotus, surrounded by eight shining spears on the sides and corners, and with four red petals. The deity of this region is Indra, who is yellow in colour, four-armed, holding a vajra and blue lotus in his hands, and mounted upon the white elephant Airavata, who has seven trunks, denoting the seven elements vital to physical functioning. Occasionally, instead of Indra, the deity is Ganesha, with coral orange skin, wearing a lemon yellow dhoti with a green silk scarf draped around his shoulders. In his three hands he holds a laddu, a lotus flower, a hatchet, and the fourth is raised in the mudra of dispelling fear. It is also believed that Muladhar is a subtle abode of the Hindu God, Ganapati. And in the highest revered prayer for Ganapati, the Ganapati Atharvashira, it is mentioned that ‘one who worships Lord Ganapati would easily grasp the concept and realize Brahman’.

    Beej mantra

    The seed mantra syllable is लं laṃ. Within the bindu, or point that forms a part of the letter, just above it, is Brahma, who is deep red, with four faces and four arms, holding a staff, a sacred vase of nectar, a Japa mala, and making the gesture of dispelling fear (alternatively instead of the staff and Jappa mala he is holding a lotus flower and the sacred scriptures). He is seated on a swan. A goddess called Dakini is his shakti. She is beautiful with three eyes and four arms, is shining red or white, holding a trident, a skulled staff, a swan, and a drinking vessel, and is seated on a swan. Instead of a swan and drinking vessel, at times she holds a sword and a shield.

    Seat of Kundalini

    In the centre of the square, below the seed syllable, is a deep red inverted triangle. The great spiritual potential, the kundalini, shakti sleeps here, waiting to be aroused and brought back up to the source from which it originated, Brahman. She is represented as a snake wrapped three and a half times around a smokey grey lingam.

    Petals

    The four petals are red, with the Sanskrit syllables वं vaṃ, शं śaṃ, षं ṣaṃ and सं saṃ written in gold upon them, representing the four vritties: greatest joy, natural pleasure, delight in controlling passion, and blissfulness in concentration. Alternatively, they may represent dharma(psycho-spiritual longing), artha(psychic longing), kama(physical longing) and moksha(longing for spiritual liberation).

    Function

    The transcendental basis of physical nature, and is considered the “root” or “foundation” chakra, is known as Muladhar. Kundalini awakening begins here. It is also known as the seat of the “red bindu” or subtle drop, which rises up to the “white bindu” in the head to unite the female and masculine energies or shakti and shiva . It is associated with the element of earth, and the sense of smell, and the action of excretion. “By meditating thus on Her who shines within the Muladhar Chakra, with the luster of ten million Suns, a man becomes Lord of speech and King among men, and an Adept in all kinds of learning. He becomes ever free from all diseases, and his inmost Spirit becomes full of great gladness. Pure of disposition by his deep and musical words, he serves the foremost of the Devas.”

    Association with the body

    Muladhar is located at the base of the spine, and is related to the perineum, near the anus. Being associated with the sense of smell, it is associated with the nose, and being associated with excretion, it is associated with the anus.

    Practices

    In Kundalini Yoga, there are various yogic practices held to incite the energy in Muladhar including: asanas(such as Garudasana, Shashankasana and Siddhasana); nosetip gazing, or Nasikagra Drishti; specific pranayamas; and most importantly the practice of mula bandha the contraction of the perineum, which awakens kundalini, and is also important for the retention of semen.
  • Swadhisthan Chakra← back

    Location

    Swadhisthan is positioned at the tailbone, two finger-widths above Muladhar. It has six petals which match the qualities of affection, pitilessness, and feeling of all-destructiveness,delusion, disdain and suspicion. Its corresponding point in the front of the body is at the pubic bone.

    Appearance

    Swadhisthan is described as a black lotus, with six vermillion coloured petals. Inside of this lotus is a white crescent moon, formed by two different sized inner circles, one inside of the other. The crescent moon is the water region, whose deity is Varuna, white in colour, four-armed, holding a noose and seated on a crocodile. The two inner circles also have petals, the larger one has eight outward facing petals, and the smaller one has eight inward facing petals.

    Beej Mantra

    The seed mantra, located in the innermost circle, is a moon-white वं vaṃ. Within the bindu, or dot, above the mantra is the deityVishnu. He is shining dark blue, wearing a yellow dhoti, and holds a conch, a mace, a wheel and a lotus. He wears the shriwatsa mark, and the koustabha gem, and is seated either on a pink lotus, or on the divine eagleGaruda. His Shakti is the goddess Rakini. She is dark black, dressed in a red or white sari, seated on a red lotus, and she is either one faced and two armed, holding a sword and a shield, or two faced and four armed, holding either a trident, lotus, drum and vajra, or an arrow, skull, drum and axe.

    Petals

    The six petals are vermillion, and have the following syllables written on them in the colour of lightning: बं baṃ, भं bhaṃ, मं maṃ, यं yaṃ, रं raṃ and लं laṃ. They represent the vṛttis of affection, pitilessness, and feeling of all-destructiveness, delusion, disdain and suspicion.

    Function

    Swadhisthan is associated with the unconscious, and with emotion. It is closely related to Muladhar. Swadhisthan is where the different samskaras (potential karmas), lie dormant, and Muladhar is where these samskaras find expression. It is associated with the element of water, the sense of taste, and the action of reproduction. Swadhisthan contains unconscious desires, especially sexual desire, and it is said that to raise the kundalini shakti(energy of consciousness) above Swadhisthan is extremely difficult for this reason. Many saints have had to face the sexual temptations associated with this chakra. Through meditation on Swadhisthan, the following siddhis or occult powers are said to be obtained. One is freed from all his enemies, and becomes a lord among yogis. His words flow like nectar in well-reasoned discourse. One gains loss of fear of water, awareness of astral entities, and the ability to taste anything desired for oneself or others.

    [/h4]Association with the body[/h4] The location of Swadhisthan is just in front of the spine, in the sacral region, and its activation point is in the pubic region. Being connected with the sense of taste, it is associated with the tongue, and being connected with reproduction, it is associated with the genitals. It is often associated with the endocrine organs of the testesor ovaries in men and women respectively. These produce the hormones testosterone or estrogen, which are important factors in sexual behaviour. These are also the locations the spermatoza or eggs are stored with their latent genetic information, like the latent samskaras that lie dormant within Swadhisthan.

    Practices

    Practices in kundalini yoga for controlling and balancing the energy in Swadhisthan chakra include vajroli mudra(contraction of the genitals), ashvini mudra(contraction of the anus), and various asanas and pranayams.
  • Manipur Chakra← back

    Location

    Located in the area of the solar plexus, navel, and the digestive system, the fiery third chakra is called Manipur, the “resplendent gem.” Associated with the color yellow, this chakra is involved in self-esteem, warrior energy, and the power of transformation; it also governs digestion and metabolism. A healthy, spirited third chakra supports us in overcoming inertia, jump-starting our “get-up-and-go” attitude so that we can take risks, assert our will, and assume responsibility for our life. This chakra is also the place of our deep belly laughter, warmth, ease, and the vitality we receive from performing selfless service.

    Appearance

    Manipur is represented by a downward pointing red triangle, the fire region, within a bright yellow circle, with 10 dark-blue or black petals like heavily laden rain clouds. The triangle has a t-shaped swastika on each of its sides. The fire region is represented by the god Vahni, who is shining red, with 4 arms, holding a rosary and a spear, and is making the gestures of granting boons and dispelling fear. He is seated on a ram, the animal that represents this chakra.

    Beej Mantra

    The seed mantra is the syllable ‘Ram’. Within the bindu or dot above this mantra resides the deity Rudra, who is red or white, with 3 eyes, of ancient aspect with a silver beard, and smeared with white ashes. He makes the gestures of granting boons and dispelling fear. He is either seated upon a tiger skin, or upon a bull. His Shakti is the goddess Lakini. She is a black or dark-blue vermillion, with 3 faces with 3 eyes each, and is four-armed, holding a thunderbolt, the arrow shot from the bow of Kama, fire, and making the gesture of granting boons and dispelling fear. She is seated upon a red lotus.

    Petals

    The ten petals are dark-blue or black, like heavily laden rainclouds, with the syllables dda, ddha, nna, ta, tha, da, dha, na, pa, and pha upon them in a dark-blue colour. They correspond to the vrittis of spiritual ignorance, thirst, jealousy, treachery, shame, fear, disgust, dillusion, foolishness and sadness.

    Function

    Manipur is considered the center of dynamism, energy, willpower and achievement, which radiates prana throughout the entire human body. It is associated with the power of fire and digestion. It is also associated with the sense of sight and the action of movement. Manipur is “the center of etheric-psychic intuition: a vague or non-specific, sensual sense of knowing; a vague sense of size, shape, and intent of being. As such, some psychics recommend “listening” to it since it may help in making better decisions in one’s life on many different levels. Through meditating on Manipur, one is said to attain the siddhi, or occult power, to create, destroy or save the world.

    Association with the body

    The position of Manipur is stated as being either behind the navel or the solar plexus. Sometimes, when it is located at the navel, a secondary chakra called Surya (sun) chakra is located at the solar plexus, whose role is to absorb and assimilate prana from the sun. Being related to the sense of sight, it is associated with the eyes, and being associated with movement, it is associated with the feet. In the endocrine system, Manipur is said to be associated with the pancreas, and the outer adrenal glands; the adrenal cortex. These glands create important hormones involved in digestion, converting food into energy for the body, in the same way that Manipur radiates prana throughout the body.

    Practices

    In kundalini yoga, different practices for arousing and balancing the energies of Manipur include various asanas which work on that part of the body, pranayama, Uddiyana bandha (exhaling and pulling back and up of the abdomen and diaphragm respectively) and agnisara kriya (practicing jalandhar bandh, and moving the abdomen in and out), as well as the practice of Nauli (stomach churning), and a pranayama called the union of prana and apana, where the lower and higher winds are made to unite together.
  • Anahat Chakra← back

    Location

    The Anahat chakra is positioned in the central channel behind the spine at the heart region, with its superficial activation site actually in the heart region between the two breasts.

    Appearance

    Anahat is represented by a smoke grey lotus flower, with 12 vermilion petals. Inside of it is a smoke-coloured region that is made from the intersection of 2 triangles, creating a shatkona. The Shatkona is a symbol used in Hindu yantra that represents the union of both the masculine and feminine form. More specifically it is supposed to represent Purusha (the Supreme Being), and Prakriti (Mother Nature, or causal matter). Often this is represented as Shiva – Shakti. The deity of this region is Vayu, who is smoke coloured, four-armed, holding a kusha and riding upon an antelope, the animal of this chakra.

    Beej mantra

    The seed syllable is the mantra ‘Yam’, dark-grey in colour. Within the bindu or dot above the syllable resides the deity Isha (Lord in an all pervading form), who is either shining white or blue in colour, with either 1 or 5 faces, 3 eyes on each face, with either 2, 4 or 10 arms, clad in a tiger skin, holding a trident and a drum, or making gestures of granting boons and dispelling fear. His shakti is Kakini, who is shining yellow or rose in colour. She has a number of variations, having either 1, 3 or 6 faces, 2 or 4 arms, and holding a variety of implements, occasionally a sword, shield, skull and trident. She is seated on a red lotus.

    Petals

    The twelve petals are vermilion coloured, and upon them are inscribed the syllables kam, kham, gam, gham, ngam, cham, chham, jam, jham, nyam, tam and tham in Sanskrit. They match the vrittis of lust, fraud, indecision, repentance, hope, anxiety, longing, impartiality, arrogance, incompetence, discrimination and defiance.

    Function

    Anahat is considered the seat of the Jivatman, and Para Shakti. In the Upnishads, this is described as being like a tiny flame that resided inside the heart. Anahat is so called because it is in this place that sages hear that sound (Anahat – Shabd) which comes without the striking of any two things together. It is associated with the element of air, the sense of touch, and with actions of the hands. Anahat is associated with the ability to make decisions outside of the realm of karma. In Manipur and below, man is bound by the laws of karma, and the fate he has in store for him. In Anahata, one is making decisions, ‘following your heart’, based upon one’s higher self, and not from the unfulfilled emotions and desires of lower nature. It is also associated with love and compassion, charity to others, and forms of psychic healing. Meditation on this chakra is said to bring about the following siddhis, or occult powers; he becomes a lord of speech; he is dearer than the dearest to women; his senses are completely under control; and he can enter at will into another’s body.

    Associations with the body

    Anahat is said to be located near the region of the heart. Because of its association with touch, it is associated with the skin, and because of its association with actions of the hands, it is associated with the hands. In the endocrine system, Anahat is supposedly associated with the thymus gland, located in the chest.

    Practices

    In Kundalini Yoga, the anahat is awoken and balanced through practices including asanas, pranayamas, and the practice of ajapa japa(the practice of japa without the mental effort normally needed to repeat the mantra.). It is purified through the process of bhakti (devotion).
  • Vishuddhi Chakra← back

    Location

    Vishuddhi is positioned at the neck region located near the spine, with its superficial activation point in the pit of the throat.

    Appearance

    This chakra is white with 16 purple or smoke coloured petals. Within the pericarp is a sky-blue downward pointing triangle, within which there is a circular region that is white, like the full-moon. This represents the element of aether. This region is represented by the deity Ambara, who is white in colour, with four arms, holding a noose and a goad, making the gestures of granting boons and dispelling fear and seated upon a white elephant.

    Beej Mantra

    The bija mantra (seed sound) is the syllable हं haṃ, and is written in white upon the chakra. In the bindu or point above the mantra resides the deity Sadashiva, who has 5 faces and 10 arms. The right side of his body is a white Shiva, and the left half of the body is a golden Shakti. He is holding a trident, chisel, sword, vajra, fire, a great snake, a bell, a goad, and a noose, and is making the gesture of dispelling fear. He is clad in a tiger skin. His Shakti is Shakini, who is shining white, with five faces, three eyes each, and four armed, with a bow and arrow, noose, and goad, and seated on a red lotus.

    Petals

    Vishuddhi has sixteen purple petals upon which are written the 16 Sanskrit Vowels in golden; अa आā इi ईī उu ऊū ऋṛ ॠṝ ऌḷ ॡḹ एe ऐai ओo औau अःḥ अंṃ NB: Some vowels listed above do not strictly correspond to the grammatical definition of a Sanskrit vowel, specificallyॡ ḹ,अः ḥ, andअं ṃ. The petals correspond to the vrittis of the mantra Ong [Aum], the Sama-mantras, the mantra Hung, the mantra Phat, the mantra Washat, the mantra Swadha, the mantra Swaha, the mantra Namak, the nectar Amrita, and then the seven musical tones.

    Function

    Vishuddhi chakra is known as the purification centre. Here the nectar amrita that drips down from the Bindu chakra, and is split into a pure form and a poison. In its more abstract form, it is associated with higher discrimination, and it is associated with creativity and self-expression. When Vishuddhi is closed, we undergo decay and death. When it is open, negative experiences are transformed into wisdom and learning. The success and failure in one’s life depends upon the state of this chakra (polluted/clean). Guilty feeling is the most prominent reason for this chakra to block the Kundalini Energy moving upwards. It is associated with the element Akashaand the sense of hearing, as well as the action of speaking. Meditation upon this chakra is said to bring about the following siddhis or occult powers; vision of the three periods, past, present and future; freedom from disease and old age; destruction of dangers; and the ability to move the three worlds.

    Associations with the body

    This chakra is located in the neck and throat. Due to its association with hearing, it is related to the ears, and due to its association with speaking, it is associated with the mouth. Vishuddhi is often associated with the thyroid gland in the human endocrine system. This gland is in the neck, and produces hormones essential for growth and maturation.

    Practices

    In Kundalini yoga, Vishuddhi can be opened and balanced through practices including asanas (such as shoulder-stand), pranayama, Jalandhar Bandha (throat lock), andKhecarī mudrā. This chakra can be cleaned/opened by meditation and also by practicing singing or playing instrumental music.
  • Agya Chakra← back

    Location

    The Agya chakra is positioned in the brain directly behind the eyebrow Centre, while its superficial activation site, is at the eyebrow region in the position of the “third eye.”

    Appearance

    Agya is white in colour, with two white petals. Inside the pericarp is the Shakti Hakini, who is moon white, with six faces, and six arms, holding a book, a skull, a drum, a rosary, and making the gestures of granting boons and dispelling fears. Above her is a downward pointing triangle, within which is a moon-white lingum. In some systems the deity Ardhnareshvara hermaphrodite form of Shiv-Shakti, symbolising the primordial duality of subject and object, resides within the lingum. Above the triangle is another smaller triangle, within which is the bija mantra Aum.

    Beej mantra

    The seed syllable is Aum, or “Pranava Om”, the supreme sound.

    Petals

    Agya has two white petals, said to represent the psychic channels, Ida and Pingala, which meet here with the central Sushumna nadi (channel) before rising to the crown chakra, Sahastrar. Written upon them in white are the letters ‘Ham’ on the left petal, and ‘ksham’ on the right petal, representing Shiv and Shakti, respectively. These petals also represent the manifest and unmanifest mind, and are said by some to represent the pineal and pituitary glands.

    Function

    Agya translates as ‘command’, and is considered as the eye of intuition. When something is seen in the mind’s eye, or in a dream, it is being ‘seen’ by Agya. It is a bridge that links guru.
  • Sahastrar Chakra← back

    Location

    The Sahastrar is located either at the top of the head, or a little above it.

    Appearance

    The Sahastrar is described as having 1,000 multi-coloured petals which are arranged in 20 layers, each of them with 50 petals. The pericarp is golden and a circular moon region is inscribed on it with a downward pointing triangle.

    Petals

    Often referred to as a thousand-petaled lotus, it is said to be the most subtle chakra in the system, relating to pure consciousness, and it is from this chakra that all the other chakras emanate. When a yogi is able to raise his or her kundalini, energy of consciousness, up to this point, the state of Samadhiis experienced.

    Function

    The Sahastrar Chakra symbolizes detachment from illusion; an essential element in obtaining supramental higher consciousness of the truth that one is all and all is one.Meditating on this point is said to bring about the siddhis, or occult powers, of transforming into the divine, and being able to do whatever one wishes. In some schemes of chakras, there are actually several chakras that are all closely related at the top of the head. Rising from Agya,we have the Manas chakra on the forehead, which is closely associated with Agya. Above Manas there is Bindu Visarga at the back of the head, Mahanada, Nirvana, which is located on the crown, Guru, and then Sahastrar proper, located above the crown.

    Association with the body

    Sahastrar is related to the crown of the head. It is related to the pineal gland.
  • Other Chakras← back

    Lalana Chakra

    Closely related to Vishuddhi is a minor chakra, located in the roof of the mouth, called Lalana. It has 12 red or white petals that correspond to the virtues of respect, contentment, offense, self-control, pride, affection, sorrow, depression, purity, dissatisfaction, honor and anxiety. Inside is a red circular moon region. This acts as a reservoir for the nectar amrit. When vishuddhi is inactive, this nectar is allowed to run downwards into Manipur, where it is consumed, resulting in physical degeneration. Through practices such as khechari mudra, however, the nectar can be made to enter Vishuddhi, where it is purified, and becomes nectar of immortality.

    Guru Chakra

    The guru chakra is located above the head, just below Sahastrar proper. It is white, with 12 white petals, upon which is written the guru mantra, Ha Sa Kha Freng Ha Sa Ksha Ma La Wa Ra Yung. It contains a circular moon region, within which is a downward pointing triangle containing a jeweled altar with the crescent moon below and circular bindu above. Inside the bindu is the seat, upon which are the gurus’ footstools, upon which are the Gurus feet. This position is considered very important in Tibetan Tantric practices of deity yoga, where the guru or deity is often visualized above the crown.

    Hrit Chakra – the wish-fulfilling tree

    Hrit chakra, just below Anahat, is the seat of the wish-fulfilling tree. Immediately below Anahat at the solar plexus, or sometimes located slightly to the left-hand side of the body, is a minor chakra known as Hrit, or Hridaya (heart), with eight petals. It contains three consecutive regions, a vermilion sun region, within which is a white moon region, within which is a deep-red fire region, and within this is the red wish-fulfilling tree, kalpa taru, which symbolizes the ability to manifest whatever one wishes to happen in the world. Hrit chakra is occasionally identified as Surya (Sun) chakra, which again is situated below the heart, and sometimes slightly to the left. Its role is to absorb energy from the sun, and to provide heat to the body and other chakras, in particular to Manipur, to which it provides the Agni or fire element.


    Manas Chakra

    Manas chakra is responsible for sending sense perceptions to the higher chakras. The petals change colour depending on the sense Directly above Agya is a minor chakra known as Manas, or mind. It possesses six petals, one for each of the five senses, and one for sleep. These petals are normally white, but assume the colour of the senses when activated by them, and they are black during sleep. Its function is to send sense perceptions to the higher chakras.

    Bindu Visarg Chakra

    The Bindu Visarg is located at the back of the head, in a place where many Brahmins keep a tuft of hair. It is symbolised by a crescent moon on a moonlit night, with a point or bindu above it. This is the white bindu, with which yogis try to unite the red bindu below, and it is the source of the divine nectar or amrit which falls down to vishuddhi for distribution throughout the entire bodily system. This white drop is considered the essence of sperm, while the red bindu is considered the essence of the menstrual fluid. This chakra is sometimes known as the Indu, Chandra or Soma chakra. In other descriptions, it is located on the forehead, white, with 16 petals, corresponding to the vrittis of mercy, gentleness, patience, non-attachment, control, excellent- qualities, joyous mood, deep spiritual love, humility, reflection, restfulness, seriousness, effort, controlled emotion, magnanimity and concentration.

    Mahanada Chakra

    The name of this chakra means ‘Great Sound’, and it is in the shape of a plough. It represents the primal sound from which emanates all of creation.

    Nirvana Chakra

    This chakra is located on the crown of the head. It is white in colour and possesses 100 white petals. It marks the end of the sushumna central channel. It is responsible for different levels of concentration, dharana, dhyana and savikalpa samadhi.

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