The Linga Sarira contains chakras (astral body). 5 Jnanendriyas (ears, skin, eyes, tongue, and nose); 5 Karmendriyas (speech, hands, legs, genitals, anus); 5 Pranas (Prana, Apana, Vyana, Udana, Samana); Manas (mind); and Buddhi (mind) (intellect).

The spinal cord and the nerve plexuses of the gross body have corresponding centers. Each Chakra is in charge of and functions over a certain part of the body. These are invisible to the naked eye. Any irresponsible doctors look for Chakras in the physical body. They won't be able to find them there. They lose trust in Shastras and Yogic Kriyas because they can't locate any Chakra in a dead body.

The Linga Sarira's nervous system pushes Sukshma Prana (astral body). The nervous system of the gross human body is where Sthula Prana travels. The two classes are inextricably linked.

They behave and respond in response to one another. And after the actual entity has disintegrated to death, the Chakras remain in the astral body. The Chakras are only created through reflection and meditation, according to one school of thought. This is not an option. Since gross matter is the product of subtle matter, the Chakras should remain there in a subtle state. The gross body cannot exist without the subtle body. The sense of this statement is that the Sukshma Chakras can only be felt and understood during reflection and meditation.

Plexuses are found in areas where many nerves, lungs, and veins intertwine. Hepatic, Cervical, Brachial, Coccygeal, Lumbar, Sacral, Cardiac, Epigastric, Esophageal, Pharyngeal, Plumonary, Lingual, Prostatic, and other physical gross plexuses are known to the Vaidya Shastra. Sukshma Prana plexuses or centers can also be used in the Sushumna Nadi. These centers in Sushumna regulate all of the body's functions, including nervous, intestinal, circulatory, gastrointestinal, genito-urinary, and other systems. This are critical energy's subtle centers. They are the consciousness centers (Chaitanya). Sushumna's subtle centers refer to the human body's subtle centers. The Anahata Chakra, for example, is located in the Sushumna Nadi and has a physical counterpart at the heart (Cardiac Plexus).

Lotuses or Chakras are other names for the subtle centers in the Sushumna Nadi. Per Chakra is dominated by a specific Tattva. Each Chakra has its own presiding deity. Each Chakra is symbolized by a different species. It indicates that the center possesses the attributes, Tattvas, or Gunas of the animal in question. Muladhara, Svadhisthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddha, and Ajna are the six major Chakras. The chief Chakra is Sahasrara. It's all in your brain. The Lokas refer to these 7 Chakras (Bhuh, Bhuvah, Svah, Maha, Jana, Tapa, and Satya Lokas). The Pancha Bhutas (five elements): earth, water, fire, air, and ether have their centers from Muladhara to Vishuddha.

When Kundalini awakens, it travels across all of the Chakras from Muladhara to Sahasrara. The Yogi encounters a unique type of Ananda (Bliss) and receives unique Siddhis (psychic powers) and wisdom at each Kundalini center to which he guides the Kundalini. When Kundalini is brought to Sahasrara Chakra, he experiences Supreme Bliss.

Adhara (another name for Muladhara Chakra), Amrita, Ananda, Lalita, Balvana, Brahmadvara, Chandra, Dipaka, Karnamula, Gulhaha, Kuladipa, Kundali, Galabaddha, Kaladaada, Kaladhvara, Karangaka, Kalabhedan, Lalana, Mahapadma, Niradhara, Naukula, Prana, Som Any of these names are specific to the six major Chakras. There are several small Chakras as well. Some Hathayogis believe there are 21 minor Chakras in addition to the 13 main Chakras, whereas others believe there are 49 Chakras. The ancient Yogis taught that there are 144 Chakras. The twelve red petals of the Talana Chakra are found at the base of the palate, while the six petals of the Manas Chakra are connected with sensations, visions, and astral flight.


Each Chakra has a certain number of petals, each of which has a Sanskrit alphabet on it. The Sanskrit letter that corresponds to the vibration emitted at each petal is used to describe it. Devi Kundalini's Mantra is represented by each letter. The letters are present in the petals in a dormant state. During focus, these can be manifested, and the movements of the Nadis can be sensed.

The number of petals on a lotus flower can vary. Muladhara, Svadhishthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddha, and Ajna Chakras each have four, six, ten, twelve, sixteen, and two petals. The 50 petals contain all 50 Sanskrit letters. The number and location of the Yoga Nadis around each Chakra decide the number of petals in each Chakra. I'll make it transparent once more. A certain number of Yoga Nadis emerges from each Chakra. The Nadis serve as the petals of the Chakra, which resembles a lotus. The Sanskrit letter that corresponds to the sound made by the vibrations of the Yoga Nadis. When Kundalini is at the Muladhara Chakra, the Chakras' petals hang downwards. They turn towards Brahmarandhra as it awakens. They are still facing Kundalini's side.

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