Showing posts with label Sahastrara. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sahastrara. Show all posts



Lord Siva's abode is the Sahasrara Chakra. Satya Loka refers to this. This is seen at the very top of the brain. When Kundalini and Lord Siva merge at the Sahasrara Chakra, the Yogi experiences Parama Ananda, or Supreme Bliss. The Yogi achieves the superconscious mind and the Highest Knowledge when Kundalini is brought to this core. He evolves into either a Brahmavidvarishtha or a full-fledged Jnani.

This Padma is known as Sahasradala-Padma because it has 1000 petals. One thousand Yoga Nadis, in other words, emanate from this center. There are different opinions about the exact number of petals. It is sufficient to know that numerous Nadis branch off from this point.

The Yoga Nadis' vibrations are expressed by Sanskrit letters, much like the vibrations of other Chakras. On all Yoga Nadis, all 50 letters of the Sanskrit alphabet are repeated over and over. A Sukshma center is located here. The hippocampus is the human body's corresponding core.

Just the first six Chakras, Muladhara, Svadhishthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddha, and Ajna, are referred to as "Shat-Chakras." Over it all is the Sahasrara Chakra. This is the most important Chakra of them all. This center is intimately connected to all of the Chakras. As a result, it is not counted among the Shat-Chakras. This is the Chakra that sits on top of all the others.

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