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Chakra 1Muladhara 18Swadhisthana 21Manipura 24Anahata 27Vishuddha 30Ajna 34Sahasrara 37Ahamkara 41Aura 43Endocrine system 45Hindu tantra 58Karma 66Soul 74Subpersonal chakras 90Third eye 92Transpersonal chakras 96Sanskrit 98Kundalini 116Tantra 122Crystal healing 130Color healing 132Alternative medicine 135Energy medicine 153Magnet therapy 159Vibrational medicine 163
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Chakra1
Chakra
Chakras in the human body depicted with theirresiding deities.
Chakra
(derived from the Sanskrit
cakraṃ
 
 चक् रं 
Sanskritpronunciation:
[
ˈ
t
ʃə
kr
ə̃
], pronounced
Hindustani pronunciation:
[
ˈ
t
ʃə
kr
ə
] inHindi; Pali:
chakka
 
॰हक् क 
, Tamil:
சக்கரம்
, Chinese:
轮 
, Tibetan:འཁོར་ལོ་;
khorlo
) is a Sanskrit word that translates as "wheel" or"turning." It is a concept and term originating from Hindu texts andused in Hindu practices.Chakra is a concept referring to wheel-like vortices which, accordingto traditional Indian medicine, are believed to exist in the surface of theetheric double of man.
[1]
The Chakras are said to be "force centers" orwhorls of energy permeating, from a point on the physical body, thelayers of the subtle bodies in an ever-increasing fan-shaped formation.Rotating vortices of subtle matter, they are considered the focal pointsfor the reception and transmission of energies.
[2]
Different systemsposit a varying number of chakras; the most well known system in theWest is that of 7 chakras.It is typical for chakras to be depicted as either flower-like orwheel-like. In the former, a specific number of "petals" are shownaround the perimeter of a circle. In the latter, a certain number of spokes divide the circle into segments that make the chakra resemble awheel (or "chakra"). Each chakra possesses a specific number of segments or petals.Texts describing the chakras go back as far as the later Upanishads, forexample the Yoga Kundalini Upanishad.

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