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Swami Satyananda Saraswati

SUMMARY | Chapter 10 | How to Balance Your Chakras

Every point, spec or fiber of the body is symbolically represented related to one of the chakras. If you experience pain in any part of the body, the sensation will go to the chakra related to that particular area. This means your whole body is connected with one of the chakras. For example, the urinary, excretory and reproductive systems are fed by swadhisthana. Besides this, the sexual organs are connected to muladhara. The digestive system, intestines, appendix, pancreas, stomach and liver are all connected to manipura chakra. The heart and lungs are fed by anahata chakra. Kundalini Tantra is the spiritual technology that allows you to visualize and manipulate your own awareness into the experience of infinity.

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Mantra Tunes Chakras With Vibration

If you are stuck in muladhara or svadhisthana, you will need to purify the higher chakras and bring them into operation. There are many ways of doing it. For those who are strong in mind, there are some higher practices. By concentration on bhrumadaya you can awaken that chakra, by the practice of uddiyana bhanda, or you can awaken another, by practicing mantra, you can awaken almost all the chakras one by one, and as a result of this awakening, you can have very good psychic experiences which you can easily handle. In my opinion, it is safer to awaken the chakras by the mild methods.

Hatha Yoga Adjusts Chakras With Motion

The asanas are intended to create mild awakening in the chakras. For example, sarvangasana will awaken vishuddi, matsyana will awaken anahata, bhujangasana will awaken the swadhisthana. By awakening the chakras mildly, you will not have any jolting experiences. Sometimes when a chakra is awakened suddenly, you can have the experience of lower lives. This means you can be assaulted, by fear, anxiety, greed, passion, depression, etc.