is immensely important in a man’s life. It triggers off energy
patterns, liberates blocks and increases the life flow. It also plays
an important part in the release of Kundalini and the opening of the
chakras. Extended vibrations at a specific frequency creates movement
in the energy they touch; as definite sounds can smash a glass, definite
vibrations can trigger the flow of energy in areas related to the same
succeeding are Sanskrit words or mantras (thought forms) which associates
with the chakras. It is best to reiterate these specific sounds five
or ten times while concentrating on the related chakra. Several minutes
for each in the beginning is enough. One must either sit in the lotus
position or lie down. It is advised to take three breaths before beginning.
(It is all right to spend a longer time on some chakras compared to
a deviation for the crown chakra, one need to open up to "all sounds"
or the hum of the universe. If one desires to envision the seed mantras,
the Jain version of the Sanskrit is illustrated below-
a brilliant exercise for cleansing and stimulating chakras and moving
Kundalini. It is strong enough to cause a person to become lethargic
or lose interest in completing the exercise; due to that reason, it
is suggested that only two chakras, the navel and crown, be used the
first time. One can add other chakras, as one`s attention can handle
it. Sometimes, the energy itself may pick the chakras it desires to
work on; this must be allowed to happen. When it is over, it is advised
to disseminate the energy all through the body; one should never leave
it concentrated on a single area.
is best to omit the root chakra until others are triggered; doing the
root chakra before the others are open, poses nasty difficulties, as
there would be too many blocks and the primary force would go down-
not supportive to evolutionary advancement.
is best to bring the energy up from the lower spine and out the opening
of the chakra with which one has opted to start. If the area feels taut
or blocked, it is better to massage it gently. One can picturise a red
flame burning out all the dross and negativity in the chakra, purifying
it for the purer energy flow. There may be varied reasons of sensations,
remembrances or thoughts; it is best to just let them come, but not
to hang onto or devote much attention to them. It is best to allow the
red flame burn them and purify the area. The emotional of mental energies
in some of the chakras will seem nearly overwhelming, particularly for
any of a sexual, emotional or lower mental mature. However, it should
be kept in mind never to let them to take over. One may picturise the
red flame purifying them.
the burning, one might feel the energy begin to rotate in a clockwise
manner (if one looks at the body from the outside). It must be allowed
to let happen, because the chakra is beginning its circular motion.
After it has rotated for a few minutes, it must be allowed to extend
out, still rotating, as far as possible. Even if the rotating sensation
is not there, one must let the energy expand anyway and extend until
it reaches the ecstatic state. One must imagine the breath going through
the beginning, it is better to remain in this ecstatic state, for no
longer than five minuets. The energy is very high powered and one`s
system is possibly not used to it, mo matter how nice it feels. It must
be remembered that if one begins to feel exhausted, drowsy or bored,
the energy needs to disseminated throughout the system and then one
must quit for this time; however, one must never do this exercise when
one has problem to remain interested or awake.
concluding, the energy needs to be allowed to dissipate into the universe.
One must never bring it back into the chakra, it is too authoritative.
One can move on to the next chakra later. It is best to start with the
lower chakras and move up. At times, it will appear natural to skip
some that are normally done and go on to others. In due course, one
must perform all that have been illustrated previously. After doing
the crown chakra, one must blend some of the energy with spiritual energy
and allow it to shower over the body and come into the cells.
all chakras have been purified and stimulated by the flame and the ecstatic
state, one must perform the root chakra. After that, it is needed to
be sure to bring the energy back into the spinal column an up and out
the crown chakra, mixing it with spiritual energy and allowing it shower
over the body and through the cells. No matter how many chakras one
performs, it is best to end with the crown chakra; one needs the proportion
of the energy force. If one does the lower chakra at last, the energy
may get stuck there. Too heavy a concentration of energy in this area
may cause physical, mental and emotional troubles.
may observe after a while that the three chief focal points for energy-
the navel, heart and fifth eye chakras- continue to clean themselves.
Some may discover that their third eye (between the eyebrows), gets
activated instead. When the spontaneous purifying happens, one must
never obstruct; it is best to open up to the energies
may end this exercise by disseminating the energies in the body, or
taking them to the crown chakra and amalgamating them with the divine
energies, allowing the amalgamation shower over one’s system.