Chakras And Colors

The major chakras are three to four inches in diameter. More advanced yogis have major chakras that are five to six inches in diameter and are brighter and more refined. The major chakras control and energize the whole physical body and also control and affect one's psychological and spiritual conditions.

The basic chakra has four petals and contains red and orange pranas. The red prana from the basic chakra is used for energizing and strengthening the entire visible physical body—muscles, bones, blood, adrenal glands, sex organs, internal organs, general vitality, body heat—and the growth rate of infants and children. The quality of blood produced is influenced by the basic chakra. This chakra is very important and will be used very often in advanced pranic healing. Malfunctioning of this chakra may manifest as allergy, low vitality, cancer, sexual ailment, growth problem and also psychological disorders. The basic chakra is the center of self-survival or self-preservation. Some people whose basic chakras are un-deractive tend to be impractical, unrealistic or in some severe cases, they tend to be completely out of touch with reality. Persons with suicidal inclination tend to have weak and underactive basic chakras.

The sexchakra has six petals and contains red and orange pranas. This chakra contains red prana of two different shades. It controls and energizes the sex organs and the bladder. The sex chakra also energizes the legs to a substantial degree. It is clairvoyantly observed that when a man is urinating, his sex chakra and meng mein chakra produce more orange prana, which is used in expelling and eliminating waste matter from the body. The sex chakra is the lower or physical creative center.

The meng mein chakra has eight petals and contains orange, yellow and orange-red pranas. The meng mein chakra controls and energizes the kidneys, adrenal glands, and to a certain extent, other internal organs. It acts as a pumping station for the red pranic energy from the basic chakra and is responsible for the upward flow of pranic energy in the spine. Please note that we have indicated in the treatment sections that this chakra should be used with caution.

The navel chakra has eight petals and predominantly contains yellow, green, blue, red and violet pranas. It also contains a little orange prana. This chakra controls and energizes the small intestine, the lower large intestine, and the appendix. The navel chakra produces the "synthetic ki" which facilitates or helps in the circulation of prana within the meridians. "Synthetic ki" facilitates the drawing in of prana by the etheric body. Persons with more "synthetic ki" can draw in more prana than those with less "synthetic ki." People with less "synthetic ki" feel low during poor weather.

The spleen chakra has six petals and contains red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet pranas. The spleen chakra draws in a lot of air prana and energizes other major chakras by distributing the digested pranas to them. In other words, the spleen chakra energizes the entire bioplasmic body, thereby energizing the visible physical body.

The spleen chakra is closely related to the navel chakra. When the navel chakra is energized or activated, the spleen chakra becomes energized or activated, drawing in more air prana and increasing the pranic energy level of the entire body.

A person can be energized just by concentrating on the navel chakra. By concentrating on the navel chakra, it becomes activated and energized. This in turn activates and energizes the spleen chakra which energizes the other chakras; thereby energizing the entire body.

The solar plexus chakra has ten petals and contains red, orange, yellow, green and blue pranas. It also contains a little violet prana. This chakra controls and energizes the liver, pancreas, stomach, large intestine, diaphragm and to a certain degree energizes the adrenal glands, the small intestine, the heart, the lungs and other parts of the body. It is easier to energize the pancreas through the back solar plexus chakra. An exhausted person can be revitalized rapidly by energizing the solar plexus chakra.

The solar plexus chakra is one of the most important chakras because it controls and energizes so many vital organs. It is easily disturbed or unbalanced by negative emotions. The solar plexus chakra is the center of lower emotions.

When a person is very angry, the solar plexus chakra pulsates erratically. This causes the diaphragm to move erratically, resulting in irregular shallow breathing.

When a person has a bowel movement, the solar plexus chakra, the navel chakra and the basic chakra produce a lot of orange and yellow pranas. When yellow prana comes in contact with orange prana, a triggering effect on the large intestine is produced. This is the reason why orange or yellow prana or both are used in treating constipation.

The heart chakra has twelve petals. The front heart chakra contains a lot of golden prana with some red prana. It controls and energizes the heart and the thymus gland. The back heart chakra contains orange and red pranas with some golden and yellow pranas. It controls and energizes primarily the lungs, and to a certain degree, the heart. The heart chakra is the center of higher or refined emotions. It is very closely related to the solar plexus chakra since both are emotional centers. To agitate the solar plexus chakra is also to agitate the heart chakra. This is why negative emotions have detrimental effects on the heart in the long run.

The throat chakra has sixteen petals and predominantly contains blue prana with some green and violet pranas. A lot of green prana is produced when a person is eating. It controls and energizes the throat, the thyroid glands, the parathyroid glands and the lymphatic system. Malfunctioning of this chakra manifests as throat related ailments, such as goiter, sore throat, loss of voice, and asthma. The throat chakra is the center of the lower or concrete mind or lower mental faculty and it is also the higher creative center.

The ajna chakra has ninety-six petals and is divided into two divisions. Each division has forty-eight petals. With some people, one of the divisions is predominantly light yellow, and the other division is predominantly light violet. Others have whitish-green in one of the divisions, and light violet on the other. The predominating color pranas in the ajna is not the same in all people. The color of the ajna chakra also changes with the psychological state. The ajna chakra is the center of the higher or abstract mind and it is also the will or directive center. It controls and energizes the pituitary gland and the entire body. The ajna chakra is called the master chakra because it controls all the major chakras, the endocrine glands and the vital organs. Malfunctioning of this chakra manifests as diseases related to the endocrine glands and the eyes.

The forehead chakra has 144 petals divided into twelve divisions. Each division contains twelve petals. This chakra controls and energizes the pineal gland and the nervous system. Malfunctioning of the forehead chakra may manifest as loss of memory, paralysis and epilepsy. The forehead chakra contains violet, blue, red, orange, yellow and green pranas. The forehead chakra is the center of the lower Buddhic or cosmic consciousness.

The crown chakra has 960 external petals and twelve inner petals. The crown chakra is the only chakra with two sets of petals. It can also be considered to have an inner and outer chakra. The inner chakra looks like the front heart chakra. The twelve inner petals contain predominantly golden prana and the 960 external petals contain violet, blue, green-yellow and orange-red pranas. The crown chakra controls and energizes the brain and the pineal gland. Malfunctioning of this chakra may manifest as disease related to the pineal gland and brain, which may also manifest as physical or psychological illnesses.

The crown chakra is the center of the higher Buddhic or cosmic consciousness. The mental faculty can be compared to a blind man while the Buddhic consciousness to a person who can see. For a blind man to have an idea of the shape of an elephant, he has to spend a considerable amount of time touching the elephant and trying to deduce and synthesize the data gathered, while a person who can see will be able to immediately know the shape of an elephant. Buddhic consciousness is understanding a subject matter not through a long period of study nor through inductive or deductive reasoning, but through immediate "direct comprehension or perception." Another term for Buddhic consciousness is Christ consciousness. Through Buddhic consciousness one feels oneness with all, oneness with God. It is through Christ consciousness that one feels loving-kindness to all.

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  • jane
    What are the chakra colors in pranic healing?
    7 years ago

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