Tag: Chakras

Weak Omkar resonance in the body

Silence is a part of Tapasya in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. What is the purpose of Silence in Tapasya? We hear about the intense Tapasya of Asuras, Rishis, and Devas. They gained psychic powers by maintaining intense Silence for a long time. How do spiritual powers arise in Silence? Silence strengthens the resonance of Om, which is the storehouse of every type of spiritual power. Let us understand how. Firstly, let us know a bit about OM. Three sounds meld seamlessly to create the universal resonance of Omkar, the OM sound. Yoga practitioners worldwide know these sounds to be A, U, and M. Siddhars attribute these three to Omkar being weaker within the body than outside. We can appreciate ancient Yogis’ fondness for Silence when we understand the following. Dissonance arises between A and U when they operate the Pingala and Ida Nadis, which are often imbalanced. Imbalance occurs from many causes, such as blocked Chakras, sluggish Nadis, unprocessed emotions,

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The Chakras and 21600 breaths

Is there a connection between the breath and Chakras? Firstly, a human being takes 21600 breaths (Prana) a day, per Yoga literature. However, Scientists count the number of breaths to be between 20,000 to 24,000. Secondly, scientists now affirm what Yogis have said all along. Only one of the nostrils dominates at any time of the day and after a gap of 2 hours the other nostril takes over. This means that 10,800 breaths flow easier through each dominant nostril in a day. 10800 is a revered number in eastern traditions. So, is there a truth also to the fact that these 10800 breaths are connected to the Chakras? Chakras are energy centers in the subtle body. Their locations roughly correspond to the endocrine system in the human body. Most people who practice Yoga are aware of seven major chakras. In what way do the daily 21,600 breaths map to these chakras? For example. 50% of the breath daily breath

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