The heart chakra (4th Chakra). It is centre of love for the self and other. It is associated with unconditional love, compassion, and joy. Each chakra has is associated with sound and colour. It is the connecting centre between the lower three chakras and upper three chakras).
The Fourth chakra:
The upper chakra and lower chakra connection embodies the grounding and stabilising nature of...
The Five Koshas
Our body is made of several layers and bodies. The physical body is the one you see. The other subtle layers are experienced through breath, yoga, and the environment.
The Physical body is a tangible cover for the self. The skin is the permanent clothing to protect our physiology, which functions automatically. The advanced technology enables us to see the interiors of the body and understand the function of the body, but it does not help us to understand the subtle function of the body, such as Chakras, the meridian lines, and the Marma points. The unseen and sensory body enables us to connect with the intuition, the Chakras, the 11 bodies and the Koshas.
The Koshas are the one element of the function of your physical body. The knowledge helps to understand the Self.
The Koshas (five layers) are:
Annamaya Kosha - the food sheath
The Annamaya Kosha belongs to the physical body. The Physical body is one you can...
The five elements - (earth, water, fire, either and air) are present in our body. These elements change with the external environment, e.g, in autumn and spring, our body begins to change to welcome summer and winter.
The elements are waves of frequency. These waves of energy create balance and imbalance in our body - physical, mental, and emotional.
The Marma points in the body activate the meridian pathways to enable the energy to travel around the body. The flow of energy is interrupted when Marma points are blocked, which manifests as physical and emotional symptoms.
Meditation and Yoga connect mind and body to extend the energy field to project out. The energy field can be felt by animals and some humans, thus creating a calming effect in the immediate surrounding.
Regular practice helps to calm the heart, mind, and emotions. Additionally, it clears the mind to reduce unnecessary traumas and drama in life.