6. Chakras


Chakras are rotating psychic centers of consciousness. They were mentioned by Indian authors of the Yoga Upanishads as early as ca. 600 BC. Around 317/318 AD Daoist scholar Ge Hong wrote a book “Baopuzi” and there he discussed mantras and gestures for different chakras and body parts. However the classical model of 7 or 8 (7+ Bindu) main chakras from Muladhara to Sahasrara was revealed in 8th or 9th century tantric and Buddhist texts and this system prevailed. In the second half of the 20th century focus of spiritual research of chakras has slowly turned toward the trans-personal and sub-personal chakras.

Finding the Balance in Assiah with the Help of Upper and Lower Chakras

43 Bodies and 43 Chakras for All Dimensions

Trans-Personal Chakras

Sub-Personal Chakras

Chakras Trough the History

Is This Spiritual School Lead by the Deviated Entities?

On the Locations of Trans- and Sub-Personal Chakras

The Colors of Chakras