24x30 Color Poster rendered according to a Sanskrit text on the cakra-s
At last, an authentic, vivid representation of the seven cakra-s in a 24x30" full-color poster.
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CAKRA-S HAVE BEEN GRAPHICALLY RENDERED ACCORDING TO A SANSKRIT TEXT WRITTEN IN 1577 CALLED THE SHAT CHAKRA NIRUPANA. THIS TEXT SPECIFIES THE
- outer lotus petal color
- Sanskrit syllable and its color
- elemental shape (yantra), color, Sanskrit syllable and syllable color
- other miscellaneous characteristics
Also shown are the three primary energy channels (sushumna, ida, pingala) in their appropriate colors.
On the left side of each cakra are the
- cakra name in transliteration
- cakra name in the original Sanskrit script
- English translation of the cakra name
- anatomical location of the cakra
On the right side of each cakra are the
- primary sound of the cakra (the transliteration of the Sanskrit syllable shown in the center of the cakra)
- secondary sounds (the transliteration of the Sanskrit syllables shown inside each petal of the lotus)
The poster comes with a 2-sided description sheet.
On the front it explains the aspects of the chakra-s on the chart, and provides ways of using the chart in your practice.
On the back is a table showing every characteristic of each chakra, with SPECIFIC REFERENCES TO THE SANSKRIT VERSES IN THE TEXT.
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I think Nicolai's presentation was EXCELLENT. I really enjoyed learning about the cakras. He made it sound so much more logical and grounded than most present on this topic. Connecting the marmas, nadis and cakras just makes sense! And I had never really looked at the verses in the HYP (Hatha Yoga Pradipika). Most importantly, I had one of my most settled meditation experiences last night. I could have sat for hours! Chanting was a wonderful way to awaken the energy in each cakra. I truly could feel the support of that kundalini energy moving up my spine. I was a little "high" when I came home and had to stay up for a few hours to settle.