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Sapta chakras- the science of silent life

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Dr. Sumedh Wasnik, Dr. Anita Ghodake and Dr. Tanuja Naik
Subject Area: 
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Abstract: 

India has a rich heritage of its own culture since ancient time. It has given many invaluable things to the world. Ayurveda is one of the best gifts given by India. It is life as well as medical science being accepted globally. A chakra in Sanskrit means spinning wheel which symbolizes motion. The Sapta[seven] Chakras are explained in very different ways with respect to a grown up human body in yogic, tantric and psychic systems. A common system of chakras outline that there are 7 main energy vortices. A chakra is the place where nadis cross each other and create an energy spiral. The system of chakras have been associated with color, sounds, Elements, Orientation to Self, Consciousness, emotions, mind/body/spirits, Prana/Life force, Human characteristics, Spirituality, Herbs, Gemstones, planets and even deities. Hence Sapta chakras assume a mystic definition, interpreted differently and are in the domain of spiritualists mostly. Many scholars and researchers try to explain the system of chakras in many different ways ranging from religious to rational. Seven Stages of Growth (movement) of Child in Mother's womb which depict the stages of evolution of Universe, Sapta chakras depicts the stages of growth of a child in a mother's womb. Sapta Chakras/seven wheels/seven movements, actually depict the movement or growth of child in a mother's womb. The child moves from one stage to another and also moves physically inside the mother's womb. In fact it rotates inside the mother's womb. Hence the movement of child and the growth of the child can be denoted in a larger view as a chakra, symbolizing motion.

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