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Chakra Dhyana - The Meditation on Chakras
Sri Amma Bhagavan - Chakra Dhyana


Chakras are energy centres in the pranic body or the energy body. The human organism comprises not merely the gross physical body but several other sheaths like mind, karma, wisdom and bliss. These sheaths are what are referred to as koshas by the Indian seers. Among these sheaths is the sheath of prana or energy which comprises of the various chakras, nadis (energy channels). The latent spiritual energy known as Kundalini flows through these chakras and nadis, thereby making them vibrant. The flow of energy in this sheath affects all the other sheaths thereby resulting in a healthy body and mind, the result of which is bliss and peace.

These chakras and nadis get defiled due to wrong lifestiles and eating habits and also due to the bnrdenof erroneous perceptions and negative karma. This disturbance affects an individual physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. Negative thought patterns create negative situations in life. So,Chakra Dhyana is not merely a sadhana to activate the subtle dimension but it also assists in creating a healthier mind which is imperative for a happy and healthy life.

Chakra Dhyana has three steps to it i.e. concentrating on the mystical diagrams of the chakras (Yantra), uttering of mystical syllables to activate the chakras (Mantra) and the right seating posture (Asana). The mudra (placement) of the fingers is also important. The ideal mudra is to touch the base line of the thumb with the index finger and the ideal asana is Siddhasan. Seating onself comfortably in Siddhasan and placing the fingers in the above mentioned mudra with palms facing skywards near the knees, one has to visualize the respective chakras with closed eyes and utter the bija mantra of that chakra. This chanting can be done for seven or nine times or eighteen times. Daily practice of Chakra Dhyana this way will help activate the chakras. The activation of these chakras also has a physical counterpart i.e. various regions in the brain are stimulated leading to a more holistic view towards life. The Kundalini energy awakens and flows through these chakras energising the whole pranic body which directly energises the physical body.

The Golden Age Foundation, wholeheartedly welcomes you to participate in our meditation sessions aimed at creating healthier and happier individuals. May your lives become very prosperous and blissful.


Om Shantih Shantih Shantihi.

The Six Chakras are: 

  • MOOLADHARA
  • SVADHISHTANA
  • MANIPURA
  • ANAHATA
  • VISHUDDHI
  • AJNEYA
  • SAHASRARA