lotus

Kundalini
Nadi
Sushumna
Ida and Pingala
Shat-Chakras
Muladhara
Svadhishthana
Manipura
Anahata
Vishuddha
Ajna
Sahasrara

manipura
 

Manipura Chakra

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The third Chakra is called Manipura (mani = gem, pura = city) or Nabhisthana (nabhi = navel, adishthana = seat).
Within there is a space in triangular in form, it is the Agni Mandala or Agni Tattwa (region of Fire). Outside it there are three Svastika marks and within the Bija of Vahini (Agni, Fire) dicRam, carried on the back of a ram, vahana (vehicle) of Agni.
On His lap dwells Mahaudra, who is of a pure vermilion hue. He is the destroyer of creation. His hands are placed in the attitude for granting boons and dispelling fear.
In this Chakra abides Lakini Shakti, four armed, of radiant body, blue-dark in complexion, smartly dressed and exalted with the drink of ambrosia.
The presiding adept is called Rudra.
The presiding deity is Vishnu, and Goddess is Lakshmi.
Vishnu
 
Corresponding nerve plexus in the physical body Solar Plexus
Location Nabhi Sthana or Navel
Petals, or No. of Yoga Nadis Twelve
Colour of Petals Blue
Letters on the petals, or the Vibrations of the Yoga Nadis Damm dic, Dhamm dic, Namm dic, Tam dic, Tham dic,
Dam dic, Dham dic, Nam dic, Pam dic, Pham dic
Mandala, or the region of Tattwa, or Element Agnimandal, or Tejas, or Region of Fire
Yantra, or Shape of the Mandala Triangle
Bija Akshara,or Seed Ram dic
Bija-bearer Ram
Presiding God Vishnu
Shankara three eyed - Rudra -
Goddess Lakshmi (Lakini)
Deva or Tattwa Agni
Loka Svah, or Swarga Loka
Colour of Tattwas Red
Function of Tattwa, or quality Rupa or sight (form)
Sense-organ Eye
Motor-organ Feet
Granthi Sthana -
Result of Concentration Vidya, Capacity
 
 
kundalini

The Awkening of Kundalini Shakti

When the Devi reaches the Manipura Chakra all that is the Chakra merges in Her Body.
Water and Taste are dissolved, as also the sense of taste itself, into Tattva of Fire.
The Varuna Bija Vam dic is dissolved in Fire, which remains in the body of the Devi as the Bija Ram dic.
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