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Spiritual Healing for Cancer Through Chakras(A Guide to Understand Chakras and Cosmic body and Implementation of Chakras Healing For Cancer)
by Dr.Pooja Sabharwal
Paperback (Edition: 2009)
Chaukhambha Orientalia

Item Code: NAE541
Price: $12.50
Sri Vidya: Sri Cakra Puja Vidhih (How to Perform Sri Cakra Puja)
Hardcover (Edition: 2013)

Item Code: NAH221
Price: $50.00
The Chakras Magic (A conceptual study of the Chakras)
by Dr. Mohan Makkar, Ph.D. (A.M.)
Paperback (Edition: 2005)
Winsome Books India

Item Code: IDJ507
Price: $25.00
षट् चक्र एवं कुण्डलिनी साधना: Chakras and Kundalini Sadhana
by ऋतशील शर्मा (Ritashil Sharma)
Paperback (Edition: 2009)
Kalyan Mandir Prakashan, Prayag

Item Code: NZF705
Price: $12.00
Secrets of Sree Chakra (Sanskrit Text with Transliteration and English Translation)
by Swamy Nadananda Tirtha
Paperback (Edition: 2004)
Srividya Anusanthan Nyas

Item Code: NAH200
Price: $20.00
Chakras and Nadis for Beginners
by Ravindra Kumar
Paperback (Edition: 2010)
Sterling Publishers Pvt. Ltd.

Item Code: NAC608
Price: $11.00
SRI-CHAKRA (Its Yantra, Mantra and Tantra)
by Prof. S.K. Ramachandra Rao
Hardcover (Edition: 2008)
Sri Satguru Publications

Item Code: IDK790
Price: $19.00
Sri Chakra
by Sri Shankaranarayanan
Paperback (Edition: 2013)
Samata Books

Item Code: IDG450
Price: $20.00
Sri Chakra: Mystic Worship of Goddess (Sakti Darsan 3)
by T.R. Ramachandran
Paperback (Edition: 2010)
A Tattvaloka Publication, Sri Sharada Peetham, Sringeri

Item Code: IDK867
Price: $16.50
षट्चक्रोपासना कुण्डलिनी योग एवम् श्री विद्या Shata Chakra Upasana Kundalini Yoga and Srividya
by डा. सुनील कुमार उपाध्याय (Dr. Sunil Kumar Upadhyay)
Hardcover (Edition: 2001)
Parimal Publications

Item Code: HAA860
Price: $20.00
श्रीचक्रनिरूपणम्: A Most Comprehensive Book on Shri Chakra
by गोस्वामी प्रह्लाद (Goswami Prahalad)
Hardcover (Edition: 2009)
Chowkhamba Krishnadas Academy

Item Code: NZC025
Price: $30.00
चक्र पूजा के स्तोत्र: Stotras for Chakra Puja
by पं. रमादत्त शुक्ल (Pt. Ramadatt Shukla)
Paperback (Edition: 2015)
Kalyan Mandir Prakashan, Prayag

Item Code: NZF363
Price: $15.00
श्री बाला - नित्यार्चन (चक्र- पूजा): Chakra Puja
by पं. देवीदत्त शुक्ल (Pt. Devidatt Shukla)
Paperback (Edition: 2014)
Kalyan Mandir Prakashan, Prayag

Item Code: NZF362
Price: $10.00
Sree Chakra : An Esoteric Approach
by Ramamurthy N
Paperback (Edition: 2013)
CBH Publications

Item Code: NAG656
Price: $12.00
श्री चक्र रहस्य: The Secret of Shri Chakra
by पं. रमादत्त शुक्ल (Pt. Ramadatt Shukla)
Paperback (Edition: 1999)
Kalyan Mandir Prakashan, Prayag

Item Code: NZD614
Price: $10.00
Sri Chakra with Illustrations
by S.K. Ramachandra Rao
Paperback (Edition: 1989)
Sri Satguru Publications

Item Code: IHL529
Price: $15.00
The Tantra of Sri-Chakra (Bhavanopanishat)
by S.K. Ramachandra Rao
Hardcover (Edition: 2008)
Sri Satguru Publications

Item Code: IDC280
Price: $26.00
Learn all About Chakras: The Points of Energy
by Jagvinder Chadha
Paperback (Edition: 2004)
Tiny Tot Publications

Item Code: NAD028
Price: $7.00
Chakra & Kundalini (Workbook)
by Dr. John Mumford
Pustak Mahal

Item Code: NAI463
Price: $15.00
चक्र एवं कुंडलिनी: Chakras and Kundalini
by रमेश चन्द्र शुक्ल (Ramesh Chandra Shukla)
Paperback (Edition: 2012)
Pustak Mahal

Item Code: NZD475
Price: $12.00
Ajna Chakra
by Rishi Nityabodhananda
Paperback (Edition: 2010)
Yoga Publications Trust

Item Code: NAE988
Price: $20.00
The Serpent Power : Shat-Chakra-Nirupana and Paduka-Panchaka
by Arthur Avalon
Paperback (Edition: 2012)
New Age Books

Item Code: NAE252
Price: $35.00
षटचक्र निरुप्नम - Description of the Six Chakras
by भारत भूषण (Shri Bharata Bhushana)
Hardcover (Edition: 2008)
Chawkhamba Sanskrit Pratishthan

Item Code: HAA041
Price: $20.00
Chakra Workout (For Body Mind and Spirit)
by Balwyn& Jones
Paperback (Edition: 1997)
Pustak Mahal

Item Code: NAD825
Price: $14.00
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Books on the Chakras
Tantra recognizes seven energy centers in the human body. These are known as 'chakras'. Chakra means "what revolves". In a physical sense the chakras are visualized as lotuses, composed of different number of petals. Each chakra governs a certain sense organ, and has its own presiding deity.

The Sakta Agamas, more commonly known as the tantras, declare that the human body is a little universe in itself and that the various tattvas or cosmic principles in creation are there embedded in it. However, each of these tattvas has it own centre of activity, the place where it is most preponderant and from where its energies radiate into the system. They have been called 'cakras' (circles or centres) and have often been likened to lotuses. They are not anatomical centres like the nerve-plexuses but subtle seats of consciousness, of Sakti or divine Power.

Works on Yoga depict fourteen principal nadis or subtle conduits for the flow of pranic energy, of which the susumna, the ida and the pingala are the most important ones. The susumna is situated inside the spinal column and ida and pingala entwine it from left and right. All the three start from the root of the spinal column and end near the centre of the head.

Six cakras are described as being situated in this Susumna. They are muladhara, svadhisthana, manipura, anahata, visuddha and ajna. The seventh, the sahasrara, is the final destination of the Kundalinisakti, the basic power of the human organism which is likened to a coiled serpent lying dormant at the muladhara, until it is roused by appropriate yogic exercises.

The muladharacakra is situated in the space between the anus and the generative organ, at the root of the susumnanadi. It resembles a crimson lotus of four petals. It is the centre of the principle of earth prthvitattva and controls the sense-organ of smell as also feet, one of the organs of action. Brahma, along with his Sakti Savitri, is the presiding deity of this cakra.

The svadhisthanacakra, next in the series, is situated at the root of the genitals and is placed inside the susumna. It resembles a lotus of vermillion colour with six petals. It is the centre of the principle of water the aptattva and controls the sense organ of taste and also the hands from among the organs of action. Visnu along with his Sakti Rakini, is the presiding deity of this centre.

Then comes manipura, at the navel region. It resembles a lotus of dark hue (like the rain clouds) with ten petals. It is the centre of the principle of fire tejastattva-and controls the sense-organ of sight and the organ of action, the anus. Rudra with his Sakti Lakinl is the presiding deity.

The anahata, situated in the region of the heart, resembles a lotus of twelve petals of blood-red colour. It is the centre of the principle of air vayutattva and controls the sense of touch and the genitals. Isa with his Sakti Kakini, is the presiding deity.

Next comes the visuddhacakra, in the region of the base of the throat. It resembles a lotus of sixteen petals of smoky purple colour. It is the locus of the principle of ether akasatattva and controls the organ of hearing as also of speech.

Sadasiva with his Sakini Sakti is the presiding deity.

Last of this series of cakras, often designated as 'satcakras', is the ajnacakra situated in the region corresponding to the middle of the eyebrows. It resembles a lotus of two petals of white colour. It is the centre of the principle of mind. Sambhu with his Sakti Hakini is the presiding deity.

Beyond this there is the sahasraracakra, resembling a white lotus of a thousand petals, presided over by Paramasiva himself. It hangs from the brahmarandhra (opening at the top of the skull) and above the susumna, head downwards.

In fact all these cakras hang head downwards only, until they are pierced by the Kundalini, after it is roused from its slumber by appropriate yogic practices. This piercing of the cakras by the Kundalini is called 'satcakrabheda'. When the Kundalini reaches the sahasrara and gets united with Paramasiva, the yogi will go into samadhi, the superconscious state, experiencing ineffable bliss.

The tantras also describe the various results that accrue to a person who contemplates on these cakras in the prescribed manner.

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