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STUDY TO CO-RELATE THE SHAT-CHAKRAS TO THE LOCATION OF SUSHIR SNAYUS IN THE HUMAN BODY

Bilgi A. R.*, Shukla D.V. and Bilgi O. R.

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Ours is an age in which people are on the run and engaged in breakneck competition. Our life is well provided with amenities but also more mechanical than ever before. In the midst of abundance, man has lost mental peace and content. With an increase in the mental stress, he has lost his balance and health. For thousands of years, yoga has been practiced in india as an effective path for self-improvement. The scope of word yoga is very wide[5]. The due course of rise of yoga and swasthavritta in the coming ages inspire giving a thought to establish a relation between the chakras and the location of sushir snayus. Yogic Chakras or nerve plexuses according to modern medicine, are bioenergy generators. Ayurveda claims chakras are vast pools of energy in our bodies which govern our psychological qualities. Three of which are the main entities of my studies. The muladhara chakra, swadhisthan chakra, Manipur chakra are found to be co-related to the location of the sushir snayus in the human body. The control or the regular practice over these chakras may establish a control or eventually regularize the function of sushir snayus in the human body. AIM: Study to co-relate the relation of shat-chakras to the location of sushir snayus in the human body. OBJECTIVE: To co-relate the shat-chakras to the location of sushir snayus in the human body. METHOD: The literature study of the shat-chakras and the location of the sushir snayus eventually analysed. RESULT: The muladhara chakra is closely associated with the pakwashaya ante sushir snayu. The swadhisthan chakra is closely associated with the basti ante sushir snayu. The Manipur chakra is closely associated with the amashaya ante sushir snayu. CONCLUSION: The control or regular practice over these chakras could strengthen and control the respective sushir snayus. This can get the metabolism of the body correct. It can even regularize and improve the digestive system.

Keywords: Muladhara chakra, swadhisthan chakra, Manipur chakra, sushir snayu, metabolism.


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