CHIDANAND RUPA SHIVOHAM SHIVOHAM
Our body is a combination of several organs working in tandem with each other, which means at any given time one organ is the feeder and the other is recipient, this conjugation of several organs in a specified manner runs the system, the body. As illustrated organs working with each other and undertaking/performing the task for which that organ is designed and designated for, creates a certain kind of ripple(s) within the body, which unfortunately in most of the people goes unregistered/unnoticed, but that doesn’t remotely means it isn’t happening for and within them, its just the ignorance of the event which isn’t being noticed, but the event is happening as its sked to be, and during this relegation from one organ to another, a stroke ( seven major and 114 minor in totality, if entire discourse is comprehended with body as singular). This stroke varies it pitch, frequency and wavelength with the variation of the organ from and to, it won’t be wrong to say two minor stroke one from donor and the other from the recipient, would make up one major stroke. The observation of these minor strokes is done during naad meditation, but the author would like to recluse itself from illustrating the minutiae but allusion was only meant there is always +1 after infinity.
There are seven popularly known chakras in our body ( as if this wasn’t known to the reader, [sigh]) but why is only seven, is not known? Why is it that there are only seven chakras why not 6 or 8? Any guesses/reasons……now as I have your interest back the author continues illustrating as there are seven chakras, and their functionality is also known but how and why they are performing what they are, before knowing this, study of them would be like learning to swim with a portrait of sea, of course you dont drown but you dont even learn how to swim, isn’t it? These seven chakras are conjunction points of several organs, and when the flow of the energy, congruous to electricity (which is upwards) moves from one chakra to another, there is a sound, this sound is transmitted to the brain (through the central nervous system, that’s why when meditating on chakras there is itching in spine) which then commands the corresponding chakras to open up and take on the task further and this unceasing process continues till………the body encounters some kind of infection/ailment, it is then that the chakras are not able to produce the sound at all or its pitch or frequency is not to the level with which the brain can sense it to be good to proceed further, so in order to cordon off the infection the brain doesn’t let one chakra pass on the process to another ( self defence mechanism), resulting in sickness/weakness/stress or even death if issue not addressed. There are many way to heal the body, having medicines is one of them, in vedas the use of the sound which these chakras are generating when in healthy state is suggested to be used to make the chakra healthy and then thereon making the body behave in the manner it is supposed to.
The sound of the grinding between two jelly(s) is the minor stroke of the root chakra, which in major translates in rubbing of several pebbles in hand. Like wise in sacral chakra the sound akin rubbing of nails or front teeth, in solar plexus the sound of water drop landing on a water body, in heart chakra the sound of returning gong, in throat chakra the sound is akin of water flowing the drain but through a taut, the sound of the third eye chakra akin to when water drop is slowly dropped on a furious flame………..this can be intriguing, but till the time they aren’t dwelled into and the plunge isn’t there, its just a waste.
CHIDANAND RUPA SHIVOHAM SHIVOHAM