The Seven Spiritual
|Base of the Spine Chakra|
|Seat of the Soul Chakra|
|Solar Plexus Chakra|
|Secret Chamber of the Heart|
|Third Eye Chakra|
As the Christ becomes the light of the world of each chakra, so the
energies of God and man meet in that chakra. And in this alchemical
union—the balance of the triangles of Alpha and Omega and the
converging of the energies of God and man—there is precipitated
the law of perfection as the flame of living truth.
It is the goal within our four lower bodies, within our being, to have the fusion of the energies of the Father-Mother God because that fusion is the birth of the Christ consciousness in each chakra. It begins in the heart and proceeds through the chakras in succession above and below the heart.
A chakra is a vortex of light—light flowing out and light flowing in. In the release of the action of Alpha, or Spirit, energy flows out, whereas the action of the Mother draws light into the chakras. The energy of the Mother comes from the base of the spine.
The energy flowing in and out turns the wheels of the chakras and creates a basket-weave effect. Ultimately, with perfected chakras as vortices of light, man should be able to live on prana—that is where the atmosphere is not polluted.
Drawing in prana is a means of sustaining life. Not many upon the planet have the attainment to do this and the Masters do not advocate that you pursue it in the present level of development on earth today. But that is how the Masters take in light as well as adepts and avatars of the Great White Brotherhood. They live on the energy of the Holy Spirit.
In the immaculate vision for each chakra, you will see the highest depiction of what each chakra should be in its purified form in the etheric body. Various New Age schools of thought as well as other teachings in the past century have described their colors for the chakras. The Ascended Masters have taught that the colors released from them are the purest colors as they should appear in the purified etheric body, the highest vibrating of the four lower bodies and the natural envelope of the soul. The discrepancy in differing schools of thoughts could be attributed to the clairvoyants seeing the unpurified state of the human consciousness.
On each individual chakra page (chakra links on left side panel) there is a visualization and mantra to expand the light of the Mother within each chakra. Each chakra page will have a meditation so that you may do your healing with your God Self I AM. As the I AM stands with you to lead the meditation he will contact the chakra in you and will release the energies needed to balance and restore harmony in each chakra. As you meditate, he may release the energy to the chakra for the greatest amount of Light you may hold in your chakras.
These chakras, which are spiritual centers of Light, step down energies or rays of God, as rings of fire around your Sun of Being I AM. Man is also given four lower bodies, etheric, mental, emotional and physical, to outpicture in the world of form God as Mother through the Son, or Christ.
There are seven major chakras that align with the spinal column and five minor chakras on the hands, feet and over the spleen area. There are a total of a hundred and forty-four chakras, with the remaining chakras lesser points for the release of light, associated with the points of contact healing or acupuncture. These lesser points can be contacted for a greater flow of energy in the body.
Each of your seven chakras is the focus of one of the seven rays that represents a plane of heaven corresponding to the sphere of your Causal Body of the same color and ray. Each energy center is to be a spinning light center, integrating the four lower bodies with the three upper bodies, the Holy Christ Self, I AM Presence and Causal bodies.
In order to master the flow of God’s energy through the seven chakras, the mastery of the four elements—of fire, air, water, and earth—as planes of God’s consciousness, ought to be considered. By gaining the mastery of the four elements, one may then gain the mastery of the flow of energy through the four lower bodies as these bodies serve as coordinates for the establishment of the aura of God around the soul.
The mark of the Christed one is the mark of attainment whereby the energies of the chakras below the heart are uplifted and integrated with the energies of the chakras above the heart. Those above the heart carry the masculine polarity of being, and those below the heart carry the feminine polarity. Depending on whether we are man or woman, we qualify these chakras differently. By the time we get the blending of the figure-eight pattern of Spirit and Matter right within our own body consciousness, we find that often the man comes out very active in life by earning the living and being the Father principle and we find that the woman becomes passive. But what it really comes down to is that if we are in the flow of the cosmic stream of energy, each time there is a flow of energy, like the rising of the caduceus or the flow of energy from the Great Central Sun, there is an exchange from active to passive and we have actually changed identity.The four elements, so-called, are merely word matrices used to define the planes of God’s Self-awareness that the individual is capable of realizing through the four lower bodies.
The etheric body is the vehicle for the fire element and for man’s realization of God’s awareness of himself as the sacred fire through balancing and expanding the energies through the heart chakra
The mental body is the vehicle for the air element and God’s awareness of himself in the plane of the mind in and as the Logos. The mastery in the mental body is through the third eye and the seat-of-the-soul chakra. The frequency of this element is comparable to the wind that “bloweth where it listeth” and to thinking and be-ness whereby the soul affirms “I am,” as the expression of self-identity, drawing the conclusion “therefore I think”—or “I think, therefore I am.”
The emotional body (sometimes called the desire body) is the mastery of the emotions—of God’s awareness of himself as energy in motion—through the water element. One has the opportunity to expand and balance the energies of life and their flow in the emotional body through the throat chakra and the solar plexus.
The physical body is the vehicle for mastery in the physical plane in the realm of time and space in Mater. One must gain the mastery of the flow of physical energies in the base-of-the-spine and the crown chakras.
Mankind must raise the energies of consciousness through his threefold flame, locked in the secret chamber of the heart.
The pink plume - through raising the energies to the level of the heart chakra through meditation on love.
The yellow plume, through the application of wisdom.
The blue plume, through the garnering of God’s energy as the will to Be.
The purified colors match to the seven Rays of the Seven Elohim:
- Base-of-the-Spine Chakra - White
- Seat-of-the-Soul - Violet
- Solar Plexus - Purple with flecks of gold
- Heart Chakra - Pink
- Secret Chamber of the Heart - Peach
- Throat Chakra - Blue
- Third Eye Chakra - Green
- Crown Chakra - Yellow
Misuse of the
Immorality is, broadly speaking, the unlawful release, or qualification, of God’s Light/Energy/Consciousness through any of the seven chakras. Any act (including thoughts, feelings and motives) in which you are wasting, squandering or compromising God’s Light/Energy/ Consciousness at any level—conscious, subconscious or unconscious—can be considered immoral.
This Light/Energy/Consciousness is the gift of your Divine Father and Mother to you, bestowed through your Mighty I AM Presence and Holy Christ Self. When the Light/Energy/Consciousness of our God is held in balance in the seven chakras, in our soul and in our four lower bodies, we are becoming the temple of Alpha and Omega. When God the Father and God the Mother, nor the Son are acknowledged as the source of Light/Energy/Consciousness, the chakras are not full of light.
That which remains of the activity of the spiritual chakras is the transfer of the impulses of life to the corresponding nerve and glandular systems conducting the energies of life necessary for the cerebral, sensorial, motor, and autonomic functions of the physical body.
The function of the chakras of individuals who give no personal adoration to the personal God is at the level of the astral plane. Their chakras are cesspools, taking in the entire gamut of the mass consciousness.
On a planetary scale, the misuse of the chakras in each of the four lower bodies, is thus the source of pollution. These bodies take in and give forth the poisoned substance which humankind have released into the four elements of Mater as the by-product of their misuses of the light of the Holy Spirit. Unless the devotee learn to seal his chakras, he will suffer the same fate as the unenlightened. The Law is no respecter of persons.
The word mantra is related to manas (the mind). A mantra is a sound or word. It is generally used to help focus the mind on a single thought until thoughtless Beingness is established. As a tool to achieve stillness, the mantra is to be discarded at the moment stillness is achieved.Yoga means to unite with our origin. Mantra Yoga would then mean to unite using the tool of mantra.
Mantras are sometimes also applied to change circumstances, to regain a healthy condition for example. Those mantras are specially formulated to carry a certain vibrational power, and when used as such, proper pronunciation is important.
Creation occurred due to the first sound "Aum." The universe and everything in it is condensed energy, that energy is vibrating and all has sound. The body itself is sound, called sabda in Sanskrit. The body can be recreated with sound as many modern technologies are now tapping into. In the ancient Puranas (sacred story texts), there are elaborate stories of the creation of the world, this is called Shristi Karana. Shristi Karana, for it is the recreation of the body through sabda (sound). Mantras can help balance our chakras, purify and manifest the Light through them.
Mantra of Padmasambhava:
Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum
Repeat as often as you like.
Padmasambhava was a historical teacher, who is said to have finally converted Tibet to Buddhism. He was a renowned scholar, meditator, and magician, and his mantra suggests his rich and diverse nature.
I invoke you, Vajra Guru, Padmasambhava, by your blessing may you grant us ordinary and supreme realization.
a is pronounced as u in cut
m in hum is pronounced ng, as in long
j is hard, like j in judge
u is short, as in put
There are more mantras on
each individual chakra page and many more mantras like Padmasambhava's
that may be found in other religions, and not listed here, especially
found in Buddhism, Hinduism and in the Ascended Master's teachings from
prior dispensations, such as in the Summit Lighthouse.
Bija are associated with
the petals of each chakra. A bija mantra is a sacred syllable that makes
you vibrate at the chakra frequency, if you use the corresponding mantra.
Bija means seed. The Bija Mantras are the seed sounds of each lotus pedal of the chakras which when whispered, spoken, or chanted can activate elemental energies for balancing life energy. They can be used to activate and balance the five elements for healing.
In their most essential or archetypal form the images are known as yantras (specific geometric shapes) and the sounds are known as mantras.
|AUM Yantra Shri|
The effect of sounds is dependent on their pitch, rhythm and syllabic
structure. The results of stimulation of a centre may be on the level
of evoking a feeling, an image (a scene or shape), a sound may be heard,
or there may be a manifestation of a situation in life connected with
The Effect of Sound on the Chakras
The chakras are subtle centers
of transformation located within the cerebrospinal system. According
to Hindu tradition, all fifty sounds of the Sanskrit language exist
within the chakras of the human body. When we speak, we do so not only
through the vocal cords and throat, but also through the articulation
of the chakras.
Good and bad music directly and profoundly affects the body's seven major energy centers. The chakras are the playground of the elements. They are interrelated with the parasympathetic, sympathetic, and autonomous nervous systems, and thus the gross body is related to them.
The particular sounds given for chakra meditation are those that energize each of the psychic centers respectively. One begins by chanting the "Petal" sounds of the chakras - those sounds that energize the ganglia of this chakra plexus. The petal sounds are followed by the bija, or essential "seed" sound of the chakra. This same sequence is then repeated for chakras two, three, four, five, and six.
It is recommended that chanting of the sounds of the chakras should be practiced in a comfortable posture, preferably seated on a mat or rug of organic material, with a lighted candle or oil lamp in the room.