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For the heart chakra, imagine that your breath moves in and out of the chest through the 

middle of your chest bone. Also try this imaginary breathing through skin and bone with any 
of the other chakras, but it is easiest to learn at the heart centre.

In this way also learn to sense the lower chakras - the solar plexus, pubic, and base 

chakras. Imagine the base chakra as an energy vortex that points to the base of the spine. 
With this, the crown vortex and the base vortex are like an hourglass separated by the length 

of the spine, while all the other chakra vortexes are perpendicular to the spine.

Table 1: The Main Energy Centres or Chakras



Location & Sanskrit Associated Etheric Spinal Psychological & Energy Aspect
Name
Name
Gland
Colour
Location


Will to live, survival, vitality, grounding, 
Root/Base
Muladhara
Adrenals
Red
Sacral 4
Earth energies


Pubic or Swadistana
Gonads
Orange
Lumbar 1
Sexual energy, physical creativity, 
Sex
acceptance or distortion of self


Emotionally relating to others and 
Solar Manipura
Pancreas
Yellow
Dorsal 8
society, power distortions, feeling safe, 
Plexus
connected and protected


Heart
Anahata
Thymus
Green
Dorsal 1
Spiritual feelings: universal love, 
compassion


Honest communication, creating with 
Throat
Vishudda
Thyroid
Blue
Cervical 3
sounds, expressing our truth


Forehead Ajna
Pituitary
Indigo
Cervical 1
Higher mentality, visualization, 
or brow
intuition, co-creation, joy


Spirituality, connection to Higher Self 
Crown
Sahasrara
Pineal
violet
none
and Divinity




Storing Prana

To accumulate Prana from the air and store it, imagine that the inhaled breath consists of 
two parts: physical air molecules and Prana as life force energy. During inhalation, the lungs 

automatically separate the Prana from the air molecules. You exhale only the ―empty‖ air 
while the Prana flows to where you lead it with your conscious attention. The body uses the 

abdomen with its high water and fat content as a storage reservoir of excess vital energy.

To energize the abdomen, feel the breath energy moving directly into the abdomen during 
inhalation. When exhaling, imagine pressing the energy down so that it becomes 

compressed at the bottom of the abdomen. With each successive breath, more compressed 
energy accumulates until the target area feels sufficiently energized. You may feel this as 

warmth, tingling, pressure, or any other sensation.

If you can visualize colours, see energy being stored as a golden-yellow, orange or blue 
fluid, whatever comes naturally to you, that gradually fills the whole abdomen. Initially, you 

may also see it filling the whole abdomen like a gas with a very faint colour that becomes 
more intense with each breath. However, it is not enough just to visualize it; it is essential 

also to feel the energy.

Another important consideration is the actual Prana content of the air you breathe. You gain 
the most energy when the air is high in Prana, such as outdoors in natural surroundings on a


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