- The third chakra, Manipura (city of lustrous jewels) derives it name from Sankrit roots: mana (gem, jewel) and pur (city).
- The Manipura chakra has the greatest concentration of physical power or intense pranic energy, because several nadis radiate from it.
- Is the center of willpower.
10 Petals of the Manipura
The Sanskrit Letters on the petals of the lotus are ablaze with a golden color to signify the life energy within this powerful sacral chakra.
Each chakra is embedded with qualities called vrittis (whirlpools) which are thought-forms or emotions held within the chakra.
- Spiritual Ignorance
Characteristics of the Manipura
Maharudra Shiva is the son of Lord Brahma (Virinchi), instantly emerged out (Sadhyojatha) from the center of his eyebrows at the time of creation. Soon after His birth Shiva started crying/roaring fiercely (Roudra) hence called Rudra (Rodanaat-Rudra).
Repeat this Mantra108 times in meditation, Om Namah Shivaya.
Manipura Chakra Symptoms of Imbalance
- Adrenal Imbalances
- Colon Diseases
- Stomach Ulcers
- Intestinal Tumors
- Eating disorders
- Low-Blood Pressure
- Too Dominating or passive
- Unable to maintain personal boundaries
- Issues with self-image
- Fear of rejection
- Giving too much to others
Balancing Manipura Chakra Energy: Healing Through the Five Senses
Mudra & Mantras
Close your eyes and begin to chant the mantra “OM RAM” for 3 minutes. First out loud for a few rounds, then silently to yourself. While chanting, I would like you to visualize a bright yellow energy penetrating your solar plexus from the front and back of your being. This beautiful yellow light is cleansing and energizing your Manipura chakra into the glowing sunshine bright yellow chakra it is. Also, keep in mind any sensations, colors, pictures or words you might experience, these are all messages from the divine.
If you would like to add some healing sound to your meditation, I have provided some healing solar plexus chakra E-tone quartz crystal sound bowl frequencies in my youtube video below. Enjoy!