The Chakras

Dr. Frederick Lenz, Rama, quotes on meditation, kundalini, chakras, mantras and samadhi


The key to meditation is focusing on specific symbols. The symbols are the chakras.


The chakra is a doorway. These are doorways that lead you into other dimensions. But you have to focus on them to the exclusion of everything else.


There are seven primary chakras located in the subtle physical body, the body of light and energy that is our awareness and that surrounds the physical.


The planes of consciousness are correlated to what we call the chakras, which are located along the shushumna.


The shushumna is a tube. It is an astral tube, like a reed. It runs from the base of the spine to between the eyebrows and a little bit above.


There are six chakras or energy vortexes that lie along that tube. There is a seventh chakra located several inches above the head, but it is not connected.


There are thousands of lesser chakras. Chakras are doorways to other worlds. When you focus on them, you step into something else.


There are many other chakras, or nadis as they are also called. There are chakras in the hands, fingertips, feet and a number of other areas.


There are chakras in the hands; you've seen me use those quite frequently when I meditate. I project the shakti, the kundalini, through the chakras in the hands to people I meditate with.


When you focus on a chakra, it's very easy to bring subtle physical energies into your consciousness.


Each of the seven chakras references different dimensional planes. It is a turnstile that leads us into different dimensions. As the kundalini rises, the knowledge and powers of those dimensions will begin to come to you.


Chakras are mystical energy centers that exist within the human aura. Tremendous occult power resides in a person's chakras. Siddha masters draw upon that power during meditation, store it within themselves, and later use it to perform miracles.


Chakras really are dimensions. We think of them as objects, but they're not really. They're dimensional access points, whereby we can enter into different levels of mind, and that happens automatically.


The power chakra is the navel center. The center of balance is the heart chakra; it's the center of our being. The third eye is the center of wisdom, the Agni chakra.


Spiritual balance is how you deal with opposition, outside of yourself and within. Spiritual balance is Tai Chi. It is the center of things. It is the place where yin and yang meet. In the chakras, it is considered the heart chakra, anahata.


The throat chakra is the center that is aesthetic. It gives an appreciation of beauty.


The third eye is located between the eyebrows and a little above. The heart center is located directly in the center of the chest. The naval center is about two inches below the navel.


When your mind is clear and your third eye is open, you can see and know things that are taking place thousands of miles away from you.


The crown chakra is located several inches above the head, but it is not connected. The crown chakra, also known as the thousand-petal lotus of light, references the planes of light, of enlightenment.


The thousand petal lotus of light, the crown center, really does not become operative until one is on the verge of enlightenment itself. Then you really don't have to meditate on it. The thousand petals gradually light up.


In Buddhism we meditate. We make our minds quiet by learning to focus on the chakras, release internal energy that we call kundalini, and bring ourselves into high states of consciousness.