Feb 14, 2015


Some people are blessed with the midas touch, whatever they do in life becomes a success. Bewildered, many wonder whether these feats are luck or fluke but with the help of their seven senses they too can chalk out their destiny


According to Tantric Physiology, we have five senses, sight, smell, sound, taste and touch which are connected to the brain through our sense organs, and activated by our endocrine glands. The endocrine glands are connected to the chakras (energy centres), sharirs (bodies) and koshas (sheath).


Our vital life force energy called Kundalini passes through:

Three bodies - (i) Stula (physical), (ii) Shushma (astral) and (iii) Karanna (causal).


2) Five Koshas - (i) Anamaya Kosha (Physical sheath), (ii) Pranamaya Kosha (Breath sheath) - (iii) Manomaya Kosha (Mental sheath), (iv) Vijyanamaya Kosha (Knowledge sheath), (v) Anandamaya Kosha (Bliss sheath).


3) These Seven Chakras have corresponding endocrine glands and

organs :

i) Muladhara Chakra: (Birth Centre) has the testes & ovaries – penis and vagina – Reproductive systems as corresponding organs.

ii) Swadisthana Chakra: (Death Centre) corresponds to the adrenal glands – kidneys and colon – Urinary systems.

iii) Manipura Chakra: (Solar Plexus) corresponds to the pancreas and spleen – intestines and liver - Digestive system.

iv) Anahatha Chakra: (Heart Centre) corresponds to the thymus gland – heart and lungs - respiratory system.

v) Visudhi Chakra: (Throat Centre) corresponds to the thyroid and parathyroid glands - throat, mouth and tongue - speech and sound system.

vi) Ajna Chakra: (Third Eye) corresponds to the pituitary and hypothalamus glands - brain (partial), eyes and ears - visual system.

vii) Sahashrar Chakra: (Crown) corresponds to the pineal gland – brain - consciousness (sub-conscious mind, conscious mind and intellect ).


When the Kundalini (vital life force energy), which sleeps like a coiled serpent, is aroused by any tantric meditation, she uncoils and rises from the base, Muladhara Chakra (tip of the spine/in the front of coccyx) to Swadhistana Chakra. Here the basic instinct, sexuality is transformed into creativity. The mantra is ‘LAM’, while the mudra is ‘Prithvi mudra’  (Mudra of Earth) and the colour is Red.


1.PRITHVI MUDRA – Mudra of Earth (Mooladhara Chakra):

Method: The tip of the ring finger touches the tip of the thumb, with the other three fingers stretched out.

Specialty: Reduces all physical weaknesses.

Time Duration: It is not limited to any particular time duration. You can practice it at any time you want to.

Benefits: It helps to increase weight for weak people, improves the complexion of skin and makes the skin glow and makes the body active by keeping it healthy.


When the Kundalini moves up from the Swadhisthana Chakra (between the navel and sex centre, above pubic bone), instincts like fear, hate, anger, greed, violence will be transformed to fearlessness, love, compassion, charity, non-violence; the mantra is ‘VAM’, while the mudra is ‘Varuna Mudra’ (mudra of water) and the colour is Orange.

2. VARUNA MUDRA – Mudra of water (Swadhisthana Chakra) :

Method: Tip of the little finger touches the tip of the thumb, with other three fingers stretched out.

Specialty: It balances the water content and prevents all diseases which  are due to the lack of water.

Time Duration: It is not limited to any specific time duration and one can practice it according to convenience.

Benefits: It retains clarity in blood by balancing water content in the body. It prevents the pain of Gastroenteritis and muscle shrinkage.


When the Kundalini moves up from the Manipura Chakra (Navel/Diaphragm), instincts like doubt and repression will be transformed into trust and expression; the mantra is ‘Rumm’ while the mudra is ‘Apana Mudra’ (mudra of digestion) and the colour is Yellow.


3. APANA MUDRA – Mudra of Digestion (Manipura Chakra) :

Method: The tips of the middle finger and the ring finger touch the tip of the thumb while the other two fingers are stretched out.

Specialty: It plays an important role in our health as it regulates the excretory system.

Time Duration: Practiced daily for at least 45 minutes and longer practise yields more benefits.

Benefits: It regulates diabetes, cures constipation and piles and helps  to regulate the excretion of waste. Further, she climbs to Anahatha Chakra (Heart, midway of sternum between breasts), instincts like imagination, dreaming, ego and love will be converted into determination, vision, mission (service) and compassion, where the mantra is ‘YAM’, while the mudra is ‘Apana Vayu mudra’ (mudra of heart) and the colour is Green.


4. APANA VAYU MUDRA – Mudra of the Heart (Anahatha Chakra) :

Method: The tips of the middle finger and the ring finger touch the tip of the thumb, while the index finger touches the base of thumb and little finger stretched out.

Specialty: It benefits the heart and works like an injection in the prevention of heart attack and is as powerful as sorbitate tablets. It reduces the gas content in the body.

Time Duration: Practice as many times as you can. Heart patients and BP patients can practice it for 15 minutes daily twice for better results.

Benefits: It strengthens the heart, regulates palpitations, the excretory system and relieves gastric problems.


Her next flight is to Vishuddhi Chakra (Throat), where the instinct of speech is converted into clarity, purity and divinity of communion. The mantra is ‘’HAM’ while the mudra is ‘Surya Mudra’ (mudra of the sun) and the colour is Blue.


5. SURYA MUDRA – Mudra of the Sun (Vishudhi Chakra):

Method: Bend the ring finger and press it with the thumb.

Specialty: It sharpens the center of the thyroid gland.

Time Duration: Practice daily twice for 5 to 15 minutes.

Benefits: It reduces cholesterol and helps to reduce weight, reduces anxiety and corrects indigestion.


The five elements called ‘Pancha Mahabhutas’ earth, water, fire, air and ether are balanced for harmony and unity. The next two chakras are equated to superconsciousness or godliness.


When the Kundalini reaches the Ajna Chakra (between the eyebrows – The third eye), the basic traits of knowledge, vision, mission and other psychic abilities will be transfigured into wisdom, insight, intuition and bliss ; here the mantra is ‘OM’, while the mudra is ‘Gyan Mudra’ (mudra of knowledge) and the colour is Indigo.


6.GYAN MUDRA – Mudra of knowledge (Anja Chakra)

Method: Touch the tip of the thumb to the tip of the index finger, with the other three fingers stretched out.

Specialty: As it is a mudra of knowledge, it enhances knowledge. The tip of thumb has centres of pituitary and endocrine glands. When we press these centres the thumb and index finger the glands are stimulated. 

Time duration: There is no particular time duration for this mudra. You can

practice by sitting, standing or lying on a bed whenever and wherever you have time.

Benefits: Increases memory power and sharpens the brain, enhances concentration and prevents Insomnia. If we practice regularly it will cure all psychological disorders related to the mind, hysteria, anger and depression.


At last, when she transcends to Sahasrara Chakra (crown of the head, above the pineal gland), the existential being will be transformed into the non-existence, ‘NIRVANA’ the mantra is ‘OM’, while the mudra is ‘Shunya mudra’ (mudra of emptiness or nothingness) the colour is violet. It is a totally different reality of infinity and eternity where the being is merged with the Universe, a superconsciousness, where the past and the future will be visible as the present – not limited by time and space.


7. SHUNYA MUDRA - Mudra of Emptiness (Sahashrar Chakra) :

Method: Keep the middle finger at the mount of Venus and press it with the thumb.

Specialty: It reduces the dullness of body.

Time Duration: One can practice it for 40 to 60 minutes daily until cured from disease.

Benefits: It relieves earache within 4 to 5 minutes and is useful for the deaf and mentally challenged.

History says that Krishna, Buddha and Christ had achieved it and in terms of modern science, it is the awakening of the seventh sense – a transcendence of consciousness to the highest realms of Truth, Peace and Harmony. For this we do not need to go to temples, churches, mosques or to Gurus. Let us now enkindle our seventh sense, through this Siddha Kundalini - Tantric Meditation.

It is inside us and only we can activate it. So let us meditate.

Shivoham Krishna Temple - Dr. CV Ravindranath (3rd March. 2011)














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