Truth behind Chakra:
Each chakra is perpetually rotating. At the mouth of the chakra, a divine force from the higher world
flows. Without this inrush of primary energy, the physical body could not exist.
The chakra centres are in constant operation in all of us. In the undeveloped person, they are usually
in sluggish motion, just forming the necessary vortex for the force to enter, and not much more than
that. However, in the more evolved person, they may be glowing and pulsating with living light so
that an enormous amount of energy passes through them.
The divine energy that pours into each chakra from without sets up at right angles to itself secondary
forces in an oscillating circular motion. Think of this like a magnet that produces a current around a
coil at right angles to its axis.
After entering the vortex, the primary force radiates from it at right angles as straight lines, as
though the centre of the vortex was the hub of a wheel and the radiations of the primary force were
The force of these spokes seem to bind the astral and etheric bodies together like grappling-hooks.
The number of these spokes differs in each chakra, which determines the number of petals each
chakra exhibits. This is why the chakras have been described in oriental books as resembling flowers.
Each of the secondary forces, which sweep around the saucer-shaped depressions, has its own
wavelength and moves along large petals of various sizes. The number of petals is determined by the
number of spokes in the wheel – the number of wavelengths being infinitesimal.
All the petals have shimmering effect, like the mother-of- pearl, yet each has its own predominant