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Nadis are energy channels, the pathways that our life force energy travels. Yoga calls our life force energy as Prana. Just like the blood circulation, Prana travels in our body along certain pathways.
In addition to the seven chakras of the subtle body, the Tantras have described a network of subtle channels known as nadis through which the life force prana circulate.
According to the tantric treatise Shiva Samhita, there are fourteen principal nadis. Of these, Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are considered the most important. Ida is the left channel.
Ida is white, feminine, cold, represents the moon and is associated with the river Ganga Ganges. Originating in Muladhara, Ida ends up in the left nostril. Pingala is the right channel. Pingala is red, masculine, hot, represents the sun and is associated with the river Yamuna. Originating in Muladhara, Pingala ends up in the right nostril. Sushumna is the central channel and is associated with the river Saraswati.
Within the Sushumna nadi there are three more subtle channels: Vajra, Chitrini and Brahma nadi through which Kundalini moves upwards running up the body from just below Muladhara chakra to Sahasrara chakra at the crown of the head. In Muladhara, Shakti, the static unmanifested Kundalini, is symbolized by a serpent coiled into three and a half circles around the central axis Svayambhu-linga at the base of the spine.
The serpent lies blocking the entrance to Sushumna, the central channel with his mouth. Sushumna remains closed at its lower end as long as Kundalini is not awakened. The technique of Kundalini Yoga consists in using Prana the vital air , guiding its circulatory movement through Ida and Pingala down to the base of the spine into the space where Kundalini lies coiled.
The vital energies of the opposite forces circulating in Ida and Pingala will be unified and Shakti Kundalini will then awaken and rise up Sushumna, energizing the seven chakras.
From Muladhara chakra, Ida and Pingala alternate from the right to left sides at each chakra until they reach Ajna chakra where they meet again with Sushumna. Continuing beyond Ajna chakra, Ida and Pingala end in the left and right nostrils respectively. Once the Kundalini Shakti has ascended through Sushumna to Sahasrara, the highest psychic center at the crown of the head, it is made to reverse its course and return to rest in the base center again. Nadis In addition to the seven chakras of the subtle body, the Tantras have described a network of subtle channels known as nadis through which the life force prana circulate.
The word nadi literally means 'flow' or 'current'. The ancient texts say that there are seventy-two thousand nadis in the psychic body. These are visible as currents of light to a person who has developed psychic vision. Like the chakras, they are not actually part of the physical body, although they correspond with the nerves. Nadis are the subtle channels through which the pranic forces flow. Out of the large number of nadis in the psychic body, ten are major. Of these, three are most significant: ida, pingala and sushumna.
Shiva is consciousness, and it manifests as mind. Shakti is energy manifesting as prana, and in swara yoga it becomes the tool for understanding consciousness. Inherent in energy is consciousness. The difference between these three states is only the vibrational rate and density of energy. At the highest and most subtle level of vibration, energy manifests as pure consciousness.
In addition to the seven chakras of the subtle body, the Tantras have described a network of subtle channels known as nadis through which the life force prana circulate. According to the tantric treatise Shiva Samhita, there are fourteen principal nadis. Of these, Ida, Pingala and Sushumna are considered the most important. Ida is the left channel.
Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna are the main Nadis or energy channels through which the Divine energy flows. These 3 Nadis connect our chakras and run, vertically, from the base of the spine to the head. Ida is situated on the left, Sushumna in the center, and Pingala on the right. Yet, for many years, they have been recognized by allopathic medicine.
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