Human being is the most beautiful creation done by the Almighty. No one is able to create a similar replica till date. We also haven’t explored the human body and it’s behaviour, systems wholly.
There is science beyond science. A human body is made up of three systems which can also be called as three bodies, namely:
- Physical body
- Emotional body
- Spiritual body
A physical body is the physiology of a human being as seen and felt through naked eyes or any related technological machine. It is tangible in nature. Our systems such as digestive, respiratory etc, mind, heart, limbs etc all comprise the physical body. I’ll not go into much detail in this section.
Emotional body comprises of our feelings, thoughts, set of emotions such as anger, joy, stress, sadness, enthusiasm etc all form our emotional body. Most of the set of emotions are dealt by the endocrine system.
Here comes the part, of which many might not be having much knowledge. Or sometimes this seems unbelievable to exist. But each one of us, do have a spiritual body inside us as well. The spiritual body consists of seven power centres or chakras, three main channels or nadis and one Kundalini.
Most of us can get confuse Kundalini with the Kundli. But both of them are totally two different things. The Kundalini is the three and a half coiled shaped energy, placed inside sacrum bone. It is similar to a memory chip with endless space. It stores the data related to our life, not only present life but of all previous lives. It guides us in our journey. It depends on the person that his or her Kundalini is in dormant or active state. Kundalini enters a child’s body in the Mother’s womb. It is so powerful that it cleanses each chakra and empowers this power centre of body. It moves swiftly, destroys any negative or ill effects including physical diseases, inside our body.
The Chakras or Power Centres
Each chakra is govern by a deity. It is often said that all the Gods of this world are within you. That’s true. All the power and the God is also established in each individual. What matters is whether you are able to feel it and thereby believe it. I won’t be going into much detail about which deity governs which chakra in this blog. Yet, I would give a brief about the linkage between the emotional body and the chakras. It will be easier to understand the seven chakras, if you imagine your spinal cord while reading further.
- Mooladhar Chakra: At the last bone of the spine is the first chakra, the Mooladhar chakra. As the name suggest this chakra forms the basis of all. This chakra has a unique power which is Innocence (or abhodita in hindi). A person ‘s innocence and simplicity is governed by this chakra.
- Swadishthan Chakra: It is the second chakra, above the mooladhar. It is situated in the middle lower abdomen part. This chakra govern the Creativity of a person. All the good artists of the world have this chakra in active state. Apart from arts and its related forms, studies, work, household chores etc are also other types of creativity. So, those whose this chakra is active, they perform quite uniquely.
To be continued….
In a world full of numerous lives, humans often feel lonely in crowd. Loneliness is becoming a potential future threat for the civilization. In many research globally, it is often concluded that non communicable diseases are emerging as most encountered ones.
But have you ever imagined what is the reason behind this? The major issue with most of us is that we are not internally happy or we consider our lives as a baggage or we aren’t satisfied with ourselves, our life, or those surrounding us. This in turn make us more aloof and lonely. We feel sad. This emotional low triggers our physical fitness. Due to our prolonged, continuous stressed and depressed condition, we give invitation to someone. Not humans, but to the diseases and illness. And it’s a vicious cycle, until and unless we help ourselves, we just keep on walking in the darkness.
The above image holds a truth. We are not alone. Believe it, we do have a lot of well wishers. It is just people (all of us) are so preoccupied and engrossed in our not so busy lives that we have no time for others. Sometimes it is irony that we have time for technology and gadgets but not for real living humans and nature.
In India, there was a very good culture where everyone used to wake up before the rising sun. Left for work by the sunrise. Each one performed all the tasks dutifully and cheerfully. Then took out the time to cherish the handmade chapatis and sometimes raw onion or any local vegetable with some jaggery (gud). Thereafter by sunset all were back home. Had dinner. Thereafter people sat in groups outside of their houses. They had discussions, chats amongst themselves. Also, they used to sing songs, crack jokes and had fun during this sociological interaction. This is still practiced in few parts of real rural villages of India.
This lifestyle of rural India was the essence of physical well-being and long lives of people. They had a social life apart from individual life. Today, our life is much easy and sorted, but we have missed an essential component of our life – the social aspect.
There is this proverb “Man is a social animal.” Yes, we are and our mind, heart and soul needs interactions to be happy and lively. It charges our discharged batteries just like a charger.
Year 2020 is approaching. Why not we just adopt a small part of rural Indian lifestyle? Let’s interact wholeheartedly. Okay, we can’t spend each day sitting outside of our homes. But we surely can call or meet one person. Don’t talk for hours. Just tell the person that you remembered him or her today. Make the person happy and glad. Let the person feel special for that day. Let the person live the real life that day. Let the person know that there is someone who is around and that he is not alone. Life is a circle, start and take the initiative. One day no wonder you will also get a call to feel special.
Come let’s go back to our valuable, natural, scientific and worthy rural lifestyle to be healthy and cheerful once again.