Chakras and Their Presiding Deity - Swadhisthana Chakra

                      The second chakra is the Swadisthana Chakra  - "One's own abode"

                                               which is located in the tail-bone,

                                    and corresponds to the pubic bone in the front of the body.

                                        It has six vermillion colored petals with a crescent moon.

                              The crescent moon is the water region whose deity is Varuna (below)


                                                           The God of Seas and Waters.

                          The presiding deity for the whole chakra is Shri Brahmadeva

                                             who represents the Creator, and has as his power

                                     Shri Saraswati , who is the Goddess of music and arts.


                    This second chakra is often reported to be related to our sexuality, but it is

                              also the chakra for creativity, pure attention, and pure knowledge.

                         It is the one who connects us to the inner source of inspiration , and

                                            enables us to experience the beauty around us.

                         The pure knowledge given by this chakra is not mental, but is direct

                                      perception of the Reality that can be felt in our palms and

                                                       indicates our subtle blockages.

                      Also this is the center of pure, steady attention and power of concentration.

                       On the physical level it looks after our liver, kidneys and lower abdomen.

                       When we think too much this center gets drained of energy and diseases like

                               diabetes or blood cancer can occur when this chakra goes completely

                                                                out of balance.


                                           The gemstones that benefit this chakra are:

                                         * amethyst   * carnelian   * coral   * aquamarine

                                                      THE  BIJA  or  SEED  MANTRA 

            Vam (vahm) is the seed sound for the Swadhisthana chakra.  It is a watery element and

            its quality is taste.   While saying the Vam bija, visualize a crescent moon over water.

            Patience will begin to manifest, as well as greater control of appetite and other senses.

                                 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   o  O  o   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


Healing Mantras by

Thomas Ashley-Farrand



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Comment by Tara Mary on March 7, 2012 at 4:42pm

Comment by Tara Mary on March 7, 2012 at 4:34pm

Thank-you Hannah and Dheeraj for your comments.

And Dheeraj....Yes, I am sure it will benefit everyone!

Love, Light, Peace and Joy Blessings to you both,

Tara Mary.

Comment by Dheeraj on March 7, 2012 at 11:25am

Wow! Thanks for sharing. I have recently created an empowerment with Vishnu. I think it will be beneficial for everyone.

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