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Left and Right brain hemisphere represented by Shiva and Shakti - a symbolic bipolarity of human mind

Ardhanarishwara is a unified form of the dual nature of the masculine and feminine energy of the cosmos. It is represented by the combined form of Hindu god Shiva and his consort Shakti. It shows that the true god is non-dual, and the duality exists only in our physical world/existence. Ardhanarishwara also depicts the male energy of the universe - Purusha - and the female energy of the universe - Prakriti, the union of which starts the process of creation. Thus Ardhanarishwara is a symbol of creation. Human brain is also dual in nature - divided into left hemisphere and right hemisphere. The right brain is feminine - represented by Shakti. It governs recognition, intuition and creativity. The left brain is masculine - represented by Shiva. It is responsible for critica, analytical and rational thinking...

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Lunar Nadi - the psychic channel in the body called as Pingala, depicting feminine energy called as Pingala

Nadis are the subtle, psychic channels  in the subtle body. In the subtle body, there are fourteen principle nadis out of which three nadis are most important - Ida, Pingala, and Sushmana. These are the channels or the pathways through which prana (life energy) flows. Like chakras, these nadis aren't physically visible inside the body. Ida is the left psychic channel. It is feminine in nature and is represented by moon. Therefore, it is also known as Lunar Nadi. The feminine doesn't represent the gender, but the certain qualities. Ida is associated with river Ganga. It begins at the Muladhara chakra or the 1st chakra and ends in the left nostril...

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Manipura Chakra - 3rd Energy centre or the Naval Chakra -Design 1

Manipura Chakra or the “Navel Chakra” is the 3rd energy center located above navel in the solar plexus area. It is symbolically represented by a yellow lotus with ten petals. It is associated with self-confidence and self-esteem through which we make an impact on others. It is concerned with body's core area including digestive system, pancreas and adrenals. It correlates to the Fire element. Fire represents energy and expansion and this Chakra is associated with our energies with which we expand ourselves on others. Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

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Manipura Chakra - 3rd Energy centre or the Naval Chakra- Design 3

Manipura Chakra or the “Navel Chakra” is the 3rd energy center located above navel in the solar plexus area. It is symbolically represented by a yellow lotus with ten petals. It is associated with self-confidence and self-esteem through which we make an impact on others. It is concerned with body's core area including digestive system, pancreas and adrenals. It correlates to the Fire element. The presiding deity at this Chakra is Agni - the God of Fire - who rides a Ram. The sound associated with this Chakra is ram...

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Muladhara Chakra - The 1st or root energy centre - Design 3

Muladhara Chakra or “Root Chakra” is the 1st energy center located at the base of the spinal cord in the tailbone area. The inactive Kundalini rests in this chakra. It is symbolically represented by a lotus with four petals. Hence, it represents foundation—our fundamental instincts of self-survival and identification with world. It correlates to the Earth element. Earth is a primal element and this Chakra is associated with our basic and primal needs. The presiding deity at this Chakra is Lord Indra - the King of Devas or demi-gods, who rides an elephant, Airavat, with seven tusks. The sound associated with this Chakra is Lam...

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Muladhara Chakra - The 1st or root energy centre-Design 1

Muladhara Chakra or “Root Chakra” is the 1st energy center located at the base of the spinal cord in the tailbone area. The inactive Kundalini rests in this chakra. It is symbolically represented by a lotus with four petals. Hence, it represents foundation—our fundamental instincts of self-survival and identification with world. It correlates to the Earth element. Earth is a primal element and this Chakra is associated with our basic and primal needs. Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

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Om - sound of the cosmos

Om is a sacred sound - a sound of the cosmos. It refers to both Atman (soul) and Brahman - the supreme God, the ultimate reality from which everything evolved. Everything in this universe is pulsating.The vibrations emanating from planets are not audible to human ears as they are outside human hearing range. However, one who meditates at the higher levels of consciousness can hear the sound of the cosmos. Through repititive chanting of Om, a Yogi can resonate himself with the sound of the cosmos, establishing a connection between nature and the universe. By meditating upon Om, a Yogi unites with the source from which everything is evolved - Brahman...

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Patanjali - the father of Yoga (Design 1)

Sage Patanjali is the father of the Yoga. The originator of Yoga was Hindu God Shiva. He taught Yoga to Saptarishis - the seven great sages - in ancient times. The Yoga taught to Seve sages were different and became seven different aspects of Yoga. After many years, Sage Patanjali compiled all the types of yoga into a single treatise known as Yoga Sutra. Patanjali was not just a sage, he was an enlightened human. He is believed to have lived during 2nd century CE. He is also believed to be an avatar (incarnation) of Shesha - the primordial snake and servant of Hindu God Vishnu. He has also wrote important works on Ayurveda - the ancient Indian system of medicine. He is depicted here sitting in medidating posture, his all chakras been awakened, and a multi-hooded Shesha in the background, signifying that he is incarnated as Patanjali...

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Patanjali - the father of Yoga (Design 2)

Sage Patanjali is the father of the Yoga. The originator of Yoga was Hindu God Shiva. He taught Yoga to Saptarishis - the seven great sages - in ancient times. The Yoga taught to Seve sages were different and became seven different aspects of Yoga. After many years, Sage Patanjali compiled all the types of yoga into a single treatise known as Yoga Sutra. Patanjali was not just a sage, he was an enlightened human. He is believed to have lived during 2nd century CE. He is also believed to be an avatar (incarnation) of Shesha - the primordial snake and servant of Hindu God Vishnu. He has also wrote important works on Ayurveda - the ancient Indian system of medicine. He is depicted here sitting in medidating posture, his all chakras been awakened, and a multi-hooded Shesha in the background, signifying that he is incarnated as Patanjali...

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Rise of Kundalini energy through seven chakras - the energy centres of the body - from bottom to the top of a Yogi.

Kundalini is an energy lying dormant at the base of the spine since birth. It is Kundalini which starts the formation of child in the womb. It is represented as a snake coiled at the base of the spine. As this Kundalini energy sets into action, it rises up and energizes each chakra one after the another. As the kundalini moves up, the state of consciousness also expands. Once the Kundalini reaches the crown of the body or the Sahasrara chakra, the yogi achieves a self-realised state. ..

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Seven Chakras - The mystical energy centres of the human body (Design 4)

Chakras, meaning wheel, are the psychic energy centres of human body aligned along the spine from bottom to top. Chakras aren't physically present inside the body but in the subtle body. They, however, affect and control certain zones of the body. The Chakras are represented as lotus. Kundalini energy, which is represented as a coiled serpent resting at the bottom of the spine, when begins to ascends up the spine, it scintillates and awakens each lotus (chakras) one by one, thereby opening them. When Kundalini reaches the topmost Chakra, the yogi attains spiritual awakening and self-realization. The Chakras or energy centres impact a human being at both physical and emotional level. There are seven chakras depited here from top to bottom in the subtle body - Muladhara Chakra, Swadisthana Chakra, Manipura Chakra, Anahata Chakra, Vishuddha Chakra, Ajna Chakra, Sahasrara Chakra. The elements associated to each chakra are also represented symbolically along the subtle body - Earth, Water, Fire, Air, Spirit & lightning, Ether, and Time & Space. The beej mantra or the seed mantras associated with each chakras are mentioned within each chakra - Lam, Vam, Ram, Yam, Ham, Om...

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Shiva lingam - the abstract representation of Hindu God Shiva - in Sanctum Sanctorum of the temple

Hindu God Shiva is also known as the God of destruction and together with Brahma and Vishnu forms the Hindu trinity - Triumurti. Shiva brings the transformation in the universe in the form of destruction, leading to a new creation. Shiva is also known as Adi Yogi or the first Yogi. Thus, through the practice of Yoga and self-control, Shiva is also the destroyer of illusion or Maya. Apart from a fierce deity and a Yogi, Shiva is also a householder, his consort being Goddess Parvati, who is an aspect of the primordial feminine - Adi Shakti. As an abstract form, Shiva is worshipped as Lingam...

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Solar and Lunar Nadis - the masculine (Ida) and feminine (Pingala) psychic channels representing the basic duality in existence.

Nadis are the subtle, psychic channels  in the subtle body. In the subtle body, there are fourteen principle nadis out of which three nadis are most important - Ida, Pingala, and Sushmana. These are the channels or the pathways through which prana (life energy) flows. Like chakras, these nadis aren't physically visible inside the body. Ida is the left psychic channel. It is feminine in nature and is represented by moon. Therefore, it is also known as Lunar Nadi. Pingala is the right psychic channel. It is masculine in nature and is represented by Sun. Therefore, it is also known as Solar Nadi. Ida and Pingala represents the basic duality. Before the creation, there is no duality. As the creation begins, there is a duality. Thus, without duality, there is no creation...

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Solar Nadi - the psychic channel in the body called as Ida, depicting masculine energy

Nadis are the subtle, psychic channels  in the subtle body. In the subtle body, there are fourteen principle nadis out of which three nadis are most important - Ida, Pingala, and Sushmana. These are the channels or the pathways through which prana (life energy) flows. Like chakras, these nadis aren't physically visible inside the body. Pingala is the right psychic channel. It is masculine in nature and is represented by Sun. Therefore, it is also known as Solar Nadi. The masculine doesn't represent the gender, but the certain qualities. Pingala is associated with river Yamuna. It begins at the Muladhara chakra or the 1st chakra and ends in the right nostril...

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Surya - the divine personification of Sun on his chariot driven by seven horses

Surya is the divine personification of Sun. In Hindu mythology, Surya is a Deva (demi-god). He is a part of Hindu system of celestial bodies - Navagraha. In Vedas, Surya is said to be the creator of material universe. He is depicted as riding on a chariot pulled by seven horses(symbolic representation of the seven colours of light), holding a louts, and the charioteer is Aruna. Aruna is the brother of Garuda, the celestial eagle and mount of Hindu God Vishnu, the preserver. A strong position of Surya in horoscope grows our mental and physical strength, and makes our lives ailment less. Major festivals dedicated to Surya are Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Chhat Puja, Kumbha Mela. Characters from Ramayan and Mahabharata like Sugriva and Karna respectively are sons of Surya. Konarka Sun Temple in the Indian state of Orissa one of the important temples dedicated to Surya...

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Swadisthana Chakra - 2nd energy centre or the Sacral Chakra (Design 3)

Swadisthana Chakra or the “Sacral Chakra” is the 2nd energy center located just above the Muladhara Chakra near the pubic bone. It is symbolically represented by a lotus with six, orange petals. The six petals represent six consciousness—Visual, Auditory, Olfactory, Gustatory, Tactile, and Mental. Hence, it is associated with our connection and relation to rest of the world. It represents reproduction through which the species propagate. It correlates to the Water element. Water represents fluidity and motion and this Chakra is associated with the motion of our emotions. The presiding deity at this Chakra is Lord Varuna - the God of Oceans, who rides a crocodile. The sound associated with this Chakra is Vam...

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Vishuddha Chakra - 5th the Energy centre or the Throat Chakra

Vishuddha  Chakra or the “Throat Chakra” is the 5th the energy center located behind the neck with focal point of activation as throat. It is symbolically represented by a lotus with sixteen petals. It is associated with communication and expression and is concerned with Neck, shoulders, hands, thyroid glands. It correlates to the Space element. Space represents sound and expanse and this Chakra is associated with how we communicate. The presiding deity is Five-headed form of shiva known as Sadashiva and the associated animal is an elephant. The sound associated with this Chakra is Ham...

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