Chakra System in Male and Females

Chakra System in Male and Females

According to various spiritual-based disciplines, the human body has seven chakras. The word ‘chakra’ is derived from the Sanskrit word, which means ‘wheel’. Its literal interpretation in Hindi means, ‘wheel of spinning energy’. Chakras are basically energy centres in the body through which positive or negative energy enters, and through which the same energy may be dissipated or given out. Chakras are the bridge that connects your spiritual consciousness to your physical body. The seven chakras in the cosmic anatomy are- the Base or Root Chakra, the Sacral or Navel Chakra, the Solar Plexus, the Heart, the Throat, the Third Eye or Brow Chakra and the Crown.

Chakra’s system functions differently in female and male bodies, as the energies they absorb and exude are worlds apart. But when they complement each other or are combined, they can attain the highest level of consciousness there is, and is an all-powerful energy source. The direction in which the chakras rotate is also different in the two sexes making them unique to its gender. The chakra in a female body rotates anti-clockwise, and in the male body, clockwise. The female energy is comprised of electrons and the male energy of protons. This scientific explanation of a very spiritual practice breaks down the science of healing through the chakras and gives an idea of how the chakra system works to the uninitiated. The male and female chakra systems are the manifestation of Shiva and Shakti, their heaven-bound counterparts.

The working of the chakras in the female and male bodies, their elements and their energies can be better understood by knowing which chakra consists of which pole. Every chakra has a positive or negative pole, which defines its nature and functioning. Chakras that have the positive pole are in the giving mode, and chakras that have the negative pole are in receiving mode. These poles differ in each of the seven chakras in the female and male bodies.

Chakra Chart in Male and Female Bodies:-

1) First Chakra – Muladhara or Base or Root Chakra

Positive Pole or Giving mode in Male Body

Negative Pole of Receiving Mode in Female body

The first chakra in a male or female is situated at the perineum. This chakra has a positive pole in male, and hence in its physical manifestation, the lingam is outward shaped. It is in the giving mode. The first chakra in a female is in receiving mode as it has a negative pole.

2) Second Chakra – Swadishtanta or Sacrel or Navel Chakra

Positive Pole or Giving mode in Female Body

Negative Pole of Receiving Mode in Male body

The second chakra in a male body is in the receiving mode due to its negative pole. The same is in the giving mode in a female’s body, as it has a positive pole. The second chakra is the centre of all emotions in a body, and that’s why a female is more emotionally charged than a male.

To understand this better, read this instance. Often we may notice that women develop feelings and lots of emotions after making love with their partners. Due to the sexual intercourse, the male penetrates with his lingam i.e. his positive pole to yoni i.e. the negative pole of a female. Then after some time, the energy reaches the second chakra, which is the positive pole of a female. And that’s how, after lovemaking, deep emotions get activated in a woman’s body.

3) Third Chakra – Madipurak , or Solar Plexis Chakra

Positive Pole or Giving mode in Male Body

Negative Pole of Receiving Mode in Female body

The third chakra in a man has a positive pole. Because of this, men are born to make home and shelter, and they actively use this energy to make their tribe, and they create boundaries within their tribe. Men are born to be warrior, whereas, in a female’s body, the third chakra has a negative pole, and is hence in receiving mode. But in 21st century’s lifestyle, women need to work a lot and manage everything by them self, so, sometime this chakra is becoming very active also in women, and that’s why you feel some women have less feminist quality and some have more.

4) Fourth Chakra – Anahata or Heart Chakra

Positive Pole or Giving mode in Female Body

Negative Pole of Receiving Mode in Male body

The fourth chakra in a man is in the receiving mode. And, in women, it is in the giving mode due to its positive pole. This is why, the physical manifestation of this chakra, which is breasts, are outward in the female body. This is also why the heart chakra is popularly known as a woman’s chakra. And that’s, why for women it is easier to connect with the heart.

5) Fifth Chakra – Vishudha or Throat Chakra

Positive Pole or Giving mode in Male Body

Negative Pole of Receiving Mode in Female body

This positive pole fifth chakra in a male’s body is the reason why the majority of the world’s renowned poets, scientists, creators are men. It is the voice or throat chakra, and it is very active in a man. In a woman, this chakra is in the receiving mode.

6) Sixth Chakra – Ajna or Third Eye Chakra

Positive Pole or Giving mode in Female Body

Negative Pole of Receiving Mode in Male body

The sixth chakra is very active in a woman and is in the giving mode. The world knows the maximum of its healers to be women as they possess psychic powers. That’s why in the earlier times, we used to refer to women as the oracle that shows the path to man. This chakra in a man is merely in the receiving mode.

7) Seventh Chakra – Sahastra or A Thousand petals of the lotus flower

Positive Pole or Giving mode in Female Body

Negative Pole of Receiving Mode in Male body

The seventh chakra is where the positive and negative poles merge, and only pure consciousness remains.

 

So to grow as a balanced human being and go deep in your spiritual search, it’s very important to find a balance of energy in each chakra. And if you feel that, some chakras are less activated and some more over activated then it is advisable to practice Chakra Breathing Mediation for 21 days.

In Our Tantra Nectar Workshops, We are offering much mediation to balance the chakra system. If you feel to jump in this magical journey of self-realisation then must join us, for more information check the calendar.

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