The Chakras

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Quest Books, 1972 - Health & Fitness - 132 pages
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You have a number of vividly colored, blazing, coruscating whirlpools of energy that serve as your subtle psychic sense organs. C.W. Leadbeater, famous clairvoyant, makes them come authentically alive in living color with ten striking illustrations. Then, with great clarity and simplicity, he explains what each chakra means to your welfare. For you and your body are in truth a great nucleus of potential power! In print since 1927, hundreds of thousands of copies of this book have been sold. It is recognized as a classic of esoteric literature.
  

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User Review  - Rachel Eatherton - Goodreads

some good information, but overall pretty dry to me. Read full review

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User Review  - Erren Wolf - Goodreads

Leadbeater, who also wrote Thought-forms, is a man who can see the nonphysical world. He wrote about thought-forms and illustrated them and in this book he describes the chakras: the seven energy ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER I
1
TheChakras
7
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS PLATES PAGE
9
The Crown Chakra Frontispiece
14
The Root Chakra
18
The Spleen Chakra
18
The Navel Chakra
18
The Heart Chakra
18
The Forms of the Forces
36
The Combined Form of the Forces
38
The Chakras and the Plexuses
41
The Ultimate Physical Atom
43
CHAPTER III
53
Prana and the Principles
60
CHAPTER IV
71
The Pituitary Body and the Pineal Gland
74

The Throat Chakra Between Pages
18
The Brow Chakra 16 and
18
The Chakras according to Gichtel
18
The Streams of Vitality IX The Chakras and the Nervous System Facing Page 40
18
FIGURES
19
The Chakras 6
20
CHAPTER II
23
The Spinal Channels
33
CHAPTER V
95
Colours of Lotus Petals
97
The Sanskrit Alphabet
98
Hindu Diagram of the Heart Chakra
99
The Symbolic Forms of the Elements
106
INDEX
123
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