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Historical and Comparative

Early doctrines regarding chakras
The Tibetan Buddhist Theory of Chakras
The Natha theory of Chakras
The Shakta Theory of Chakras
Radha Soami (Sant Mat)
The Theosophical Theory of Chakras
The Chakras according to Sri Aurobindo
The Rainbow Theory of Chakras
New Age Interpretations
Barbara Ann Brennan
The World Clock Model by Richard Haider

Parallels in non-Indo-Tibetan systems:

Taoist Concepts of the subtle Body and centers of Ch’i
Early hints of Chakras in Platonism
The Sufi Latifa
The Hesychastic Centres of Prayer
The Chakras and the Sefirot
Chakras, Sefirot, and Chinese thought

Associated Concepts

The Nadis
Subtle life energy – prana – vayu – ch’i – ki
The Circulation of the Light – Microcosmic Orbit


Meditating on and balancing the chakras
Some notes on Working with Chakra Energies and Energy Balancing
Energetic Pathways – The Chakra Figure 8s


Types of Chakras
Major and Minor Chakras
The Chakras and the Subtle Bodies
The Transpersonal Chakras
The Chakras and the kingdoms of nature
The Chakras and the astrological spheres
Chakras and the Evolution of Consciousness
Subjective Mental Experience and Genuine Experience
The Chakras and Cosmosomatics
The difficulty of formulating a unified chakra science

Other Pages

Chakra Links
Chakra Books


Sacred Geometry Jewelry
by the artist David Weitztman
Sacred geometry is a term which describes the geometrical laws which create everything in existence. This term has been used by mathematicians, geometricians, spiritual seekers, anthropologists, and archaeologists to encompass the religious, philosophical, and spiritual beliefs that have sprung up around geometry in all the major cultures during the course of human history.  When you connect spirit and geometry you get sacred geometry!