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Energy Chakra’s and their relations to the glands

                


Hindu, Chines and some ancient civilization agreed upon the existence of different types of energy points in Human body. These energy points are further classified as major and minor energy points. There are seven major energy points and lies in our subtle body. In Hindu mythology these energy points are called chakras because it has assumed that they have the shape similar to wheel which is called chakra in Hindu mythology. The interpretation of the chakras are also available in ancient Indian yoga Literature books and epics. All the Yoga asana influenced and stimulate these energy points and every asana effects one or more than one energy point called chakra
These energy points more specifically charkas govern different specific functions of our body. Each and every chakra controls and stabilize different functions of our body. Chakras Like our Mind, Mouth, Eyes, Hands, Legs, etc. do not have direct effect on our body. According to spirituality and occult science these energy points are similar to colors which gives life to dull painting. Proper functioning of these chakra makes our life colorful, enjoyable and to doubt successful too. When proper energy flows through these chakra and when they became balance and stable then one gains the miraculous and magical Power, Personality and characteristics. In spirituality they play a major role. Monks and stoic gives special attention for their chakras and gain powers by awaking them. For a good and healthy life too our chakra must be stable and balance .All the illness and diseases enters in the body through these chakras. So all the chakras must be balance and stable for disease free life. These body chakras are interrelated to different gland of our body and these glands too have a marvellous effect on our body. These glands make different types of chemical which is known as hormones. For a good and quality life these hormones must be generated and supplied to our body in sufficient quantity. The work and functions of chakras as describe in ancient literature which was written many centuries ago, is very much similar to the works of glands as describe in modern medical science. Having very much similar works and functions these both are consider similar to each other. There are two types of glands one is called Extrocrine glands and other one is called endocrines gland.  The main works of the chakra and glands too are to stabilise mind and body, protection against diseases and to form the attitude, behaviour and character. i.e they both  are consider same. Some main glands are

1     Pineal gland


    Pineal gland is one of the most important gland. Pineal gland with the help of pituitary gland controls other glands. It is situated in upper most part of the head and related to the crown chakra. The pineal gland plays important role in maintaining  the body’s internal clock because it regulates the body’s circadian rhythms. Circadian rhythms are the daily rhythms of the body, including signals that make someone feel tired, sleep, wake up, and feel alert around the same time each day. Crown chakra is also considered as higher level of consciousness. His shape is similar to the core of mango having a red colour

2    Pituitary gland


      Pituitary gland is also in head and below the Pineal gland. This gland has two lobes which are called anterior and posterior lobes. This gland also regulates other glands and balances them. This gland makes or generates 9 different types of hormones. This gland directly influences height, colour, water level and reproductive system. Hypothalamus gland which is held responsible for our thinking and behaviour is in the mind and very close to Pituitary gland. These glands in the chakra system are interrelated to third eye chakra Aagya Chakra or  Master chakras.

3       Thyroid & Parathyroid gland


      This gland is in neck and makes a Thyracine hormone which makes our body as well as our mind healthy. Mental conditions such as tear, fear, sadness, intrude the working of this gland as result health is affected whereas parathyroid gland generates the parathome hormone which balances the calcium & Phosphorus in the body. This gland is behind the Thyroid gland. 


4    Thymus gland


      This gland is near the heart and in middle of the lungs. This gland remains and  vanishes as the age increases. The main function of this gland is the formation of white count in blood and also responsible for the development of the body. The thymus gland is an essential organ for the development of the immune system, but very few people have any idea that it exists. In the literature and also in people's awareness, the fact is often that the thymus controls and harmonises the entire immune system and the immune functioning of the organism. It is the primary donor of cells for the lymphatic system, much as bone marrow is the cell donor for the cardiovascular system. It is within the thymus that progenitor cells are created and then undergo maturation and differentiation into mature T cells. The thymus gland is located in the mediastinum, behind the sternum. It is composed of two identical lobes. Each lobe is divided into a central medulla and a peripheral cortex. The thymus is at its largest and most active during the neonatal and pre-adolescent periods. After this period the organ gradually disappears and is replaced by fat. In elderly individuals the thymus weighs 5 g. The aim of this work is to shed new light on this important immune defense organ, whose function is not confined to the destruction of nonfunctional T cells.

      Pancreas gland


    This gland also generates the insulin whose main work is to regulate the sugar in the blood. The pancreas is a glandular organ in the upper abdomen, and functions as two glands in one: a digestive exocrine gland and a hormone-producing endocrine gland. Functioning as an exocrine gland, the pancreas excretes enzymes to break down the proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acids in food. This gland also secretes the hormones insulin and glucagon to control blood sugar levels throughout the day


6      Adrenal gland

     
     There are two adrenal gland above our two kidneys. These generate five different types of hormones having very specific work. Dr. Richard Restak clinical professor of Neurology at the George Washington university America explains that the Hypothalamus gland in the mind and Adrenal gland above our kidney controls not only our body functions but our thinking and thought process also. Hypothalamus gland in the mind is very close to Pituitary gland. These glands in the chakra system are interrelated to third eye chakra (Aagya Chakra) and Adrenal gland above the kidney is interrelated to Solar Plexus chakra (in Hindhi Manipur Chakara). All chakras more specifically glands does not have any direct effect on our body

      Ovary and testis glands

   
   ovary gland founds only in women. The main work of this gland is to control the menstruation cycle in the woman and also helps in pregnancy. Whereas testis gland are found in men only and controls the sperm. Testosterone is necessary for proper physical development in boys. It is the primary androgen, which is the term for any substance that stimulates and/or maintains masculine development. During puberty, testosterone is involved in many of the processes that transition a boy to manhood, including:
·         Development of male sex organs
·         Growth of facial and body hair
·         Lowering of the voice
·         Increase in height
·         Maintaining libido
·         Sperm production
·         Maintaining muscle strength and mass


In yoga these different glands are inter related to body chakras as

Pineal gland-                                              Crown chakra

Pituitary gland-                                          Third eye chakra

Thyroid & Parathyroid gland-                 Throat chakra

Thymus gland -                                           Heart Chakra

Pancreas gland -                                          Solar Plexus Chakra

Adrenal gland   -                                         sacral chakra

Ovary and testies glands    -                       Root Chakra



These all chakras have a magical effect on our body. These glands or so called chakra’s does not have any direct control on  the body’s  functions but however hormones generated by them is held responsible for the overall personality of the person. There function are different as compare to our mind, heart, Lungs, lever or intestine etc. The different chemicals generated by these glands stabilize our different organism and also balances our mind and body. The generation and formation of hormones are essential for good mental and physical health therefore these chakras must be balance, stable and powerful. Unbalance and week chakras makes sick so therefore it is essential to energies our chakras to have a disease free life. Basically these chakra directly show the energy level of our body and if there is any energy leakage in our chakras then it must directly reflects in our life. We can cure many of our illness directly by making our chakra’s balance and powerful. We should work on chakras for good and healthy life. 



Energy Chakra’s and their relations to the glands    Energy Chakra’s and their relations to the glands Reviewed by Devesh nath on June 20, 2018 Rating: 5

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