Introducing Shukr's, How we understand Lata'if or Chakras.

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2017-10-09 04:26

According to Islamic Metaphysics or Sufism, the seven Chakras or Lata'if are each associated with a Color and a Prophet.

The base chakra at the base of the spine ('sacrum') or tailbone/coccyx is associated with the color black of the 'Materia Prima' and is associated with Adam, the first of the Divine Prophets, upon him be peace, who was fashioned from black clay or mud (carbon essence).

The navel chakra is associated with the blue of water and the emotions and is associated with Divine Messenger Nuh, upon him be peace.

The chakra at the solar plexus is associated with yellow and the Prophet Dawud upon him be peace. It is where the spirit enters. The Prophet Dawud was renowned for receiving Divine Inspiration which caused him to sing the Psalms or Zabur. 

The heart chakra is associated with the color red and the Prophet Ibrahim, upon him be peace. The expansive heart chakra experiences Divine Love, Peace & Tranquillity.

The throat chakra is associated with "Black Light" and the Divine Messenger & Messiah Isa or Jesus, upon him be peace, who represents the Divine Word or "logos" and the power of speech.

The 3rd eye or pineal gland chakra is associated with "White Light" and the Divine Messenger Musa or Moses, upon him be peace, who saw the Light of Allah, represented by the burning bush.

The crown chakra is the mountain of emeralds, associated with the color green and the Seal of Divine Messengers and Prophets, Sayyidina Muhammad (saws). The crown chakra is where our personal soul (nafs) and spirit (ruh) unite. It is where the transcendent spiritual realm unites with the physical. Green represents this juncture or place of transition and Sayyidina Muhammad (may the peace and blessing of Allah be upon him) leads the way to the summit of Divine Being, as he is the completion and seal of all the Prophets.

Tags: absorption, Chakras, Ethical, Moral, psychological
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