What could cause prana flow issues from manipura to anahata?
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What could cause (suspected) Prana flow issues from manipura to anahata?
Posted Sat, 22 Mar 2014 in Ayurveda
Answered by Dr. Munish Sood 6 days later
Brief Answer: The Chakras Detailed Answer: Dear XXXX Thanks for contacting Ayurveda with your questionnaire and I would like to restrict myself mainly to Ayurveda Description with minimum co relation with modern aspect 1. since Anahata Chakra [cardiac plexus] is related with Thymus gland and heart which are concerned with 'Immune system'/ and blood circulation but in Ayurveda 'Ojas' is the foundation of our Immunity heart is considered to be the seat of 'Ojas' and Manipura Chakra [solar plexus] is related with 'metabolic and digestive system/and in Ayurveda 'Tejas' helps to properly nourish the physical digestion' thus the above query can be explained on the terms of: Prana XXXXXXX and XXXXXXX [which unite body, mind and spirit] i.e Prana [vital force/vata], XXXXXXX [pitta] and XXXXXXX (kapha) or in simple terms Vata is the more unstable form of prana, pitta is the more reactive form of XXXXXXX and kapha is the more inert form of XXXXXXX thus 1. when physical, mental and spiritual process are at their peak Vata,Pitta,Kapha are produced from Prana XXXXXXX and XXXXXXX in quantities just sufficient to perform necessary bodily functions. 2. We obtain Prana from the atmosphere and from our food PS. Modern research shows that substances called volatile fatty acids are absorbed from the colon into the circulation and can act as a significant energy source for the system, these volatile fatty acids, like oxygen, are carriers of Prana. [prana flow issues] e.g. i. HEALTH of our lungs and colon determines how much Prana we can absorb ii. if anahata chakra is diseased/weak: person is prone to cardiac problems [high blood pressure] and respiratory problems [asthma] iii. if manipura chakra is diseased/weak: person might have liver dysfunction, digestive problems For healthy understanding one has to go in depths of Kundalini Yoga Dr. Munish Sood Consultant & Physician Naimittika