Chakra (Pali: Chakka, Tibetan: khorlo, Malay: cakera) is a term used in traditional Indian culture / religion for places in the assumed etheric double or energy body of man which are considered within that tradition is important for their vitality. Chakra (Sanskrit cakram) means circle or wheel. Physiological or other health effects of chakras in the human body are not scientifically proven, neither the existence of chakras themselves. It is a metaphysical / philosophical concept. There are numerous interpretations and interpretations of the concept of chakras, depending on tradition and cultural differences. Most traditions apply the following seven chakras, from bottom to top (in which a new age and a lot of yoga schools on the individual chakras makes a number of assertions)
First Chakra Muladhara (मूलाधार, Muladhara) Muladhara means root and the root chakra is located just below the coccyx. The Muladhara would make the connection between the body, the earth and the way you move in the world. Each chakra has physical, emotional and spiritual components. On a physical level associated with the first chakra with lower back problems, colon, bones, hips and buttocks. All of these parts belong to the lower part of the body, where also the first chakra is located. These are mostly the solid parts that support and the base, such as the pelvis.
Second chakra Swadhisthana (स्वाधिष्ठान, Svadhisthana) Swadhisthana means sweetness and is situated at the height of the sacrum. Because of this it is also called the sacral chakra. The Swadhisthana (sacral chakra) is connected to the sexual glands, genitals, sacrum, pelvis, uterus, kidney, bladder, circulatory and water management.
Third chakra Manipura (मणिपूर, Manipura) Manipura means shining jewel or filled with precious stones and is situated at the height of the navel. The Manipura (navel chakra) is seen as the main venue for saving energy. It is associated with the pancreas, stomach, gall bladder, liver, spleen, small intestine, stomach cavity and vegetative nervous system. This chakra controls the digestive system, and has a great influence on the operation of the lower body, the stomach, liver and spleen.
Fourth Chakra Anahata (अनाहत, Anahata) Anahata means unharmed or intact and is situated at the height of the heart. The Anahata (heart chakra) connects the lower three chakras of the instincts with the top three chakras of the higher human consciousness. This chakra controls the operation of the heart, the lungs and the breathing. A stable circulation, a strong heart, indicating a healthy heart rhythm and a deep, relaxing breath that the heart chakra is balanced.
Fifth chakra Vishuddha (विशुद्ध, Viśuddha) Vishuddha, also known as Vishuddhi, is situated at the height of the throat. The Vishuddha (throat chakra) forms in the body the sound and speech center. The fifth chakra (also called the throat chakra) the heart center connects with the brow chakra and is considered the mediator between feeling and thinking. This chakra they tune in each instance and ensures that the ratio does not prevail.
Sixth chakra Ajna (आज्ञा, Ajna) Ajna is located on the forehead and is also called the third eye chakra. Ajna (third eye) creates and spiritual center of attention and awareness. An important symbol for the sixth chakra is Shakti Hakini, an androgynous deity, which represents both the male and female aspect (duality is transcended). The Ajna chakra (also called the third eye chakra) is the compound responsible for the spiritual world and opens the gates to intuitive knowledge and refers to a reality that emerges once the dualistic perception of the world is transcended and unwind the mind . Because the brow chakra affects the operation of all endocrine glands, it is essential for health.
Seventh chakra Sahasrara (सहस्रार, sahasrÃ ¢ ra) Sahasrara situated above the hoofd.De Sahasrara (crown chakra) is related to spirituality and enlightenment. The seventh chakra is related to the pursuit of higher states of consciousness. An open seventh chakra causes a feeling of deep peace and harmony, beyond duality. This leads to experiences of total happiness and brings the connection to a reality that is beyond thinking. The energy of this chakra can lead to there that the Mahatma, "the great soul" reached.
Silver has been used for the beginning of our era decorations and cards. Excavations show that already 4000-3500 BC. silver was separated from lead on islands in the Aegean and Anatolia. Silver was often associated with the moon, the sea and various deities. The alchemy was used for silver symbol of a crescent and alchemists called Luna. Metal mercury was thought that it was some kind of silver. In some languages, there is still the name that mercury like quicksilver in English or mercury (meaning alive silver) in older Dutch. Much later turned out to be two completely different elements. The name Silver leads through the Old High German silbar of the Germanic root * seluƀra-. One suspects that it is a loan word that from Asia Minor or even further afield comes here. In Latin it is called Silver argentum, where silver symbol Ag owes. There are at least fourteen languages in which the same word is used for silver and money. Well known examples are the Spanish and French plata argent. Until well into the 20th century coinage of silver and gold, the main payment of humanity. Today we see the use of silver only on commemorative coins and other collector coins and medals. Silver is a widely used material in the applied arts for the production of reliefs, busts, reliquaries, baptismal shells and other liturgical vessels, candlesticks, tobacco and snuff boxes, coffee pots, silverware and other ornamental and utensils. Sterling Silver (alloy with very high silver content) by goldsmiths is widely used for the manufacture of jewelry. Silver bracelets, necklaces and earrings are already known from antiquity. In the 18th century, silver shoe buckles in fashion. A charm bracelet is almost always made of silver. Silver is also used to redeem items made of inferior metals. Silver leaf, consisting of thin slices of silver, is used for decoration, for example in the painting (icons), or gold in the manufacture of leather. A special application of silver leaf is vark (or varakh), India in the popular use to decorate cakes with very thin layers of pure silver. For levels of very high quality silver is suitable because it possesses good light reflecting properties. But usually uses aluminum because it is much cheaper. The good electrical conductivity of silver makes it a very suitable material in electrical and electronic products. In circuits is silver (or silver alloy) used to connect components to each other. For longer connections silver too expensive. As a silver catalyst is used in the industry for example for the production of formaldehyde and ethylene oxide. In dentistry, silver is now no longer used because, while it is relatively easy to make the correct shape, but still has some toxic properties. Because of its disinfectant properties, silver is now also used again to purify drinking water or pure love. Especially for small quantities of water (up to 100 liters) is silver (as silver nitrate), easier to dose and apply than chlorine. In medicine, colloidal silver was once used as an antibiotic, alternative medicine, this happens still. In the laboratory lot of silver nitrate applied as a reagent in chloride provisions, including by precipitation. In addition, the insoluble silver chloride is formed. Silver is used as the silver halides in the photography. Finely atomised silver iodide is used to make rain and to reduce fog around airports. Namely, silver iodide allows for the aggregation of small water droplets which form the cloud. Silver is a metal that is easy to work a little harder than gold and has a white sheen. Silver has the best of all metal electrical conductivity and the lowest contact resistance, better than copper and gold. Gold, by contrast, used more often because it does not corrode. In addition, silver conductive of all metals heat the best and has the highest optical reflectivity (at least as far as the visible light, ultraviolet light reflects the bad). Silver halides are sensitive to light. The metal is stable in pure air and pure water, but when exposed to ozone or hydrogen sulfide discolors it. In the event that silver with sulfur or compounds thereof comes into contact a black layer is formed of silver sulphide.