| Anahata Chakra|
|[4.1] Introduction to Anahata Chakra and Form|
|[4.2] Sound Meditation of Anahata Chakra|
|[4.3] Techniques & Effects Of Meditation|
|[4.4] Behavioral Characteristics of Anahata Chakra|
|[4.5] Yes, I would like to experience Anahata Yoga Meditation|
|[4.6] More about Anahata Chakra|
|[4.7] Anahata chakra from other traditions and other names of Anahata Chakra|
The five mouth positions are areas where the tip of the tongue is placed prior to making the given sound. The tongue is then moved backwards or forward depending on the position. It is important that the proper positions are used for each of the sounds as indicated. Tongue position is one of the elements that makes Sanskrit such a powerful and universal language for chanting. Each sound has it’s own unique tone.
The key to learning the mouth positions is practice. We have included an area to practice writing each of the sounds. As you write the letters pronounce them aloud, this will assist you in your learning. You will quickly develop a recognition of the letter to the sound.
Yang, the seed sound of air element is produced with the tongue resting in the air within the mouth after touching the palate. When this sound is produced properly the spiritual hear vibrates and any blocks in the cardiac region are opened. This bija mantra gives one control over air, prana and breath. It aids automatic uspension of breath over long time ( Kevala kumbhaka). YANG is a radiant gold color and is the sound form of the deity Vayu, the lord of the air who has 4 arms.
The seed sound of the 12 petals is
The anahata sound or shabad brahama is produced here in this chakra.