| Mooladhara Chakra|
|[1.1] Introduction to Mooladhara Chakra and Form|
|[1.2] Sound Meditation of Mooladhara Chakra|
|[1.3] Techniques & Effects Of Meditation|
|[1.4] Behavioral Characteristics of Mooladhara Chakra|
|[1.5] Yes, I would like to experience Mooladhara Yoga Meditation|
|[1.6] More about Mooladhara Chakra|
|[1.7] Mooladhara chakra from other traditions and other names of Mooladhara Chakra|
When compared to the other important Tantric system of Vajrayana in Tibet, the Mooladhara Chakra finds no parallel in the same place, unlike the other 6 chakras. Instead, the Tibetan system positions 2 chakras on the sexual organ, the jewel wheel in the middle, near the tip, and the tip of the sexual organ itself. These chakras are extremely important for the generation of great bliss, and play an important role in Highest tantra sexual practices. In the Tibetan system, the red drop, called the red bodhicitta, is not located here, but instead at the navel wheel.
In the Sufi system of Lataif, there are 2 'lower' Lataif. One is the nafs, which is just below the navel. The nafs incorporates all the elements of man's 'lower self'. The other similar lataif is called the qalab, or mould, which appears in 7 lataif systems, and corresponds to the physical body, but this is sometimes located at the top of the head Qalab is usually further divided into the 4 elements.
In the Kabbalah, the lowest Sephiroth is known as Malkuth, and performs the same transcendental role as the basis of physical nature. It is associated with the sexual organ, in close contact with Yesod.