11 Major Power Centers
on the Tree of Life
By Master Stephen Co



Chakra is a Sanskrit word for “wheel”. Just like our physical body has organs, our energetic anatomy has  energy “organs” that clairvoyantly look like spinning wheels. According to highly-trained clairvoyants, there are 11 Major Chakras and hundreds of minor ones. The popular 7 chakra model is good for beginners on the spiritual and healing path. However, to be able to properly access specific organs and heal severe ailments, an accomplished healer works through 11 Major chakras. Those chakras also directly correspond with the 11 Sepiroth on the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. In addition, each verse of the “Lord’s Prayer” directly activates each of the 11 Major chakras.

The Crown chakra (Keter) is located at the top of the skull, energizing and controlling the brain and the pineal gland. It is also the major entryway for Divine or Soul Energy.

The Forehead chakra (Chokmah) is located in the center of the forehead, close to the hairline. It energizes and controls the nervous system and memory. This one is often affected on Alz-heimer patients and Autistic children.

The Ajna chakra (Binah) is located between the eyebrows and controls the pituitary gland and endocrine system. The ajna is also often mistakenly called the “third eye”, the forehead is actually the real third eye, but since many insist on the existence of just seven chakras, the ajna is usually pinned as the “spiritual eye” or “third eye.” Cancer and AIDS patients usually have very weak ajna chakras.

The Throat chakra (Daath) is located at the Adam’s apple and controls the throat, trachea, larynx, esophagus, thyroid gland and lymphatic system. The throat chakra is also connected to the sex chakra, as it is the upper center of creativity, while the sex chakra is the lower center of creativity.

The Heart chakra (Chesed) is in the center of the chest and has two aspects: a front and a back heart chakra. The front heart chakra is located directly on the sternum or breastbone. The heart chakra controls the heart, lungs and thymus gland. The heart chakra is also the gateway to our Higher Astral Body. It is the center of love and compassion.

The Spleen chakra (Netzach) also has both a front and back aspect. The front spleen chakra is located near the left lowermost rib, or what is called the floating rib. This chakra is important because it draws in prana, assimilates it, and distributes it to the other chakras. Healers/health professionals usually get drained by their patients through the spleen chakra. This chakra is often blocked in depressed patients.

The Meng Mein chakra (Hod), or “gate of life”, is located on the back between the kidneys directly opposite the navel chakra. This acts as a pumping station for energy from the basic/root chakra. It affects the kidneys, adrenal glands and upper urinary tract, and directly controls the blood pressure.

The Solar Plexus chakra (Gevurah), like the heart and spleen chakras, has a front and back aspect. The front solar plexus chakra is located in the soft area just below the sternum or breastbone and controls the stomach, pancreas, intestines and diaphragm. The solar plexus chakra  is the seat of lower emotions. This chakra is easily agitated by negative emotions so it constantly has to be cleansed and normalized to prevent a person from having a chaotic life.

The Navel chakra (Tipareth) is located at the belly button area. It controls the large and small intestines and affects the birth process. Below it is our energy reservoir called the “dantien”.

The Sex chakra (Yesod) is located on the pubic bone. The sex chakra energizes the legs, sex organs and also the brain. Working on the sex chakra is critical in healing autistic children, Alzheimer patients and other brain and nervous system-related problems.

The Basic chakra (Malkuth) is located at the base of the spine, at the tailbone or coccyx. The basic chakra controls the bones, the muscles, the soft tissue and blood production, as well as the adrenal glands. This critical chakra is also directly related to one’s ability to make money and be successful. Without a strong basic chakra, spiritual practitioners have a tendency to “space out” and not accomplish success in their life both materially and spiritually.

GrandMaster Choa Kok Sui’s PRANIC HEALING workshops facilitated by Master Stephen Co, give you principles and step-by-step techniques to fully activate the potential of the chakras for healing, improving relationships and accelerating our spiritual evolution.

This is an excerpt from the book “YOUR HANDS CAN HEAL YOU” written by Master Stephen Co and Dr. Eric Robins, and published by Simon and Schuster Inc.

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