Introduction to Energetic Pathways in the Body

ENERGETIC PATHWAY: The Intangible MIND & our Physical FORM

Energetic Pathways is explained in Sanskrit by the word Nadi. Nadi’s run through the body passing through energetic centers, also known as Chakras. 

Nadi is directly translated into channel or river and is the site where these two forces of our nature are connected. These sites of our Subtle Body are the points of interest for spiritual practitioners and energy healers.

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The intangible mind is all that we haven’t yet been able to tap into, and is more eloquently stated as our Spirit. This intangible mind are the things we know without even a clue or memory to the when our how we learned them.

  • Intuition

  • Clairvoyance

  • Dreams that come true

  • All the information that comes to you from your higher self

  • That part of you that is connected to all matter in the Universe

The Physical Form is the meat we walk around in, our skin and bones, that which is bound by gravity and bodily functions.

Ida Nadi- starts at the base of the spine and moves its way along the central spine until the left nostril. This energetic river or channel corresponds with our intuitive and creative parts to our being. It is the right hemisphere of the brain but the left side of the body. Feminine and Lunar.

Pingali Nadi- starts at the base of the spine and moves its way along the central spine until the right nostril. It is masculine and solar channel associated with the logical, problem solving and reasoning parts to our being. It is the left hemisphere of the brain but the right side of the body and refers to action. Pingali refers to acting, being, doing, and acquiring.

 

Shushumna Nadi- The central nadi that begins at the base of the spine and ends at the base of the brain. Both the Ida and Pingala wind around this central channel. Shushumna is the origin of all of the chakras and the idea that spiritual illumination, or enlightenment is possible comes from energizing the Shushumna upwards to the crown chakra thereby creating Samadhi.

Chakra, another Sanskrit word, literally means WHEEL. The seven chakra model are at the exact locations along the spine and central nervous system where all three nadis intersect. (Ida, Pingali, and Shushumna)

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