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sahasara

Paranormal
The Hindu term for the seventh primary or crown chakra, which is located at the top of the head and symbolises detachment from illusion.
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Here, in the sahasrara chakra, all polarities are resolved into the primordial source (mahabindu).
Major chakras are Visuddha, Muladhara, Svadishthana, Sahasrara, Manipura, Anahata, and Ajna.
The awakening of kundalinT facilitates the concurrent purification of the six primary cakras and the piercing (vedha) of the three granthis (knots) over many years of dedicated practice, until the door of the upper central channel opens for prana to ascend into the mahamarga (great path) between the ajna and the sahasrara cakras (HYP 3:2).
Whereas the ajna seems to retain at least the mystic sense of a psychic separation between the self and God, in the sahasrara there is no other, no God or self, only a nonduality of union.
The sixth chakra, Ajna and seventh, Sahasrara, are located at the pineal and pituitary glands (the brow and crown of the head).
In this sense, Human beings are transitional beings and at present are heading for Sahasrara chakra, what accomplished yogis have termed the highest chakra, at the crown of the head.
For the seventh chakra, the Sahasrara, or thousand-spoked chakra, which is located above the crown of the head and is associated with the color violet or white, energy, spirit and higher consciousness, the company has introduced White Lotus, A Tea for Meditation and Wisdom.