According to Eastern metaphysical theories and principles of Ayurvedic Indian medicine, there are seven “Chakras” or integrated energy centers that are considered to affect physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
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Chakra Measurement According to Eastern metaphysical theories and principles of Ayurvedic Indian medicine, there are seven “Chakras” or integrated energy centers that are considered to affect physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. These energy “disks” are positioned or embedded into the spinal column at various locations starting at the coccyx and rising to the crown of the head. Each Chakra is considered to resonate at a different frequency level. With new Bio-Well software, it is now possible to quantitatively estimate the energy of chakras and graphically display their level of activation, and indicate whether this level of activation is above or below the level found from large numbers of subjects. The most important in evaluation is Chakras distribution. Ideally, they should be aligned along Sushumna – central line of a spinal cord.
Chakras circles are small and situated far away from the central line. In Chakras evaluation, both position and size are significant. Chakras analysis usually is more related to psychological and spiritual condition of a person then to physical. For example, for the image below we may tell that this person is very well grounded (Chakra N1 is strong and centered), have an active emotional life (heart Chaka N4 is strong), but her spiritual development is very chaotic (upper Chakras N 6 and 7 are small and out of order). Some problems with reproductive system (Chakra N2). Together with Energy Field analysis this type of analysis may give you good evaluation of a person’ condition.