1:- Manipura Chakra , 2: - Anantha Chakra , 3:- Vishuddha Chakra , 4:- Ajna Chakra , 5:-Sahasrara Chakra
The downward-pointing red triangle is located in a circle surrounded by ten petals. Also called the solar plexus, manipura chakra is the seat of the fire within the body because this is the chakra of the life force Manipura has an upward, consuming movement like flames.
Identification, recognition, immortality, longevity and power are the motivations of a third chakra person. Selfless loyalties to friends and family cease as the person acts only for himself. The presiding deity of this chakra, Braddha Rudra, represents the power of destruction.
All that exists returns to him. He has camphor-blue skin and a silver beard, and sits in his wrathful form on a golden tiger skin symbolic of the tiger of the mind that dwells in the forest of desires, smeared with ashes.
The tiger represents manas, the mind.The energy generated by him is Lakini Shakti, four-armed, three-faced. In one of her four hands she holds the thunderbolt, or vajra. In her second hand, she holds the arrow that is shot
from the bow of Kama, the Lord of Sex, in the second chakra. Her third hand holds fire. With the fourth hand Lakini Shakti forms the mudra (hand gesture) of granting boons and dispelling fear
The heart chakra is the seat of balance within the body. There is no longer any concern with attachments to worldly pleasures, honors or humiliations. Anahata chakra has twelve vermillion petals. The Yantra in the centre of the chakra is composed of two overlapping, intersecting triangles. One triangle, facing upward symbolizes Shiva, the male principle. The other triangle, facing downward, symbolizes Shakti, the female principle. A balance is attained when these two forces are joined in harmony.The seed mantra is Yam and the vital breath is Prana.
The presiding deity is Ishana Rudra Shiva. He has a camphor-blue skin, he is two-armed, wears a tiger skin. He holds the trident in his right hand and a damaru drum in his left. The holy Ganga (river Ganges) flowing from his hairlocks is a cooling and purifying stream of self-knowledge: the knowledge that "I am That". The snakes coiled around his body are the passions, which he has tamed His energy is Kakini Shakti, her skin is rose-colored. Her sari is sky-blue and she is seated upon a pink lotus.In her four hands Kakini Shakti holds the implements necessary for one to attain balance: The sword provides the means to cut through obstacles blocking the upward energy flow. The shield protects the aspirant from external worldly conditions. The skull indicates detachment from a false identification with the body. The trident symbolizes the balance of the three forces of
preservation, creation and destruction.
The Yantra of Vishuddha Chakra is a silver crescent within a white circle shining as a full moon surrounded by sixteen petals.The silver crescent is the symbol of nada, pure cosmic sound. The crescent is symbolic of purity, andpurification is a vital aspect of Vishuddha Chakra.The moon encompasses psychic energy, clairvoyance and communication without words. In the fifth Chakra, all the elements of the lower chakras - earth, water, fire and air - are
refined to their purest essence and dissolve into akasha.The seed mantra is Ham and the vital breath is Udana.The presiding deity is Panchavaktra Shiva.Shakini Shakti is the bestower of all higher knowledge and siddhis (powers).
Ajna chakra is the location of the third eye which is the conscience. The two physical eyes see the past and the present, while the third eye reveals the insight of the future. When one establishes himself in the place between the eyebrows he goes beyond all the kinds of desires that
motivate life and impel one to move in many directions. All experience and ideas serve only to clarify one''s perceptions
in Ajna Chakra. The plane of neutrality (Sarasvati) appears as a balance between solar and lunar energy within the body One now becomes one-pointed; he becomes knower of past, present and future. Ida and Pingala are time-bound; up to the fifth chakra
the yogi also is time bound, but as Ida and Pingala end here, the yogi moves into Sushumna, beyond time.
He is now in a state of nondual consciousness.
Sahasrara, meaning thousand, is the "Lotus of the Thousand Petals" located four finger-breadths above the crown of the head. Also called Brahma-randhra, it is the meeting place of Kundalini Shakti and Shiva. Immortality is achieved within Sahasrara Chakra. Before attaining to this chakra the yogi is unable
to reach the unconscious conscious state called asama-prajnata-samadhi.In this state there is no activity of the mind and no knower, no knowledge, nothing to be known: knowledge, knower, and known all become unified and liberated.When the Kundalini is raised up to Sahasrara chakra, the illusion of individual self is dissolved.The yogi becomes realized, one with the cosmic principles that govern the entire universe within the body.