The contents of this webpage are taken from the book How to Increase Life Force and to Fight Cancer, by Ven.
Ajarn was raised as a monk from childhood, he went to India and was the first Thailand monk to received a doctorate in Bhuddist studies from India.
To perform this meditation you will chant sounds and visualize moving colors under your palm while placing a hand over each chakra location. Visuddha: Continue with your opposite hand, place it over your throat, mentally imagine a spiraling sky blue cloud penetrating the front of your body, going through it and exiting in the back. Anahata: Continue with your opposite hand, place it over your heart, mentally imagine a spiraling green cloud penetrating the front of your body, going through it and exiting in the back.


Svadhisthana: Continue with your opposite hand, place it a bit below your navel, mentally imagine a spiraling orange cloud penetrating the front of your body, going through it and exiting in the back.
Muladhara: Continue with your opposite hand, place it over your private parts, mentally imagine a spiraling red cloud penetrating the front of your body, going through it and exiting in the back. The junctions of Nadis with Sushumna Nadi are known as Chakras, subtle centers of vital energy. Chakras are in the Linga Sarira (Astral Body), and cannot be seen by eyes, one can feel and understand the Chakras during concentration and meditation only. These chanted sounds and visualizations activate your body's natural energy centers and revitalize your non-physical bodies.


He returned to Thailand, disrobed and taught at Chiang Mai University as a layman for over 20 years. Mentally imagine a spiraling Indigo cloud penetrating from the in front of your forehead, going through your brain and exiting out the back of your head.



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