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Term: Brow Chakra
A term for the Ajna Chakra based upon its location. See Ajna.
Also known as Ajna in Sanskrit. The sixth psychic center, the "third eye" chakra, located at the brow. Associated with the color indigo, the Moon, the Sephiroth Chokmah & Binah. The primary means for clairvoyance and other psychic faculties.
Brow Chakra (Ajna) Correspondences
Alchemical Planet: Moon
Alchemical Element: Silver
Basic Drive: transcendence
Tattva: Manas (Mind)
Tattva Sense: Mind
Tattva Form: Winged globe
Tattva Color: Half, rose with yellow;
Chakra Color: Indigo Half, with purplish blue
Body Function: sight, consciousness
Element: Light, Mind
Gemstone: Quartz, Lapis lazuli
Goddess-form: Egyptian: Isis
Hindu: Hakini 2
God-form: Greek: Apollo
Incense: Saffron, mugwort
Order of chakra unfoldment: 6th
Part of Body: Eyes
Sense: Mind, awareness
Yogic Planet: Moon
Psychic Power: clairvoyance, pre-cognition, remote viewing, aura reading
Seed Syllable/Number: AuM (0)
Psychological Attribute: Logical thinking
Spinal Joint: 32nd
Spinal Location: 1st Cervical
Tarot Key: II, High Priestess
Tree of Life Sephirah: Chokmah & Binah
1 Male & female in union
source: The Llewellyn Complete Book of Psychic Empowerment, by Carl Llewellyn Weschcke & Joe H. Slate, Ph.D. (Llewellyn Publications) - Carl Llewellyn Weschcke
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