……….Yogi: Shri Mataji, could you please tell us more about Hamsa Chakra?
Shri Mataji: Hamsa Chakra? Hamsa Chakra is placed here [BETWEEN EYEBROWS] where some of the nerves which are coming from Ida and Pingala cross over, and is a part of Vishuddhi Chakra. Plus the connection with Vishuddhi and Agnya: as you must have read in the Devi Mahatmyam that Shri Krishna is the Father of Christ, so the connection between the two is maintained here. And this is very important, Hamsa Chakra is, that if your Hamsa Chakra is not all right, your discretion is very poor.
This chakra will get easily dried out. Like if you eat very dried food, you see. Say, sometimes you also offer me some dried food, and I have to tell you that not to give too dry food. You must eat it with some sauce or some liquid thing, because if you eat very dry food also this becomes very dry. And it’s very important because if this portion becomes dry, you can put some oil or ghee into it to make it all right. But from here starts the drying of the peritoneum and the lining. If the peritoneum gets dried up, the whole body gets dried up. It can be anywhere; in the lung if it is dried up it can cause you lung cancer. As even the peritoneum can be in a cancer state. So one has to be very careful not to take something very dry, all the time dry food and dry things. Moreover, not to put anything to make this a lubricant – some sort of a lubricant should be there so there’s no problem on this chakra. Because first of all it loses your discretion, you don’t understand things, you don’t know what to do. You mean it, you mean good, but you don’t do. When you achieve something, it’s something not so good. The reason is, your discretion is poor. For that this must not be made dry.
I have told many a times to put some ghee every day. Get a little bottle of ghee, keep it with you with a little dropper. You can put it in the hot water, you can heat it up every day, and take two drops in the nose in the night and in the morning time. It doesn’t take much, but it should be done. It’s for your good. That’s the only ritual I think we follow, do we – have we any other ritual? We don’t even make a cross!…..
(Source-An Extract of Talk of H H Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi ,Seminar in Sydney 6th May 1987.)
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