Presented March 9, 2017
Many who encounter the chakra system become perplexed by the varying opinions about the number of chakras, their locations, attributes and functions. Consciousness researcher and clairvoyant Kurt Leland takes us from the 1880s, when the chakras were first described in English by the Theosophical Society, to the 1980s, when the present new-age system of colors and qualities came together—the result of an unintentional collaboration between Eastern gurus and Western scholars and psychologists, including Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell.
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Tags: aura, C. W. Leadbeater, Carl Jung, chakra, Chakra Functions, chakras, Chakras (History), consciousness, Eastern Chakra System, Eastern Gurus, Eastern Philosophy, Esalen Institute, Force Centers, Human Aura, Human Consciousness, joseph campbell, Leadbeater, Madama Blavatsky, Michael Murphy, Nadis, new age, Ramakrishna, Sushumna, Theosophical Society, Theosophy, Western Chakra System