Ray 114 Chakra System for Immunity Boosting and Healing
Sri Amit Ray tells us the eleven key chakras of our psychic body to enhance our immunity and healing power.
The link between immunity and the 114 chakra system is very deep. The main soldiers of your immune system are the white blood cells. They are the inner-army of your protection. There are eleven specific chakras to boost our immunity.
These eleven immunity chakras are part of the Ray 114 chakra system, as they are revealed to me in deep meditations. The name of these eleven immunity chakras are: Sanjivani chakra, Ayus chakra, Ojash chakra, Vinayak chakra, Vignesh chakra, Madhu chakra, Sudha chakra, Harsha chakra, Dripta chakra and the Urja chakra. They are the key immunity chakras to fight against diseases and viruses. These chakras are separate from the traditional seven chakra system.
I will discuss the eleven key chakras in your body that can strengthen your white blood cells particularly the T-cells, B-Cells and the NK cells to boost your immunity. Immunity is the body’s ability to resist disease by producing specific anti-bodies against specific antigens.
There are 114 chakras in our body, in this article I will discuss the top eleven chakras associated with human immunity and healing. First, I will explain the basics of human immunity and then I will explain the chakras and the immunity.
There are 7 major chakras, 21 minor chakras and 86 micro chakras in human body. Among these, 11 chakras are dedicated for immunity and healing. They respond in a fine-tuned manner to a variety of immune challenges and conditions by creating various chakra micro-environments. Under challenging situations these chakra micro-environments directs the T cells and B cells to undergo major metabolic reprogramming to fight against diseases and viruses. There are many energy healing modalities rooted in this ancient wisdom and practices of chakra balancing, healing and chakra kriyas to boost your immunity.
Chakras are the psychic gateways of information flow. They are the purification and distribution centers in the body. Each chakra connects two or more psychic networks with different transmission protocols together. These psychic gateways (chakras) serve as an entry and exit point for a network. The networks can be a psychic net or physical networks like – nerve plexuses, gut-brain axis, hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal (HPA) axis, and the endocrine glands.
Immune System Basics:
Our immune system is a complex network of chakras, tissues, cells and organs that work together to protect the body from foreign invaders such asand other pathogens. The key players in defending the body are a specific type of that defend us against infections caused by foreign micro-organisms like COVID-19 viruses.
Our immune system keeps a record of every germ or microbe it has ever defeated so that it can recognize and destroy the microbe quickly if it enters the body again. There are three primary types of: , , and . They grow and develop in the , , and . They can also be found in clumps throughout the body, primarily as .
The human immune system consists of the innate and adaptive immune systems. Macrophages, and dendritic cells play a key role in the innate immune system by recognizing and removing bacteria at an early stages. The macrophage is a large white blood cell that is an integral part of our immune system. Its job is to locate microscopic foreign bodies and ‘eat’ them. The innate immune system acts rapidly as the first line of defense. However, when this system is unable to destroy the pathogens completely, the adaptive immune system is activated.
The key primary organs of the adaptive immune system are the thymus and bone marrow, and secondary parts of the immune system are the tissues in the areas of spleen, tonsils, lymph vessels, lymph nodes, adenoids, liver and skin.
T Cells and B Cells:
T cells and B cells performs the main functions in the adaptive immune system to remove pathogens. Both T cells and B cells are produced in the bone marrow. T-cells mature in the thymus gland or in the lymph nodes. This is the reason they are called T cells. B cells are produced and mature in the bone marrow, that’s why they are called B cells. There are two types of T-cells in your body: Helper T-cells and Killer T-cells. Killer T-cells do the work of destroying the infected cells. The Helper T-cells coordinate the attack. The T-cells themselves do not secrete antibodies but help B cells produce them.
B-cells fight bacteria and viruses by making Y-shaped proteins called antibodies, which are specific to each pathogen and are able to lock onto the surface of an invading cell and mark it for destruction by other immune cells.
Three Lines of Immunity Defenses:
The three lines of immunity defenses are: physical barriers, inflammatory response and the adaptive immune response.
First Line of Defense: Physical barriers
Mechanical barriers using skin, mucous membranes, body secretions, saliva, sweat, tears, gastric juices, bile, mucus, and the lymphoid tissue
2. Second Line of Defense: Inflammatory response
Signs and symptoms include:
Localized redness, heat, swelling, pain, and impaired function of the body part
Systemic effects of inflammation:
Fever, malaise, leukocytes, an increase in the number of circulating white blood cells, lymph node enlargement, nausea, vomiting
3. Third Line of Defense: Immune response
Antibodies (immunoglobulins) are produced in response to the presence of foreign proteins (antigens), not usually present in the body, for example – pathogens.
The Seven Key Steps of Immune Response
- Step 1: Pathogen has penetrated the skin.
- Step 2: Bacteria grows and multiplies in host cell.
- Step 3: Macrophages eat and kill bacteria, causes inflammation.
- Step 4: Calls for other white blood cells for help.
- Step 5: Helper T cells are then activated and multiply, some go and fight, some make memory helper T cells, and some activate B cells.
- Step 6: B cells make antibodies that attach to pathogens and make memory B cells.
- Step 7: Antibodies allow your macrophages and killer T cells to easily destroy pathogens
Chakar Healing and the Immune System
It is vital to know that each chakra not only function on its own, but a part of a dynamic interconnected series of energy centers forming the various hierarchical subtle energy systems. Knowing what chakra healing means involves not only understanding how each individual chakra functions, but also how they interact with each other.
Different quality of energies and frequencies are associated with each chakra. For balance and equilibrium of each chakra appropriate intensity or level of energy is required. The frequency and the rotational direction of each chakra (clockwise or counterclockwise) should be perfect. Similarly, the flow of information (inward or out ward) depending on the dynamic changes in the environment should be optimum.
Key Chakras to Enhance Immunity
Sanjivani chakra, Ayus chakra, Ojash chakra, Vinayak chakra, Vignesh chakra, Madhu chakra, Sudha chakra, Harsha chakra, Dripta chakra and the Urja chakra are the key chakras for immunity enhancement. They recycles the old red blood cells and stores platelets (components of the blood that help stop bleeding) and white blood cells.
T Cell Chakras:
Among these eleven chakras, Sanjivani chakra, Ayus chakra, Ojash chakra, Madhu chakra, Sudha chakra are known as T Cell enhancement chakra. These chakras work together to filter the blood from antigenic particles and from abnormal and aged cells. Walking in garden for 10 to 15 minutes in the sunshine can increase your vitamin D levels which are important for optimal immune function. Sunshine can also elevate your mood, reduce stress, and reduce depression and anxiety. Breathing the fresh air helps to clear your lungs. There are many chakra specific, foods, exercises and meditations to improve T Cell immunity.
B Cell Chakras:
The Vinayak chakra, Vignesh chakra, Harsha chakra, Dripta chakra, Urja chakra and the Atharva chakra are B Cell enhancement chakra. Regular movement and yoga exercises, breathing exercises are particularly important for a healthy immune system. It improves your bone marrow, lung function, cardiovascular health, mood, and energy levels while reducing inflammation and building strength and muscle. Make sure to do yoga exercises 15-20 minutes a day. There are variety of chakra specific, foods, exercises and meditations to improve B Cell immunity.
In this article, we discussed more about the immune system, related chakra system and the importance of supporting a balanced immune response. These chakras are supported by the ancient oral traditions of chakar and ayurveda, they are powerful highly supportive for your body’s overall wellness. Your immune system is absolutely essential for your health and survival.
There are many chakra specific special foods, exercises and meditations techniques available to improve T Cell and B Cell immunity. Unhealthy lifestyle choices, including an inflammatory diet, lack of exercise, smoking, inadequate sleep, chronic stress, and improper hygiene can also compromise your immunity and make you more prone to disease. As we are facing the COVID-19 pandemic, enhancement of the chakra system is must to improve immunity.