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Chachari-mudra — Chandra



Chachari-mudra

Yogic mudra, associated with the organ of perception – eyes, eyesight. The practice of this mudra involves concentration on external objects in space in front of oneself, and then – transition to shambhava-mudra.

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Chaitanya

supreme consciousness

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Chakra
psychoenergetic center of the body  → Подробнее...
Chakra-bheda

the practice of raising of Kundalini in sushumna and carrying it through the chakras to the Sahasrara area

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Chakravartin
world ruler, the king-world-bearer  → Подробнее...
Chakshu

the “eye” as the organ of vision, the sense of sight; refers to the five cognition organs – jnanendriyas

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Chalisa

“a verse from forty lines”

Chalisa (translated from Hindi "chālīs" means "forty") – a poem of praise or prayer text, comprising 40 parts addressed to a Deity. Chalisas are used for ritual purposes, daily religious rites, as well as a protective mantra – kavacha. The numerical value of the forty parts of the poem is symbolically associated with the Vedas, correlating with the ten mandalas of the Rig Veda and with the four Vedas Samhitas.

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Chamatkara

"a miracle”, “an unusual phenomenon"

A feeling of wonder, subtle delight and wonder experienced spontaneously. It is like a sudden enjoyment of experiencing the beautiful.


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Chamvar Chamvar
The fan made of Tibetan yak’s tail. It is used in pujas and aratis as a sign of respect. In the old days, when royal dynasties were governing, servants used the chamvar for making cool and to brush away insects around royal persons.  → Подробнее...
Chandra

"sparkling", the Moon, one of the Navagrahas: naturally auspicious (सौम्य, saumya) and sattvic in nature. However, it is worth noting that Chandra is truly beneficial only in the bright half of the month (from the 1st to the 15th tithi).

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