Crown chakra is considered the seventh primary chakra, according to most tantric yoga traditions. The Sahasrara is described as a lotus flower with 1,000 petals of different colors. These petals are arranged in 20 layers, each layer with approximately 50 petals. The pericarp is golden and within it, a circular moon region is inscribed with a luminous triangle, which can be either upward- or downward-pointing.
The word Kalachakra refers to the wheel of time or time cycle in Buddhism. And, Tantra is considered to belong to a magnificent yoga class. The origin of this tradition was first in India and then it is most active in Tibet.
This Tradition teaches on Cosmology, Theology, sociology, myth, prophecy, medicine, and yoga. These teachings are to signify the transformation of one body and mind into perfect Buddhahood through various yogic methods. The Kalachakra .
The Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning wheel or a circle. It is the center of the energy, the focal point from where energy flows. It is believed to be the life force or prana that constantly moves inside us.
The earliest appearance of the Chakra is found in Vedic literature, in the Hindu scripture. Not to get confused with energy centers, it first appeared as Chakravartin or the king who "turns the wheel of .
Tara is actually the perfection of wisdom, and she is the mother of all the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Shravakas, and Pratyeka Buddhas. This wisdom is actually beyond any forms or signs or descriptions. But out of great compassion, in order to help sentient beings, she appears in a physical form that is the Tara. The word Tara means “Saviour” or “One Who Saves”.
Why Tara is called as the female Buddha?
There are male and female Buddhas .
“Buddha” is a Sanskrit word that means “fully awakened.” It refers not only to Shakyamuni, or Gautama, the
founder of the teachings that came to be known as Buddhism.
A powerful way to discover our own buddha-nature is to open ourselves to the external Buddha. With continual
practice, our ordinary self-image gradually falls away and We learn instead to identify with our innate wisdom and compassion: our own Buddhahood.
Before starting the meditation place the Thangka/painting of Shakyamuni .