Where is the secret chakra and what is it called? Not Mulahdara or Svadistana or Sahasrara Padma…everybody knows those.
Logic is blindness
Life Forces. Read Patanjali more.
Sudarshan Chakra? -The weapon-wheel used by Lord Krishna.
bhaktyä yukto yoga-balena caiva
bhruvor madhye präëam äveçya samyak
sa taà paraà puruñam upaiti divyam
prayäëa-käle—at the time of death; manasä—by the mind; acalena—without its being deviated; bhaktyä—in full devotion; yuktaù—engaged; yoga—balena—by the power of mystic yoga; ca—also; eva—certainly; bhruvoù—the two eyebrows; madhye—between; präëam—the life air; äveçya—establishing; samyak—completely; saù—he; tam—that; param—transcendental; puruñam—Personality of Godhead; upaiti—achieves; divyam—in the spiritual kingdom.
One who, at the time of death, fixes his life air between the eyebrows and, by the strength of yoga, with an undeviating mind, engages himself in remembering the Supreme Lord in full devotion, will certainly attain to the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
In this verse it is clearly stated that at the time of death the mind must be fixed in devotion to the Supreme Personality of Godhead. For those practiced in yoga, it is recommended that they raise the life force between the eyebrows (to the äjnä-cakra). The practice of sat-cakra-yoga, involving meditation on the six cakras, is suggested here. A pure devotee does not practice such yoga, but because he is always engaged in Krishna consciousness, at death he can remember the Supreme Personality of Godhead by His grace. This is explained in verse fourteen.
The particular use of the word yoga-balena is significant in this verse because without practice of yoga—whether ñaö-cakra-yoga or bhakti-yoga—one cannot come to this transcendental state of being at the time of death. One cannot suddenly remember the Supreme Lord at death; one must have practiced some yoga system, especially the system of bhakti-yoga. Since one’s mind at death is very disturbed, one should practice transcendence through yoga during one’s life.
yad akñaraà veda-vido vadanti
viçanti yad yatayo véta-rägäù
yad icchanto brahmacaryaà caranti
tat te padaà saìgraheëa pravakñye
yat—that which; akñaram—syllable oà; veda-vidaù—persons conversant with the Vedas; vadanti—say; viçanti—enter; yat—in which; yatayaù—great sages; véta-rägäù—in the renounced order of life; yat—that which; icchantaù—desiring; brahmacaryam—celibacy; caranti—practice; tat—that; te—unto you; padam—situation; saìgrahera—in summary; pravakñye—I shall explain.
Persons who are learned in the Vedas, who utter omkära and who are great sages in the renounced order enter into Brahman. Desiring such perfection, one practices celibacy. I shall now briefly explain to you this process by which one may attain salvation.
Lord Sri Krishna has recommended to Arjuna the practice of sat-cakra-yoga, in which one places the air of life between the eyebrows. Taking it for granted that Arjuna might not know how to practice sat-cakra-yoga, the Lord explains the process in the following verses. The Lord says that Brahman, although one without a second, has various manifestations and features. Especially for the impersonalists, the aksara, or omkara—the syllable om—is identical with Brahman. Krishna here explains the impersonal Brahman, into which the renounced order of sages enter.
In the Vedic system of knowledge, students, from the very beginning, are taught to vibrate OM and learn of the ultimate impersonal Brahman by living with the spiritual master in complete celibacy. In this way they realize two of Brahman’s features. This practice is very essential for the student’s advancement in spiritual life, but at the moment such brahmacari (unmarried celibate) life is not at all possible. The social construction of the world has changed so much that there is no possibility of one’s practicing celibacy from the beginning of student life. Throughout the world there are many institutions for different departments of knowledge, but there is no recognized institution where students can be educated in the brahmacari principles. Unless one practices celibacy, advancement in spiritual life is very difficult. Therefore Lord Caitanya has announced, according to the scriptural injunctions for this Age of Kali, that in this age no process of realizing the Supreme is possible except the chanting of the holy names of Lord Kåñëa: Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare/ Hare Räma, Hare Räma, Räma Räma, Hare Hare.
Well, if anyone knows about it, it’s not secret is it? The body seems pretty well served for chakras. Is there space for any more than there already are? Which parts of the body are far enough away from an existing chakra? I’d say “no”!