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where did chakra originate?

(i’ve even heard it originated in Buddhism)
what other religions use chakra ex Christianity

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  1. im so tempted to say Naruto right now…
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    The earliest known mention of chakras is found in the later Upanishads, including specifically the Brahma Upanishad and the Yogatattva Upanishad. These vedic models were adapted in Tibetan Buddhism as Vajrayana theory, and in the Tantric Shakta theory of chakras. It is the shakta theory of 7 main chakras that most people in the West adhere to, either knowingly or unknowingly, largely thanks to a translation of two indian texts, the Sat-Cakra-Nirupana, and the Padaka-Pancaka, by Sir John Woodroffe, alias Arthur Av …
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    well gee, i’m gone for 2 minutes to get your answer and i get a thumbs down…geesh

  2. It is a symbol of the sun. All pagan religions go back to Babylonian sun worshiping. Eventually it became the symbols of Aryans; swastika is also derived from the same and represents the rays of the sun.

  3. The word chakra means wheel in Sanskrit. Chakras are energy centers in the human body. They look like spinning wheels of light to the clairvoyant. They exist regardless of your belief system.
    Moving energy through them is done by yogis and various medical practitioners who adhere to eastern philosophy.

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