Heart chakra

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Heart chakra
Color [[color::Green]]
Rank 4
Petals 12
Gland Heart
Element [[element::Air]]

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Anahata is the fourth primary chakra according to the Indian Tantric tradition (Shakta).


Anahata is positioned at the heart region and it has twelve petals which match the vrittis of lustfulness, fraudulence, indecision, repentance, hope, anxiety, longing, impartiality, arrogance, incompetency, discrimination and defiance.

Anahata is the seat of Jivatman.

Alternative names

  • Tantra: Anahata, Anahata-Puri, Dwadasha, Dwadashadala, H'idayambhoja, Hridabja, Hridambhoja, Hridambuja, Hridaya, Hridaya Kamala, Hridayabja, Hridayambuja, Hridayasarasija, Hrit Padma, Hritpankaja, Hritpankeruha, Hritpatra, Hritsaroruha, Padma-Sundara, Suryasangkhyadala
  • Vedas (late Upanishads): Anahata, Dwadashara Chakra, Fourth Chakra, Hridaya Chakra
  • Puranic: Anahata

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