Harry wrote:1. do we imagine the chakras with our eyes closed or opened?
It depends on the person try both. Personally for some reason I visualize better with eyes open when I have them closed it seems like the darkness overshadows my vision.
But do note since your new your visual prowess might not be good just focus on making it better do your best but it's not about being perfect.
Harry wrote:2. do we imagine the chakras on the spin or on the chest and stomach or on the middle of the body between the back and the front of the body?
The chakras we focus on are the middle chakras in the centerline of your body. There are according to our diagrams 29 major chakras, 6 front, 7 middle, 6 rear(spinal), 6 side chakras. 6+6+7+7 = 25 plus the upper chakras above the head so 29.
I'm not sure if you should be visualizing your body parts(organs) it might create a distraction basically focus on the middle ones and spin them either clockwise or counter-clockwise. Don't forget to align them. Don't rush the spinning of the chakra focus on it for a good moment or two and make it spin nicely. Also try and check if clockwise or counter-clockwise is better it might be a either or situation so check that out over the course of a few days and see which is better.
Harry wrote:3. do we imagine the small pyramid with a square base?
All chakras are pyramids minor and major. Square base and the bindu point towards the pyramid apex. When they spin they seem like circles cause the way you look at them is the base but in reality they spin like cones and when the cone is stopped it looks like a pyramid but when spinning it looks conical cause the lines blur from the sides of the pyramid.
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Why are we memetically assaulted into a lump labelled fascism. Do you, pinko, know what fascism really is