Study of Nadi’s in Tantric Literature and Their Relation to Neurons

The term “nadi” means “stream” in the Rig-veda. The notion “Stream,” which underpins the entire Nadi concept, must be understood. In other words, every energy-flowing conduit is referred to as a Nadi. The artistic side of Tantra has its own set of regulations. It isn’t a custom without regulations, and anything spectacular, exciting, unique, or unconventional is frowned upon. Tantra provides an organised and orderly approach to art based on a knowledge of the universe’s esoteric and spiritual norms.

[1] Because it was generally recognised at the time that these are the major path or tract via which consciousness travels, or because it was not required for them, yogis made the fewest anatomical analogies on this subject. The conducting routes are mentioned by both Tantric and Yogic Gurus, albeit in different ways. They cannot be seen with the naked eye since they are made up of delicate matter, and we are unable to conduct any tests at this level to prove that they are the nerves that we encountered during the dissection of the human body. So while the search for “Nerves” in the physical body is well-defined, those Nadis or Nerves in the astral body remain unknown.

Author(S) Details

K. V. Mini
P G Department of Rachana Sharir, Vaidya Yagya Dutt Sharma Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Khurja, Bulandshahr. U P., India.

H. H. Awasthi
Department of Rachana Sharir, Faculty of Ayurveda, IMS BHU, Varanasi, U. P., India.

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