Eight Chakras of Human Body

  • September 29, 2013
  • 262 Downloads
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  • Blender 2.6x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: TechArtStudios
  • License: CC-0
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Description:

“Lasting victories are those of peace, not of war.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson. A BlenderSwap search for ‘war' returns 181 searches with hundreds more to be found. A search for ‘Peace', however, returns little of meaning. Let this blend be a first.

This blend file includes eight, primary chakra symbols on eight layers, all shaded for Cycles. Symbols are layered and centered for easy animation and grouped for easy appends. As this is my first contribution to the Blender community—forever learning—any constructive suggestion are welcome. Thanks, BlendSwap.

Comments:

  • Duion profile picture
    Duion

    What have chakras to do with peace? What about the Sudarshana Chakra, which is the ultimate weapon of god vishnu? ;)

    Written September 30, 2013
  • TechArtStudios profile picture
    TechArtStudios

    Peace is balance. All is Energy. We are energy. Chakras are energetic balancing points. If we balance our internal energy, the outside world reflects our internal balance (Bohr's quantum uncertainty principle). Balance inside and out = Peace. Thank you for new chakra--forever learning. It seems the Sudarshana Chakra consists of three chakras combined @ Wikipedia.com. How do you define the ineffable but through personal experience? Enjoy the blend.

    Edited September 30, 2013
  • piercingsbyjj profile picture
    piercingsbyjj

    Very nice blend. No clue what I'll use them for but I will come up with something. Thanks

    Edited September 30, 2013
  • Yowser profile picture
    Yowser

    From WikiPedia:

    "The word Sudarshana is derived from two Sanskrit words – Su(सु) meaning "good/auspicious" and Darshana (दर्शन) meaning "vision". Hence, the word Sudarshana collectively means "vision of which is auspicious". Sudarshana is generally worshiped during Homas to ward off negative powers or vibrations.[2]

    "The word chakra is derived from the word Chruhu (चृ:) meaning movement and kruhu(कृ:) meaning to do. Hence, chakra collectively means the one which is mobile."

    Duion, as is so often the case, words can have many meanings. Sudarshana and Chakra combined refer to a very powerful weapon of Lord Vishnu. The chakras modeled here have completely different meanings, not associated with weapons or violence..

    Written December 28, 2016