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Chakra Torture Instruments
The Chakras, in Hindu teaching, are the seven centres of the life force or vital energy. Chakras correspond to vital points within the body. They all have diagrammatical depictions.
For the purposes of a related explanation, this is a brief synopsis of their relevant pre-occupations.
Sahasrara, or the 1,000 petal lotus, is the Chakra of pure consciousness.
Ajna, or the third eye Chakra, is associated with the pineal gland – which produces the hormone melatonin and regulates sleep.
Vishudda relates to the thyroid and is said to consider communication and growth through expression.
Anahata relates to the thymus, which is an element of the immune system within your chest. The main issues relating to this Chakra involve complex emotions like compassion, tenderness, unconditional love and general well being.
Manipura relates to metabolic rates and digestive systems.
Swadhisthana, or the Sacral Chakra, is considered to relate to the reproductive organs and cycle.
Muladhara relates to instinct, security and survival. It links to the sense of smell, and you can imagine bad things being done if this Chakra was tortured.
We will leave Elliot Carver to provide a clearer explanation of the process.
“Mr Stamper is a protégée of the late Dr Kaufman, who was schooling him in the ancient art of Chakra Torture.
“According to Eastern philosophy the body has seven Chakra Points. Energy Centres, like the heart or genitals.
“The purpose of these elements is to probe those organs - Inflicting the maximum amount of pain while keeping the victim alive for as long as possible.
Ominously, Carver passes one rather nasty looking tool to Stamper before saying, “When you remove Mr Bond’s heart there should just be enough time for him to watch it stop beating”.