Transpersonal chakra

The Transpersonal chakra is a chakra that many meditation practitioners say is located above the crown chakra. The transpersonal chakra is said[who?] to be located about 4-5 fingers above the head. This chakra is associated with spiritual connection between individuals, as well as connection to one's Higher Self. This lowest located transpersonal chakra is also sometimes referred to as the soul star.[1] [2]

The Transpersonal chakras are seen in Hinduism, in Vajrayana Buddhism, in Daoism and in qi gong, and in New Age thought as several chakras above the head. The transpersonal chakras in Hinduism have Sanskrit names, in Varjayana Buddhism they have Sanskrit and Tibetan names, and in Daoism and in qi gong they have Chinese names. Using the New Age names, the lowest transpersonal chakra (the soul star chakra) is said to be located about 4-5 fingers above the head, the middle transpersonal chakra (the God portal chakra) is said to be located about 12 inches above the head and the highest transpersonal chakra (the grand portal chakra) is said to be located about 18 inches above the head; this highest located transpersonal chakra is called the "grand portal" because it is believed by some mystics, magicians and yogis to provide access for soul travel into other parts of this universe, into alternate universes, to higher planes of existence, to the past or future history of our own timeline or alternate timelines via time travel forward or backward in time, or to other cosmoses.[1][3][4][5][6][7][8][9]

There are five transpersonal chakras above the head beyond the usual seven that are mentioned and named in the esoteric texts of Vajrayana Buddhism.[10]