Hara, translated letter by letter, means "womb." This part of the body can also be called fukubu or onaka. Onaka literally means "noble center"; This is an infantile and popular expression that means "belly". Hara, as well as fukubu and onaka, marks, roughly, the entire region that runs from the stomach to the lower abdomen. Like us, they distinguish the stomach, in Japanese, and the area below the Kikai navel in Japanese. This word, kikai, associated with the term tanden denotes the point about five centimeters below the navel. Tanden alone, means center of gravity that manifests itself in a solid Hara.

Hara, whether taken separately or within already made expressions, has a much broader meaning than our word belly.


In a world full of wars and violence Hara Athari is very needed.


Hara is the origin of the reconnection grids, axiatonal lines and more.


Hara is the origin of fears, wisdom, war and peace.


Hara athari is the seat of the soul, psoas muscle in your body, and runs the energy through your spine, it connects your root up to your head.


The source of your power comes from a hara in peace.


Hara athari defeats your inner ghosts to awaken the peace light of your soul, deeply connect in your higher self.


Deepening in hara athari


For the Japanese, as for us, a person whose belly is full, breathing well, makes us think that nothing is lacking and that, having inner peace is in harmony with itself and with the world. In Japanese there is the expression haratsuzumi "the drum of the belly," an image that evokes a belly in a good tension, as if waiting for it to be drummed, as if it wanted to be heard. Haratsuzumi woutso "touch the belly drum", they use in the sense of leading a happy life. Anyone who studies Chinese knows that the expression kofuku gekijô, translated literally "to hit the belly and trample on the ground", is alluding to the time of the holy emperors Yao and Shun. It was the time of the "satisfied man"; The people lived then in peace, without much concern of the State or any political ideal. Yes, he lived in complete tranquility, as if he had no need for emperors.

For the Japanese, hara implies all that is essential to the condition of man and his way of conceiving life. The Hara is the center of the human body, but the body is much more than a simple bio-physiological object. That is why Hara is also the spiritual center, insofar as the body is the natural envelope of the spirit. That is why the word hara, separately or in an expression, always refers to the condition of man as a whole, to his fundamental form of being, as well as to the specific spiritual qualities on which a just way of being depends, allowing so that this form can be manifested in existence. Let us return to the sense of hara in the aru milestone. He is the "man who has center". Hara no nai milestone expresses the contrary "the man who has no center" "one who easily loses balance (verticality)". On the other hand, the man who has a center is always in perfect balance; Has something calm and generous, a broad human dimension. And that is what is understood in the expression hara no nai milestone. And if we want to emphasize this character trait even more, we will say hara no hiroi milestone, that is, a person of great heart and generous (the opposite of hara no nai milestone). All these expressions refer to the attitude of man in his relationship with others, and to unforeseen events, both in his way of feeling, and in reacting and judging. The man who has found its center, forms a nuanced and serene judgment. He measures his words and knows how to distinguish what is important from what is not. He sees reality as it is and considers it quietly in all its complexity. In Hara no aru milestone accepts reality calmly; Nothing, can frighten you, or disturb your serene availability. This does not mean that his skin is hard or insensitive, but that it is the inner constitution he has forged. This is characterized by great flexibility that allows you to adapt to any situation with the most natural and calm. That is why he will not aru milestone speaks of someone who knows what he has to do in a given situation. Nothing makes you lose control of yourself.