Our Souls are made up of 7 Chakras. These energy centres are the foundation of our being and are responsible for our Thoughts, Emotions, and Behavior. When we work on ourselves from the perspective of these energy centres, we can improve our overall health, happiness, and well-being. But how do you know if you’re working on yourself from your chakras?
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The 7 Chakras Everything is Energy?
Energy is the force that runs through everything on the planet and in this magnificent Universe. Often referred to as Prana or Life Force Energy.
This Energy permeates everything in our known Universe in fact we are all Energetic beings vibrating at various frequencies.
In this age of personal empowerment, awakening, and spiritual revolution, an understanding of how we can access this energy has never been more important.
Your personal connection to these powerful sources of energy can be an incredible tool for your healing and growth, allowing you to tackle challenges with a creative and spiritual power that will allow you to live a fuller, more balanced life.
In this article, we will look at the 7 Chakras – their role in your life and how you can use them for greater well-being and a deeper connection to your Higher Self and Universal Consciousness. 💫
What are the chakras?
Chakras are the energy centres in our bodies. They are important for our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
There are seven major chakras in our body. The first chakra is at the base of the spine and it controls your survival instincts, security, comfort and belongingness.
The second chakra is at the sacral plexus and controls your creativity, sexuality, pleasure, procreation and self-esteem.
The third chakra is at the solar plexus and controls your power and ego.
The fourth chakra is at the heart or heart chakra or Anahata or heart centre. It controls unconditional love, compassion and empathy.
The fifth chakra is at the throat or throat centre, the throat chakra. It controls the expression and communication of ideas to others.
The sixth chakra is at the third eye or brow centre or brow chakra. It controls your intuition, clairvoyance and psychic abilities like clairaudience (hearing from beyond) and clairsentience (feeling from beyond).
The seventh chakra is at the crown of the head top of the head or crown chakra. It represents pure consciousness and spirituality.
The seven main Chakras are:
Muladhara (Root) Colour red – base of the spine, centre of gravity, connected to Earth element
Svadhisthana (Sacral) Colour orange – below the navel, water element
Manipura (Solar Plexus) Colour yellow – behind belly button, fire element
Anahata (Heart) Colour green – heart area, air element
Vishuddha (Throat) Colour blue – throat area, sound/communication element
Ajna (Third Eye) Colour purple/Indigo – between eyebrows on the forehead, mind/intellect
Sahasrara (Crown) Colour white – top of head, spirit connection. What do the chakras relate to?
What do the Chakras relate to?
The word “chakra” is derived from the Sanskrit word for wheel or disc. The chakras are the seven energy centres that run aligned along the spine and open out into the physical body. They are our gateway to awareness, perception, and self-healing.
The seven chakras are structured around a central axis, like a wheel. Each chakra coincides with a specific area of the body and has its own frequency that resonates with certain physical, mental, emotional and spiritual qualities.
The whole chakra system runs on an energetic system within us called Prana.
Prana is the Life Force Energy that animates the physical body and keeps us alive. It is a vital energy that flows through all living things in the universe.
Each of the seven chakras corresponds to a different colour and sound vibration: red (root), orange (sacral), yellow (solar plexus), green (heart), blue (throat), indigo/violet (third eye) and white (crown).
Within each chakra, there is also a number of smaller “sub-chakras” which relate to different aspects of ourselves and our experience of life. They are often depicted as petals or leaves on a flower
How can we harness the power of the Chakras?
The first thing you should do is learn about the seven chakras. The next step is to clear any blocked chakras that you might have. To do this, try grounding your energy by eating a healthy diet a plant-based high vibrational diet is ideal.
Getting exercise is a great way to encourage the flow of energy around the human body and drink plenty of “pure” water and enjoy a healthy sleep routine.
Once your body is ready for this exercise, try a meditation technique like visualization or affirmations. You can also try kundalini yoga or tai chi to get your chi flowing smoothly through your seven energy centres.
In order to encourage balance in your life,
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Crystals and Chakras
There are several methods for unblocking and balancing our chakras including yoga asanas (postures), meditation and pranayama (breath control). However, there are also several crystals that can help us achieve this goal. These include amethyst, bloodstone, carnelian, hematite, jade and tiger’s eye.
It is believed that each of these crystals has its own healing properties when placed on or near the appropriate chakra point. For example:
Amethyst is believed to promote spiritual awareness and understanding;
Bloodstone is said to help us release pent up emotions;
Carnelian is good for stimulating desires;
Hematite helps us embrace change;
Jade creates an aura of protection;
How do you work on yourself from your chakras?
There are a few ways to work on yourself from your chakras. One way is to focus on your breath. When you take a deep breath, you open up the channels of your chakras and start working on yourself from those energy centres.
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This can help you improve your Overall Health, Happiness, and Well-being. Another way to work on yourself from your chakras is through meditation. Meditation helps you connect with your chakras and work on yourself from them. It can also help you improve your thoughts, emotions, and behaviour.
How can you improve your health and well-being from your chakras?
There are a few ways to improve your health and well-being from your chakras. One way is to work on your thoughts and emotions. When you have positive thoughts, you tend to feel happier and more content.
Negative thoughts, on the other hand, can lead to feelings of sadness, stress, and anxiety. By working on your thoughts and emotions, you can improve your overall health and well-being.
Another way to improve your health and well-being from your chakras is to practice meditation. Meditation helps us calm down and focus our minds on positive thoughts.
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This can help us improve our thoughts, emotions, and behaviour. Finally, by practising yoga or any other form of exercise that strengthens our body and mind, we can improve our overall health and well-being from our chakras.
We should pay attention to our chakras. They are a powerful tool for self-awareness that can help guide us as we pursue a happier, more fulfilling life. In today’s busy world with all its distractions, it can be easy to forget about the impact of our environment on us.
The 7 chakras provide us with a beautiful metaphor through which this impact can be understood. We hope the information presented here will give you the tools you need to better understand yourself and to make well-informed decisions about every aspect of your physical and emotional wellbeing.
Now that you know about the chakras, it’s time to begin working on yourself from them. Start by understanding what each one of them does and how to work on yourself from there. You’ll be able to improve your health and well-being in no time at all.
Here’s a great book for you to check out: Chakras & Self-Care: Activate the Healing Power of Chakras with Everyday Rituals
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