Sunday, 20 November 2011


The 7 Main Chakras...

Our chakras (Sanskrit for wheel) run down the centre of our body and are centers of energy (the entry doors to your Aura).  The lower half is the instinctual side and the upper half is the mental side of us.

We need to balance our chakras to be at one with ourselves.  chakras can be open, under active and overactive, the over active chakras compensate for the under active. 

1. Root Chakra (Muladhara) - Security & Grounded 
Location: Base of the spine.
2. Sacral Chakra (Svadhisthana) - Feeling & Sexuality 
Location: Lower Abdomen

3.  Naval Chakra (Manipura) - Self Esteem & Control
Location: Solar Plexus (Below the Diaphragm)

4. Heart Chakra (Anahatra)  - Love, kindness and affection
Location: Chest, Heart, Cardiac Plexus
5. Throat Chakra ( Vissudha)  - Self Expression  
Location: Throat


6. Third Eye Chakra (Ajna) - Insight & Visualisation
Location: Centre of the forehead
7. Crown Chakra (Sahasrara) - Wisdom & Being One with the World
Location: The Crown of the Skull


There are actually 88,000 chakras in ones body, the majority being small and insignificant but 40 of then have a significant function.  These are constantly turning and vibrating. 

Chakras influence our body shape, glandular process, chronic physical ailments, thoughts and behaviour.  When one or more is blocked we can notice this within our daily lives.

How to heal your chakras...

1.  Healing such as Reiki
2. Colour Therapy
3. Yoga
4. Conscious Breathing
5. Physical Exercise
6. Meditation
7. Positive Thinking
8. Affirmations
9. Balancing (Hands Pendulum, Crystals and gemstones)
10. Aromatherapy

Sanskrit - An ancient Indic language of India.
The Lotus Flower - In Hinduism each person has the spirit of a sacred lotus flower within them, a symbol of the centers of consciousness within the body.  Awakening of the spiritual reality of life.

1 comment:

  1. Interesting post,I did a course on colour and crystal therapy and we learnt about Chakras. I would have loved to learn more but they didn't offer any further courses.