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According to the Vedas, the chakras are said to be shaped like lotus flowers with many petals. The petals, in turn, are associated with specific chakra sounds, containing the unique alphabet sounds (phonemes) of the Sanskrit language.




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Meditation for the chakras includes a number of approaches to mindfulness and meditation. Essentially, it is a form of meditation that targets your blocked or unaligned chakras. You may choose to use chakra color meditation, a meditation on energy, or a meditation on an individual chakra.


In the latter (meditation on an individual chakra), the goal is to focus on one individual chakra. For example, you might focus on the root chakra only, targeting the emotional and physical areas that this chakra represents and influences.


If you chose to do a root chakra meditation, you would be focusing on chakra elements such as security, stability, and overall basic needs. For instance, you might be concentrating on needs such as shelter, food, safety, and water. Interconnection and responsibility are some of the emotional needs you might focus on as well.


To perform a deep breathing chakra meditation, first, find a quiet place where you can be alone. Sit with your legs crossed at the edge of a meditation cushion or firm pillow. Put your hands on your knees with your palms facing up. Cast your eyes downward or close them gently.


You will know if your chakras are not aligned. Typical signs include compulsive behaviors, excessive fear, instability of emotions, uneasiness, frustration, and sadness. You may even have physical symptoms such as headaches, backaches, stomach issues, or digestive problems.


When this occurs, you will feel emotionally balanced, secure in your thoughts and feelings, and physically well. It does not mean that your problems will disappear. However, balanced and activated chakras will help you to feel more comfortable dealing with the challenges life throws at you.


The chakra system is an intriguing yet scientifically unproven concept, which continues to draw the interest of modern-day yoga, reiki, and new age practitioners. The chakras are energy centers, which are part of the subtle body, one that cannot be seen. However, they are illustrated as colorful symbols that you can find on the walls of most yoga studios and spiritual stores.


Many ancient yogis believed many more energy centers exist aside from the above seven. For example, Dr. Sri Amit Ray believes there are 114 chakras in the human physic body and 72000 Nadis. He then splits the chakras into seven major chakras; 21 minor chakras, and 86 micro chakras.


Because so little is known about the chakras beyond the seven major chakras, you may also come across other variations of the chakra system that feature a different order and different chakra names. Therefore, when learning about the 12 chakras, bear in mind that there is no scientific evidence to prove they exist.


The earth star chakra, Vasundhara in Sanskrit, is a subpersonal chakra located below the feet. The energy center is off the body, but the exact distance is unknown, estimated to be between 6 to 18 inches below the soles of your feet.


The earth star shares many of the same qualities as the root chakra, as when activated, it allows you to feel centered and grounded and, thus, function efficiently on the physical plane. This involves the ability to maintain a job, handle finances and look after your health through diet and exercise. Conversely, if this chakra is unactivated, a person may lead a self-destructive life, struggle with addictions and struggle to find order.


In modern-day, the earth star chakra allows you to slow down the pace and connect to nature to avoid burnout from a fast-paced lifestyle. Thus, it can help us balance our responsibilities and not lose our center.


As the root chakra is connected to the earth element, spending time in nature is one of the best ways to bring more life force to this energy center. Taking a walk in the forest or hiking a mountain has powerful grounding qualities and helps clear the mind and calm the spirit, releasing fear and anxiety.


The sacral chakra, Swadhisthana in Sanskrit, has its position in the lower belly, close to the reproductive organs that it governs. This chakra handles emotional regulation, creative potential, sexuality, and the ability to feel and pursue pleasure.


Connect with the water element by spending time in or by large pools of water, preferably from natural sources. Swim in an ocean, kayak in a lake, or paddle in a river. Alternatively, soaking in water by taking baths can help to activate this chakra.


Building heat in the body will increase the fire element and thus, activate the energy of the Manipura chakra. High-intensity exercise is a great way to do this, as it is a natural mood and confidence booster. In addition, core work, such as sit-ups, is beneficial as they directly work in the solar plexus area, creating targeted heat.


The heart chakra, Anahata in Sanskrit, is located in the center of the chest, bridging together the lower and upper chakras. It is equally balanced between the physical and spiritual realm and has calm, healing energy.


You can activate the fourth chakra by directly increasing the positive qualities it possesses. For example, keep a gratitude journal where you state three things you feel thankful for each day. Alternatively, practice metta meditation that promotes love and kindness to all beings.


The throat chakra, Vishuddha in Sanskrit, sits in the throat center and controls our communication and self-expression. When activated, a person can express themself freely without fear and has the confidence to say what they honestly think and speak their truth. Additionally, they can listen well to others and consider contrasting opinions while remaining authentic. The associated color is light blue.


The Vishuddha is connected to the voice box. Therefore, toning these muscles through singing, chanting, speaking aloud affirmations, or practicing public speaking will increase the life force of this chakra.


The third eye chakra, also known as the brow chakra or Ajna in Sanskrit, is situated between the eyebrows. This energy center has more spiritual qualities than the previous ones, such as intuition, vision, and inner wisdom.


The Ajna chakra is also associated with the mind. If activated, a person can think clearly, see things from other perspectives and sense their inner guidance. Its associated color is dark blue (indigo).


The crown chakra, Sahasrara in Sanskrit, sits just above the top of the head, resembling a floating crown. It is linked to spiritual connection and higher states of consciousness. When activated, a person knows they are more than just their physical body and understands that divine energy is all around. The associated color is purple (violet).


Meditating and other spiritual practices will help you deepen your connection with the universe and open the 7th chakra. Reading spiritual books and texts can heighten spiritual awareness, and stargazing can connect you with the cosmos.


The soul star chakra (Sutara in Sanskrit) is the 8th energy center located 6-12 inches above the 7th chakra. The 8th chakra is also known as the halo chakra, as it represents a luminous circle of divine light above your head.


This chakra is the primary channel for divine energy to travel to the rest of the chakra system below. As a transpersonal chakra located above the body, the 8th chakra represents the higher planes of the etheric body. Its associated color is fern green.


Imagine bright light coming down from the universe and connecting to the etheric body by running through your seven primary chakras. See the light healing you physically and spiritually and then returning to the universe, leaving your soul purified and your purpose clear.


The spirit star chakra (or spirit chakra) is located above the soul star and is connected to profound levels of connection with the divine. The chakra is associated with communicating with angels, light beings, and guides and represents the expansive spiritual realm. Its associated color is turquoise (blue-green).


The universal chakra is the 10th chakra located directly above the spirit chakra. It is represented as a pearl white color and governs all universal aspects of being. Here, we experience a merging of our masculine and feminine energies, allowing us to tap into the best qualities of both.


The 11th chakra, known as the galactic chakra, is related to time travel and carries supernatural powers like teleportation, instant manifestation, and bi-location. This energy center encompasses total cosmic wisdom, and when activated, it is said that a person can travel beyond the limits of time and space.


You can connect to the energy of the galactic chakra with a light language vocal activation meditation. Visualize a diamond crystal as you chant the mantra Cha Numi Go Loa Sho like in this guided meditation.


The last of the 12 chakras is the divine gateway chakra, also known as the stellar gateway Chakra. This final point on the chakra journey represents full ascension and complete oneness with the divine.


Activating this energy century opens the door into the divine world. It is believed that a person who has opened this chakra has the spiritual knowledge to guide others along their chakra journey to cosmic connection. The 12th chakra appears as golden or multi-colored, shimmering energy.


Unraveling the meaning of the 12 chakras is no easy task, especially when we cannot see or feel the energy centers directly. However, the activation techniques in this article can help move energy to the chakras we sense are the weakest. Working with the chakras is an excellent way to progress in your spiritual journey, increase your vibration, and gain new perspectives.


Design: By assigning chakras to the 5-Phase elements on a pentagon per Dr. Cross, it was possible to connect a series of negative or positive emotions, from one to another, using the familiar Ko cycles and Shen cycles, to form theoretical personality archetypes and then to demonstrate archetype usefulness in a sample clinical case. The patient was being treated with Japanese acupuncture. The main outcome sought was to determine the personality types according to the 5-Phase theory with chakra energy centers included and to demonstrate the application of this system in the clinical case.


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