Category: Auras and Chakras
Chakras are energy centers in our body. We can tune in to the seven main chakras that give us signals about how we function energetically, physically, emotionally and spiritually. In Sanskrit, the chakra means "wheel" and these wheels must be open so that energy can flow through them and we can function optimally.
My body, mind and spirit are connected in each of these chakras on a physical, mental and spiritual level. My growing ability to tune in to the subtle shifts in these various chakras has given me important insight into my inner emotional healing work and allows me to make more informed decisions about how to use specific mantras, affirmations, and exercises to balance the desired chakra. In this article, I will explain how the imbalance in the individual chakras can manifest in the physical and astral body, and I will offer a solution to bring them back into balance.
This is the first of the seven chakras. In Sanskrit, mule means "root" and adhara means "base" or "support." Muladhara is the basis of our being, where we cultivate a sense of security, survival and stability. Before we begin to deal with the higher chakras, it is necessary to first create balance in this chakra. First chakra imbalance can include lower back and leg pain and emotional imbalances such as anxiety or eating disorders. Many people who experienced a lack of cohesion in early childhood, as a result of which they may feel insecure, unstable or neglected, may experience an imbalance in the muladhara later in life.
Satisfying our basic necessities of life can be the greatest contribution to a balanced and open muldhara. This balance allows us to feel safe and bold on our journey through life.
The second chakra is the center of emotional expression and creativity. It is considered the center of our sexual energy. Svadhisthana is the "dwelling of the self" in Sanskrit, which could tell us how our whole self is affected by the unbalanced second chakra. It is a circle of creation. Creation is not just about reproduction, but rather everything one can create, for example: art, ideas, food, building things or any kind of creative expression. If we feel that we are not able to innovate and create, the second chakra may be in imbalance.
Conscious participation in sexuality, working to treat sexual trauma, questioning patterns of sexual compulsion, and maintaining a healthy and open relationship with our emotions help keep this chakra in balance.
The third chakra is the seat of power. This chakra is located in the area of the solar plexus between the navel and the sternum. It is associated with the element of fire. When we have manipulation in balance, we feel in touch with our sense of purpose, motivation and self-confidence. In the physical body, it is associated with metabolism and digestion. If our third chakra becomes unbalanced, it can manifest itself in low self-esteem, difficulty in making decisions or maintaining motivation, or digestive problems.
In this area, we experience our "inner feelings" that lead us to achieve our goals. Ignoring these intestinal indicators or drinking and eating that does not promote healthy digestion can lead to an imbalance in the third chakra.
The fourth chakra is located in our heart center and is said to be a bridge between the lower physical chakras and the higher spiritual chakras. Open Anahata allows us to love and remain compassionate for ourselves and others. It is physically connected to our heart, lungs and breasts. When this chakra is open, we experience love, the ability to forgive and accept. If the chakra is closed or in imbalance, we may experience anger, fear, hatred, sadness, jealousy, or emotional numbness. We can have a sagging chest inward and roll our shoulders forward to contract and protect our heart, or feel tension in our chest, or have health problems with the cardiovascular system.
Choosing love and empathy, instead of fear and anger, is one way to keep Anahata open and balanced.
The fifth chakra moves us to the spiritual plane. This chakra is connected to the throat, thyroid gland, jaw, neck, mouth and tongue. An open visuddha allows us to express ourselves, to tell our truth freely, and also to openly listen to others and to the message coming from the universe. The open and balanced fifth chakra is related to our work on the lower chakras because it prepares us to understand ourselves and how we want to express our desires.
If this chakra is not in balance, it could manifest itself in the fact that we would not be able to respond when our limits are not respected, and it could move to the physical plane by developing something like laryngitis or loss of voice. .
The sixth chakra is said to be the seat of our third eye. Here we cultivate our intuition and clairvoyance. Ajna means "for wisdom." This energy center allows us to visualize and intuitively perceive beyond the physical plane. We have access to infinite inner guidance when we create space for this information to penetrate us.
When the sixth chakra is out of balance, it may be because we ignore our sixth sense and our intuition. Just as we can unbalance our third chakra by ignoring our feelings. It can manifest itself in the feeling of a foggy mind, when you lack intuitive meaning.
The seventh chakra is located on the top of the head and is the place of our divine union. We are connected to every living being and we are part of a larger all-encompassing whole. Sahasrara is truly open and in balance when we can experience ourselves as the pure consciousness that we are. If this chakra is out of balance, we are likely to feel a lack of awareness of our spiritual nature and our divinity.
The crown chakra opens with regular meditation, prayer, silence and perseverance. Thanks to this, we can experience flashes or even a period of long-term bliss defined by the feeling of pure being and the realization of our sacred connection with all that is.
The unity of your physical and spiritual body
Our chakras are energy systems that can be attuned and focused through healing on an emotional, mental, physical and spiritual level. By tuning in what is stagnant or unwelcome in our experience, as well as maintaining awareness of subtle physical signals, we can probably determine which chakra may be in imbalance and work to heal or shift that particular energy.
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