The term chakra means ‘wheel’ or ‘disk’ in Sanskrit, mostly referring to the body’s energy centers. The chakras of spinning energy correlate to specific nerve bundles and critical organs. For the chakras to function at its best, it needs to remain balanced or open. If the chakras get blocked, one may sense emotional or physical symptoms related to a particular chakra.
Chakra healing symbolizes not only specific parts of your physical body but also specific parts of your consciousness. All of the perceptions and senses can be distinct into seven categories, and each type can be linked to a particular chakra. Chakras are energy centers located at seven different central points all through the body and are divided into four parts:
• Spiritual- Crown Chakra
• Physical- Root Chakra, Solar Plexus Chakra, Sacral Chakra
• Mental- Third Eye Chakra, Throat Chakras
• Emotional- Heart Chakras
The dimension and activity of spherical spirals of energy contradict from person to person. The wheels vibrate at different levels proportional to the awareness of a being. The more refined energies of the upper chakras lead to higher mental and spiritual objectives and abilities. The lower chakras are connected to core emotions and desires; the energy vibrates at a lower frequency. Every center of the chakra has an essential function in producing energetic stability.
1.Root Chakra (Muladhara): Muladhara or the Root Chakra is linked to the Spine base, signifying root support or survival, which is the desire to be in the physical world. The central aspect of this chakra is innocence. If the chakra is balanced, the individual will feel safe, stable, and connected to the earth. If the energy is exhausted within this chakra, the individual may feel anxious, unstable, or fearful.
2.Sacral Chakra (Swadhishtana): Swadhishtana or the Sacral Chakra is linked marginally lower than the naval. The energy produced by sacral chakra is the core for forming all kinds of relationships. An individual cultivates an internal sense of self and external perception of others, like sexuality, family, and ego. The sentiments and feelings of other people are precisely perceived while mastering the sacral chakra’s energy.
3.Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura): Manipura or the Solar Plexus Chakra is situated at the center of the body, where physical energy is circulated. It is also the center for personal dynamism and natural emotions. In this phase of spiritual transformation, the individual starts developing a sense of self-esteem, self-discipline, and ego. The energy of the Solar Plexus Chakra also brings out a sense of awareness and openness towards the intuitive voice.
4.Heart Chakra (Anahata): Anahata or the heart chakra is found at the center of the heart, representing emotional energy, linking physical and spiritual bodies. This phase of spiritual transformation develops a sense of love deeply while challenged to listen and honor the spiritual path.
5.Throat Chakra (Vishuddha): Vishuddha or the Throat Chakra is the core for creativity, communication, self-expression, willpower, and the ability to communicate our inner truth. Communicating about the knowledge of a person’s interconnectivity through spirit reveals finesse of energy.
6.Third Eye Chakra (Ajna): Ajna or the Third Eye Chakra is located between the eyes just above the brow and expands its instincts, wisdom, and insights. The opening of the third-eye harmonizes with spiritual awakening and revival. Ajna is also the chakra for forgiveness and compassion.
7.Crown Chakra (Sahasrara): Sahasrara or the Crown Chakra is situated at the top of the head and represents our final stage of spiritual transformation. It represents a person’s connection to the universe’s divine Lord. The Crown Chakra is a rare conjoining center that puts together all the chakras with their traits.
The working of chakras teaches how to take care of mind, body and soul. Contact Cosmicx Healing Art to learn more about chakra healing.