Chakra Therapy

In today’s life there are many stressful situations that everyone has to cope with. It could be either related to your personal or professional life. Such issues can be solved by working on your chakras. It can help you release the ego-related facets of your personality to unveil the pure you within. It can also get you a new perspective in life, and help you follow a healthier routine and a fruitful lifestyle.

In fact, you can use your energy centres, or chakras, to make your every-day life more fruitful, establish a deeper relation with the people around you and have inner peace. Every chakra is a door which you open to experience more dynamic, psychic and sacred knowledge.

It is a natural tendency that when the flow of your energy is normal through every chakra and between all the chakras, you take better care of yourself, you have self-confidence, you express your feelings and thoughts in a better way and you have copious creative energy and inner strength to manifest your dreams. But when the flow of energy is blocked, it affects your chakras and causes numerous emotional and physical problems inside you.

For instance, we are designed to wake up early morning with the rising sun and let it’s rays fall on our body for our physical as well as mental well-being. Those who don’t follow this discipline deprive themselves of Prana from the sun. It blocks the Manipura Chakra located on the navel which is governed by the sun. Overeating and hoarding for example, blocks the Muladhara Chakra. Not being able to forgive blocks the Anahata Chakra, self-doubt imbalances Swadhisthana, holding back your expression blocks the Vishudha, non-acceptance affects the Ajna and lack of faith blocks the Sahasrara Chakra. Beneath all these actions and emotions are fear and illusions that veil you from your true whole self.

Unblocking your chakras and ensuring a smoother flow of energy also enhances your natural immune system and you can deal with your stress in a better way. It also sharpens your intuition and makes you realize the purpose of your birth in this world. There are many ways to work with your chakras. All the paths of healing, whether it is Energy work, Crystals, Rudraksha, Meditation, Mantrachanting,ColourorAromatherapy works on chakras. Chakra Yog focusses on opening of chakras through the lessons they are designed to teach you. It is a deeper, permanent and irreversible way of opening the chakras.

Those seeking to understand the functioning of the chakras should remember that the lessons of chakras are not infinite. They are finite and can be covered by an individual in his lifespan.

There is nothing mysterious about the ways in which the chakras function. If you have the desire, the orientation and the sincerity of unravelling the universe of the chakras, it will be bestowed upon you. You can achieve the knowledge of the chakras in this life, and learn how you ought to live your life on this earth and realise your wholeness.

What are Chakras?

Whether in yoga class, meditation or when interested in spirituality, one will definitely hear about the Chakra system, Chakra alignment or Chakra balancing. Chakras are primary energy centres of the human body, which circulates and give life to the body. There are 7 primary Chakras and each chakra is represented by a specific shape, color, symbol, frequency sound wave and location in the body. The 7 primary Chakras namely Muladhara, Swadhisthana, Manipura, Anahata, Vishuddha, Ajna and Sahasrara are located along the spine from the base of the spine to the top of the head. Each chakra is connected to a different aspect of our existence, and therefore each has an impact on different parts of our well-being on a physical, emotional, spiritual and energetic level. The seven Chakras are part of the subtle human body or the energy body. Thus we cannot see or touch them but they influence every aspect of our existence which is mind, body and soul.

Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning "wheel" or "disc". It therefore designates a disc, animated with a rotary movement representing the energy center at a part or at a point of our body. There are 7 primary Chakras, aligned on the axis of the spine through which, the vital energy circulates and ensure optimal working of the human body and mind. Each of the 7 Chakra corresponds to a main nervous center and vital organs of the body and it affects the part it represents on physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels. A block or drop in energy at the level of a Chakra can therefore result in both emotional as well as physical issue. On the other hand maintaining the balance of vital energy it allows one to have a healthy body and be perfectly in harmony with the mind and the spirit. This is why the Chakras are so important and significant and the study of these energy centers of the human body, their lessons, practical knowledge and deep understanding about the effect of balanced and unbalanced Chakras, reasons for blockages and methods to balance them can be regarded as Chakra Science.

Why Chakras get imbalanced?

Chakras can get imbalanced due to various reasons. Fears or negative experiences can cause the energy of the associated Chakra to get blocked. Also when we hold on to negativity or low vibrations for a prolonged period of time we block the Chakras. The Chakras are sensitive to ambient energies and can close or open depending on them. For example, if a child has grown up in a somewhat oppressive environment where the expression of emotions was not encouraged, then his Vishuddha or the throat Chakra will tend to remain blocked even through his adulthood and can result in recurrent ailments of throat. A chakra could be blocked by being in an underactive or an overactive state. So repression of communication is an underactive state and talking too much is an overactive state for the Vishudha or throat chakra. The reasons they go out of balance are unhealthy lifestyle choices, mental stresses, negative emotions and fears.

Chakra Symptoms of being Over-active Symptoms of being Underactive Diseases
Muladhara
  • Over-smart
  • Bully
  • Self-centeredness
  • Overly materialistic
  • Foolhardy risk taking behaviour
  • Unstable and spacey
  • Incapable of inner stillness
  • Difficulties in achieving goals
  • Constant struggle to provide for life's necessities
  • Always fearful and not feeling safe in physical existence
  • Low self-understanding and self-destructive behaviour
  • Emotionally needy and always looking for Safety and Security in groups
  • Prostate Problem
  • Varicose Veins
  • Obesity
  • Arthritis
  • Piles
  • Anal Fissures
  • Anal Fistula
  • Sciatica
  • Knee Joints Pain
  • Osteoporosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • addictions like alcoholism
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders
Swadhisthana
  • Emotionally imbalanced
  • Tendency to fantasize
  • Issues around channelizing money and opportunities
  • Sexual issues
  • Issues related to power and control such as manipulative behaviour
  • Over-sensitive
  • Feelings of guilt and blame for no reason
  • Feelings of isolation and withdrawal from life
  • Fertility Issues and Impotence
  • Endometriosis and PCOS
  • Emotional Instability and Depression
  • Kidney
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Bladder Problem
  • Bloating Problem
  • Large Intestines
Manipura
  • Tendency to be aggressive
  • Need to be in control at all times
  • Uncontrollable anger
  • Judgmental and superior attitude
  • workaholics
  • Dominating who rule through fear and intimidation
  • fear of rejection
  • being overly concerned with what other people think
  • Highly sensitive to criticism
  • Low self-esteem
  • Self-confidence and self-respect
  • Feelings of insecurity
  • Fear of being alone
  • Need for constant reassurance
  • Avoid the responsibility for making decisions
  • Issues around trust and personal honour
  • Hypertension
  • Indigestion Problems
Anahata
  • Conditional love or possessiveness
  • Manipulative behaviour
  • Overly dramatic in relationships
  • Co -dependency
  • Jealousy
  • Needy cravings for connection
  • Inability to establish healthy boundaries
  • Filing to see when a relationship is abusive
  • Lack of self-love
  • Feelings of unworthiness and self-pity
  • Fear of rejection
  • Unrealistic expectations attitudes of self-righteousness
  • Blaming the other person
  • Judgmental
  • Dwelling on the failures of past relationships
  • Being unforgiving
  • Still being stuck in anger at past betrayal
  • Fear of intimacy
  • Loneliness
  • Depression and grief
  • Heart Diseases
  • Allergies
  • Fever
  • Asthma
  • Sneeze
  • Hay Fever (Rhinitis)
  • Cholesterol
  • Triglycerides
  • Lung Ailments
Vishuddha
  • Shrill and loud voice
  • Interrupt and dominate conversations
  • Lack of listening skills
  • Not in touch with their feelings
  • Judgmental and criticising
  • Constricted and whispering voice
  • Timid
  • Not able to speak up for themselves
  • Difficult to initiate a conversation
  • Difficulty in finding the words to express emotions
  • Communication Problems
  • Thyroid
  • Sore Throat
  • Hair Fall
  • Bronchitis
  • Insomnia
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Tuberculosis
  • Ear Infection
  • Dry Skin
  • Neck and Shoulder Pain
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Hyperthyroidism
Ajna
  • Overactive imagination
  • Blockage of the memory of events
  • Rigid and fixed mind attitude
  • Not being able to fully experience events,
  • Nightmares or obsessive fantasies
  • Easily distracted and ruled by anxieties
  • Difficult to visualize and imagine things
  • Difficulty in remembering dreams
  • Poor memory
  • Poor intuition
  • Living in denial
  • Insensitive towards others
  • Stubbornness
  • Sinus Problem
  • High Temper
  • Nightmare
  • Blindness
  • Headache – Frontal and Back
  • Vision Problems
Sahasrara
  • Intellectualising and disconnection from the body
  • Fanaticism and spiritual addiction
  • Psychotic or manic depression
  • Difficulty to take in and retain new information
  • Learning difficulties
  • Spiritual cynicism
  • Closed to new ways of thinking and feeling hopeless and discontented
  • Limiting beliefs and spiritual skepticism
  • Depression
  • Skin Problems
  • Migraine
  • Alzheimer
  • Senile Dementia
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Vitiligo
  • Epilepsy
  • Coma
  • Schizophrenia
  • Parkinson
  • Paralysis
  • Psoriasis

Healthy Chakras welcome the flow of cosmic energies from the Universe. Chakra balancing and healing results in a richer, pleasant life as the seven chakras can once again optimally receive and diffuse positive energies.

Diseases related to each Chakra

For optimal physical, mental and emotional health, ideally the 7 chakras should be balanced, and open, allowing energy to flow in and out of your body. In case any Chakra is not balanced and is over or underactive, it can have negative effects on the physical body and also on subtle body's healing process resulting in manifestation of physical diseases and ailments.When energy is not flowing freely in Chakras, some of the following physical symptoms that arise are:

Chakra Diseases RRST Combinations
Muladhara
  • Prostate Problem
  • Varicose Veins
  • Obesity
  • Arthritis
  • Piles
  • Anal Fissures
  • Anal Fistula
  • Sciatica
  • Knee Joints Pain
  • Osteoporosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Addictions like alcoholism and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders
  • Angarkaya Bracelet
  • Sarva Siddha Combination - J
  • Stability Success
  • Supreme Sarva Siddha - J
  • Para Brahma Bracelet - J
  • Goodluck Combination
  • Self Realisation - J
  • Riddhi Siddhi Ganesh
  • Mars Bracelet
  • Bhumi Devi Bracelet
Swadhisthana
  • Fertility Issues and Impotence
  • Endometriosis and PCOS
  • Emotional Instability and Depression
  • Kidney
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Bladder Problem
  • Bloating Problem
  • Large Intestines
  • Courage Bracelet
  • Lagna Yog Combination
  • Narayan Krishna Bracelet
  • Attraction Bracelet
  • Garbh Sanskar Bracelet
  • Stability Success
  • Surya Power
  • Career Success
  • Peace Pendant - J
  • Mahajwala Bracelet
  • Agni pendant
  • Healing Power Bracelet
  • Career Success - Level 2
  • Surya Kavach
Manipura
  • Hypertension
  • Indigestion Problems
  • Surya Power
  • Career Success
  • Peace Pendant - J
  • Mahajwala Bracelet
  • Agni pendant
  • Healing Power Bracelet
  • Kalpavriksha Power
  • Career Success - Level 2
  • Surya Kavach
Anahata

  • Heart Diseases
  • Allergies
  • Fever
  • Asthma
  • Sneeze
  • Hay Fever (Rhinitis)
  • Cholesterol
  • Triglycerides
  • Lung Ailments
  • Healing Heart
  • Supreme Narayana
  • Divine Chakra Balancer - J
  • Supreme Sarva Siddha - J
  • Sarva Siddha Combination - J
  • Mahashakti Ratna Kavacham
  • Healing Power Bracelet
  • Desire Success Combination - J
Vishuddha
  • Communication Problems
  • Thyroid
  • Sore Throat
  • Hair Fall
  • Bronchitis
  • Insomnia
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Tuberculosis
  • Ear Infection
  • Dry Skin
  • Neck and Shoulder Pain
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Self Confidence Combination
  • Wisdom Pendant
  • Ekadash Rudra Pendant
  • Brahma Bracelet
  • Guru Bracelet
  • Stability Success
  • Kalpavriksha Combination
  • Power Bracelet
  • Career Success
Ajna

  • Stubbornness
  • Sinus Problem
  • High Temper
  • Nightmare
  • Blindness
  • Headache – Frontal and Back
  • Vision Problems
  • Fortune Bracelet
  • Fortune Pendant
  • Divine Success Combination
  • Supreme Sarva Siddha - J
  • Kalpavriksha Power
  • Mahashakti Ratna Kavacham
  • Kalpavriksha Combination
Sahasrara
  • Depression
  • Skin Problems
  • Migraine
  • Alzheimer
  • Senile Dementia
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Vitiligo
  • Epilepsy
  • Coma
  • Schizophrenia
  • Parkinson
  • Paralysis
  • Psoriasis
  • Cosmic Union
  • Durga Power Pendant
  • Durga Power Bracelet
  • Shivanetra pendant
  • Divine Success Combination
  • Supreme Sarva Siddha - J
  • Kalpavriksha Power
  • Kalpavriksha Combination
  • Sarva Siddha Combination
  • Aishwarya Durga Kavach

How To Balance All The Chakras?

Chakra meditation, Colour, Crystal,Aroma therapy, Energy healing as well as Yoga exercises and mudras are the traditional ways to harmonize Chakras. Rudrakshabeads and gemstones worn on the body emit frequencies that resonate with specific chakras thereby bringing them into balance. Rudraksha beads are obtained from Elaeocarpusganitrus, broad-leaved trees growing mainly in the regions of Himalayas, Ganges grasslands, and Java of Indonesia. The beads possess spiritual as well as therapeutic powers described in the ancient Vedic scriptures such as Shiva Purana and Jabalopanishad. Rudraksha beads are found in nature from 1 mukhi to 21 mukhis. Specific beads work on different chakras like 3 mukhi on Manipura, 4 mukhi on Vishudha, 1 mukhi on Sahasrara etc.

With gemstones, you can cure numerous emotional and physical ailments. They can amass, store, and discharge copious amount of colour into the chakra system.

We can relate gemstones with the cosmic colour they send into your chakra system as below

Gemstone Cosmic Color Chakra
Red Coral Red Muladhara
Pearl Orange Swadhisthana
Ruby Yellow Manipura
Emerald Green Anahata
Yellow Sapphire Blue Vishuddha
Blue Sapphire Indigo Ajna
Gomed Violet Sahasrara

About Chakras

Within every living body on a subtle level, there are a series of energy fields or centres of consciousness called Chakras, wheels, or lotuses (padmas). While these Chakras are invisible, each of it is located at a major network of arteries, veins, and nerves along the spine. Neurochemists talk about a connection between the seven basic chakras and specific endocrine glands in the body. Each of the seven Chakras energetically not only influences a certain region of the body and its related glands and organs but also our consciousness and several distinct emotional, mental and spiritual aspects. They take in energy from the environment and convert it into something usable called prana–the Sanskrit name for subtle energy–and then send that energy to various parts of our body, and also release stale and stagnant energy out to the environment.

When the energy gets blocked in a chakra, it triggers physical, mental, or emotional imbalances that manifest in form of symptoms such as anxiety, lethargy, body pains or poor digestion. You need to release these fears to remove the stagnant energy blocking the chakra.

Each Chakra holds a specific frequency which can be associated to a specific colour and sound wave. Chakras are also associated with specific planets.

The significance of Chakras is deep rooted in most ancient practices and philosophies such as from Yoga to Ayurveda. The harmonization of Chakra is often attributed as the most comprehensive way to achieve holistic living and a higher level of consciousness. Balanced and optimal Chakra functioning not only ensures good health but also makes it possible to reach a state of spiritual awakening and live life in tune with the laws of Universe. However, as one goes through life experiences and challenges, whenever the thoughts, attitudes and reactions tend towards fear or negativity, the Chakras tend to get blocked. The blockage leads to disruption of connection between the different aspects of life, inside the body, and between the physical body and the subtle body. And at this point emotional disorders and physical ailments relating to Chakra are developed.

To bring emotional and physical wellbeing, and align with the nature of laws, Chakras need to be unblocked. For this one needs to release negative emotions and let go the flawed or limiting beliefs and rigid, dogmatic spiritual perceptions. By adopting various measures and therapy to balance the Chakras, the stagnant negative energies that comes in the way of one’s highest purpose get cleared away. This not only broadens the perspective but acts as an aid in his/her evolution as a human being and helps them make the necessary changes for better health, harmonious relationships, and personal and financial wellbeing.

Though the body has 114 Chakras, but there are 7 primary Chakras positioned along the spine on the points of the endocrine glands, representing the seven dimensions of life.

History of Chakras

Chakras find their first known mention in early Upanishads around 7-800 BCE. Chakras during these times were inextricably linked with the science and practice of tantra and yoga. In later times around 200 BCE – 200 CE, various Upanishads like Yoga-Shikka Upanishad, Shandila Upanishad and Cudamini Upanishad mentioned about tantric concepts like Chakras and mantras along with their location and symbolism. In 10th century, in Gorakshashatakam the information on meditation and powers of awakening Chakras was given. By this time Chakras and the Kundalini became an integral part in the tantric tradition. Around 16th Century, Shri-Tattva-Cintamini described the powers of each Chakra and practices to activate them. During the 20th century this work was translated in English as ‘The Serpent Power’ by Sir John Woodroofe. Through the Theosophical movement and work of Alice Bailey, the concept of Chakra got introduced to the West.

Although western scholars believe that the Divine knowledge and understanding of the Chakra System was discovered by the ancient sages when the earliest Yogic texts and Vedas were written. However, many other scholars believe that the knowledge and understanding of the Chakras even predates it and that the knowledge of Chakra existed through an oral tradition much before the advent of the written Vedic texts.

The Science of Chakras

Chakras were formerly believed to be associated with spiritual development in an individual. However, further research and scientific studies explored the deep connection of Chakras with other major dimensions of human existence, be it physical, emotional and psychology.

It has been accepted in Quantum physics and scientifically proven and that everything is energy. In spirituality and holistic healing like Reiki or Tai chi, the movement of energy is central and important where it is believed that through the manipulation of energy, wellbeing can be achieved. Chakra Science also focuses on similar concept that movement of energy within body is vital to life for various aspects of existence which are physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. When we perform any function or even rest, from a cell to an organ of our body, all collect or diffuse energy. The energy generated in the body flows throughout the body through our neurones and nerve pathways.

The position of the major 7 Chakras correspond with major nerve plexus (networks) which connects the spinal cord and the brain to rest of body and major glands through the Vagus nerve. These glands in turn are responsible for production of hormones and functioning of the body.

Over 10000 studies have been attributed to Vagus nerve(the holy grail of all nerves corresponding with glands and effecting functioning of body in general), where it has been documented that Vagus Nerve Stimulation- a medical treatment where electrical impulses are delivered to Vagus nerve, can help cure multitude of illnesses, such as certain forms of epilepsy, stress, neuroplasticity and depression. Holistic Therapy like Yoga or meditation which are part of Chakra Therapy are the highly effective method of Vagus Nerve stimulation. Thus, Chakra Science attributes that placing awareness on Chakras and working on them can bring real changes in all aspects of life.

Can Chakras be mapped?

Over the years, many scientists have researched about the existence of Chakras and have developed equipment and devices to measure electromagnetic energies of the human body. Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama, a Japanese parapsychologist, scientist, and spiritual instructor developed a machine called the ‘Chakra instrument’ to detect the variation in electromagnetic field of a human body when various Chakras are stimulated. Other instruments designed and developed to study bioenergy of living organisms have also helped in study of Chakras. Today Aura Chakra Machines are available in the market that give readings and insights into the emotional energetic state of a person and help in harmonizing and balancing Chakras. Chakras are part of the subtle human body and are visible to a person who is in deep meditative state.

7 major Chakras and its Various Aspects

Each of the 7 Chakra is a swirling disc of energies associated with different aspects of existence and thus also have various other characteristics. Since the Chakras as well as the energy flowing through them are dynamic and constantly moving, it is essential that the energy centres stay open and well aligned. Below are the details about various aspects of the 7 primary Chakras:

Sahasrara Chakra or the Crown Chakra is located at the top of the head and is symbolized by a lotus with a thousand petals. It is also called the enlightenment or self-realization Chakra. In the Sahasrara Chakra, lies the seat of Shiva, the Supreme Self. It teaches us that we are a divine being having a human experience. The Crown Chakra is the last energy centre of the body; it is the seat of conscious and unconscious beliefs. Its opening leads to the awareness of effective capacities as well as to the accession to a state of supreme consciousness, close to enlightenment or self-fulfilment. The 7th chakra is the centre of knowledge, understanding and transcendent consciousness. On a physical level, the 7th Chakra governs the functioning of the brain, on the psychological and mental level; the Sahasrara Chakra is responsible for the behavioural characteristics of an individual. Balanced Crown Chakra is beneficial for sight, soothes emotions and improves inner harmony, clarity, and balance. It also helps improve memory, concentration, and intelligence. It also helps one experiences a spiritual connection to the higher self. On the other hand, an unbalanced Sahasrara Chakra will lead to discontentment, hopelessness, systematic scepticism, or existential emptiness.

Chakra Description Other Details
Muladhara

Muladhara which means ‘root’ or ‘foundation’, is the first of the 7 primary Chakras, aligned on the spine. It is located at is located at the perineum, the base of the spine and covers the first three vertebrae of the spine, the bladder, and the colon. The Chakra is also called root chakra or base chakra. Muladhara Chakra manifests stability and security as well as the basic needs, necessary for material life. This Chakra is also the foundation for the development of our personality. The opening of this Chakra allows an awareness of the dimensions of safety, security, confidence, fearlessness, and survival. The chakra gives the strength to survive, with the strength to assert oneself. It represents our connection with Mother Earth and its fundamental action consists in rooting in matter including the fundamental needs essential to life: material, physical and terrestrial. A well-balanced Muladhara Chakra can then mean better physical vitality, the feeling of well-being, being well anchored and having self-control. This Chakra represents energy and action. It serves as a link to the physical world and to the earth. When the first energy center is overactive, it leads to a tendency towards excess physical and material pleasures, self-centeredness and developing tendency of lust and hoarding. On the other hand, a blockage of the Muladhara Chakra can lead to apathy, mental lethargy, a lack of combativeness or a tendency to flee reality or being overly fearful about security and survival.

  • Color – Red
  • Frequency – 396 Hz
  • Sound – Lam
  • Mantra – Om Aim Hreem Hasoum Tripurayai Pretpadmasan Sabhasthitayai Namah
  • Symbol – Four Petal Lotus
  • Mudra – Muladhara Mudra
  • Essential Oil – Ginger Grass Oil
Swadhisthana

Swadhisthana or the Sacral Chakra is the 2nd of the 7 primary Chakras. Along with the 1st and 3rd Chakras, the Swadhisthana Chakra is more of a physical nature. Swadhisthana means ‘dwelling of oneself’. Swadhisthana Chakra like the other major energy centres is in alignment with the spine; it is located 2 inches below the navel. The energies of this Chakra influences emotions, sexuality, passion and desires. It stimulates artistic creativity and promotes the relationship with money and work. The opening of this energy center makes it possible to facilitate contact with others and to become aware of one's own emotions. The imbalance or the blockage at the level of this Chakra can result in the lack of motivation, the decrease of the libido or the lack of assurance. As the Swadhisthana Chakra is the seat of physical well-being, it is essential to keep it in balance, to feel good about yourself, to feel your emotions, to be creative and to learn with different challenges of life. When this Chakra is not sufficiently open or completely blocked, this results in a lack of self-esteem, a withdrawal into oneself or even lack of taste for life. On the other hand, an overactive Swadhisthana Chakra can lead a person to have an obsession for sexuality and a tendency to encroach the boundaries of others. Maintaining the 2nd chakra in balance is therefore essential since it allows you to find the joy of living, not to fall into excess as well as withdrawal into oneself, or even a lack of empathy.

  • Color – Orange
  • Frequency – 417 Hz
  • Sound – Vam
  • Mantra – Om Vam Vam Swaadhishtthaanam Jaagray Jaagray Vam Vam Om Phat
  • Symbol – Six Petal Lotus
  • Mudra – Shakti Mudra
  • Essential Oil – Ylang Ylang Oil
Manipura

Manipura or the Solar Plexus Chakra is the third of the 7 main chakras, aligned along the spine. Its location is on the Navel. Like the first two Chakras the Manipura Chakra is the third and last Chakra which is associated more with the physical dimensions of the Universe. The name Manipura means ‘City of Jewels’, this chakra is the source of personal power, determination and the ability to act. Manipura Chakra is associated with the awareness of the self and the mind. Symbolizing solar energy within the individual, this Chakra is the seat of will power and personal responsibility. Imbalance or blockages at the level of the third chakra can mean the inability to stand out from the crowd or an exacerbated will to always be right. The harmonization of the 3rd chakra leads to a state of consciousness on respect for oneself and that of others, to have a taste for life and physical activities. Its imbalance can therefore be the reason for lack of fighting spirit in a person or the source of an oversized ego. On a physical level, the solar plexus chakra acts on the digestive system and it manages the functioning of the stomach. When the Solar Plexus Chakra is balanced, a person is aware of personal opinions and he honours the opinions of others. He is independent and a leader in his own right. But an overactive Manipura Chakra will lead to having desire to always be right, pride and the desire to dominate others or feel overly responsible for others. When the Manipura Chakra is underactive, it leads to emotional susceptibility, a tendency to underestimate one's own capacities or even the lack of will to move forward and realize one's dreams. It develops a tendency to be dependent on others and lose vision and foresight to plan and seek for oneself.

  • Color – Yellow
  • Frequency – 528 Hz
  • Sound – Ram
  • Mantra – Om Maṇipuraah-bahja-nilayayei Namaha
  • Symbol – Ten petals lotus
  • Mudra – Rudra Mudra
  • Essential Oil – Fennel Seed Oil
Anahata

Anahata Chakra or the heart chakra brings together the lower and the upper Chakras. The three lower Chakras are more associated with the physical aspect of living whereas the upper three Chakras with spirituality. Anahata mean ‘not struck’ and is located at the end of the central sternum. It ensures the connection between the physical body and the emotions and feelings. The 4th Chakra is primarily associated with the qualities of the heart such as love, compassion and trust. The Heart Chakra is the energy centre, seat of love, in all its forms, the one we receive, the one we can give, divine love and by extension the love of all beings. It influences all feelings in relation to love, allowing the connection between the intellect and emotions. Its opening therefore makes it possible to feel peaceful, sympathetic, or empathetic, or even be in agreement with oneself and with others. When this Chakra is perfectly balanced, it is expressed by an awareness of compassion, the desire to take care of others and to express our true nature. A blocked or imbalanced Heart chakra can result in withdrawal or the need to be constantly reassured, fear of commitment, selfishness or the inability to love or trust others and cause diseases and problems related to the heart, blood circulation and issues such as asthma or allergies. An over-active Anahata Chakra leads to extremes which cause the person to seek acknowledgment for himself, excessive obsession in love, low self-worth and feeling of being exploited and cheated by others.

  • Color – Green
  • Frequency – 639 Hz
  • Sound – Yam
  • Mantra – Om Shante Shante Sarvarishta Naashini Swaha
  • Symbol – Twelve Petal Lotus
  • Mudra – Padma Mudra
  • Essential Oil – Eucalyptus Oil
Vishuddha

Vishuddha Chakra or the throat Chakra is located at the pit of the U cavity in the throat. This Chakra is the centre of expression and communication. The Vishuddha means 'Pure' or 'Purification', Imbalance or blockage of the Vishuddha Chakra can lead a person to be shy or too talkative, lack of confidence, have difficulty speaking or even lack of sincerity. Balancing of this Chakra promotes awareness of the reality and allows one to detach from attachments and events. On a physical level, the Throat Chakra is associated with the functioning of thyroid gland and the throat and has control over the neck, thyroid and parathyroid glands, the jaw, mouth, and tongue. As the 5th chakra is intimately linked to the expression of one's personality and ability to voice the highest truth, it is essential to keep it balanced. An imbalance in this energy centre is often the cause of speech impairment. When the Vishuddha Chakra is balanced, it promotes clear communication and clarity of thoughts and the sense of listening. One also feels drawn to meditation and spiritual wisdom. Over-active Vishuddha Chakra can lead to issues such as talkativeness and self-righteousness and underactive Chakra will lead to timidity and shyness.

  • Color – Blue
  • Frequency – 741 Hz
  • Sound – Ham
  • Mantra – Om Visuddhi-chakra-nilayayei Namaha
  • Symbol – Sixteen Petal Lotus
  • Mudra – Granthita Mudra
  • Essential Oil – Chamomile Roman Oil
Ajna

Ajna Chakra or the 3rd eye Chakra is located between the two eyebrows in the middle of the forehead. This Chakra is the seat of the intuition and higher mental forces which make it possible to tune into the subtle world. The 6th chakra also known as the ‘Third Eye’ Chakra is the basis of the awareness of the deep vision of life and the foundation of spiritual maturity. It also rules imagination and clairvoyance in an individual. In Sanskrit Ajna means command or perception. In the search for self-fulfilment, it is essential to have a correct perception of life beyond one’s definitions, references, and identifications. The opening of this spiritual Chakra awakens the spiritual consciousness and the individual consciousness as well as the awareness of true self. A balanced Ajna Chakra promotes one's ability to detach from the materialistic world and have clarity of thoughts and access a higher state of consciousness. A balanced 6th Chakra helps connect one with the Divine wisdom and insight and promote perfect harmony between all Chakras. Imbalance or blockage in the Ajna Chakra can manifest as lack of clarity, rigidity, and a tendency to be a perfectionist. On a physical level the Ajna Chakra is related to the proper functioning of the eyes, sinuses, nervous system, and the brain.

  • Color – Indigo
  • Frequency – 852 Hz
  • Sound – Aum
  • Mantra – Om Agya-chakra-bahja-nilayāyei Namaha
  • Symbol – Upside down Triangle
  • Mudra – Great Head Mudra
  • Essential Oil – Basil Oil
Sahasrara

Sahasrara Chakra or the Crown Chakra is located at the top of the head and is symbolized by a lotus with a thousand petals. It is also called the enlightenment or self-realization Chakra. In the Sahasrara Chakra, lies the seat of Shiva, the Supreme Self. It teaches us that we are a divine being having a human experience. The Crown Chakra is the last energy centre of the body; it is the seat of conscious and unconscious beliefs. Its opening leads to the awareness of effective capacities as well as to the accession to a state of supreme consciousness, close to enlightenment or self-fulfilment. The 7th chakra is the centre of knowledge, understanding and transcendent consciousness. On a physical level, the 7th Chakra governs the functioning of the brain, on the psychological and mental level; the Sahasrara Chakra is responsible for the behavioural characteristics of an individual. Balanced Crown Chakra is beneficial for sight, soothes emotions and improves inner harmony, clarity, and balance. It also helps improve memory, concentration, and intelligence. It also helps one experiences a spiritual connection to the higher self. On the other hand, an unbalanced Sahasrara Chakra will lead to discontentment, hopelessness, systematic scepticism, or existential emptiness.

  • Color – Violet
  • Frequency – 963 Hz
  • Sound – Ng
  • Mantra – Om Sahasra-dala-padma-sthaayei Namaha
  • Symbol – Thousand Petals
  • Mudra – Thousand Petals Mudra
  • Essential Oil – N/A

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