Meditation is the call of our soul, in this harsh life and toughness from day to day life , society and personal struggles everyone needs Healing . Meditation is not just a way of connecting to root again but also a method of healing your body and cure to all the sufferings of soul and body .
And baby step towards the meditation is the knowledge of chakra which are the energy centers present in our body since we get concieved .
Chakra’s: Major 7 chakra’s in body
1.Shahasrara/ Crown chakra
2. Agya /Third eye chakra
5.Manipura/Solar plexus chakra
Sahasrara Chakra is the seventh and highest chakra in the human body, according to Hindu and Tantric traditions. It is located at the crown of the head and is associated with spiritual awakening, enlightenment, and union with the divine.
The Sahasrara Chakra is often represented as a lotus flower with one thousand petals, which symbolize the infinite possibilities of human consciousness. It is also associated with the color violet or white.
When this chakra is open and balanced, it is said to facilitate spiritual growth, awareness, and a sense of oneness with the universe. It can also lead to a greater sense of purpose and direction in life. Associated with aura , bliss and enlightenment.
The Agya Chakra is located in the center of the forehead, between the eyebrows. It is associated with intuition, perception, and spiritual awareness. In Hindu tradition, it is believed to be the center of consciousness and the seat of the guru, or spiritual teacher.
Activation of the Agya Chakra is said to lead to increased intuition, psychic abilities, and spiritual awakening. It is also associated with the color indigo and the element of light.
Vishuddhi Chakra” is the fifth primary chakra in the Hindu and yogic traditions. It is located at the throat region and is associated with communication, expression, and creativity. The name “Vishuddhi” means purification, and this chakra is associated with the purification and balancing of the body and mind.
The Vishuddhi Chakra is depicted as a sixteen-petaled lotus and is associated with the color blue. It is also associated with the element of ether, which represents the subtle space that exists between the physical and spiritual realms.
When balanced, it is said to lead to improved communication and expression, greater creativity, and an enhanced ability to listen and understand others. It is also associated with the thyroid gland, which regulates metabolism and energy levels.
Anahata chakra, also known as the “heart chakra,” is the fourth primary chakra in the human body, according to Hindu and yogic traditions. It is located at the center of the chest, and its associated color is green.
The word “anahata” is derived from Sanskrit, and it means “unstruck” or “unbeaten.” This refers to the idea that the heart chakra is not physically tangible, but rather a center of energy that is felt within.
The heart chakra is associated with the qualities of love, compassion, and emotional balance. It is believed that when this chakra is balanced and open, we are able to give and receive love freely, and experience deeper connections with others.
When the heart chakra is blocked or unbalanced, we may experience feelings of loneliness, isolation, and disconnection.
The Manipur Chakra, also known as the Solar Plexus Chakra, is one of the seven major energy centers in the body according to the Hindu and Buddhist traditions. It is located in the upper abdomen, above the belly button, and is associated with personal power, self-esteem, and confidence.
The Manipur Chakra is represented by the color yellow and is believed to govern the digestive system, liver, pancreas, and adrenal glands.
When this chakra is balanced, an individual may feel confident, motivated, and have a strong sense of self-worth. On the other hand, if the Manipur Chakra is blocked or imbalanced, an individual may experience feelings of insecurity, low self-esteem, and a lack of personal power.
The Svadhisthana chakra is the second energy center in the human body, according to Hindu and yogic traditions. It is located in the lower abdomen, near the sacral bone, and is associated with the element of water and the color orange.
In Sanskrit, “sva” means “self” and “adhishthana” means “dwelling place,” so Svadhisthana is sometimes translated as the “dwelling place of the self.” It is believed to be the center of creativity, sensuality, and pleasure, as well as the seat of one’s emotions and desires.
When the Svadhisthana chakra is balanced and flowing, a person may experience a sense of vitality, creativity, and emotional balance. However, when it is blocked or imbalanced, it can lead to issues such as emotional instability, low self-esteem, and difficulty connecting with others on an emotion.
Muladhara chakra, also known as the root chakra, is the first of the seven chakras in Hindu and Buddhist traditions. It is located at the base of the spine and is associated with the color red.
Muladhara chakra is considered the foundation of the entire chakra system, and it is associated with the physical body and the material world. It represents our connection to the earth and the grounding energy that keeps us rooted in reality.
When the muladhara chakra is balanced and open, we feel safe and secure in the world. We have a strong connection to our physical bodies and a sense of stability and groundedness. However, when this chakra is blocked or out of balance, we may experience fear, anxiety, and a sense of disconnection from our bodies and the world around us.
How to activate the chakra’s
Activation or unblocking of the chakra is the most blissful stage of the whole process of meditation and this happens with just focusing mindfully on the chakra’s .
This is done by focusing from the
1.Root chakra / Muladhara chakra which is the origin of energy lasting just for 5-7 minutes for beginners and 10-12 minutes for regular practice,
2. And then bring the consciousness to the Svadisdhthana chakra which will open the gate to creativity in all the aspects and remain there for again basic few minute
3.Then bring the consciousness to the Manipur chakra which will enhance the power to hold on on anything in life . That means development of resilence.
4.Then bring the focus on Anahata chakra most pious chakra releasing all the emotional turmoil and heaviness of emotion due to any cause also provides vitality to heart and near by organs .
5.Transcends consciousness in your throat i.e Visuddhi chakra or causing suddhi(causing purity) to body and soul , focusing consciousness here will lead to release of all the hidden expression which yourself is not aware .
6.Then bring the conciusness to the centre of the eyes i.e Agnya chakra also called and third eye chakra will cause the stimulation of the pineal glands and stimulation of the chakra also ease the other pshycological turmoil .
7.Shahasrara chakra the final focus ends here .Shahasrara chakra the final focus ends here while doing the chakra meditation . which is situated at the center of crown of the head , according to Ayurveda it is considered as the portal for the entry of the soul and exit of soul , Shahasrara meaning 1000 and consciousness here leads to enlightenment of spiritual power.
8. The way of moving the consciousness in the body is like the passing of power as it passes through the power house to light any bulb, And daily practice of chakra meditation will light up the power bulb of bliss and positivity in life
There are various practices such as meditation, yoga, and chanting that are said to help activate and balance the Sahasrara Chakra. However, it is important to note that these practices should be approached with caution and under the guidance of a qualified teacher.
1. Can chakra meditation can be done in pregnancy ?
Ans. Yes Chakra Meditation can be done in Pregnancy because it decreases the adrenaline rush and ease the expectant mommy. And ease the labor on daily practice.