From the early traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, a concept spread far and wide across the universe, stamping itself and its importance. This concept is Chakra, literally translated to as the “wheel circle”, the various focal points in the body.
Across different traditions, the numbers of chakras differ, with Buddhism opting to believe that it is 5, while the popular belief is that there are 7 chakras. Having its etymological roots in Sanskrit, Chakra is a popular term across the world, like the chi and prana. These chakras are responsible for the uniform flow of chi and prana, which can be achieved the balancing of the chakras.
The chakras are connected to different glands and organs and it is important that it stays balanced, so that the chi or prana, or the life force flows easily. If there is any disruption in the chi or prana or any blockage in the chakra, there can be possible health and mental illness affecting the individual. To keep it balanced, we should know more about the chakras, and this is intended towards it.
The 7 chakras in our body are known as the root, sacral, solar plexus, heart, throat, third eye and crown chakras. Each of these circular or flower shaped spirals of energy form the energy ecosystem of each individuals body. Any deficiencies or imbalances can cause too many troubles in your body and different areas of your life.
These 7 chakras have their own respective colors and meanings. Let us check it out:
To balance your chakras, identify the ones that react when you are in a stressful situation. Find it and focus your attention on balancing it.
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