22 Nov What are Chakras?
Chakras Are Energy Centers
The word “Chakra” comes from Sanskrit and translates to “wheel” or “disc.” Each Chakra is a spiritual energy center residing within your energy field and corresponds to specific organs as well as the physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual states of being.
Below is a list of ten main Chakras that contribute to the energy field of the Soul Being.
Ten Main Chakras of Your Energy Field
- Earth Star Chakra
This Chakra is located below your feet and makes up part of your etheric body. The Earth Star Chakra connects one directly to the core of Mother Earth.
- Root Chakra
Located at the base of the spine, the pelvic floor, and the first three vertebrae, this Chakra is oriented toward survival and provides direct connection to the earth. It is associated with the color red.
Balancing this Chakra creates the solid foundation for opening the Chakras located above, as it holds the pilot light, the energy of the Divine Spirit’s life force energy. Once ignited, this Chakra provides the healing fires for all the Chakras.
- Sacral Chakra
Located below your navel and inner pelvis, this Chakra is the home of creativity, relationships, and sexuality. It is associated with the color orange.
The ability to clearly express your needs, wants, and desires while creating healthy boundaries with those who surround you is just one benefit of balancing your Sacral Chakra.
- Solar Plexus Chakra
Located around the navel and stomach, up through the diaphragm to the area of the breastbone, the Solar Plexus Chakra focuses on personal power and transformation. It is associated with the color yellow.
A balanced and healthy Solar Plexus opens the door to self-confidence, a strong sense of purpose, and self-motivation.
- Heart Chakra
Located at the heart, lung, and chest area, the Heart Chakra is the connection between the spiritual and physical self. It is associated with the color green.
A balanced Heart Chakra is flowing with love, compassion, and empathy. There is a desire to forgive and to accept others and yourself.
- Throat Chakra
Located at the thyroid, jaw, neck, and mouth, the Throat Chakra is the authentic expression of self through connection to a higher form of communication. It is associated with the color blue.
A balanced Throat Chakra allows expression of one’s truest self while maintaining kindness and love toward all with which we communicate.
- Third-Eye Chakra
Located at the forehead above the brow, the Third-Eye Chakra is linked to your intuition, spiritual communication, and higher knowing. It is associated with the color indigo.
A balanced Third-Eye Chakra allows clarity of mind, a higher self-awareness and a sense of interconnectedness.
- Crown Chakra
Located above the crown of the head, the Crown Chakra is connected to higher states of consciousness and gets us in touch with the energy of the Divine Spirit. It is associated with the colors white and violet.
A balanced Crown Chakra provides wisdom, unity, and enlightenment.
- Soul Star Chakra
Located about 6-12 inches above the top of your head, the Soul Star Chakra directly connects to your highest self, karmic past, Ascension, and the Akashic Records.
- Stellar Gateway Chakra
Located 12-15 inches above the head, the Stellar Gateway Chakra connects directly to the Divine Spirit by establishing a link, a cord of connection, between your soul and the Divine.
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Norris CharityPosted at 15:31h, 22 April
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Nerissa SolovitzPosted at 11:49h, 07 June
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