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April 21, 2020

The Seven Chakra: guide

Chakra means “wheel” and refers to energy points in your body.

Chakras are a complex and ancient energy system that originated in India. They were first mentioned in the Vedas, ancient sacred texts of spiritual knowledge dating from 1500 to 1000 BC. 

Chakra (cakra in Sanskrit) means “wheel” and refers to energy points in your body. They are thought to be spinning disks of energy that should stay “open” and aligned, as they correspond to bundles of nerves, major organs, and areas of our energetic body. They affect our emotional and physical well-being.

7 CHAKRAS

What are the main characteristics of each Chakra?

Chakra name: Crown Chakra (head)

  • Colour: Purple
  • Stones: Amethyst, Clear Quartz
  • Malfunctions: Headaches, nightmare, eye problems
  • Helps: Integration, coherence, sense of belonging, spiritual ease

Chakra name: Third eye Chakra (Centre of the forehead)

  • Colour: Indigo
  • Perspicacity
  • Stones: Lapis lazuli, Labradorite, Moonstone
  • Malfunctions:Depression, turmoil, anguish
  • Helps: Comprehension, perception, sense of perspective, vision, intuition

Chakra name: Throat Chakra

  • Colour: Light Blue, Turquoise
  • Communication
  • Stones:Blue lace agate, Celestite, Aquamarine, Turquoise
  • Malfunctions: Stiff necks, sore throat, thyroid problems, hearing problems
  • HelpsCommunication, expression, peace, understanding, heartfelt communication

Chakra name: Heart Chakra 

    Chakra name: Solar plexus Chakra

    • Colour:Yellow
    • Confidence
    • Stones: Citrine, Pyrite, Tiger eye
    • Malfunctions: Poor decision making, low vitality, nervous, and immune system problems
    • HelpsPersonal power, self-reliance, digestion, joyfulness, integrity, self-confidence

    Chakra name: Sacral Chakra 

    • Colour:Orange
    • Passion
    • Stones: Carnelian, Red jasper, Amber, Copper
    • Malfunctions: Boredom, disdain, resentment, holding on the past, bladder and uterine disorders
    • HelpsCreativity, exploration, enjoyment, pleasure, dynamism, curiosity, sensuality

    Chakra name: Root Chakra

    • Colour:Red
    • Stones: Garnet, Ruby, Smoky quartz, Black tourmaline, Obsidian, Black Onyx, Lava stone
    • Malfunctions: Problems associated with the feet, legs, bones and blood, lethargy, arthritis, insecurity, survival issues
    • HelpsPhysical energy levels, fitness, groundedness, practicality

     

    This first article about Chakra is mainly an introductive summup, in order to understand how Chakra's system is organized.

    I have dedicated a detailed information about each Chakra and their main aspects, that I truly recommend you to have a look if you want to understand better the relation between the chakra and our body, and emotions. You can select each of them in the dropdown list of the sub-menu, or clicking on each Chakra name mentioned. 

    I hope this introduce you to a better understanding, it has been extremely helpful for me to research from different sources of information and experts advises.

    Recommended Bibliography:

    https://www.chakras.info/

    Sacred Crystals, by Hazel Raven, New Burlington Press, 2017.

     


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