Your chakras are energy centers that absorb and hold memory and vibration and regulate your life force. When these centers are blocked sluggish or imbalanced, it can cause you to be stuck in negative patterns of thinking and behavior. Your fears and beliefs contribute to how open or balanced your chakras are.
Each chakra corresponds to specific areas of your physical bodies, related emotional issues, as well as archetypes. Eastern cultures have recognized for centuries the importance of balancing your chakras for optimal emotional, physical, spiritual and mental health.
Each meditation in this series focuses on a different chakra.
The root chakra is associated with our animal instincts of survival and self- preservation – food, shelter, health and security.
The sacral chakra’s focal issues are your emotions, sexuality, creativity, pleasure, well-being, relationships and abundance.
The third chakra is associated with personality and will power, self- esteem and personal identity.
The heart chakra represents compassion, selfless love, personal love, universal love, your capacity to feel, express yourself emotionally, and to participate in true partnerships where both partners are equally powerful and vulnerable.
The throat chakra is associated with sound, creative self-expression, speech and communication, will and timing.
The brow chakra, also referred to as The Third Eye chakra, is associated with sight, both intuitively and physically, and is related to perception, thought, and morality.
The crown chakra symbolizes purity and spirituality. Its function is to open you to the light of spirit, which is connected to Source.
Your chakras are energy centers that absorb and hold memory and vibration and regulate your life force. Your fears and beliefs contribute to how open or balanced your chakras are.