Chakra and Its Meaning

Chakra and Its Meaning

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Chakra is the concentrated energy centres within the human body that help to regulate all its processes, from organ function to the immune system and emotions. Chakra is a Sanskrit term, and it means “wheel” or “disk” and is derived from the root word “cakra”. From the base of our spine to the crown of our head, we have seven chakras. Each chakra has its vibrational frequency, a specific colour, and governs specific functions.

 

Crown Chakra

Crown chakra disperses the Universal energy or life force into the six other chakras located below it. It is positioned at the top centre of the head, midline between the ears. Crown chakra is also called Sahasrara chakra (The thousand-fold chakra).

The crown chakra is most commonly represented with the white colour, although it can also be represented by violet or violet-white light.

The crown chakra is associated with the following psychological and behavioural characteristics:

  • Consciousness
  • Awareness of higher consciousness, wisdom, of what is sacred
  • Connection with the formless, the limitless
  • Realization, liberation from limiting patterns
  • Communion with higher states of consciousness, with
  • Ecstasy, bliss
  • Presence

The most powerful way to heal the crown chakra is through meditation. This is because of the ties between the crown chakra and spirituality. Some associated Bija mantras are Om or Ah or Soham. The sound of Om is very useful to heal crown chakra. Using Tibetan singing bowl is also an effective way to treat the crown chakra.

 

Third Eye Chakra

Third eye chakra enables you to see things as they indeed are, but even the slightest imbalance can damage your psychological, emotional, and physical health. It is positioned at the forehead; between the eyebrows, also called Aagya Chakra or Guru Chakra.

The natural colour of this chakra is indigo. Insight, intuition, awareness, and guidance are the properties of this Aagya chakra.

The third eye chakra is associated with the following psychological and behavioural characteristics:

  • Vision
  • Intuition
  • Perception of subtle dimensions and movements of energy
  • Psychic abilities related to clairvoyance and clairaudience especially
  • Access to mystical states, illumination
  • Connection to wisdom, insight
  • Motivates inspiration and creativity

The most powerful way to heal the Aagya chakra is through meditation. Some associated Bija mantras are Sham or Aum or Om. The sound of Om is very useful to heal Third eye chakra. Using Tibetan singing bowl is also an effective way to improve the Third eye chakra.

 

Throat Chakra

The throat chakra is the passage of the energy between the lower parts of the body and the head. It supports us to communicate with others. It is positioned at the centre of the neck at the level of the throat, also called Vishuddha Chakra.

The colour of the throat chakra is blue. This chakra is related to the element of sound.

The Throat chakra is associated with the following psychological and behavioural characteristics:

  • Expression, in particular, ability to express your truth, to speak out
  • Communication, whether it’s verbal or non-verbal, external or internal
  • Connection with the etheric realm, the more subtle realms of spirit and intuitive abilities
  • The propensity to create, projecting ideas and blueprints into reality
  • Realizing your vocation, purpose
  • Good sense of timing

The most powerful way to heal the Vishuddha chakra is through meditation. The associated Bija mantra of this chakra is Hum. The sound of hum is very useful to heal throat chakra. Using Tibetan singing bowl is also an effective way to heal the Throat chakra. Lack of control over one’s speech, speaking too much or inappropriately, excessive fear of speaking, small and hidden voice, not being able to keep secrets or to keep your word, telling lies; these type of mental imbalance can be healed by Vishuddha Chakra meditation using the singing bowl.

 

Heart Chakra

The Heart Chakra is known as the balance point of all the seven chakras. It is positioned at the centre of the breastbone, also called Anahata Chakra.

Green is the colour of this chakra and is associated with air. This Chakra deals with love and relationships and represents the energy centre for an individual’s happiness and feelings of compassion.

The Heart chakra is associated with the following psychological and behavioural characteristics:

  • Capacity to love
  • Integration, a bridge between earthly and spiritual aspirations
  • Transcending personal identity and limitations of the ego
  • Experience of unconditional love and connection with all
  • Heart-centred discernment
  • Appreciation of beauty in all things
  • Experiencing deep and meaningful relationships

 

The most powerful way to heal the heart chakra is through meditation. The associated Bija mantra is Yam. The sound of yam is very useful to heal the heart chakra. Using Tibetan singing bowl is also an effective way to heal the Anahat chakra.

 

Solar Plexus Chakra

The Solar Plexus chakra is related to the expression of will, personal power, and mental abilities. It is positioned at the solar plexus area or upper part of the belly, where your diaphragm rests, and also called Manipura Chakra.

Its colour is yellow, and the natural element is fire.

The Solar Plexus chakra is associated with the following psychological and behavioural functions:

  • Expression of will
  • Intellectual abilities
  • The “accounting mind” that categorizes everything assesses the pluses and minuses in life
  • Personal power
  • Ability to establish ideas and plans into reality
  • At higher levels, it conveys wisdom

The most powerful way to heal the Solar Plexus chakra is through meditation. The associated Bija mantra is Ram. The sound of Ram is very useful to heal Manipura chakra. Using Tibetan singing bowl is also an effective way to heal the Solar Plexus chakra.

Sacral Chakra

The sacral chakra is associated with emotions, sensuality, and creativity. Its energy is characterized by flow and flexibility. It is positioned at about three inches below the navel, at the centre of your lower belly. In the back, it’s located at the level of the lumbar vertebrae. Sacral Chakra is also called Swadhisthana Chakra.

Svadhistana is associated with the element water, and its colour is orange.

The sacral chakra is associated with the following psychological and behavioural functions:

  • Emotions, feelings
  • Relationships, relating
  • Expression of sexuality, sensual pleasure
  • Feeling the outer and inner worlds
  • Creativity
  • Fantasies

The most powerful way to heal the Sacral chakra is through meditation. The associated Bija mantra is Vam. The sound of vam is very useful to heal Svadhisthana chakra. Using Tibetan singing bowl is also an effective way to heal the Sacral chakra.

 

Root Chakra

Root chakra provides the foundation on which we build our life. It supports us in growing and feeling safe into exploring all the aspects of life and also related to our feeling of safety and security, whether it’s physical or mental. It is positioned at the base of the spine, also called Muladhara Chakra.

The colour associated with the root chakra is red. It is naturally associated with the element earth.

The root chakra is associated with the following functions or behavioural characteristics:

  • Security, safety
  • Survival
  • Basic needs (food, sleep, shelter, self-preservation, etc.)
  • Physicality, physical identity and aspects of self
  • Grounding
  • Support and foundation for living our lives

The most powerful way to heal the Root chakra is through meditation. The associated Bija mantra is Lam. The sound of Lam is very useful to heal Muladhara chakra. Using Tibetan singing bowl is also an effective way to heal the Root chakra. Excessive negativity, doubtfulness, eating disorders, greed, materialism, Illusion, extreme feeling of insecurity; these type of mental imbalance can be healed by Muladhara Chakra meditation using the singing bowl.

 

Thamelshop has many types of traditionally handmade Tibetan Singing Bowl. You can contact us for more detail as we supply these healing bowl in wholesale and retail. Thamelshop is an online store based in Australia, but we ship our handmade, eco-friendly, and quality product all over the world.

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