Do you know how to balance your 7 chakras? Have you heard how chakras can help you to prevent various ailments? Millions of people around the world are engaging for ‘Yoga’. People believe Yoga can provide several health benefits in general. But most of them do not understand how different yoga poses or Asanas, Breathing exercises or Pranayama and meditation affect our Chakras, the Chakras in our body. You can feel healthier with chakra balancing. Yes, Chakras affects our body. These Chakras are called the Energy Wheels situated in particular parts of our body. These Chakras are connected to our specific organs. These Chakras provide our organs the necessary energy to perform their function properly. There are many healing benefits of chakras. Before you reap the benefits of chakras you need to understand how to balance your 7 chakras for holistic healing that help you a lot.
Do you know that there are almost 114 (One Hundred and Fourteen) chakras in the human body? Moreover, there are 7 (Seven) main chakras in the human body which are in the form of Prism. Here we have discussed the importance and how to balance your 7 Chakras in our body and also what you can do with them. If you can awake chakra function then you get several healing spirits with chakra. Let us see how chakra balancing and alignment are connected to each other.
Chakra No 1.
Crown Chakra or Sahasrara Chakra
This chakra is at the top of a human’s head, i.e. the crown. This Chakra is called the genesis of spiritual enlightenment as well as wisdom. The crown chakra or Sahasrara chakra is also called the highest level of consciousness or awareness in us. This Crown chakra mainly shares its association with the pineal gland. Crown chakra uses energies from lower levels of our body to pursue a person’s desires or longings, and also helps to solve mental illnesses. If you do Matsyasana and Sarvangasana on a regular basis you can be benefited in gaining the level of endless intelligence.
Chakra No 2.
Brow or Agyna Chakra
There are different benefits of chakra balancing. This chakra is situated in the center of our forehead. The brow or Agyna chakra, also known as “The Third Eye”. It is a source of introspection, knowledge as well as associated with our master gland or pituitary gland. In the time the chakra used to relieve nasal congestion, it solves confused thinking as well as panic attacks. If you practice yoga Matsyasana and Sarvangasana then these postures or asanas will help you to open up the Agnya Chakra.
Chakra No 3.
Throat or Vishuddhi Chakra
The Throat Chakra is the source of our voice. It is also called the spring of our communication. The chakra associated with thyroid gland in the human body. Awaking this chakra helps to prevent and treat Flu, Shyness in speaking as well as dental problems, with practicing Halasana and Sarvangasana. People often talk about chakra balance energy or sometimes believe that chakra balance heals us.
Chakra No 4.
Heart or Anahata Chakra
As we know our heart is a symbol of our relationships as well as promotes equilibrium in emotions, sacrifice, and love. This chakra is situated just near the heart, due to the reason it is called heart chakra. It affects different parts of the human body, thymus, heart as well as lower lungs. If you want to remove blockage from Anahata chakra, you should practice Ushtrasana and Goumukhasana on a regular basis. You can easily heal the body with this chakra or and can heal mind with chakra.
Chakra No 5.
Navel or Nabhi Chakra
The Nabhi chakra is situated just above the navel, which is connected to the pancreas, bladder as well as the digestive system. If you want to increase your personal power with self-esteem you should practice Dhanurasana and Bhujangasana on a regular basis. You can get awesome affirmation to balance your chakras, and Nabhi chakra is one of them. Most of the people think to realign chakras help them to reap several health benefits.
Chakra No 6.
Sacral or Svadishtana Chakra
The Svadishtana Chakra is situated just below the part of our navel. The Chakra is also called Sacral chakra, which is associated with kidneys, bladder as well as our reproductive organs. This chakra is called the center point of our creativity and reproduction. The chakra mainly stimulates our emotions and also suppressed our desires. If you want to release energies in this chakra you should practice Trikonasana, Ardha Matsyendrasana, and Bhujangasana on a regular basis.
Chakra No 7.
The Muladhara chakra is situated on the base of our spine. The chakra is connected to our adrenal gland. You can imagine this chakra as the base of a tree, in the time which awakens and gives you inner strength as well as stability to the tree, i.e. our life. If you want to awake and energize this chakra you should practice Tadasana, Paschimottanasana, Setubandasana, and Uttanasana on a regular basis.
All the above 7 (Seven) Chakras are essential for the purpose of generating highest energy to our body, eventually for getting emotional as well as spiritual solidity and strength in life. But you should remember one thing, if you know this and also perform these asanas or yoga postures, you will not awaken or balance your 7 chakras only without taking help for a yoga guru who only can teach you and help you to awaken your chakras. You should take advice from an expert yoga guru to get the result and for deep healing and balancing chakra.
When you think to balance your 7 chakras also you should bear in mind that you need to improve the qualities of forgiveness, empathy, transforming the thought process, balancing emotions, ready to accept rejection and giving a helping hand to others, so that you can bring the effect of chakras in life, because understanding chakras is the most essential things for all. So now you can understand the secret of chakras and how you can clearing and balancing chakras by doing yoga or asanas, meditation and breathing exercises.