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What are chakras?

There are seven major energy storage spots in the human body, called chakras. “Chakra” is a Sanskrit word that means wheel. The chakras are power centres that generate, absorb, save, and distribute chakra-related energy to meet the needs of the body, mind, and soul.

Each chakra will both generate its own energy and absorb life force energy from the universe. It will accumulate related energies and distribute them to related body parts and organs as needed. Deficiency, weakness, and obstruction in energy flow to the chakras cause diseases in their associated parts and functions and may also result in some problems in daily life. By balancing those chakras, you can eliminate all illnesses and misery from human life.

 

The seven chakras and their positions

1.The Muladhara Chakra
The first or base chakra of the human body is called Muladhara. It is also referred to as the base or root chakra. It is located at the end of the spine, in the so-called tail. Its base colour is red; its natural element is earth. Its role is to produce, supply, and regulate human beings’ fundamental needs and emotions.

2. Svadhisthana Chakra
The second chakra of the human body is called Svadhisthana. It is also referred to as the sacral chakra. It is located two inches below the navel. Its base colour is orange. and its natural element is water. Its role is to influence and instigate human emotions and desires.

3. Manipura Chakra
The third chakra of the human body is called Manipuraka. It is also known as the solar plexus or nabhi chakra. It is located between the navel and the chest. Its base colour is yellow, and its natural element is fire. Its role is to influence one’s self-respect, self-assurance, and moral character.

4. Anahata Chakra
The fourth chakra of the human body is called Anahata. It is also known as the heart chakra. It is located in the chest region, close to the heart. Its base colour is green and its natural element is air. Its role is to cultivate and maintain feelings of love, affection, kindness, peace, and joy.

5. Vishuddha Chakra
The fifth chakra of the human body is called vishuddha. It is also known as the throat chakra. It is located behind the throat cavity in the neck. Its base colour is blue, and its natural element is wood. Its role is to provide care and protection, as well as communication, integrity, and discipline.

6. Ajna Chakra
The sixth chakra of the human body is called Ajna. It is also known as the brow or third eye chakra. It is located between the brows of both eyes. Its base colour is indigo, and its natural element is intellect. Its role is to support and uphold rationality, creativity, intelligence, and the capacity for thought.

7. Sahasrara Chakra
The seventh chakra of the human body is called sahasrara. It is also known as the crown chakra. It is located one inch above the head. Its base colour is purple, and its natural element is the universe. Its role is to discover the universe’s mysteries and become wise.

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