What are chakras?
The seven chakras are "energy transducers" in the aura. They are
stimulated by sound, colour and mineral vibrations, and integrate physical,
emotional, psychological and spiritual facets of the human into a coherent
whole. There is generally an overlapping and sharing of functions amongst
are the chakras located?
The seven chakras are located roughly near our glands: the names of each
chakra describes roughly where it is located: They are the root chakra,
womb, solar plexus, heart, throat, third eye and crown.
physiological roles of the chakras:
The root and womb chakras are related to generative and sexual functions.
The solar plexus chakra is related to digestion. The heart chakra is related
to the heart and circulation, and the throat chakra is related to the lungs
and the voice, including the ears, nose, and throat. The third eye chakra is
related to vision, the eyes, and the pituitary gland. The crown chakra is
related to the brain, and especially the pituitary and pineal glands.
psychological functions of the chakra:
The three lower chakras are related to our raw emotions and biological
instincts ranging from sexual desire and hunger, into passion, anger,
pleasure and joy and other relatively simple emotional states. The four
higher chakras are related to higher cognitive states - the heart chakra is
related to empathy and understanding, the throat chakra is related to vocal
expression, hearing, and the ability to communicate, the third eye chakra is
related to discriminative cognition and the ability to understand, and the
crown chakra is also related to understanding and comprehension on a
stimulate the chakras:
The chakras can be stimulated by exercise - the
Tibetans have developed rituals that we can
benefit from. These exercises are
included in The
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