The Manipura chakra stands for the personal domination of the individual, the formation of personality and the meaning of ‘self’, as against the external world. Thus, separating from when a child reaches puberty, it is related to self respect, self esteem, aspiration, personality, also strength of character.
After the ‘self’ aspects, we come to the place where the physical self meets the spirit. The center to the seven chakras, the Anahata Chakra is known as the center power house of man and stands for complex emotions towards spirituality. The Anahata is where the soul and body meet as also does heaven and earth. The base to complex feelings towards spirituality it is all about unconditional love, confidence, desire, insight and the like.
This is unsurprisingly located near the heart and thus is physically related to it and the entire immune system of man.
Most people are not away that they have a life force energy that is actually run by something that is called a chakra. The chakra is believed to be an axis point on a persons being that interacts with their chakra. The term chakra comes is a Sanskrit term and it means a constantly spinning wheel or a mans aural energy. Each person has what is called, life force energy, and this is run by their chakra. The Hindu writings show that there are more than 88,000 different chakra points in a persons body but they are all focused into 7 main areas or energy axis’. All of the 7 areas go from the base of a persons spine all the way to their head. The seven main chakra’s are as follows; solar plexus/stomach chakra, heart chakra, third eye/brow chakra, crown chakra, naval/sex chakra, base or root chakra and the throat chakra. What these major chakra’s do, is they take energy from a persons surroundings and help to transmit these energies to a person’s body. It is said that they can directly impact the activities of a person in such areas as: psychological, emotional, spiritual or mystical, and even corporeal.
Previous lives: You have to be open to your past lives, especially to the opportunity to learn more things about yourself. The self understanding and sense of purpose this will give you will certainly make all of your other chakra clearing strategies more effective. Live a life anchored on the moral values of respect, trust, decency, genuineness and truthfulness.
This will make you a more dependable individual that others would certainly rely on. Prayer, like meditation can keep your chakras in balance and assist you to sustain good health. Prayer quietens our minds and opens up the chakras. These are all methods of chakra healing which should be included into your life. You may not experience instantaneous results with chakra healing, but if you make these methods a regular part of your day, you’ll quickly see increased wellness, self understanding and happiness through chakra balancing.
The seven chakras is a reference to the seven energy centers in our body. The archaic Sanskrit word which means ‘wheel’ is the direct translation of ‘chakra’. Located within the subtle body of man, these are the energy centers where the energies are received and transmitted. It can be said that these 7 chakras are linked to the major nerves of the human spinal cord and mirrors not only the physical, but also the emotional, spiritual and psychological wellbeing of an individual. The lower most chakra is the base or Muladhar, situated at the final bone of the spinal cord, or the genital and anus area, the Muladhar Chakra is usually referred to as the Root Chakra and is illustrated by a red colored lotus with four petals. Standing for instinct, survival and group identity, it is what grounds men and gives them the security of kinship to a group, their integrity. Have you felt the powerful sensation within while witnessing a close friend’s marriage, or when listening to your country’s national anthem, watching your country win a gold medal? This is your group force and identity and comes from the Base or Root Chakra which is known as the Muladhar Chakra.
No matter if we are sleeping or awake the chakras are continually in motion. Our actions, deeds, glandular processes, structure, appearance and any physical disorders are influenced by this constant activity. An imbalance develops and then makes it known in other areas of our life or body when one or more of these chakras malfunctions for various reasons. This happens because each endocrine gland in our body is linked to one of the seven major chakras. If there is an imbalance of a chakra then it will effect a physical and emotional process that creates a disturbance in the behavior of the endocrine gland that it is specifically linked to.