Becoming distinct since the time of puberty, the Manipura Chakra is represented by a yellow rose with ten petals. Since it is situated in the pancreas region, physically it deals with all metabolism and digestion issues of man but otherwise, the essential issues are those of development of one’s personality and individuality with self esteem and self respect being some of the important components of the same. The Anahata Chakra is located at the center of the chakra system and being the center power house of the same. It is Represented by a green lotus with Twelve petals. The Anahata chakra is the landmark of body and soul, earth and heaven, Agape, Eros. Spiritually it is all about divine love and it represents complex feelings such as unconditional love, empathy, reliability, inspiration, desire, rejection, balance and the like.
Many people are unsure of what a Chakra is. A chakra is a point on the human body that connects to the energy of life. The word itself is derived from a Sanskrit word that means a constantly spinning wheel or sphere of aural energy that a man has. Many traditional Hindu writings suggest that there are over 85,000 points of Chakra throughout a person’s body. Although, there are seven Chakras that are more important than all of the rest. These Chakras exist from the bottom of the spine all the way up to the top of the head. These seven main chakra points are known as the root or base chakra, the sacral chakra, the solar plexus chakra, the heart chakra, the throat chakra, the third eye chakra and the crown chakra. These seven main chakras receive and transmit energy from the universe, as well as from other people.
These influence all of the activities of the individuals, spiritual, emotional and physical.
There is no need to fear the use of modern medicine since natural healing and modern medicine can work side by side. This can be beneficial to anyone who wants to approach natural healing without the lack of traditional medicine or resources. All living creatures can gain benefits of using natural treatments. It is interesting to note that humans are not the only beings that can benefit from Reiki Chakra healing experiences and practices.
The word Chakra actually has its beginnings in the old Sanskrit word Chakram, which literally means ‘wheel’. This actually refers to the seven wheel energy vortices in our body. Thus, these are whorls of energy located in the ethereal body of an individual where the transference of all of the energy is located.
The seven chakras are related to the major nerve ganglia of the human spinal cord and reflects not only the physical, but also the emotional and spiritual wellbeing of humans. The Base of the 7 Chakras, is situated at the base of the spine, in the genital and anus area and relates to your instincts, our basic identity and survival. This chakra is known as the Muladhar chakra. Have you ever taken notice of the powerful sensation within while watching a close friend’s marriage, or when listening to your country’s national anthem, watching an athelete from your home country winning a gold medal? This is your group force and identity and comes from the Base or Root Chakra known as the Muladhar Chakra.
The crown chakra is the center of our emotion and spiritual needs. It is extremely important that you take care of the crown chakra by detoxifying through fasting and using herbs. If you take the time to influence your chakra then you will be also influencing your health.
You will find that you are more in tune with your surrounding both in a physical sense as well as a metaphysical sense. When we stimulate our chakras we directly influence our health. We move towards being more responsive and spiritual as we attune ourselves completely with our surroundings and the elements of the physical and metaphysical world in which we live.