Chakras

What you​ Need to​ Know About the​ 7 Chakras


The word chakra comes from the​ sanskrit meaning wheel or circle. There are seven chakras or wheels from the​ base of ​ your spine to​ ​ the​ top of ​ your head. the​ function of ​ each of ​ the​ chakras is​ ​ to​ ​ spin and rotate and keep the​ spiritual,​ mental,​ emotional,​ and physical body all in​ ​ alignment. When we get sick or ill,​ it ​ is​ ​ a​ ​ sign that one or more of ​ the​ chakras is​ ​ out of ​ alignment.
The crown chakra is​ ​ one of ​ consciousness and is​ ​ the​ master to​ ​ all the​ others. it ​ is​ ​ compared to​ ​ the​ pituitary gland. Symbolized by a​ ​ lotus plant with a​ ​ thousand petals,​ it ​ is​ ​ found outside the​ body above the​ head.
The brow chakra is​ ​ compared to​ ​ the​ pineal gland. it ​ is​ ​ the​ chakra of ​ time and light. the​ symbol is​ ​ a​ ​ lotus plant with two petals. it ​ is​ ​ located between the​ eyes on​ the​ forehead. it ​ is​ ​ also known as​ the​ third eye chakra.
The throat chakra is​ ​ in​ ​ charge of ​ communication and other forms of ​ expression. This chakra is​ ​ compared to​ ​ the​ thyroid gland. it ​ is​ ​ located in​ ​ the​ throat area of ​ the​ neck and is​ ​ symbolized by a​ ​ lotus plant with sixteen petals.
The heart chakra is​ ​ one of ​ higher emotions,​ love,​ compassion,​ and well-being. it ​ is​ ​ compared to​ ​ the​ thymus. it ​ is​ ​ a​ ​ part of ​ the​ immune system and the​ endocrine system. Symbolized by a​ ​ lotus plant with twelve petals,​ it ​ is​ ​ located in​ ​ the​ center of ​ the​ chest.
The solar plexus chakra is​ ​ related to​ ​ higher emotion and energy and is​ ​ compared to​ ​ the​ pancreas and outer adrenal glands. Digestion is​ ​ the​ conversion of ​ food into energy for the​ well being of ​ the​ self. This chakra is​ ​ symbolized by a​ ​ lotus plant with ten petals. it ​ is​ ​ located right underneath the​ ribcage.
The sacral chakra related to​ ​ base emotion and sexuality. This chakra is​ ​ compared to​ ​ the​ ovaries or testes. Symbolized by a​ ​ lotus plant with six petals,​ it ​ is​ ​ located in​ ​ the​ groin area.
The root chakra is​ ​ related to​ ​ our intuition,​ instincts,​ and survival. it ​ is​ ​ compared to​ ​ the​ inner adrenal glands and the​ adrenal medulla in​ ​ the​ kidney. it ​ is​ ​ symbolized by a​ ​ lotus plant with four petals and is​ ​ located at the​ base of ​ the​ spine.
Chakras Chakras Reviewed by Henda Yesti on December 25, 2017 Rating: 5

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