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  • 1 root muladara chakra

    1 Muladhara Chakra (root chakra)

    1  Muladhara Chakra (root chakra)

    Muladhara or the root chakra is located at the base of the spine. This chakra is the most important chakra as it provides support for the six chakras that are aligned above it. This chakra will keep us grounded and well balanced.

    It is a rich red colour and its corresponding element is earth.  Muladhara connects us to the earth. When balanced it reminds us that we are protectors of the earth not destroyers.

    It is associated with bones, blood, immune system, colon, rectum, legs and feet, large intestine, the excretory organs, adrenal glands and our survival instinct.

    A well-balanced first chakra results in a feeling of calm and an aura of quiet strength and confidence.

  • 2 sacral svadishtana chakra

    2 Svadhishthana Chakra (the sacral chakra)

    Svadhishthana Chakra (the sacral chakra).

    The Svadhishthana Chakra is located just below the navel. It is orange in colour and its corresponding element is water.

    This chakra governs the emotional and sensual aspects of our lives. When this chakra is unbalanced it is greatly reflected in our emotional behaviour

    The element of this chakra (water) is a constant reminder that we all experience movement and emotional changes. Water moves freely, when it is out of control it is extremely powerful.

    It is associated the lymphatic system, kidneys, bladder, lower intestine, sexual and reproductive organs, taste, vitality, creativity and compulsiveness.

    A well-balanced second chakra will result in a satisfied appetite for life, physical gratification, emotional fulfillment and creative expression.

  • 3 solar manipura chakra

    3 Manipura Chakra (the solar plexus chakra).

    3.  Manipura Chakra (the solar plexus chakra).

    Manipura chakra – literally translates to mean “The City of Jewels”. When Manipura is balanced it will bring riches such as clarity, wisdom, bliss, self-confidence, self- assurance and the ability to make the correct decisions.


    Manipura gives us our “get up and go”. It is yellow in colour and its corresponding element is fire. This fire is regarded as having the ability to burn away negativity making way for positive change.

    It is associated with the stomach, liver, nervous system, gallbladder, small intestine, spleen, pancreas, lower back,  sight and emotions such as jealousy and self- pity.

    A well-balanced third chakra results in high self-esteem and the ability to accept responsibility for yourself, while assuming personal authority over your life.


  • 4 heart anahata chakra

    4 Anahata Chakra (the heart chakra)

    4   Anahata Chakra (the heart chakra).

    Anahata translates from Sanskrit to mean “unstruck” or “unhurt”, meaning that beneath any personal suffering and heartbreak resides unconditional love and compassion. Anahata is not to be underestimated the energy contained here is boundless, infinite and powerful.

    Anahata Chakra is located in the centre of the chest, it is coloured green and its corresponding element is air. When this chakra is balanced we enjoy a sense of peace and harmony.

    It is associated with the heart, circulation, arteries, blood pressure, lungs, ribs, upper back and emotions such as love, empathy, compassion and humanity.

    A well-balanced fourth chakra will result in stimulating your highest ideals and desires, and leave you feeling positive and nurturing.

  • 5 throat vishudda chakra

    5 Vishhuddha (the throat chakra)

    5   Vishhuddha (the throat chakra).

    Visha means impurity or poison and Shuddhi means purification. This Chakra is  therefore the centre of physical and spiritual purification. Vishhuddha is sky blue in colour, its corresponding element is ether and it largely influences our creativity, confidence and ability to express ourselves.

    It is associated with the throat, neck, jaw, shoulders, arms, hands, thyroid, trachea, esophagus, neck, mouth, teeth, ears expression and creativity.

    A well-balanced fifth chakra awakens in you the truth that your life is built on your words, thoughts, beliefs and ideas.

  • 6 brow ajna chakra

    6 Ajna (the brow chakra)

    6   Ajna (the brow chakra).

    This chakra is indigo in colour and also known as the third eye it is located just above the centre of the eyebrows. A healthy

    Brow Chakra will provide us with the ability to experience our true existence it allows us to see the “bigger picture” of life.

    It is associated with the head (including your brain), eyes, all sense organs, your nervous system endocrine system, extra-sensory perception (ESP) and the astral world.

    A well-balanced sixth chakra awakens your ability to look at life with a creative, positive point of view.


  • 7 crown sahasrara chakra

    7 Sahasrara (the crown chakra)

    7   Sahasrara (the crown chakra)

    This chakra is also known as the lotus with a thousand petals, it is violet in colour. The Crown Chakra is viewed as a gateway to a higher state of awareness. This chakra is located on and above the top of the head. A healthy crown chakra will provide knowledge, wisdom and a spiritual connection.

    It is associated with the pineal gland, brain, spinal cord, nervous system and pure consciousness.

The Chakras:-

Chakras are dense areas of pranic energy that spin in a clockwise direction. Chakras are positioned all over the body, the seven major ones are located between the base of the spine and the crown of the head. Each one influences and balances different emotions, conditions, behaviours, senses, organs and body parts. They are different in colour, frequency and size. When one of these chakras becomes unbalanced it can affect our entire wellbeing.


Chakra Healing:-

In order for us to experience good health physically and emotionally it is important that the Chakras are clear, balanced and resonating correctly. This healing has been devised to help you achieve this by bringing your focus to the locations of the chakras and their associated colors whilst performing healing that will stimulate the seven main Chakras.


A primary focus of chakra healing is to build heat by charging battery of the body, which is based in the lower three centres. As this energy is aroused and consciously directed from the lower chakras to the upper ones, our biological prana awakens to its evolutionary potential. Awakened prana, called kundalini, carries out healing and cleansing at an accelerated level resulting in the purification of the nerve channels in the body as well as cleansing kriyas-all of which prepare the body for accelerated spiritual development.


Using these healing you will be able to clear your mind and remove any blockages or obstructions to the flow of prana both within the Chakras and around your physical body. This will promote a sense of vitality and well being and will help to awaken your spiritual energy.

In each chakra six things are combined :

1) the chakra color,

2) the petals of the lotus flower,

3) the yantra or geometrical shape,

4) the bija mantra,

5) the animal symbol, represent your previous evolution and instincts

6) the higher or divine symbol. represent higher consciousness.



The method of chakra healing is through chanting mantra.  When you practise the mantra incessantly, it develops in you the vision of a higher force and enables you to live amidst the sensualities of life with indifference to them.

When you throw a pebble into a still lake, it produces circular ripples. In the same way, when you repeat a mantra over and over again, the sound force gathers momentum and creates vibrations in the ocean of the mind. When you repeat the mantra it permeates every part of your brain and purifies your whole physical, mental and emotional body.

The mantra must be chanted loudly, softly, on the mental plane and on the psychic plane.

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