A beginner's guide to the seven energy centers and how to balance them.
The word "chakra" comes from Sanskrit and roughly translates as "wheel". It refers to locations throughout the body at which energy is concentrated into whirling vortices. It is said that, as they spin, they absorb power from their physical environment and transmute it into spiritual substance.
They have also been described as "lotuses" in ancient Indian scriptures, which conveys both their appearance and, because the lotus is such a sacred flower in the east, their value. Though the term for these energy stations comes from India, this is by no means the only culture that has perceived their existence. Indeed, civilizations around the world have both identified and worked with them.
Each center has a unique appearance, specific attributes, and corresponding functions. The sites, according to clairvoyants, are brilliant, ever-rotating vortices made of colored light.
An alternative way of describing a chakra is to see it as a center of awareness. Each one is linked to different developmental stages, beginning with the most basic and ending with complete transformation and awakening. Each stage builds upon the other, and includes physical, psychological, and spiritual components.
During the course of this book we will explore:
The nature of the chakra system
The root chakra: Muladhara
The sacral chakra: Svadhishthana
The navel chakra: Manipura
The heart chakra: Anahata
The throat chakra: Vishuddha
The third-eye chakra: Ajna
The crown chakra: Sahasrara
Chakra balance and relationships
Learn about the true nature of your being.
Find the peace and balance you seek.
Achieve greater spiritual growth.
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