There are seven spinning wheels of concentrated energy within the body, called Chakras. Chakra is a Sanskrit term meaning “wheel” or “disk” and is derived from the root word “cakra”. Blocked energy could lead to illness, its important to understand what each energy centre represents to ensure your energy flows freely. Each Chakra vibrates at its own frequency, with corresponding colours that govern functions that help make you healthy, happy and holy (the 3 H's of Kundalini Yoga).
Crown Chakra or Sahasrara Chakra is located at the crown of the head and is our universal connection to beauty and spirituality. It is associated with spirituality, divine wisdom, enlightening, connection to the universe, imagination, awareness, and optimism. It is the center of connecting to something greater than yourself, and expressing wisdom and enlightenment. When the crown chakra is balanced, you feel strong, unclouded and joy for life.
Heart Chakra or Anahata is located in the center of chest). It is the center of sympathy, empathy and love. When the heart chakra is balanced, you feel love and connection to self and others.
The heart chakra is also the center of your spirit as well as the center of the chakras, making it a vital energy center for our spiritual, mental, and physical well-being.
Third Eye or Anja Chakra, located between and just above the eyes, in the center of the brows. The third-eye chakra is associated with the mind, ideas, thoughts, dreams, intuition and psychic abilities. It is centred upon intuition and intellect.It is aslo the center of imagination and balance.
When the intuition chakra is balanced, one feels strong intuition, a connection to true self.
Solar Plexus Chakra is your Power Center. It's located just above your belly button. It is the center of motivation where we set our intentions and desires. When the power chakra is balanced, one achieves goals, is self-confident and has strong motivation and direction.
It is associated with our physical center, personal power, desire, inner-strength, emotions, instincts, and “gut” feelings.
The Throat or Vishuddha Chakra is located at the base of the throat (neck). It is the center of Truth, self-expression and communication.
When the throat chakra is balanced, one has inner trust, inner reliance and easily expresses their ideas and thoughts. Communication through thought, speech and writing.