There are seven primary chakras, located along the center line of the upper body, from the bottom of the spine to the top of the head. Each chakra is associated with different glands, organs, body areas, and elements of our life, personality, and spiritual development. The chakras are critical to our physical health, the quality of our life, and our ability to develop spiritually. A healthy chakra is open, allowing energy to flow freely both horizontally, in an exchange of energy with the universe, and vertically, connecting it with the other chakras. It’s very common to have one or more chakras that is blocked or out of balance to some degree. This can cause disruptions in a person’s body, mind, spirit, and life. The Anahata chakra is located in the center of the chest at heart level. Its keywords are “unconditional love,” “healing,” and “connection.” It relates to compassion, healing, divine love, self-love and relationships. Its associated color is green, and its element is air. Situated at the middle of the chakra system, the fourth chakra integrates the upper and lower chakras, unifying physical and spiritual energies, body and spirit. With the fourth chakra, we start to move beyond the
Just like cleansing other parts in the body, cleansing the seven chakras are extremely important to our health. Not only does this benefit our physical health, but also our mental and emotional health as well. It is important to cleanse all seven chakras, but in this article i will show you how to cleanse the Root and Heart Chakra using a yoga exercise.
The heart chakra located at the center of the chest, is the chakra of compassion and love. Your ability handling issues of love, grief, hatred, anger, jealousy, fears of betrayal, and loneliness depends on the condition of your heart chakra.