Hello good people. As promised, you will read today about each chakra and where they are placed.
Here we go:
The first three chakras, starting at the base of the spine are chakras of matter. They are more physical in nature.
The First Chakra: the Muladhara is the chakra of stability, security, and our basic needs. It encompasses the first three vertebrae, the bladder, and the colon. When this chakra is open, we feel safe and fearless.
The Second Chakra: the Svadhisthana chakra is our creativity and sexual center. It is located above the pubic bone, below the navel, and is responsible for our creative expression.
The Third Chakra: the Manipura chakra means lustrous gem and it’s the area from the navel to the breastbone. The third chakra is our source of personal power.
The Fourth Chakra is the connection between the matter and spirit. It is located at the heart center, Anahata is at the middle of the seven and unites the lower chakras of matter and the upper chakras of spirit.
The fourth is also spiritual but serves as a bridge between our body, mind, emotions, and spirit. The heart chakra is our source of love and connection.
The Fifth Chakra: Vishuddha It’s located in the area of the throat. This is our source of verbal expression and the ability to speak our highest truth. The fifth chakra includes the neck, thyroid, and parathyroid glands, jaw, mouth, and tongue.
The Sixth Chakra: Ajna is located between the eyebrows. It is also referred to as the “third eye” chakra. It’s our center of intuition. We all have a sense of intuition but we may not listen to it or heed its warnings. Focus on opening the sixth chakra will help you hone this ability.
The Seventh Chakra: Sahaswara or the “thousand petal lotus” is located at the crown of the head. This is the chakra of enlightenment and spiritual connection to our higher selves, others, and ultimately, to the divine. It is located at the crown of the head.
Next time, I will write about the connection between the Chakras and the Gemstone, I didn’t want that the blog is too long, see you on the next blog