If you clicked on this article you probably already heard about the Chakras and you might want to know more about how to balance your Chakra points and the benefits.
Every day people are awakening and starting to be more aware that the world we live in is made of different energies which impact your physical, emotional and spiritual health.
This articles will explain how you balance your chakras for beginners and advanced.
Here are the step by step 5 different ways to use the chakra healing to transform your life and how can you actually use this;
1. Meditation of the Seven Waves of Sat Nam
How can you actually use this?
In the tradition of Kundalini Yoga, we pass on a meditation on the Seven Chakras which is a good starting point to open the spirit to new knowledge and also to free oneself from unwanted behavior patterns.
Regularly practicing this meditation is an excellent support to the practice of yoga, as it prepares us to accept the teachings and new experiences.
It can also help us to let go bad habits and negative mental patterns prepare us for change and listen to us through the gradual concentration on the chakras, of our whole being.
Chakra Healing Meditation is based on the recitation of a fundamental mantra of Kundalini Yoga, SAT NAM, which means "true identity".
L'ets get straight into it:
Duration: from a minimum of 3 minutes for beginners to a maximum time of 11 minutes for those who have mastered this meditation.
Simple position and mudra of prayer:
1. It starts in a simple position, keeping a slight Jalandhara Bandha.
2. The eyes are closed and focused on the point between the eyebrows.
3.The hands are closed in the prayer mudra,
the thumbs are facing the chest and touch the central part of the breastbone.
4. Inhale deeply, focusing on the breath, and with the exhalation vibrate the SAT sound in six waves and let NAM be the seventh.
With each wave the awareness stops on a chakra point, starting from the first to the sixth and produces, on each point identified a slight contraction.
first point, the rectum.
second point, the genital organs.
third point, the navel.
fourth point, the heart.
fifth point, the throat.
sixth, the point between the eyebrows.
By vibrating the Nam, the awareness reaches the seventh chakra, the top of the head, and from there the energy comes out and radiates into the infinite.
Continue for 3-11 minutes, progressively you can get to 31 minutes.
If you can bring this meditation to 31 minutes a day, the mind will be purified, as the waves of the ocean wash the sandy beach.
The Sat Nam mantra: breaking the patterns
The Sat Nam mantra is a Bij Mantra (mantra seed): the Bij Mantra are sounds that can totally recreate patterns of habits.
We all have habits patterns, we could not work without them, but sometimes the schemes we have created are not intended: you have changed and you want to change the patterns too.
By vibrating the Sat Nam sound current in this way, activate the energy of the mind that cancels and establishes the patterns.
This Chakra meditation is a good introduction to Kundalini Yoga since one of its characteristics is to open the mind to new experiences.
Even a student who is already an expert in kundalini yoga can continue to benefit from this meditation, which is very useful for eliminating the effects of a busy and hectic day before starting another deep meditation.
After vibrating the Sat Nam mantra, you will feel calm, relaxed and mature.
2. Essential Oils
Essential oils also form an important part of Chakra healing and are generally used combined with massage techniques. Below is a list of recommended oils for each Chakra:
1st Chakra: St. Johnís Wort, Angelica, Patchouli and Frankincense
2nd Chakra: Orange, Neroli, Clove, Juniper, and Rosemary
3rd Chakra: Lemon, Rosemary, Peppermint, Yarrow, and Marjoram
7th Chakra: Geranium, Myrrh, Gotu Kola and Sandalwood
4th Chakra: Melissa, Rosewood, Basil, and Rose
5th Chakra: Lemongrass, Sage, and Blue chamomile
6th Chakra: Clary sage, Elemi, Spruce and Lavender
and Seven Chakras (Root Chakra, Sacral Chakra, Solar Plexus Chakra, Heart Chakra, Throat Chakra, Third Eye Chakra and the Crown Chakra)
It is almost spontaneous to approach these different energetic manifestations (mathematical frequencies).
Let's see if this operation can be based on something understandable or if it is pure abstract philosophy.
Some people think about starting from the note DO with the first Chakra, and then continuing up to the seventh (DO, RE, MI, FA, SOL, LA SI, DO).
This approach is a bit arbitrary and is not based on energy considerations except for the growing order.
In other interpretations, we can base ourselves on the phenomenon of natural harmonics, and therefore be combining the seven Chakras with the first seven harmonics of a basic sound, but even here the problem is the choice of the starting note.
Nada Yoga solves this problem by indicating a different base note for each individual called "personal tonic".
This could be interesting, but the colors are the same for everyone and we do not forget that the frequencies we live in are the same for everyone as well, for example, we are all subject to the frequency of the Earth's electromagnetic field, that is the famous Schumann frequency of 7, 83 Hz.
Some think that this frequency should do well and others think the opposite.
Studies have shown that 432 Hz is the best frequency sound for feeling the energy in your body.
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