Benefits & Brief Guide How To Do Chakra Meditation!

According to Ayurveda and Indian traditional medicine, there are seven chakras in the body. Those are also called Seven chakras or energy horoscopes. Generally, if three cycles are awakened in a person, then that person is called healthy.

These seven Chakras are awakened when Kundalini is awakened. By awakening these seven chakras, man has knowledge of power and accomplishment. It is said that the person also becomes aware of the future. Science does not believe this, but it is mentioned in our old books and Vedas.

What Is Chakra Meditation?

A chakra or a wheel is a point of prana (energy) in our astral body, located in the physical counterparts of our body such as veins, arteries, and nerves. Meditation is a very beneficial way to release life when life or vitality is blocked. Chakra meditation removes bad energy and invites fresh energy into our system through postures and breathing.

Each of the seven chakras has its own consciousness and is related to our emotional well-being. The Mooladhara or Root Chakra is located at the base of the spine and is related to basic human instinct and existence.

The Swadhisthana Chakra is situated above the Root Chakra on the Sacrum and corresponds to the reproductive cycle. The Manipur Chakra above it is situated in the abdominal area and is related to self-respect, strength, fear, etc. and physically it is related to digestion.

The Anahata Chakra above it is situated in the chest slightly above the heart and is associated with love, inner peace, and devotion. After this, the Vishuddhi Chakra is located in the throat and is related to communication, self-expression, etc.

Above it is the command cycle, which lies between the two eyebrows, and gives the intuition, imagination, and ability to deal with situations. Finally, there is Sahasrara, which is at the top of the head and is associated with inner and outer beauty, connection with spirituality.

When chakra Meditation is practiced, the chakras become balanced and enable our system to function in a stable, balanced manner, both physically and emotionally. These chakras are:

  • Muladhara Chakra or The Root Chakra
  • Svadhisthana Chakra or The Sacral Chakra
  • Manipura Chakra or The Solar Plexus Chakra
  • Anahata Chakra or The Heart Chakra
  • Vishuddha Chakra or The Throat Chakra
  • Ajna Chakra or The Third Eye Chakra
  • Sahasrara Chakra or The Crown Chakra

So, let’s now know in detail about these chakras…

Muladhara Chakra or The Root Chakra:

The Muladhara Chakra is the chakra where the ‘original’ with the Kundalini Shakti governing the body is based or situated. Since this Kundalini, which is the governing power of the body and remains the same, is wrapped in three-and-a-half rounds in this original flesh body, this root and the body where it is based is called Muladhara-Chakra.

Location of Muladhara Chakra:

The location of this chakra is the lowest position of the spine


How to Awaken the Muladhara Chakra:

  • Sit comfortably, keep your spine straight, and focus your attention on your perineum (the space between the anus and the genitals).
  • Draw a circle with your index finger and thumb. Relax the hands while keeping the palms facing the sky at your knees.
  • Inhale deeply and release.
  • Repeat taking 7 to 10 breaths.

The benefits of Muladhara Chakra:

It works to balance the right and left parts of the body, purifying the organs. It maintains the functioning of testis in males and ovaries in females. It gives a sense of valor and joy. The consciousness of 99% of people remains stuck in this cycle.

  • Swadhisthana Chakra / Sacral Chakra

In the Swadhisthana-Chakra, there are six groups of chakras, which are called petals. God Indra is the intended deity of this cycle. The devotee who is constantly engaged in the practice of breathing and breathing, due to his Kundalini upward direction, reaches rest at the Swadhisthana and takes rest.

Location of Swadhisthana Chakra:

Located just behind the urine sac (urinary bladder) in the spine. There are 6 petals in this cycle. When your energy is collected on a cycle, you will have the priority of having fun, walking and moving.


How to Awaken Swadhisthana Chakra:

Rest your both hands on your lap with your left hand, palms facing towards the sky, sit comfortably

Keep your spine straight and focus your attention from an area of one inch below your navel to the first lumbar.

Concentrate up to the vertebral.

Thumbs lightly touch each other.

Inhale deeply and release.

Repeat taking 7 to 10 breaths.

Benefits of Swadhisthana Chakra:

It is helpful in monitoring the genetic, urinary and reproductive systems as well as controlling the secretion of essential hormones. Awakening of this chakra destroys fortunes like cruelty, mistrust, pride, laziness.

  • Manipura Chakra / Solar plexus

The Manipura -Chakra is one such bizarre-cycle; which is such a gem with a sharpness that it continues to act as a supply-officer for all the organs of the body. That is why it is called Manipura-Chakra. Brahma resides on the navel lotus. All the organs and appendages bear the weight of proper fulfillment on the same Manipura-chakra.

Location of Manipura Chakra:

It is right behind the navel. It has 10 petals. The person whose energy is collected here, they do more work and are called karmayogis.


How to Awaken Manipura Chakra:

Pawanmuktasan, Mandukasana, Muktasana, Bhastrika. Do Kapalbhati Pranayama 10 to 15 minutes daily

Benefits of Manipura Chakra:

It is associated with digestive and endocrine gland

Strengthens the digestive system and makes the body warm and cold

Awakening of Manipur Chakra removes craving, fear, shame, hatred, attachment, etc. Self-power increases.

  • Anahata Chakra / Heart Chakra

The golden circle, located in the center of the heart, is a non-chakra chakra embellished with two golden gems with lotus petals. Anahata-chakra is also called the heart-cave in Vedanta, etc., in which the description of where God resides is found.

Location of Anahata Chakra:

The spine is positioned slightly down the back of the heart. There are 12 petals in this cycle.


How To Awaken Anahata Chakra:

Sit comfortably, keep your spine straight and focus your attention from your navel to the solar plexus and the eighth thoracic vertebra.

Keep your fingers straight, looking at each other, touching each other at the top

Draw a ‘V’ shape with your thumbs. The right thumb kept crawling to the left thumb.

Inhale deeply and release.

Repeat taking 7 to 10 breaths.

Benefits of Anahata Chakra:

Cleansing the heart and lungs improves their performance

By its awakening, feelings like treachery, violence, indiscretion, anxiety, fascination, fear are overcome. Love and sensation are aware.

  • Vishuddhi Chakra / Throat Chakra

When the Kundalini-Shakti enters the pure cycle and begins to relax, then the feeling of world renunciation starts to prevail in that Siddha-seeker and in her place the feeling of renunciation starts to be good. The world seems to be in the form of falsehood, illusion-trap, dreaming, etc.

Location of Vishuddhi Chakra:

It is located just behind the thyroid gland in the neck. It is a circle with 16 petals.


How to Awaken Vishuddhi Chakra:

Sit comfortably, keep your spine straight and focus your attention from the base of the throat to the third cervical vertebra.

Make a circle touching both your thumbs and make your fingers cross and have the shape of a loose cup. Raise your hands to the front of your throat, solar plexus, or allow yourself to rest on your lap.

Inhale deeply and release.

Repeat taking 7 to 10 breaths.

Benefits of Vishuddhi Chakra:

Vishuddhi Chakra balances the basal metabolic rate (BMR)

Cleans the whole body

Awakening this 16 petal chakra leads to the knowledge of 16 arts

Earthquake and thirst can be stopped

Weather effects can be stopped.

  • Ajna Chakra / Third Eye Chakra

The red letter in the center is two letters; this circle with two petals with the tip is the command cycle. Its intended principal soul (s) form is word-power or conscious-power or moonlight or divine-light or divine light or spontaneous light or supreme light or self-lit Shiva etc.

Location of Ajna Chakra:

Situated between the two horns on the face. In this cycle, immense Siddhiya and Shaktiya reside.


How to Awaken Ajna Chakra:

Sit comfortably, keep your spine straight and focus your attention on the area of ​​your third eye, starting slightly above the point between the eyebrows to the first cervical vertebrae, including the inner part of the skull

Make the shape of the heart by touching the ends of both your thumbs and both fingers, ring finger and junior touch on the other end of fingers. Make a crown with middle fingers. Raise your hands in front of the third eye, solar plexus, or allow you to rest in your lap.

Inhale deeply and release.

Repeat taking 7 to 10 breaths.

Benefits of Ajna Chakra:

As soon as this chakra is awakened, infinite attainments are attained, the person becomes so capable that he can move from one place to another.

You can attain salvation through this meditation

Maintains mental stability and peace

It opens the wisdom eye of man

  • Sahasrara Chakra or The Crown Chakra

The position of Sahasrara is in the central part of the brain i.e. where the peaks are placed. If a person has reached here by following Yama, the rule, then he is situated in a blissful body.

Location of Sahasrara Chakra:

Located in the middle of the head. It is also called a symbol of peace. This is also called the path of salvation.

How to Awaken Sahasrara Chakra:

When the remaining six are awakened, this cycle is automatically awakened. This chakra is awakened by continuous meditation.

Benefits of Sahasrara Chakra:

Creates harmony in all levels of physical, mental, spiritual and social

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