We are highly sensitive beings who hold a larger energetic body than physical body. The energetic body is made up of seven chakras.
What are chakras?
Chakras are energetic centers of the body that range from your sacrum all the way up to your head. There are seven (main) energy centers recognized commonly as the areas that harness the body's energy (known as the Kundalini).
Why are the chakras so important?
Chakras pick up energy and stress that can be stored in these locations. Since the chakras are directly linked to the endocrine system, an energetic or stress buildup can create a blockage. If it is not released, the blockage can lead to dehydration, illness or disease. In order to maintain optimal health and energy, all of the chakras must be balanced.
What do chakras do?
Yoga theories state that a new chakra opens every seven years, for a seven-year interval. Thus, expanding our consciousness and creating more self awareness. With our current knowledge of yoga, kundalini and breath work, we are easily able to access and open other chakras earlier than previously determined, allowing us to obtain self awareness and enlightenment younger than ever.
Below is a list of the chakras, their locations and emotions associated with them.
Location: base of spine
Endocrine Gland: sexual organs
Emotions: survival issues (finance, independence, money, food, basic needs)
Location: lower abdomen
Endocrine Gland: adrenals
Emotions: abundance, well-being, pleasure, sexuality, creativity
Endocrine Gland: pancreas
Emotions: self-worth, self-esteem, confidence
Location: center of the chest
Endocrine Gland: thymus
Emotions: love, peace, joy
Endocrine Gland: thyroid
Emotions: communication, feelings
Endocrine Gland: pituitary
Sense: extra-sensory perception
Emotions: wisdom, intuition
Location: top of head
Endocrine Gland: pineal
Sense: all senses
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