According to Merriam-Webster, a chakra is “any of several points of physical or spiritual energy in the human body according to yoga philosophy.” To put it simply, chakras are the basis of our human existence. Each one regulates a specific body part and emotion. Learn more about your spiritual and physical self in this introduction to chakras.
“Chakra” is actually Sanskrit for “wheel,” — a fitting translation considering that chakras are often represented as spinning wheels of energy. The earliest record of chakras dates back between 1500 and 500 B.C. in a text called the Vedas. They have also been found in the Shri Jabala Darshana Upanishad, the Cudamini Unpanishad, the Yoga-Shikka Upanishad and the Shandilya Upanishad.
However, chakras weren’t introduced to the West until the early 20th century by Sir John Woodroffe.
Meet the seven chakras. We will go through each one of them starting at the base of the body with the root chakra.
Ensuring a balanced chakra requires you to take care of both your mental and physical health. Neither an overactive or an underactive chakra is healthy. Pay attention to your body. Have you had trouble concentrating lately? Is your throat troubling you? Your body is telling you that it is experiencing an imbalance.
Try some of these methods to help put your chakras back in balance:
Taking care of your body is a vital step to leading a healthy and happy life. And being informed of how your chakras influence your body will definitely help you in this endeavor.
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