Popular belief holds the body’s chakras as immense pools of energies that govern both our mental and instinctual properties. In the ideal sense, when the chakras are fully open and aligned, they will improve the quality of one’s life and well-being.
There are many methods that you can employ to open your chakras. You can begin with the root chakra. First, ground yourself. Stand with your feet apart, knees slightly bended. Distribute your weight evenly, keeping your body balanced. Be aware of the ground beneath you, feel how it interacts with your body. After you’ve grounded yourself, lower yourself to the ground, sitting cross-legged. Form a circle with your thumbs and index fingers. Concentrate on the root chakra, and how it plays a role in your life. As you do so, chant the sound “Lam” in your head.
From there, move on to the sacral chakra. From sitting on the ground cross-legged, modify your position so that you’re sitting on your knees. Maintain a relaxed but straight back. Next, put your open hands (palms up) on top of your lap, with the thumbs touching. Concentrate on the sacral chakra, and the role it plays in your life. As you do so, chant the sound “Vam” in your head.
Following the sacral chakra is the navel chakra. Remain sitting on your knees. Clasp your hands with the fingers pointing away from you, and place it just underneath your solar plexus. Chant the sound “Ram” in your head as you do so, focusing on the navel chakra and its role in your life.
Moving on to the heart chakra. Revert into the cross-legged position. Allow the tips of your thumbs and index fingers touch. Then, place your left hand on your left knee, and the right on the lower portion of your breastbone. Focus on the heart chakra and how it plays a role in your life, chanting the sound “Yam” in your head as you do so.
As you move on to the throat chakra, go back to sitting on your knees. As you do so, fold your middle and ring fingers and bring them together. Let your thumbs touch on top, and with your little fingers likewise touching on the bottom. Focus on the throat chakra and the role its significance in your life, chanting the sound “Ham” in your head as you do so.
Revert into the cross-legged position before you move on to opening the third eye chakra. Position your hands before the lower part of your breast. Straighten your middle fingers, ensuring that they are straight and kept pointing away from you. Your thumbs should be touching as well, and are pointing towards you. Your other fingers should be touching as well, but bent. Concentrate on the third eye chakra, focusing on the area just above your brow. Chant the sound “Om” in your head as you do so.
Finally, open the crown chakra. Remaining cross-legged, bring your hands together in front of your stomach. Cross your fingers, placing the left thumb under your right. Allow the little fingers to stick straight out and away from you. Focus on the relevance of the crown chakra in your life, chanting the sound “Ng” in your head. Remain in this position for at least ten minutes.
Now that you’ve learned the proper way on how to open chakras, you can start living a more balanced and well-rounded life. In doing so, you can likewise bring balance and peace to those around you, as well.
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