What are chakras?
The word chakra comes from the ancient Indian Sanskrit word and represents the energy center of the body. Each person’s body has seven chakras, including the bottom chakra, navel chakra, sun chakra, heart chakra, throat chakra, forehead chakra and crown chakra, which correspond to and govern the seven parts of the human body. The ancient Indians believed that if the chakras were out of balance, the body would be unwell, confused, or emotionally abnormal; On the contrary, if the seven chakras are balanced, the body and mind will naturally be comfortable, which will positively affect our lives.
Chakras and Yoga
First understand the physical condition through the chakras, and then combine it with the corresponding yoga to balance the various energies of the body, and the two complement each other. The various postures of yoga also awaken the flow of life in the chakras, which are used to balance and stimulate different parts of the body, rebalance the body, mind and soul, and exert their health and healing effects.
About the author:
Dr. Anodea Judith, Ph.D., who specializes in chakra and healing, founded the Sacred Centers led workshops around the world, and is recognized as the premier chakra expert in the United States, as well as a body healer, counselor, yoga teacher, and workshop leader.