What are Chakras?
There are as many different philosophical approaches to Chakras, around the world, as there are different countries and cultures. Although there are many more, there are seven most commonly known chakras in the human body.
The Root Chakra represents the foundation and the sensation of being grounded.
The root chakra is located at the base of the spine or tailbone area.
The sacral chakra represents the human connection with others, and the ability to accept both old and new experiences.
The Sacral Chakra can be found approximately 2″ below the navel, around the lower abdomen.
The Solar Plexus Chakra represents the ability to feel more confident and in control of situations and of life generally.
The Solar Plexus Chakra is found in the upper abdomen area in the stomach.
One’s ability to love and care for other sentient beings, both generally, such as showing and feeling compassion, as well as in a romantic sense
The Heart Chakra can be found in the center of the chest, just above the heart.
A person’s ability to speak and communicate with others is guided by the Throat Chakra, which is located in the throat itself.
The Third Eye Chakra guide’s the ability to focus, and the ability to see, focus and comprehend situations.
The Third Eye Chakra is also often focused on when meditating or when trying to achieve astral projection or out of body experiences.
The Third Eye Chakra can be found in the middle of the forehead, just above and between the eyes.
The Crown Chakra is used when one wishes to be fully connected spiritually.
It is located on the very top of the head.
All chakras act as a valuable part of the human body’s energy system. It acts similarly to an energy grid, which connects one person to another, to the world around each person and situations humans find themselves in.