7 Chakras are channelized and charged, for continuous happy living, when the human beings are surrounded by Positive Energy and they follow their favourable directions. Opening your 7 Chakras and allowing a healthy flow of energy is a powerful tool for staying balanced, maintaining good health and positive thoughts. Chakras are energy transformers and are said to be the spinning wheels of electric energy of different colors that perform many functions connecting our energy fields, bodies and the broader Cosmic Energy Field.

The 7 Chakras are directly connected to and govern the endocrine system that in turn regulates the aging process.The 7 chakras are linking mechanisms between the Auric field and the Meridian System within the physical body and different levels of the auric fields and cosmic forces. They affect the flow of energy into the physical body. They absorb primary energy from the atmosphere and send it along energy channels.

The 7 Chakras in our Body and their Influence in our Life

Sahasrara Chakra

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Sahasrara Chakra is called as “CROWN CHAKRA” is situated at the top of the head and brain. The first of the 7 Chakras. If the Sahasrara Chakra is not activated, it could lead to Depression, Parkinson’s Disease, Schizophrenia, Epilepsy, Senile Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, sundry mental disorders, cause confusion, and induce dizziness.

Ajna Chakra

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AJNA CHAKRA called as “The BROW CHAKRA” is situated in the centre of the forehead. The second of the 7 Chakras. If our AJNA CHAKRA is not activated, it could lead to tension, stress, headache, migraine, visual defects, short-sightedness, long-sightedness, glaucoma, cataracts, sinus problems, ear problems etc.

Vishudha Chakra

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VISHUDHA CHAKRA called as “The THROAT CHAKRA”, is situated in the throat and lung region. This is the third of the 7 Chakras. If our VISHUDHA CHAKRA is not activated, it could lead to Thyroid problems, both over active and under active, Anorexia Nervosa (this is a multi-chakra problem but has a strong connection to the throat chakra), asthma, bronchitis, hearing problems, Tinnitus. It may also be connected to problems with the BROW CHAKRA, problems of the Upper Digestive Tract, Mouth Ulcers, Sore throats, Tonsillitis etc.

Anahata Chakra

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ANAHATA CHAKRA is also known as “The HEART CHAKRA” is situated in the heart region. This is the fourth of the 7 Chakras. If our ANAHATA CHAKRA is not activated, it could lead to heart diseases, diseases of the Immune System for example: Myalgia, Encephalomyelitis- sometimes referred to as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and many other deficiencies of the Immune System, Allergies, Cancer of the Breast etc.

Manipura Chakra

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MANIPURA CHAKRA  is also known as “The SOLAR PLEXUS CHAKRA”, is situated in the Liver, Spleen and Stomach. This is the fifth of the 7 Chakras. If our MANIPURA CHAKRA is not activated, it could lead to Diabetes, Pancreatitis, Liver disease, Peptic ulcer, Colic’s Disease, Gall Bladder Stones etc.

Swadishthana Chakra

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SWADISHTHANA CHAKRA is known as “The SACRAL CHAKRA”, is situated in the Uterus, Large Bowel, Prostate, Ovaries and the Testes region. This is the sixth of the 7 Chakras. If our SWADISHTHANA CHAKRA is not activated, it could lead to Pre-Menstrual Syndrome, Problems with Menstrual Flow, Uterine Fibroids, Ovarian Cysts, Irritable Bowel Syndrome,Endometriosis, Testicular Disease, Prostate Disease etc.

Mooladhara Chakra

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MOOLDHARA CHAKRA is known as “The BASE CHAKRA”, is situated at the Base of the Spine. This is the seventh and the final of the 7 Chakras If our MOOLDHARA CHAKRA is not activated, it could lead to Constipation, Diarrhea, Piles, Colitis, Crohn’s Disease, Cold Fingers and Toes, Frequency of Urination, Hypertension (High Blood Pressure), Kidney Stones, Impotency, Hip related Problems etc.

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