A person's chakras represent the seven main energy centers in the body. Thousands of years ago, yogis defined through their extraordinary spiritual practice seven basic complex systems that connect our microcosm with the outer macrocosm. Each one of them corresponds to a certain physical area.
The first chakra is called Muladhara or root chakra. In the human body, it is located at the base of the spine, in the area between the anus and the genital organ. It symbolizes objective consciousness in general, consciousness in the physical, material universe. In the material world, it controls the will to survive, the need for material security, the desire for basic material goods and the choice of profession.
The means of awakening this chakra, as well as knowing it, is concentration and meditation on it. One who knows the activation of this energy center can easily overcome their attachment to the material and become extremely brave without the fear of death.
Muladhara focuses on digestion and reproductive well-being. You need to imagine a growing red fountain of light emanating from your belly. The light expands and you inhale it. Gently tell yourself that the energy is flowing freely through your abdomen. Concentration on changing the brightness and structure of this red light is important. Remember that you are safe and sound at the core of your being.
The second chakra is Svadhishthana – the sexual chakra located in the center of the waist. Disharmonious activation can cause states of agitation and mental disturbances. To activate it, one must concentrate and meditate on it and the corresponding energies. In this way, the imagination, intuitive knowledge and excellent mastery of the sexual functions are enriched, along with the entry into the astral worlds. When mastered, the person will appear youthful, have a rich regenerative capacity and overcome death.
After the brilliant red fountain at the first chakra, see the light expand slightly up your body and change color to sparkling orange. Breathe deeply, changing the intensity of the light with each breath. Look down through the light and see where the orange and red meet. Direct your feelings and thoughts in this direction and tell yourself that you are an extraordinary and creative being.
The third energy center is the Manipura, also called the Solar Plexus or Navel Chakra. It represents expanded consciousness and the desire for power. It is responsible for active consciousness and dynamism, will, ego, individuality, self-discipline and intelligence. Disharmonious activation can cause a power struggle in a person and a lot of pain.
To activate this chakra, it is necessary to know love. Concentration and meditation would give the ability to discover the hidden treasures. One who masters it will never be touched by disease, will not be afraid of flames and even if that person sits in the hearth, they will not be touched by pain. That person's will and power are extraordinary.
The orange fountain of light expands up your body to fill the next chakra with bright, yellow light. Think back to the challenges you have at work or with other people. Free yourself from them through this light and let them go out through the top of your head into the Universe. Tell yourself that you are trustworthy and have faith in your life. Look down through the yellow, to the orange and red and imagine each colored light perfectly lined up.
The fourth chakra Anahata - Ajna is located in the area of the cardiac plexus. It symbolizes conscious love, empathy, altruism and vocation. Inharmonious coordination also leads to disturbances in the endocrine gland and more precisely, in the thymus.
When activated, this chakra provokes the awakening of poetry and creativity in a person. Mindful meditation on it can easily lead to experiences of flight in the astral world. However, it is necessary to master the giving of forgiveness.
Breathe in deeply and imagine the yellow light expanding upward and filling the heart area with soothing, flickering green light. This light should pulse with the beat of your heart. Realize that you are loved and alive. Slowly extend the green light out of your body, then align it with the others again. Stay like this by just breathing and feeling.
Vishuddha – is the fifth, the Throat Chakra. It is located in the throat and symbolizes pure consciousness and creativity. Activation and benefits for understanding non-verbal communication. In general, all the gifts, abilities, powers known as siddhi are related to the throat chakra. It is activated through meditation, through which one achieves calmness, impartiality, a pleasant voice, the awakening of artistic inspiration, the ability to faithfully interpret the sacred scriptures, understanding the secret language of dreams.
Breathe into the area of the throat to the larynx, thyroid and auditory functions and imagine it filling with brilliant blue light. Think of all the fears you have and release them with a laughter. Take a deep breath and look down through the blue to the green, to the yellow, to the orange, to the red and imagine them in a perfect line.
Ajna is the Third Eye. The sixth chakrais located in the middle of the forehead, between the eyebrows.
It represents the supreme mental consciousness that favors direct perception of the invisible worlds. Harmonized, Ajna Chakra gives mental insight, self-control, clairvoyance, supreme intuition and extrasensory perception.
The indigo light drifts into the universe, overcoming every obstacle and connecting with the Divine. Tell yourself it is time to quiet your mind, allow it to learn and follow divine guidance. Listen to any intuitive ideas that come to you. Close the light in your body and point it up to the top of your head.
The center of the crown represents Sahasrara, the last seventh chakra. It is located above the crown of the head and is known as the "Supreme Center for Contact with God".
Close your eyes and imagine a sky of golden light. Shoot a violet beam through the top of your head and connect with this sky of golden light. Feel the universe. You are healthy, safe, rich, creative, loved, respected and cared for.