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  • Writer's pictureShruti GOCHHWAL

How To Balance Chakras: A Guide To Most Simple And Quick Techniques | Chakra Balancing

Meditation is a practice that is undertaken to not only become more calm and aware but also to emotionally heal yourself. In today’s era, that is characterised by hectic lifestyle and little to no time for oneself, meditation has become essential. There are many types of meditation that you can practice whenever you are feeling disassociated with the world and disconnected with yourself. One of the most noteworthy meditation techniques is that of chakra meditation. It is done for the purpose of chakra balancing.

Chakras are sources or wheels of energy that are present in your body. When they are blocked or unbalanced, you can face several problems pertaining to your mental and physical health. Often people find that they are consistently suffering from mental health issues like low self esteem, anxiety, fears of rejection, and are not able to express themselves openly. They may also feel that they are turning fragile in life’s hardships and adversities. Health issues like body pain, reproductive problems, and digestive problems are common in today’s generation. Nothing happens without any reason and the reason behind all such mental and physical issues primarily concerns the sources of energy or chakras in your body. They influence your overall well-being in a huge way and once you begin to know about them and what they do you will become eager to try out chakra meditation and use chakra balancing techniques.

What Is a Chakra?

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Depiction of various chakras, Credit: Canva

‘Chakra’ is a word belonging to the ancient indian language, sanskrit. It can be translated in english as a ‘wheel’. As mentioned before, a chakra or wheel is a center of energy that is present inside every human being’s body. In all, there are 7 wheels or chakras inside your body and each of them govern different energy centers in your body. The seven chakras start at the base of your spinal cord and move upward till the crown of your head.

Did you know that these seven chakras govern every system in your body. From your emotional health to your mental and physical health all of it is being actively regulated by these chakras. Let us take a look at all the seven chakras or energy wheels that reside in your body. Thereafter you will find how to balance them, also called chakra balancing.

  1. Root Chakra, or Muladhara, is present at the end of your spine. It is represented by the colour red. This chakra represents the element Earth. When this chakra is balanced, you feel a sense of security, calmness, and you feel ready to confront and address life’s challenges. However, when it is blocked, you feel a sense of uncertainty. You are always worried and cannot find peace in your daily life.

  2. Sacral Chakra also called Svadhishthana, is present right at the centre of your abdomen. It is represented by the color orange. This chakra represents the element water. You experience pleasure and satisfaction when this chakra is aligned. Otherwise, you may feel bored and uninspired. You may also experience a poor sex drive and a range of sexual issues.

  3. Solar Plexus Chakra, also called the Manipura is present around your abdomen, right at the top. It is represented by the color yellow. This chakra represents the element of fire. If this chakra is blocked then you may feel that you are unable to overcome life’s adversities. You may also feel insecure and doubtful. A range of digestive discomforts may occur. Hence, Solar Plexus chakra balancing will ensure that you are healthy and full of confidence.

  4. The Heart Chakra, also called Anahata, resides on top of your heart. It is represented by the colour green. This chakra represents the element air. If the heart chakra is unbalanced or blocked you might experience relationship issues and feel like no one is worthy to be trusted. You will find that a sense of well-being and peace is missing from your life. Heart chakra balancing aligns your chakra and all the grief as well as cardiovascular issues automatically fade away.

  5. The Throat Chakra, also called Vishuddha, is centered in the middle of your throat. It is represented by the color blue. This chakra represents the element ether. Throat chakra balancing meditation strengthens your communication, enhances your confidence in your speech, and you freely express all your feelings through speech. It also ensures that you stay away from any neck, and shoulder issues as well as hormonal fluctuations.

  6. The Third Eye Chakra, also called Ajna Chakra, is a powerful source of energy that is present in the center of your eyebrows. It is represented by the colour indigo. It is the chakra that represents the element of extra sensory perception. After Third Eye Chakra balancing meditation is done regularly, you will find yourself free from the feeling of what is called psychological paralysis. If it is misaligned, then your sense of intuition and perception becomes weak. You may also find trouble in sleeping soundly and will not be able to grasp knowledge of new things.

  7. The Crown Chakra, also called Sahasrara, is present right at the top part of your head. The color violet represents it. This chakra represents the element thought. This is the chakra that determines your spiritual well-being. It is the highest chakra and if it is misaligned you might feel that life is not worthwhile. Crown Chakra balancing meditation opens you up to the beauty that exists all around you. You feel full of motivation and are ready to accomplish something everyday.

How Do You Know if Your Chakras Are Blocked?

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Location of various chakras in human body, Credit: Canva

One of the most clear signs that your chakras are unbalanced is when you start experiencing anxiety without any reason. As regards to your physical health, you may feel pain in your lower back, bladder issues, and pain in legs. You may also experience hypertension, and other respiratory problems like asthma. Another sign of blocked chakras is the presence of the feelings of jealousy, resentment, and the inability to let go of a past grudge. Lastly, you may also experience an overwhelming feeling of a lack of purpose in life. You may become indecisive and feel that you are not able to focus on anything. Chakra balancing techniques help to clear all these blockages so that you can live freely and experience life to its fullest.

What is chakra balancing treatment?

Balancing chakras ensures that you do not feel the problems that are associated with blocked chakras. Do not worry if you feel that some of your chakras are blocked or are unbalanced. You will attain the solution to the question: how do you balance your chakras below.

  1. Chakra balancing meditation

  2. Chakra balancing affirmations

  3. Diet modification

  4. Chakra balancing yoga

1.   Chakra Balancing Meditation

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Meditation for chakra balancing, Credit: Canva

Chakra balancing meditation can be done for each of the seven wheels of energy that are present in you. You have to sit still in a quiet place and direct all your attention to the chakras in your body one by one. Visualize them as spinning wheels of light. Focus more on the chakra that you feel is blocked. Put your hand on your hand on that area where that blocked chakra resides and imagine that the universe is draining all the tension away from there. It requires your concentration and may take a while for you to focus for long.

2.   Chakra Balancing Affirmations

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Pebbles of motivation, Credit: Canva

Chakra balancing affirmations are those words or phrases that you keep repeating to yourself to reinforce a positive thought in yourself. You can make your own affirmations. They should reflect your goals in life and by repeating them you will eliminate chakra blockages. They inspire you greatly.

3.   Diet Modification

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Fruits of different varieties, Credit: Canva

Another important chakra balancing technique is to change the way you eat. Diet plays a huge role in balancing your chakra and if you eat wrong foods the inner chakra will automatically become blocked. Ensure that your diet is filled with fruits and vegetables, particularly strawberries, tomatoes, oranges, green vegetables, apples, indigo vegetables, eggplant, and red grapes.

4.   Chakra Balancing Yoga

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Woman practicing yoga, Credit: Canva

Another chakra balancing technique is to practice yoga. All the yoga poses along with deep breathing make you fully aware and attuned to your energy. Yoga helps to promote the flow of positive energy in your body. It is not necessary to perform difficult yoga poses. Just attempt all the poses that you already know. It will help to release all tension from your chakras.

Balancing your chakras is indispensable to living a satisfying life. Practice all the tips that are mentioned above and do not forget to take out some time for chakra balancing meditation everyday. You will soon start noticing a positive change in your energy and well-being.

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