Chakra #3-Manipura or The Solar Plexus Chakra:
Manipura is Sanskrit for "gem city" which is the center that emerges from the lumbar region of the spine and that we know physically as the solar plexus. It is in perfect balance when it shines a bright yellow ---a central sun above the navel. Most associated with the glands Pancreas and liver. This is known as the "second brain" of the body and it is an important psychosomatic body center. Any one who has experienced stomach cramps , "butter flies", etc can appreciated this phenomena. The theory here is that sustained tension in this area promotes ulcers and gallstones. The anus and eyes are also influenced by the Manipura chakra.
Chakra # 4- Anahata or The Heart Chakra:
The Anaharta in English is "unstuck sound" and comes out between the upper thoratic vertebrae and manifests through the cardiac plexus and thyroid gland. It is the Green Chakra as shown in our illustration. Palpitations, tachycardia, up to angina pectoris and even cardiac infarction have been suggested as falling within the domain of Anaharta. Lung disorders have been called secondary factors. The heart chakra, also encompasses the entire spectrum of tactile response from the skin and the pro creative genital region. When it is the green of perfect balance---all is well in these areas. Meditations upon these chakric area have been known to be very successful in tuning us up to our prime energy flow. Many yoga's such as Laya Yoga, have great examples of these meditations and are highly recommenced by Eli. You may also achieve balance just by meditating upon the image in this blog, and by sitting up straight in your chair and regulating your breath by inhaling through the nose until your lungs are comfortably full---holding to a ten count while viewing a chakra and comfortably exhaling through the mouth. Repeat for all Chakras, while visualizing the colors on your person. For more information or a reading appointment (Aura and Chakra reading must be in person) call Eli @ 253-241-0129 or email <email@example.com>. Thank you for your interest and may you live long and prosper!