Chakra Meditation: A Beginners Guide to This Great Meditation MethodNov 30, 2021
Your health is one of the most important things that you have to take care of.
Because of this, a lot of people are doing everything they can just to get the perfect balance of chemicals in their body in order to obtain perfect health.
You also need to consider that a lot of people find it hard to relax and control their emotions.
You have to remember that anger can contribute to poor health and this is the emotion that you should minimise as much as possible. It is important that you should never be angry if you don’t need to be angry in order to balance your spiritual self to promote good health and good healing, but also being mindful that anger is a natural emotion.
Today, a lot of people are participating in different kinds of meditation in order to achieve balance in their emotional lives and also in their spirit. It is worth considering as meditating can contribute a lot of great benefits for your body.
With meditation, you will be able to relax more and you can effectively control your emotions and over time learn how to possibly never be angry if you don’t need to be angry.
By not wasting precious energy on being angry, you can now redirect all these negative energies into positive energies, that can be useful in your everyday life. Always remember that nothing uses up a lot of energy like anger and negativity.
So, if you are having problems controlling your emotions, problems in relaxing, or you simply want to experience oneness with yourself, you have to meditation and one we suggest here is chakra meditation.
Chakra meditation is gaining popularity today because of the health benefits it gives. Not only will you have better health, but you will also live a happier life with chakra meditation.
It is very important that you try to do the chakra meditation every day for at least 10 minutes each day, building up to about 30 minutes daily, in order to achieve spiritual healing as well as emotional stability.
Learning how to do chakra meditation is easy and everyone can do it. All you need is a quiet room where you won't be disturbed for at least 10 - 30 minutes and a little bit of imagination and you're off.
First of all, you have to consider that there are seven major chakras found in your body. These chakras are considered to be a very important part of your body that needs to be balanced in order to promote good health.
The seven chakras are Sahasrara (crown), Ajna (between brows), Vishudda (throat), Anahata (heart), Manipura (navel), Svadhishthana (sacral), and Muladhara (root). You have to know how to open up your seven chakras in order to promote spiritual balance and good physical health.
To do this, you have to imagine a coloured spinning light associated with each chakra.
Start from the Muladhara (root – base of spine) and work your way up to the Sahasrara ( crown) . You also need to know what colour of light is associated with each chakra.
Sahasrara (crown) - Violet
Ajna (brows) - Indigo Blue
Vishudda (throat) - Pale Blue
Anahata (heart) - Emerald Green
Manipura (navel) - Golden Yellow
Svadhishthana (sacral) - Orange
Muladhara (root) - Red
You should also remember that it will need the right breathing practices in order to successfully do chakra meditation.
If you want to do this kind of meditation you could get a chakra cd that will guide you or hop on to youtube or better still, you could visit your nearest Yoga instructor or spiritual teacher, meditation teacher and they will teach you the proper way of doing chakra meditation.
But for now, just to get used to the placement of chakras and colours, you can just gently start by imaging each colour starting at the root and travelling on to the next chakra point in the body, then imagine that colour spinning there for a while, and carry on like that until you reach the crown chakra.
Then you can start over and do it for as long as you can. All the time being mindful of gentle steady breathing and trying to stay relaxed.
Above all enjoy.
Judy K Martene