Chakras (Energy Centres)
I AM A BEGINNER ~ Sadhana Series • 24m
Balance out your energy in this active and slightly challenging set that will introduce you to the chakras. Starting with the lower energy centres, known as the lower triangle, you'll work your way up the spine to the upper chakras to rebalance your energy centres and create an infinite experience. Finish with sat kriya to channel your energy up the spine and project out through the crown chakra.
The word chakra translates to 'wheel' in English and can be pictured as spinning wheels of energy. If the energy is spinning too fast or too slow, you might feel out of balance. We want the energy at the chakra to be spinning just right so that we are in balance. The 7 main chakras are located along the central axis of the body, along the spine.
1st Chakra - Muladhara (Root) - Stability, Family, Money, Independence
2nd Chakra - Svadhisthana (Sacral) - Abundance, Creativity, Desire
3rd Chakra - Manipura (Solar Plexus) - Ego, Power, Confidence
4th Chakra - Anahata (Heart) - Love, Compassion, Forgiveness
5th Chakra - Vishuddha (Throat) - Communication, Self-Expression, Truth
6th Chakra - Ajna (Third Eye) - Intuition, Imagination, Wisdom
7th Chakra - Sahasrara (Crown) - Spiritual Connection
8th Chakra - Auric Field - Energy surrounding your body
This class can be practiced on it's own or as Day 8 of our I AM A BEGINNER Sadhana Series ~ An 11 day beginners course to learn the basics of Kundalini Yoga: https://app.goldenyogionline.com/i-am-a-beginner-sadhana-series
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