Chakras Are<br />The word 'chakra' is derived from a Sanskrit word meaning 'wheel'; but perhaps even a better translation would be spinning wheel. If you could see chakras (as many of us whom work with them do) you would be able to see each primary chakra as a spinning vortex or wheel of energy; spinning inward from the front of your body towards the center point of that chakra on the kunilini and then spinning outward from that same point from your back.<br />“Be Sure To Pay Attention There Is A Chakra Test At The End”<br />
Crown Chakra<br />Location: Top of the head<br />Color: Violet Sanskrit: Sahasrara<br />Parts of the body: This Chakra is associated with the top of the head, the brain, and the entire nervous system. Its purpose is intuitive knowing, connection to one's spirituality, and integration of the whole.<br />
Third Eye Chakra<br />Color: Indigo<br />Sanskrit Name: Ajna<br />Location: Middle of head behind the eyebrow Summary:<br />The Third Eye Chakra (Ajna) is associated with clear sight and clear insight. It is in Charge of your Intuition, Imagination, and Seeing<br />
Throat Chakra<br />Color: Blue<br />Sanskrit: Vishuddha <br /> Location: Throat<br />Summary:<br />The Throat Charka (Vissuddha) seeks communication, clear expression, and Creativity<br />It Means, I Speak and am Heard<br />
Heart Chakra<br />Color: Green<br />Sanskrit: Anahata<br />Location: Center of Chest<br />Summary:<br />The Heart Chakra (Anahata), is<br />associated with limitless compassion,<br /> empathy, love, and Balance<br />It means, I Love and am Loved<br />
Solar Plexus Chakra<br />Color: Yellow<br />Sanskrit: Manipura<br />Location: Solar Plexus<br />Summary:<br />The Solar Plexus Chakra (Manipura) is known as the Power Chakra, driving for control, competence and success to fortify the ego. Power, Will, and action.<br />It Means, I Act<br />
Sacral Chakra<br />Color: Orange<br />Sanskrit Name: Svadhisthana<br />Location: Four Finger Widths Bellow The Navel<br />Summary: The Navel Chakra (Svadhisthana) Is associated with taste and appetite.<br />
Root Chakra<br />Color: Red<br />Sanskrit: Muladhara<br />Summary:<br />The Root (Muladhara) Chakra is associated with Survival, and groundedness. It Means, I Am Here<br />
Congratulations Now You Know All Seven Chakras<br />If you would like to continue and take the test go ahead and click the “next” Button<br />If Not Then just exit out of the slide and share your knowledge with friends<br />
Directions<br />Read The Question Try to Beat The music and answer the question<br />Click on the circle that is next to the correct answer<br />The correct answer will appear click on the “next” button to go to the next question<br />
Which Chakra Is In The Middle Of The Head Behind The Eyebrows ?<br /><ul><li>Crown Chakra
Root</li></li></ul><li>The Correct Answer Is <br />What Ever You Choose<br />Congratulations You Have Finished The Test And You Now Know Your Chakras<br />
The End<br />Chakra Workshop, Saturday, October 15<br />Join us on October 15th from 3-5 pm for our Chakra Workshop<br />$20 per person<br />Chakra <br /> <br /> Join Karrie In this class you will look into the energy part of the body where the chakras are located. <br />You will explore what the chakras are, how they affect our lives and what the benefits of working with them are. <br /> You will also learn the names, locations and basic attributes of each chakra using different hands on methods that can help create balance and healing<br />.<br />
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