The Sanskrit word Chakra literally means a wheel or a disk. In yoga, Ayurveda, and meditation, this term refers to multiple wheels of energy throughout the body. To begin with, there are seven main chakras, starting from the base of the spine to the crown of the head, which align the spine.

These wheels of energy correspond to colossal nerve center in the body. Each of the seven main chakras contains multiple nerves and major organs as well as our psychological, emotional, and spiritual states of being. Since everything is moving, it’s imperative that our seven main chakras stay aligned as well as fluid. If there is any kind of blockage, energy cannot flow. Most of us are familiar with the chakra system that maps our spine and may have even explored them from time to time. Conventionally there are seven chakras comprising the root, solar plexus, sacral, heart, throat, third eye, and crown.

The fusing of the throat and heart chakras is predominantly noticeable when you have found your life purpose and become an embodiment of self-expression; your whole life becomes your art and you can fully wrap your head around the realization that every word you speak has consequence. You become aware that you are literally expressing your reality with the words you speak and yourself. In order for our bodies to function in an optimal way, all of our 7 chakras need to be balanced. If one of the energy centers is not functioning well, then the others won’t function as well as they should.

 

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