Vastu and 7 Chakras in our Body
Human beings are surrounded by positive and negative energies around them. For a simple and content living, we follow Vastu principles to attract positive energy and follow all favourable directions for our benefit. There are 7 (seven) chakras in a human body and opening of these 7 chakras will allow a healthy flow of positive energy to stay fit, balanced, good health and think positive.
In Vastu Shastra, the chakras are identified as energy transformers and it is like the spinning wheels of energy that perform many functions in tune with cosmic energy.
Here we detail the 7 chakras of the human body and its influence:
1. Muladhara Chakra :
This is the root chakra and is the first chakra in the human body. Muladhara chakra is the most important chakra, as this is for health and overall development and wellbeing. Actions and memories of one’s past life are stored in this chakra.
2. Swadishthana Chakra:
This is a sacral chakra and this chakra is the abdominal chakra in the human body. This is the place of human consciousness and known to be the second phase of human growth. This is the second chakra in the human body.
3. Manipura Chakra:
This chakra is known as navel chakra of the human body. Manipura means “pearls of wisdom”. This depicts the self-confidence and self-assurance, clarity, happiness etc. This is the third chakra in the human body.
4. Anahata Chakra:
Anahata Chakra is called the heart chakra in the human body. This chakra is stated for unconditional love and known to have healing power. This is the fourth chakra.
5. Vishuddha Chakra:
Vishuddha chakra is known as the throat chakra. Vishuddhi means purification in Sanskrit. It represents the purification of the mind and the human body. This is the fifth chakra.
6. Ajna Chakra:
Ajna chakra is known as the third eye chakra or the brow chakra. This is the inner eye chakra because it helps to see and experience reality and knowledge. This is called the sixth chakra.
7. Sahasrara Chakra:
Sahasara is known as the crown chakra; it represents wisdom and spiritual union with the divine. This is known as the seventh chakra.