A Quick Meditation To Balance Your Chakras
Do you ever wake up or go through the day feeling tired, groggy, fatigued and don’t know why?
The problem could be that your chakras are unbalanced or just need a little pick me up.
Our chakras, or energy centers, keep us balanced emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually.
The chakras go through a lot on a daily basis based on our lifestyle and choices.
This unbalance can cause us to feel worn out with low energy, mood swings and illness.
Bringing ourselves back to balance on a daily or weekly basis will be beneficial for our physical and spiritual wellbeing.
Below is a meditation that can be done at any time for as long as needed!
I suggest you do this at least once a week.
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First, sit in a comfortable position.
Take a deep breath, in and out.
Start to focus on your breath.
Relax the body, the hands, and feet.
Visualize a white light coming in at the crown of the head.
See it move down to your third eye, which the light changes to the color of the chakra.
It is purple as it passes through.
Third Eye and Throat Chakras
Focus on the third eye chakra, and then move your focus down to your throat chakra, which will be the color blue.
Stay in this chakra for a few breaths.
Heart Chakra and Solar Plexus
Move on to the heart chakra, which is the color green.
Hold for a few breaths, and then move down to your solar plexus, which is yellow.
Again, hold for a few breaths.
Sacral and Root Chakras
Move down to the sacral chakra, which is orange, and hold for a few breaths.
Then move down to the root chakra, which is red, and hold for a few breaths.
See your chakras aligned and shining brighter than ever in their respective colors.
Visualize these colors growing brighter and brighter as they envelop your aura in a protective shield; hold this vision for a few breaths.
Then slowly start coming back to the body move your fingers and your toes and slowly open your eyes.
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