In Sanskrit, Chakra means “wheel”, however these are not wheels that you get to see on a day-to-day basis. Our Chakra energy moves in a clockwise direction as it pushes the energy of our body out into the field around us, and it spins counterclockwise to draw the energy from our external world (and the people in it) into our body. It is the frequency of our chakras that determines the direction our energy will flow as they either draw energy into our body or release it outwards.
The energy wheel balancers in our bodies, Chakras, rule various aspects of our spiritual, mental and physical beings. They govern our lives, so it’s very important to keep them balanced. In case your chakra healing are not in sync, chakra healing can help create harmony and balance in the overall flow of energy between them. When the chakra flow is open, it also leads to Kundalini awakening, which is the highest potential of a person. Chakra healing should be a daily routine; in the same way that you clean your body, you should clean your chakras every day.
While our body has 114 chakras, a healing session focuses on the seven main ones – root or muladhara chakra, sacral or svadhisthana chakra, solar plexus or manipura chakra, heart or anahata chakra, throat or vishuddha chakra, third – eye or ajna chakra and crown or sahasrara chakra.
During a chakra healing session, the therapist attempts to clear the blocks in chakras and realign them. The healing session usually lasts an hour, and each chakra is individually harmonised to work in sync with the others.
After a session, you feel energetic and positive, and have better clarity of mind. It also helps you understand the actions that lead to your chakra imbalance, so that you can work upon them. Regular chakra healing sessions make you feel grounded and steady, both mentally and emotionally. So, if you are seeking balance and harmony in your life, chakra healing is the way to go.