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For information on Chakra basics, see  Chakras Balancing for Beginners: How to balance your life. IN SEARCH INNOVATION is the healing that contains foundation knowledge and the teaching on the nature of each Chakra.

Our Chakras are the home of the body’s vital energy field and utilizing Chakra meditation helps to keep that energy balanced.

We use the best approach for Chakra meditation For information on posture, Meditation Posture: Choose the Best and Most knowledgeable teacher.

Read our comprehensive guide on Chakra balancing and meditation here: How to Open Your Chakras and Chakra Balancing


Balancing & Aligning Your Chakras

Chakra healing is a method for balancing the Chakras within the body. It removes blockages and aligning the overactive Chakras. When in balance the Chakras enable smooth energy to flow through the body from Root to Crown. Reconnects you to the earth through the root and enlightenment through the crown.

Healing and balancing can be by yourself, or with the help of trained energy healers.  Methods for self-healing include, Chakra meditation (described above) and yoga.

We believe that imbalanced Chakras as a barrier to physical and mental illness. They are centers of “vitality” within the body, each one having its vital energy forces, aspect, and domain. We know that the Root Chakra amongst its many functions grounds us and is essential for abundance – so clearly an unbalanced Root Chakra would be detrimental to personal health and wellbeing overall.

Why Chakra Energy is So Important?

Chakra imbalance is a serious health challenge, especially if several Chakras are out of balance. Knowledge and well educate on the Chakra will give the beginner insight into the relative association of mental, emotional and psychological aspects of the day-to-day living, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of each of your Chakras.

The Healing, Alignment and Balancing your Chakra consists of specific training for each Chakra.  Try not to over-think this, we choose the training for everyone for which he/she feel is most appropriate and comfortable with.  The strength of each Chakra varies day-to-day, depending on your current living situations and condition and affected by other people (negative and positive), so your training for any setting may change.  It is worth coming back to from time-to-time to peer into the Chakras movement, especially after performing Chakra balancing.  Put this information to good use by balancing your Chakras: How to Open Your Chakras and Chakra Balancing

What are the Chakras?

In Sanskrit, the word “chakra” means “disk” or “wheel” and refers to the energy centers in our body. These wheels or disks of spinning energy each correspond to certain nerve bundles and major organs. To function at their best, all of our chakras must stay open, and align. If they are out of synch and blocked, we will experience physical, mental and emotional symptoms related to a particular chakra.

There are the seven main chakras that run along your spine. They start at the root, or base, of your spine and extend to the crown of your head. The chakras most often referred to are the seven main ones that we explore in great detail during our trainings. The chakra system refers to the energy centers we have in our bodies. There are seven major chakras, each in a specific location along our spine. Let’s look at each one more closely.




Root chakra

The root chakra, or Muladhara, is located at the base of your spine. It provides you with a base or foundation for life, and it helps you feel grounded and able to withstand challenges. Your root chakra is responsible for your sense of security and stability.

Sacral chakra

The sacral chakra, or Svadhisthana, is located just below your belly button. This chakra is responsible for your sexual and creative energy. It’s also linked to how you relate to your emotions as well as the emotions of others.

Solar plexus chakra

The solar plexus chakra, or Manipura, is located in your stomach area. It’s responsible for confidence and self-esteem, as well as helping you feel in control of your life.

Heart chakra

The heart chakra, or Anahata, is located near your heart, in the center of your chest. It comes as no surprise that the heart chakra is all about our ability to love and show compassion.

Throat chakra

The throat chakra, or Vishuddha, is located in your throat. This chakra has to do with our ability to communicate verbally.

Third eye chakra

The third eye chakra, or Ajna, is located between your eyes. You can thank this chakra for a strong gut instinct. That’s because the third eye is responsible for intuition. It’s also linked to imagination.

Crown chakra

The crown chakra, or Sahasrara, is located at the top of your head. Your Sahasrara represents your spiritual connection to yourself, others, and the universe. It also plays a role in your life’s purpose.


Many people in our society today will be very open about the level of stress in their daily life, they are unaware of the fact that “There is a depletion of natural bio-energy of low frequency; or out of alignment energetic activity in their biofield (chakra) — each chakra is manifest into different outcomes, situation, circumstance in their lives. When a chakra is low in energy, you’ll have difficulty expressing the particular qualities associated with that chakra.

When a chakra is overactive (out of alignment), the qualities are a dominant force in the person’s life. This condition will have physical, emotional psychological as well as spiritual effects. We know, for example, the first chakra is about security, survival, and the foundation of our life.

When a chakra is underactive, out of alignment:  the symtoms will show up as depression (low energy) and insecurity (fear). If there’s uncontrol movement of energy, it can show up as fearlessness without precaution or hoarding because you need more of everything to feel secure.

In general, the location of the chakra that’s out of balance will have a direct affect on that parts of your body in close proximity to that chakra. However, this affect will also impact the overall aspect of the whole body: This includes your organs, bones, joints, and tissues near that area. Psychologically, speaking, imbalances in the chakras will definitely cause an emotional imbalance.

This may also lead to increased anger, sadness, fear, or indecisiveness. “It’s important to pay attention to both the psychological and physiological sensations because they can inform each other and uncover the root cause of the experience.

Accordingly, when we are experiencing elevated stress — be it social, emotional, physically, or mentally — this will cause one or more chakras to be out of balance.

“Personal habits such as poor physical alignment or posture, eating unhealthy (Processed-Refined Foods) unhealthy habits and self-destructive behaviors will cause the Chakras to be imbalanced.

Suffices to say, imbalance may lead to physical disease and illness, musculoskeletal issues, and mental health challenges like depression or anxiety.

What Are the Things We Must Do To Balance and Align The Chakras?

A great way to promote balance in a chakra is to create alignment in your physical body through:

  • Regular yoga
  • Breathing practices to encourage the flow of energy
  • Daily Meditation to bring about focus and clarity into awareness

Each chakra has yoga poses that can help fine-tune its energy. Here are some poses that may help unblock each of your seven chakras.

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