How to balance your chakras with essential oils
Learn how to balance your chakras with essential oils through recipes, tips and more. Understand how aroma, color, sound and movement can have a powerful influence on the expression of chakra energy and work toward achieving balance.
Throat Chakra Essential Oil Diffusion
Patchouli Root Chakra Foot Massage Oil
Root Chakra Essential Oil Room Spray
Jasmine Frankincense Solar Plexus Chakra Roll-on Perfume
Jasmine Cedarwood Solar Plexus Chakra Body Mist
Heart Chakra Essential Oil Room Mist
Lavender Bergamot Heart Chakra Bath Oil
Lavender Tangerine Throat Chakra Bath Salts
Jasmine Rose Third Eye Chakra Massage Oil
Grapefruit Juniper Essential Oil Diffusion
Crown Chakra Essential Oil Diffusion
Frankincense Crown Chakra Massage Oil
Aura Cacia Organic Grounding Root Chakra Balancing Roll On
Aura Cacia Organic Sensual Sacral Chakra Balancing Roll On
Aura Cacia Organic Empowering Solar Plexus Chakra Balancing Roll On
Aura Cacia Organic Opening Heart Chakra Balancing Roll On
Aura Cacia Organic Expressive Throat Chakra Balancing Roll On
Aura Cacia Organic Insightful Third Eye Chakra Balancing Roll On
Aura Cacia Organic Enlightening Crown Chakra Balancing Roll On
Try Quick Tips
Use simple yoga poses to balance the chakras: forward bend for the root chakra, triangle pose for the sacral chakra, mountain pose for the solar plexus chakra, cobra pose for the heart chakra, shoulder stand for the throat chakra, cresent pose for the third eye chakra and tree pose for the crown chakra.
Sound has a profound effect on balancing our chakras, obtain recordings of these sounds or seek them out in nature: root -- thunder, sacral -- rain, solar plexus -- crackling fire, heart -- wind, throat -- bird song, third eye -- wind chimes, crown -- silence.
Color has a balancing effect on the chakras, with each one attuned to a complimentary hue. Incorporate chakra specific colors into your environment with colored clothing and furnishings. Root -- red, sacral -- orange, solar plexus -- yellow, heart -- green, throat -- light blue, third eye -- indigo, crown -- purple.
The primary origins that set forth the concept of the chakras is thought to be the ancient Hindu tantric texts: Sat-Cakra-Nirupana and Padaka-Pancaka, which describe them as points of emanating energy that is linking to a universal spiritual consciousness. These interfaces are where the concrete form of the body materializes. The universal, chakra-attuned energy is thought to have been unleashed in the creation and lies coiled and dormant as Kundalini at the base of the spine. The practice of tantric, or kundalini yoga, seeks to progressively activate and arouse the chakras in order to awaken kundalini so that a transformative union with the divine is achieved.
According to the current general Western perspective, the chakras each govern their own functional aspects of the physical body, emotional state and mental process. The focus of chakra therapy then becomes an effort to balance and align the expression of all of the chakras with one another, so that none are either overactive or underactive. In this way, physical, emotional and mental balance and wholeness are thought to be realized and maintained.