What is a Chakra?

Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning “wheel” or “wheel of light.” Our human bodies contain seven chakras that influence every organ and gland in out body. When one chakra is affected, the body as a whole becomes affected. I will show you how to bring balance and harmony to your physical, emotional and mental body using simple and easy to maintain health and well being. When you close your eyes and take a deep breath, do you feel a sense of serenity, joy and balance? If so, you may be experiencing an alignment of your chakra centers. If not you are experiencing an unhealthy, unbalanced chakra. Depending on what you feel and how others feel towards you will tell you what chakra(s) are off balance.

Chakras attract positive, negative and neutral electric energies in certain parts of our body. They can have a clockwise or counter clockwise spin. Each wheel is connected to another. When one spins in the opposite direction then it is supposed to spin, it throws off the above wheel and so on and so on. Until we feel that it is just too much to bear and cannot handle what life bring towards us. The chakras are interrelated; one affects another. The Root Chakra is the lowest of the seven chakras and spins the slowest or resonates at the lowest of the seven vibration frequencies. The Crown Chakra is the highest of the seven and spins the fastest.

Am I Balanced?

Imbalances in the chakras are known as energy blocks. When there is unreleased emotion such as fear, anger, or guilt that has accumulated from past experiences or when there has been a lack of nurturing, love and encouragement during the developmental period, the energy flows less freely to and from the chakras.

Whenever a person blocks an experience, he/she blocks the flow of energy to and from the chakras. The chakras become blocked, clogged with stagnated energy, spin irregularly or backwards or can even become distorted or torn. If you were to completely think thoughts of love and faith, your body's energy would flow smoothly between and around the chakras. You would probably feel happy and healthy. Fearful thoughts negatively affect your chakra's ability to function. They cause the chakras to become dirty, shrunken or swollen. That is why you may feel out of sorts or lethargic and not know why. Obsessive thoughts cause the chakras to enlarge and become out of proportion.

When there is an energy imbalance in the chakras, the chakras tend to close down starting at the top (Crown) chakra and moving down to the bottom (Root) chakra. Many people close down the top three chakras (Crown, Brow and Throat) by the time they are three years old as a reaction to the disbelief of their parents and society in nature spirits, spirit friends, and past lives. During the teenage years, the Heart or fourth chakra often closes down or becomes blocked because of pain and rejection from parents, peers, and lovers. The Solar Plexus or third Chakra may close down or become blocked when parents and society force teens into molds they don't fit. By the time many of us reach adulthood, we have close down all but the first two chakras (Root and Sacral) and even those often have imbalances due to energy blocks.

The closure or imbalance/energy block doesn't usually occur in response to a single event. It's the repetition of similar events without relief that eventually closes off the chakra or causes the imbalance/energy blockage. After high school, there is usually less pressure to conform and some people begin to reverse the process and start opening their chakras. Usually the Solar Plexus or third chakra opens before the Heart or fourth chakra and so on successively upwards toward the Crown. However, this isn't always true. Some people don't need to work on their higher chakras. It's their lower chakras that need balancing. When your childhood and adolescence have been healthy and nurturing, you may be balanced and open in every chakra.

Why do we want to identify and remove energy blocks/imbalances and balance our chakras?

When there is a blockage or imbalance in one part of the chakra system, it has an impact on all the other chakras. Imbalances occur when there is too much or too little energy flowing through the chakras. By understanding how each chakra affects a particular body function and life issue, it is possible to identify where a chakra is malfunctioning. Holding negative thoughts causes chakras to become dirty with dense, dark energy. This prevents chakras from providing sufficient vital energy for the body. Unbalanced or “blocked” chakras create a whole range of mental, emotional and physiological conditions.

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Below Is A Chart That Will Help You Identify Each Chakra With Its Associated Stone And Color

Chakra Center
Healing Stone
Healing Candle
Meditation Time
Energy Focus
1st Base/Root Base of Spine Red

Black Tourmaline

20-30 minutes Love
2nd Sacral Below Navel Orange Turquoise
Orange Calcite
White Orange 15 - 20 minutes


3rd Solar Plexus Below Breastbone Yellow Citrine
Golden Calcite
15 - 20 minutes


4th Heart Center of Chest Green Rubellite
Rose Quartz
15 - 20 minutes


5th Throat Neck Blue Angelite
20 - 25 minutes Communication
6th Third Eye Between Eyebrows Indigo


20 - 25 minutes Intuition
7th Crown Top of Head Violet


20-30 minutes Inspiration
Psychic Energy


The Seven Chakras

The 1st or Root Chakra

The first chakra, called the root chakra, is located at the base of the spinal column. Its color is red. When we are in balance and harmony with this chakra we feel a sense of grounding on the physical plane. The element associated with this chakra is Earth. It is related to the concept of self-preservation. This chakra has to do with one's physical identity. When we are out of balance, we may be caught up and obsessed with basics such as “How can I make more money” or “I want a bigger house” or “I need to have more” or “How am I going to make it in this world.” In balance, this chakra brings health, security, and prosperity. We are calm and assured that our basic needs will be provided.

The 2nd or Sacral Chakra

The second chakra, called the sacral chakra, is located just below the navel. Its color is orange. When we are in balance and harmony with this chakra we feel a sense of connection to others and a feeling of being nurtured. We are in tune with out desires, sensations and feelings. The element associated with this chakra is water. It is related to the concept of self-gratification. This chakra has to do with one's emotional identity. When we are out of balance, we may be caught up in feelings of being alone, and feeling undesired and that no one cares. Sometimes we may have a sense of emptiness. In balance, this chakra brings fluidity and grace, a sense of fulfillment and the warmth of self nurturing and depth of feeling.

The 3rd or Solar Plexus Chakra

The third chakra, called the solar plexus chakra, is located in the solar plexus just below the diaphragm. Its color is yellow. When we are in balance and harmony with this chakra, we feel a sense of personal power. We feel free and we feel our own autonomy. The element associated with this chakra is fire. It is related to the concept of self-definition. This chakra has to do with one's ego identity. When we are out of balance, we may feel anxiety and fear. We may have forgotten the joy of being and the gratitude of simple things. In balance, this chakra offers health, security, happiness and prosperity.

The 4th or Heart Chakra

The forth chakra, called the heart chakra, is located in the region of the heart. Its color is green. When we are in balance this chakra opens the unconditional love of the heart –for self and others. This chakra is expansive and the element associated with this chakra is air. It is related to the concept of self-acceptance. This chakra has to do with our social identity. When we are out of balance we become judgmental of others and are unable to feel another person's pain. We cannot forgive ourselves or others. In balance, this chakra allows us to love deeply, feel empathy, and have a deep sense of peace and serenity.

The 5th or Throat Chakra

The fifth chakra, called the throat chakra, is located in the throat. Its color is blue. When we are in balance this chakra allows us to speak the truth of our hearts. It frees the soul to be expressive and creative. The element associated with this chakra is sound. It is related to the concept of self-expression. This chakra has to do with our creative identity. When we are out of balance we hide our feelings and truth. We cannot speak up for what we need and for how we feel. We feel that we are not creative and we are reluctant to express ourselves. In balance, we speak our hearts and we soar with electrical current of self-expression.

The 6th or Third Eye

The sixth chakra, called the third eye, is located at the center of the forehead between the brows. Its color is violet. When we are in balance with this chakra we become in tune with our intuition. We let go of reacting from logic or emotions alone. Instead, we become centered and balanced and our wisdom comes from an intuitive place. The element associated with this chakra is light. It is related to the concept of self-reflection. This chakra has to do with are archetypal identity. We connect to all beings. When out of balance we are shut down from our “knowing self” and instead react out of emotions like anger and fear. In balance, we see clearly, and we begin to see the bigger picture. We may become so in tune that we can see the pictures of others…clairvoyant.

The 7th or Crown Chakra

The seventh chakra, called the crown chakra, is located at the top of the head. Its color is white or magenta. When we are in balance with this chakra we become connected to the world of spirituality. We feel a sense of timelessness. It is the place of the all-knowing. We feel connected to all that is and all that was. The element associated with this chakra is thought. It is related to the concept of self-knowledge. When out of balance we feel isolated and wounded. We feel disconnected and alone. In balance, we feel a spiritual connection to ourselves and to all that exists.



Everyone has an aura. The human aura is the energy field that surrounds the physical body. It surrounds you in all directions.  A healthy Aura  makes an elliptical or egg shape about the body. Everyone has already seen or experienced the auric fields of others. The Aura, which is connected with the activity of the chakra (Sanskrit for "energy wheel"), reflects the individual state of consciousness. In that case, the colors of the Aura give us information about the quality of consciousness, as well as one's emotions, thoughts, abilities and the vital energies of a person.

The aura is weakened by:
1. Poor diet
2. Lack of exercise
3. Lack of fresh air
4. Lack  of rest
5. Stress
6. Alcohol
7. Drugs
8. Tobacco
9. Negative habits
10. Improper psychic activity


BLACK AURA: Draws or pulls energy to it and in so doing, transforms and collects it in a specific area of the body, which can lead to health problems; also, entitities within a person's aura, chakras, or body; past life hurts; unreleased grief from abortions if it appears in the ovaries. Indicates long-term unforgiveness

ORANGE AURA: Relates to reproductive organs and emotions. The color of vitality, vigor, good health and excitement. currently experiencing stress

ORANGE-YELLOW: Creative, intelligent, detail oriented, perfectionist, scientific.

YELLOW AURA: Relates to the spleen and life energy. It is the color of awakening, inspiration, intelligence and action shared, creative, playful, optimistic, easy-going.

BRIGHT LEMON-YELLOW: Struggling to maintain a personal or business relationship; fear of losing control, prestige, respect, and/or power.

DIRTY BROWN OVERLAY: Holding on to energies. Insecurity.

DIRTY GRAY OVERLAY: Blocking energies. Guardedness

GREEN AURA: Relates to heart and lungs. When seen in the aura this usually represents growth and balance.




WHITE AURA: Reflects other energy. A pure state of light. Often represents a new, not yet designated energy in the aura. Spiritual, etheric and non-physical qualities, transcendent, higher dimensions. Purity and truth; angelic qualities. .

SOFT BLUE: Peacefulness, clarity and communication; truthful; intuitive

DARK OR MUDDY BLUE: Fear of the future; fear of self-expression; fear of facing or speaking the truth.

SILVER AURA: This is the color of abundance, & Luck Silver can reflect plenty of money, and/or awakening of the cosmic mind

WHITE SPARKLES OR  FLASHS OF WHITE LIGHT: Angels are nearby; can indicate that the person is pregnant or will be soon.

DARK OR MUDDY FOREST GREEN: Jealousy, resentment, feeling like a victim of the world; blaming self or others; insecurity and low self-esteem; lack of understanding personal responsibility; sensitive to perceived criticism.

RED AURA: Relates to the physical body, heart or circulation. The densest color, it creates the most friction. Friction attracts or repels; money worries or obsessions; anger or unforgiveness; anxiety or nervousness..

PINK-BRIGHT AND LIGHT: Loving, tender, sensitive, sensual, artistic, affection, purity, compassion; new or revieved romantic relationship. Can indicate clairaudience. .



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