The Chakra for the month of April is the Heart Chakra, also known as the Anahata Chakra. This Chakra is located the heart space and is associated with the color green, the element of air, our compassion and love, driven by the principles of transformation and integration, and is said to bridge the physical with the spiritual aspirations. Continue reading to learn the ways to support this chakra.
The Chakra for the month of March is the Solar Plexus Chakra, also known as the Manipura Chakra. This Chakra is located in the front of the abdomen and is associated with the color yellow, the element of fire, our self-esteem, the center of our willpower, our choices in life, and the core of our personality. Read on to learn the methods for supporting this chakra.
The Chakra for the month of February is the Sacral Chakra, also known as the Svadhishthana Chakra. This Chakra is located just below the naval and is associated with the color orange, the element of water, our sexuality, the center of our emotions, our creative nature, and our connections and relationships. Also referred to as the Second Chakra, it is connected to pleasure and the driving force for the enjoyment of life through the senses. Read on to learn the practices in supporting this chakra.
Your root chakra, also referred to as the muladhara chakra or the first chakra, is located at the base of your spine and the coccyx. The root chakra is connected with the color red, and associated with security, survival, grounding and everything that is solid in your life - your home, your body, the ground you walk on, etc. It is connected to your family, your ancestors and even your cultural beliefs. Read on to learn different ways to support this chakra.