The Crown Chakra

The Crown Chakra, Sahasrara, is located at the crown of the head. This chakra serves to balance the inner and outer self. It connects us to the Divine, the universe. Its our spirituality. The colour associated to this chakra is violet and the related element is the cosmos. The musical note to play is B and the mantra sound OM, the sound of the universe. When this chakra is open we feel focused, peaceful, connected to ourselves and a high power. We feel that we are at one with the universe, that we are equal to all others. If an imbalance occurs in the Crown chakra, we begin to feel isolated, lonely, disconnected spiritually with a lack of direction. Physical symptoms that may be present include nerve pain, insomnia or depression.



Healing the Crown Chakra

  • Open your mind by learning something new, or take a look at the stars.

  • Consume foods that cleanse the body and boost energy. Also foods that are purple in colour. Try a home blended purple juice.

  • Crystals to raise vibrations of the crown chakra tend to be purple or white, moonstone, selenite, clear quartze, or amethyst.

  • Burn lavender, frankincense or sage.

  • Yoga poses to practice include, headstand, tree pose and rabbit pose.

  • Affirmations to focus on, 'I am connected to my spirit' 'I am open to guidance from the universe'.

  • Journal prompts; 'What or who, is God to me?', ' In what ways do I feel connected to the universe?'

Guided Meditation for the Crown Chakra

  • Begin lay down in savasana.

  • Ensure you are comfortable, places blankets where they may offer support.

  • If you feel cold, cover yourself up.

  • Allow your hands and feet to fall out to the sides.

  • Take three deep breaths.

  • Feel your body relax.

  • Turn your attention inward.

  • Find a focal point, the intake of your breath, the rise and fall of your belly.

  • Something that can be your anchor.

  • Keep focusing.

  • Keep breathing.

  • It is natural for your mind to wonder.

  • For thoughts to come and go.

  • When they do, acknowledge the thought, and then let it go.

  • Bring your attention back to your anchor.

  • Keep your focus.

  • Keep breathing.




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