The seven chakras are the main energy centers of the body. You've probably heard people talk about "unblocking" their chakras, which refers to the idea that when all of our chakras are open, energy can run through them freely, and harmony exists between the physical body, mind, and spirit.
When the Sahasrara activates, it brings a more positive outlook on life. There are visible changes in our habits and attitude. The ego no longer rules the Self. Emotions like gratitude, compassion, and acceptance become our true Self It is a rejection of all negative thoughts that bring unhappiness and stress in our lives.
Ajna establishes a connection with the external world through inner vision. Focusing on the third eye motivates us to move beyond worldly desire and distractions. When the Ajna Chakra is awakened, it increases consciousness and transcends to a higher realm.
Svadhishthana - Creativity
When Svadhishthana is active, our emotions flow through us without any judgments. Recognizing these emotions enhances our ability to understand deeply and express our desires. This restores balance and harmony. This energy awakens the power of creation. This allows a person to discover the power of choice and create intimate relationships.
Anahata - Balance
In Sanskrit, Anahata means “unstruck” or “unbeaten.” This signifies an impartial and infinite love allowing a deeper understanding of self and others. It invites a person to meditate on the different levels of relationship experiences with an open heart. When the heart is open, a person feels optimistic, friendly, and motivated to believe in themselves.
Muladhara - Trust
The energies of Muladhara helps in recognizing our strong connection to the Earth. Keeping us rooted in our inner self spreads positivity and happiness in life. It relates to our basic, primal needs of survival, stability, and support. It also represents the structure of our body, bones, flesh, and skin.
The energy element governed by Vishuddha is effective communication. It also represents inspiration and expression. Vishuddha establishes a strong connection to both verbal and body language. Vishuddha also governs our internal communication with our true Self. We are able to understand others deeply and effectively.
Vishuddha - Communication
Manipura - Power
Manipura symbolizes energy, intellect, and also the connection a person has with the Fire and Sun. It represents youth, new beginnings, birth, and re-birth. The element fire ignites the light of consciousness that motivates us to strive towards success and good health.