I am completely new, I must open my chakras as much as assist me heal a sure tendency.

Hi there all. It is a put up relating to one thing private. I’ve this tendency much like possibly a Tourette however not precisely. It is fully a psychological factor and makes me lose focus. In a nutshell it is only a bodily motor motion that I do with my head that makes me suppose one thing shall be okay or possibly I will do that motion to neglect a foul expertise, second or reminiscence. It is a very peculiar factor, I do know and really laborious to know, I do know.

On one other be aware I really feel that possibly meditation and non secular cleaning of opening my chakras and balancing them might assist me out in the long term.

The place ought to I begin? What do I believe after I’m meditating. What do I say/hum? The place do I look when my eyes are closed. What am I purported to mentally image?

If anybody may give me some pointers that’d be superior! ๐Ÿ™‚

4 thoughts on “I am completely new, I must open my chakras as much as assist me heal a sure tendency.”

  1. The idea is you want to quiet your mind and just be. Deep, calming breaths are a good thing to focus on. Your brain will be fairly active normally, but try to just brush them aside and focus on your breathing. At first, simply try existing without thinking about it, breathing in, breathing out. As for opening your chakras, become familiar with where they are located in your body. Once you have quieted your mind and are breathing calmly, try focusing on that point at the base of your spine. You aren’t forcing anything, just focusing. It should start to feel warm when you have it going. Don’t be frustrated if it’s not going right away, just breathe and focus. Once you have that going, move onto focusing on the one above it and get it going. Then move on up until you reach your crown chakra. Upon getting that one open, you should feel the prana flowing through you ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Start simple. Do a meditation where you start at your root chakra and work up. When you focus on each chakra, focus on the associated body section and the following for each chakra:

    Root: survival. Visualize the color red.

    Sacral: pleasure. Visualize orange.

    Solar plexus: ego/will. Yellow.

    Heart: love/compassion. Green.

    Throat: communication. Blue.

    Third Eye: intuition/instinct. Indigo.

    Crown: oneness/universal connection/unity. Violet.

    Just sort of sit with those ideas when you meditate, focusing on one chakra at a time. Take note of how the colors/words make you feel, maybe you don’t understand one and want to look into it more, or maybe at one chakra you start to feel ill, like you really don’t like that idea. Take note and pay attention.

    What’s nice is that this kind of meditation will not only be nice on it’s own, but it will give you pointers on things to look into based on your reactions to each chakra. This can help you know where to work outside of meditation.

  3. I feel that chakras, as well as practices like breathing exercises and trance states, are foundational to energy work. And so, I think we should spend a lot of time on these fundamental practices so that we will have better results in the long run.

    Chakra, as you probably know, is the Sanskrit word meaning “wheel”. The chakras are points at your body that spin so that your energy can travel through your body. The better your chakras are and the higher level they are functioning the more energy you will have at our disposal for later works.

    My recommendation is that you work on each chakra individually for about one to two weeks each. I made the choice to work on each chakra for a month, I’m not even done my first month, and already the effects are real. So, start with the Muladhara (Base or Root) Chakra, and work with it, meditate on it daily and learn all you can about it. And when you’re done working on your Muladhara Chakra move up to the Swadhisthana (Sacral) Chakra, and do it again, so on so forth.

    While this is not easy, it is effective. Two resources I consider invaluable are [this blog series](http://healthy-ojas.com/systems/seven-vital-chakras.html) and [this website](http://www.tantra-kundalini.com/chakras.htm) and wikipedia is also a good source. But definitely just typing in “Muladhara Chakra” into Google search or YouTube will definitely yield results.

    >Where should I start? What do I think when I’m meditating. What do I say/hum? Where do I look when my eyes are closed. What am I supposed to mentally picture?

    I suggest choosing for yourself what you want to do while meditating. I am fairly traditional, so I look for the original practices, looking up the different mudras (positions) and sometimes asanas (yoga poses) and mantras. All the information that I use for my meditations can be found in the links I gave you. But, indeed, I will focus my attention on the sense organ, so for the Muladhara Chakra, that is the nose. And I And my mediation with consist of an inhale where mentally chant the seed mantra, for the Muladhara Chakra it’s Lam (like llama). I then hold my breath and constrict the work organ, for the Muladhara Chakra that’s the anus, so I constrict the anus. Surprisingly, this is not me going off the deep end it’s actually a mudra, called Ashvini Mudra. Ashvini is Sanskrit for “horse” and it means the position of the horse, because it’s supposed to reflect how a horse clenches his anus when he defecates. Then, I exhale and chant aloud the seed mantra. I do this until I see the color associated with the chakra in my mind’s eye, which in the case of the Muladhara Chakra is red. Originally, this took me about 20 minutes, but at this point it takes me about 5 minutes. Then, when I see that I take that cue to enter into a trance state. The method that I learned how to enter into a trance is [right here](http://www.astraldynamics.com/home/index.php/astral-projection-training/treatise-on-astral-projection/63-part-3). Once I am in the trance I do three different visualizations, but these are purely personal and you can do anything that you’d like here. Firstly, I visualize the color associated with the chakra, in this case Red, so a red light enveloping me with it’s core in my Muladhara Chakra. Then, I visualize looking at the Muladhara and visualizing it in a [toroidial flow](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-4zdmd0TNU), when I will be working with later chakras all the chakras below it will also be visualized in a toroidial flow an connected to each other. And then I do [the visualization at this site](http://www.astraldynamics.com/home/index.php/astral-projection-training/treatise-on-astral-projection/64-part-4-basic-energy-work-the-major-chakras) but only up to the chakra I’m working with. So, right now, I do it up till the Muladhara Chakra and then I stop. When I’m working with later chakras I will do all the ones before them.

    This all used to take me about half-an-hour at a time, now it takes me about 15 minutes. But again, choose for yourself. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask.

    Edit: I almost forgot, [here](http://www.langkawi-yoga.com/blog/?p=1109) is a list of all the hand mudras for each chakra that you work with.

  4. Ya dude i have this too. Everytime i remember something embarassing i yell something stupid and just maximum retard for a second. I saw the airbender video and read somewhere that shame is related to the solar plexus chakra which is true because i rarely breathe through that spot even when im relaxed. I also tend to do things as fast as possible. I don’t know much about chakras but its just to be consistent at spending time meditating everyday to be more aware

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