The 7 chakras (from the Sanskrit ‘wheels’ or ‘disks’) are the main energy vortices located in the subtle bodies of the human being. Its task is the reception, accumulation, transformation and distribution of energy called prana.
Each of these centers resembles an open flower and has its color and shape corresponding to its vibration.
In a healthy, balanced person, the 7 chakras provide the right balance of energy to every part of your body, mind, and spirit.
• Muladhara: red color, (the Root Chakra) Muladhara (literally, “root support”) is located at the base of the spine. ... represents our foundation. It anchors us and gives us the feeling of being grounded.
• Svadhisthana: orange color, (the Sacral Chakra) ... helps inform how we relate to our emotions and the emotions of others.
• Manipura: yellow color, (the Navel Chakra) ... represents to your ability to be confident and in control of your life.
• Anahata: green color, (the Heart Chakra) ... can influence our ability to give and receive love—from others and ourselves.
• Vishuddha: water blue color, (the Throat Chakra) ... controls our ability to communicate.
• Ajna: indigo color (the Third-Eye Chakra) ... speaks to our ability to see the big picture and connect to intuition Think of the eye of the soul.
• Sahasrara: violet color, (the Crown Chakra) … the highest chakra, represents our ability to be fully connected spiritually. When open the crown chakra you’re thought to access a higher consciousness.
A Japa Mala is much more than a decorative complement: it is a sacred object that connects us with divinity. A Japa Mala is a type of rosary widely used in Asian spirituality by Hinduists to Buddhism, etc.
Japa Mala is used to meditate, pray or pray. In fact, that's where his name comes from: Japa refers to the repetition of mantras, while Mala can be translated as a garland. From their balls, the count of the number of repetitions is followed.
The number 108 is mystical for Hinduism. One of the greatest representations of this is that the canonical collection of Upanishads collects 108; these are the main sacred texts written in Sanskrit
• It is considered a perfect number for having 3 digits, being a multiple of 3 and adding 9 (3 times 3).
• Represents the fullness of existence.
• There are 108 sacred places in India.
• The body has 108 sacred areas or pressure points (marma).
• Some modern visions number 108 stages of the soul path.
• A deep meditation consists, exactly, of 108 deep breaths.
• 108 greetings should be made in the sun to receive the spring equinox.
Giving away a Japa mala is a desire for well-being towards the person to whom we deliver it. More importantly, on a second level, it opens a new spiritual path to the person who receives it. Giving away a Bad Japa conveys a desire to seek greater inner peace, to be able to stop to reflect and be interested in meditation and to contemplate life in a more spiritual way,
People who use the Bad often have peace and peace of mind. They also feel protected from low vibration energies, which favored the spiritual practice of meditation and yoga.
Tassel: symbolizes the energy that is born as a result of meditation. The threads that form the tassel also represent the thousand petals of Sahasrara, the crown chakra, which means the spiritual enlightenment achieved.
The people who use the Malas frequently had peace and quiet mint.
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