We have reached the last chapter of our journey through the world of chakras. I hope you have enjoyed reading through all of the previous weeks’ articles; today, we will take a last close look at Sahasrara, the crown chakra.
Sahasrara (or white lotus) is located at the top of the head or slightly above it. It is described as having 1000 colored petals arranged on 20 different layers; its Hindu name can be translated as “thousand-petaled” into English. Sahasrara is also the Seventh Chakra, and is often considered the most subtle of all.
The purple chakra is in fact connected to pure consciousness, and from this energy center all others in the body emanate. Sahasrara is also related to spiritual love, compassion, peace and harmony. The ones that have mastered this chakra are said to develop the spiritual power of transforming into the divine, and will be able to do whatever they wish.
Chakra Meditation Balancing
Within the highest yoga traditions, the seventh chakra is considered of the utmost importance. In order to conduct a successful charka balancing meditation, you can add this music to your playlist of songs to listen during the last part of it. Just as with the third eye chakra, you can chant the mantra “Om” while meditating on Sahasrara.
I hope you found this two month long voyage through the world of chakras both useful and interesting. May our music be of comfort during your meditations. Make sure to like and follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with our latest articles!
If you missed the previews blogs…
AJNA – The indigo chakra of awareness and intuition
VISHUDDA – The light blue chakra of purification
ANAHATA – The green chakra of love
MANIPURA – The yellow chakra of personality and ego
SVADHISTHANA – The orange chakra of sexuality
MULADHARA – The red chakra, the foundation of the “energy body”