Meditation brings your mind and body into a state of inner peace. It improves your attention and concentration. Various studies have shown that meditation can have a positive effect on your brain waves. Symptoms of depression, anxiety, and pain can reduce with meditation.
There are different forms of meditation including:
Chakras are the concentrated energy centers of the body. There are 88.000 chakras in the human body. Seven of them (four in Buddhist traditions) are seen as the major chakras. Each major chakra has a special function:
The main chakras are often used in meditation because of their special functions. With the help of your chakras you can make a powerful grounding, find (pushed away) unprocessed emotions and engage them, and also gain spiritual insight. When meditating with your chakras it is important to always start with your Muladhara. Then go to the next chakra until you have reached the chakra that you want to in depth work with. At the end of your meditation, follow the route back through your chakras until you reach your Muladhara again.Why always start with the Muladhara?
The Muladhara gives you your grounding. It keeps your body and soul connected to Mother Earth. If you encounter negative emotions during a meditation, you can let them flow out of your body into the earth through your Muladhara. Mother Earth is completely fine with this. Out of love she is there for you to help you solve negative emotions.