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Ajna - Third Eye Chakra

AJNA - THIRD EYE CHAKRA

Element: LIGHT


Sensation: ENLIGHTENMENT


Color: INDIGO

Location: CENTER OF HEAD BETWEEN THE EYEBROWS


Organs: PINEAL, PITUITAROTY


Mantra: SHAM

Ajna is our 6th chakra and is associated with our 'sixth sense' - our ability to tap into the spiritual realm, our intuition, and wisdom. While our two eyes provide vision into the present everyday life, Ajna chakra allows us to see into the future and cross the barrier into the mystical. Anja means ‘perceive’, ‘command’, or ‘beyond wisdom’ in Sanskrit.


Strengthening the energy of Anja gives us clear vision. It reveals what is true, authentic, and important. It removes illusions. Ajna enhances our natural intuition and helps guide us forward, revealing the path we are meant to walk.


The seed sound of Anja is Sham which is believed to be the sound of the universe. Changing the sound of Sham creates vibrational energy which activates the Third Eye.


When our Ajna Chakra is out of balance we experience things like:

  • Headaches

  • Migraines

  • Insomnia

  • Close-mindedness

  • Cynicism

  • Attachment to material objects

When in balance we experience:

  • Gratitude

  • Open-mindedness

  • Clairvoyance

  • Lucid Dreams

  • Dissolution of Ego




How to balance your Ajna Chakra:


There are a number of ways that you can work to bring balance to Ajna Chakra. You can chant OM, meditate or do yoga asanas.


Healing Stones: Amythest is the best stone for Ajna Chakra.

Essential oils: Lavender, Palo santo, myrrh, sandalwood, sage


You can use affirmations:

  • I trust my intuition

  • I see and honor my true nature

  • My gut will guide me

  • My thoughts are calm and peaceful

  • I am connected to the divine

Finding balance in the Third Eye Chakra through movement and action.

Some of the best Yoga poses for activating Ajna:

  • Handstand

  • Childs Pose

  • Humble Warrior

  • Lotus or Easy Pose

Other action-oriented ways of grounding and bringing balance to Ajna:

  • Mediation

  • Prayer

  • Chanting

  • Nature Immersion



 

Our bodies are made up of 7 powerful energy centers called Chakras. The chakra system starts at the base of our spine and moves up toward the crown of our head. In Sanskrit, chakra means ‘wheel’ or ‘disc’. The spiraling vortex of energy in each chakra center corresponds to different organs, functions of the body, or emotions. When our chakras are ‘open’ the energy can move freely but if an energy system is disrupted, it becomes ‘blocked’ and we suffer disease. The energy of your chakras influences your mindset, behavior, and wellbeing. You can help bring the energy of these powerful meridians into alignment through practical action.

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