Crown Chakra or Sahasrara:
Hi, there my lovelies! Hope you all are doing well and staying safe. Today, I will share with you the final part of the balancing Chakra series through guided meditation. We will open up and balance the crown chakra or Sahasrara.
What is the crown sacra or Sahasrara?
The Crown Chakra is the 7th and final chakra. It is located on the top of the head, an area called the crown. This point is said to be where energy enters the body. If the crown chakra is blocked, the energy can’t get to other chakras, the mind or the body, which sounds awful! The crown chakra pulls all of the other chakras together.
The crown chakra is called the Sahasrara Chakra in Sanskrit, which means the thousand-fold chakra. The lotus symbol for this chakra also has 1000 petals (though my drawing may have slightly fewer). One of the best methods of balancing this spiritual crown chakra is silence. Allowing yourself time and space to think and be really helps the crown chakra. For this reason, meditation is very effective for healing and balancing the crown chakra.
Location of Crown Chakra:
Crown Chakra is located at the crown of the head. The gift of this chakra is experiencing unity and the selfless realization that everything is connected at a fundamental level. The energy of crown chakra allows us to experience mystical oneness with everyone and everything in nature.
The most commonly accepted location for the crown chakra is at the top of the head or slightly above the head. It sits like a crown, radiating upwards, hence its name. The Crown chakra is primarily associated with the pituitary gland, and secondarily to the pineal and the hypothalamus. The hypothalamus and pituitary gland work in pairs to regulate the endocrine system. Because of its location, the crown chakra is closely associated with the brain and the whole nervous system.
People must not mistake the personal spiritual connection of the seventh chakra with religion. Religion is rooted in group followings, suggesting in numbers we are safe. Spirituality is an individual experience directed towards releasing fears of the physical world and relating to the divine and knowing the divine is in all of us.
Element Associated With Crown Chakra:
The element associated with Crown Chakra is thought. This energy center is associated with the element of thought, connection to spirit, universal consciousness, enlightenment, wisdom, unity, and self-knowledge.
Crown Chakra Color:
The crown chakra is most commonly represented with the color white, although it can also be depicted as deep purple. The auric color of crown chakra energy can also be seen as gold, white, or clear light.
No explanation of the crown chakra symbol meaning would be complete without an exploration of the colors used to depict it — violet and white. Violet is the traditional color associated with spiritualism and intuition, while white is commonly accepted as a hue of purity, forgiveness, and renewal. Taken together, these colors are a good marriage of hues for the energy center that governs your ability to forgive, awaken and hone your intuition, and also cleanse and renew yourself physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
Crown Chakra Symbol:
The symbol of the Crown chakra is composed of a circle, a thousand petals. The dominating color of the crown chakra symbol is white. Its petals are multicolor, like a rainbow. The circle is sometimes compared to the symbol of the full moon.
The 1,000-petaled lotus symbol associated with the crown chakra is one that possesses transcendental meaning. Also known as the Sahasrara chakra, the crown chakra is the energy center of spiritualism and universal knowledge that links you to the Divine.
Mudra of Crown Chakra:
The Mudra of A Thousand Petals is the mudra to open crown chakra. Holding this mudra high above your head can open the gateway to the crown chakra’s domain of universal consciousness, divinity, and transcendence. Place the tips of your index fingers and thumbs together to touch, forming a pyramid shape.
Mantra For Crown Chakra:
The mantra associated with the crown chakra is the classic AUM, also sometimes written om. This sound is said to be the sound of the universe. It encompasses the beginning, middle, and end of everything in its three sounds (A-U-M).
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