Chakren

Chakren

Definition, Ursprung, Beeinflussung:

Hier erläutern wir Dir im folgenden kurz und bündig zusammengefasst das Wichtigste über Chakren, deren Definition, Ursprung und mit was diese sich beeinflussen lassen.

Wie definiert man eigentlich Chakra und was ist das genau?

Du kannst Dir ein Chakra als Energiewirbel vorstellen. Im Wechsel rotiert er nach links und rechts. Dieser Energiewirbel verbindet sozusagen unseren physischen Körper mit unserer Aura. So können unserer Aura und unser Körper miteinander in Verbindung treten, sich austauschen und Energie übertragen.

Der Ursprung:

Die ersten Erwähnungen liegen über 4`000 Jahre zurück. Der Ursprung findet sich im Hinduismus und in der Geschichte des Yoga. Auffallend viele Religionen berichten von einer Chakren Lehre. Allen voran finden sich Aufzeichnungen bei den Veden und im Hinduismus sowie in der Yoga Philosophie. Aber auch im Buddhismus sowie im Tantra, bei den Inkas und bei den Indianern. Trotz des Vielfälltigem verschiedenen Ursprungs finden sich auffallend viele Übereinstimmungen in den verschiedenen Chakra Systemen.

Die dazugehörigen Symbole:

Jedem Chakra wurde ein Symbol nämlich ein Mandala und eine Farbe zugeordnet. Genau genommen haben sie keine Farben. Es wird jedoch von besonders sensiblen Menschen berichtet, welche diese Farben tatsächlich wahrnehmen können als sichtbares Chakra oder auch als Aura.
Überdies erfolgte eine Zuordnung der Wirkung des jeweiligen Chakras auf uns. Es gibt je nach Ursprung der Tradition verschiedene Ansätze der Definition der Haupt-Chakren. Die geläufigste Betrachtungsweise ist die der 7 Haupt-Chakren. Es finden sich jedoch auch Betrachtungen, bei denen von 8 oder 9 Haupt-Chakren ausgegangen wird. Wir fokussieren uns an dieser Stelle auf die 7 Haupt-Chakren.
Unser Körper wird also in 7 Haupt-Energiezentren unterteilt. Diese zeigen uns unseren Zustand des Bewusstsein an, aber auch innere Blockaden, Themen wo uns beschäftigen.

Beeinflussung der Chakren:

Unsere Chakren lassen sich durch Düfte, Gewürze und Klang beeinflussen. Am meisten jedoch durch Yoga und die „passenden“ Asanas (Bewegungen).
Auch wird Heilsteinen eine Wirkungsweise nachgesagt, womit man sie beeinflussen kann. Als Anhaltspunkt kannst Du unsere Empfehlungen berücksichtigen oder sonst als Faustregel gilt:
Wähle einen Stein in der Farbe, des jeweiligen Chakras, welches Du ansprechen möchtest.

Definition Chakra
A chakra (English chakra and pl. chakras) is a rotating (alternating left and right), subtle vortex of energy at the front and back of the body. It is located along a central energy channel, with each chakra penetrating the physical body and connecting it to the subtle bodies (the aura) of the person. The chakra fulfils the function of supplying the subtle body and the physical body with life energy and transmitting energy and information between them. They are communicators and energy valves between the energy bodies, the kundalini energy and an important part of the human energy system.

Spirituality and chakra teachings
Each chakra has a specific meaning for our body, mind and spirit. The state of the chakras – degree of opening, blockages, energy strength etc. – simultaneously represents the state of consciousness or spirituality. The chakras are mirrors of our state of consciousness and show very clearly where we are and which issues and problems are pending and need to be dealt with or looked at. Through them we can recognise any problems and blockages in our development. At the same time, we can significantly influence this development by working with the chakras, especially chakra meditation. Activation, opening, cleansing and healing of the chakras has a corresponding influence on our state of consciousness or spirituality.

Chakra systems
The chakra system as transmitted by the Vedas is not the only one, in fact the chakras are known under different names in numerous spiritual traditions on all continents. Thus there are chakra systems in Buddhism, Hinduism, Yoga, Tantra, the Tibetan Bon religion, among the Incas, among the North American Indians, in early Christianity, Qigong, Sufism and Hsychasm. But also in the West, new chakra systems have developed over time, for example the 12-chakra system, which is used by many energy healers.

How do you actually define chakra and what is it exactly?
You can imagine a chakra as an energy vortex. It rotates alternately to the left and right. This energy vortex connects our physical body with our aura, so to speak. In this way our aura and our body can connect with each other, exchange and transfer energy.
The origin of the chakras
The first mention of chakras dates back over 4,000 years. The origin can be found in Hinduism and in the history of yoga. A remarkable number of religions report about chakra teachings. First and foremost, records are found in the Vedas and in Hinduism as well as in yoga philosophy. But also in Buddhism, Tantra, the Incas and the Indians. Despite the many different origins, there are strikingly many similarities in the various chakra systems.

The corresponding symbols
Each chakra has been assigned a symbol, namely a mandala and a colour. Strictly speaking, chakras have no colours. However, there are reports of particularly sensitive people who can actually perceive these colours as visible chakras or as auras.
Moreover, the effect of the respective chakra on us has been assigned. Depending on the origin of the tradition, there are different approaches to the definition of the main chakras. The most common approach is that of the 7 main chakras. However, there are also approaches that assume 8 or 9 main chakras. At this point we will focus on the 7 main chakras.
Our body is therefore divided into 7 main energy centres. Our chakras indicate our state of consciousness, but also inner blockages, issues that occupy us.

Influencing chakras
Our chakras can be influenced by scents, spices and sound. But most of all through yoga and the “appropriate” asanas (movements).
Healing stones are also said to have an effect on the different chakras. As a guideline, you can take our recommendations into account or otherwise apply as a rule of thumb:
Choose a stone in the colour of the chakra you want to address.

But how do you actually define chakra and what is it exactly?
Basically, you can imagine a chakra as an energy vortex. This rotates alternately from left to right. This means that the energy vortices connect our physical body with our aura, so to speak. This allows our aura and our body to connect with each other. Furthermore, exchange and transfer energy.
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chakra

Our pendant 7 chakras glass – the origin of the chakras
The first mention of chakras dates back over 4,000 years. The origin can be found in the history of yoga as well as in Hinduism. It is striking how many religions report about a chakra teaching. On the one hand, there are records in the Vedas and in Hinduism. On the other hand, in yoga philosophy. Also in Buddhism and Tantra. Also among the Incas and the Indians. Furthermore, despite the many different origins, there are strikingly many similarities in the various chakra systems.

Accordingly, the corresponding symbols
Furthermore, each chakra has been assigned a symbol, namely a mandala and a colour. Strictly speaking, however, chakras have no colours. Nevertheless, there are reports of particularly sensitive people who can actually perceive these colours. They “see” them as a visible chakra or aura.
In addition, there is an attribution of the different effects of the respective chakra on us. On the one hand, this refers to physical as well as psychological effects. Depending on the origin of the tradition, there are different approaches to the definition of the main chakras. However, the most common approach is that of the 7 main chakras. On the other hand, however, there are also approaches that assume 8 or 9 main chakras. However, at this point we will focus on the 7 main chakras.
According to this, our body is divided into 7 main energy centres. More precisely, the chakras indicate our state of consciousness. Consequently, they also show inner blockages and issues that are bothering us.

Influencing chakras
Our chakras can be influenced by scents, spices and sound. But most of all through yoga and the “appropriate” asanas (movements).
Healing stones are also said to have an effect on the different chakras. As a guideline, you can take our recommendations into account or otherwise apply as a rule of thumb:
Choose a stone in the colour of the chakra you want to address.
Under this link you will find a test to find out how your chakras are doing.
https://www.eclecticenergies.com/deutsch/chakren/chakradotest

Colours of the 7 chakras
Chakras do not actually have colours in the conventional sense, as their vibrational level is outside the spectrum visible to the human eye. However, the frequencies of the chakras strongly resonate with the frequencies of certain colours in the light spectrum. Some clairvoyant people can actually perceive the vibrations of the chakras as colours. They range from black in the lowest range, to red for the 1st main chakra (root chakra), to white/transparent (with certain violet components from the 6th chakra) for the 7th main chakra (crown chakra) and finally merge back into black with ascending height in infinity (God). A common misconception should be mentioned briefly at this point: The seventh chakra does not have the colour violet, but is white/transparent and carries violet parts shining through from the 6th chakra. The colours are an important aid in working with the individual chakras.

Gemstones / Healing Stones of the 7 Chakras
Very similar to the resonance of the colours, the chakras also resonate with certain gemstones or healing stones. A simple basic rule applies: choose a stone with the matching chakra colour for the respective chakra. Well-matched gemstones have a particularly high resonance and can certainly be used for healing purposes. They also support our spiritual development.

Chakra theory: 7 chakras
Finally, knowledge about the chakras has been passed down not only from Indian philosophy, but also from many other spiritual traditions around the globe. There are corresponding traditions from the Tibetan Bon religion, the healing knowledge of the Incas, the Zulu, the Hopi and the Tsalgi. In spite of small differences, all these chakra systems show astonishing agreement, even deep into the description of the function of individual chakras.
Most texts speak of “the seven chakras”, but there are different systems in chakra teachings, some of which assume more or even fewer than seven chakras. Despite these differences, most systems agree on those seven chakras which are referred to here as the 7 main chakras. How can such differences occur? In many cases it is mainly a matter of definition. There are numerous energy centres and nodes in the body. Not all systems refer to these as chakras. Also, in some systems the boundary between chakras, energy centres and energy fields is unclear. It is also important to remember that what is being described here are intuitively perceived, very subtle structures that are often difficult to put into words. However, I think the main difference in the observation of the systems lies more in the degree of concentration on what is essential and can be influenced by the person concerned. The following thought prevails: What is the use of a chakra system with a multitude of individual detailed chakras if one does not really know the essential chakras and cannot work with them?

Systems with more than 7 main chakras
Already in the ancient Vedic texts there are reports of additional chakras, which have received more and more attention in more recent times. Some of these systems work with 9 chakras, others with 8 essential chakras. Especially these two higher chakras, the 8th and 9th chakra, which are located above the parietal chakra, are now widely accepted and have, for example, also been handed down in the spiritual tradition of the Incas. From our point of view, however, these chakras are only of importance if the 7th chakra has been activated and significantly opened. This is currently only the case for a very small number of people. Nevertheless, it should be mentioned that in our opinion, even beyond the 9th chakra, there are other main chakras. These chakras are connected to our higher consciousness bodies or parts, which are located in different high dimensions.
From our experience, when working and analysing the energy centres of the body, it makes sense to first limit oneself to the seven main chakras. This is where one can have the greatest influence and effect on one’s development. For special purposes, especially for healing purposes, it is advisable to include the so-called minor chakras on a case-by-case basis. From this point of view it is understandable that most chakra systems concentrate on the 7 main chakras.

Secondary chakras
In recent years, especially in the New Age movement, new chakra systems have become more and more popular, which assume 12 or even 16 chakras, whereby this range is becoming increasingly confusing. But also in the traditional tantric texts other important energy centres are mentioned besides the main chakras, which are called minor chakras and lower chakras. Whether these should be called chakras in terms of their function, or rather supporting energy centres, is however a question of definition.
Frequently, points on the feet and hands (“foot chakras”, “hand chakras”), or even on the knees and elbows are also called minor chakras. From our point of view, these clearly do not have the character of chakras, but represent (not insignificant) energy areas or nodes.

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