“Disease is often an accumulation of damned-up energy. When we learn how energy moves through the Chakras, we can begin to allow it to flow freely through our bodies, creating greater health.”
– Caroline Shola Arewa
In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about a subject that’s gaining a lot of mainstream traction – Chakras.
If you want to learn:
- What Chakras are
- The difference between the seven Chakras and how they affect your health
- How to balance and maintain Chakras using microcurrent technology
Then you’re in the right place.
We’re going to explain the mechanics behind what is often considered a spiritual belief and share how microcurrent therapy is the key to tapping into these vital energy channels for optimal health and wellness.
What are Chakras?
A Chakra is a place in your physical body where you feel vital energy localized when experiencing a feeling. It is believed that an imbalance in Chakras may lead to illness, physical disease, musculoskeletal problems, and mental health challenges like anxiety and depression.
Chakras are energy hubs within your body that help to regulate critical processes like:
- Organ Function
- Immune System Function
The Science Behind Chakras
Chakras are often regarded as a spiritual belief, but we tend to look at them through a more mechanical lens in holistic healing. In our bodies, we have a system that is functionally running on electricity. Our bodies are machines after all, and each person’s body is a unique one.
Your electrical body relies on passing electricity along specific wires (or meridians) to vital organs in order to power them. The Chakras are a critical component of this electrical system and function like backup batteries for your various systems.
Chakras are often described as wheels that are turning, and that analogy is actually quite clever. Our Chakras are cogs keeping things going in the machine of the human body.
Dr. Frankenstein had the right idea with electricity; it is life, and in its dysfunction, we lose life. People can eliminate trauma, both physical and emotional, by recharging and rebalancing these wheels. Next, let’s briefly discuss these wheels (Chakras) and what could indicate dysfunction in them.
Meridians and Chakras
Meridian channels and the autonomic nervous system follow the same path along the spine. This is also where the Chakras receive and transmit Universal Energy into and away from the body.
To learn more about the connection between meridian and chakras, please read the following blogs:
- Balancing the Meridians with Microcurrent Therapy
- Energy Medicine, Meridians, and Curing Chronic Pain and Disease: Is It For Real?
The Seven Chakras
It is believed that every body contains seven Chakras positioned from the base of the spine to the crown of the head. Each Chakra possesses its own vibrational frequency, which is represented through a particular Chakra color and regulates specific functions that help make you, well, human.
Below, you will find a chart that is helpful in understanding and referencing the seven chakras. Below this chart, we will go a little more in-depth with each Chakra and what an imbalance could look like.
The Root Chakra
If there is an imbalance in the Root Chakra (located at the base of your spine), you may experience fear, anxiety, or bad dreams. Physical imbalances may be expressed as problems in the colon and bladder, with elimination, or even lower back, leg, or feet issues. In men, prostate problems may also occur.
The Sacral Chakra
The second Chakra, the Sacral Chakra, is also known as the sexual and creative Chakra. It is located a few inches below the navel and above the pubic bone and encompasses the genital region. When your Sacral Chakra is out of balance, you may experience emotional instability, fear of change, sexual dysfunction, depression, or addictions.
The Solar Plexus Chakra
Next up is the Solar Plexus Chakra. If you are experiencing imbalance here, you can suffer from low self-esteem, have difficulty making decisions, and may have anger or control issues. This means that your solar Chakra is blocked and therefore cannot achieve its full potential. Physically this Chakra impacts your Digestion – and anyone struggling with digestive health.
The Heart Chakra
Located on the center of our chest is the Heart Chakra, which has the potential to dramatically affect all of the other Chakras above and below, as it blocks our central highway connecting the others from working in harmony.
Respiratory conditions, such as lung infection and bronchitis, circulatory and heart-related issues, feeling closed off, jealousy, and fear of intimacy, are all symptoms related to an imbalanced heart chakra. It’s also important to talk about the concept of a broken heart. If you have been hurt by someone, whether it was the death of a friend, spouse, or family member, or feel abandoned by someone… this Chakra could be at a standstill.
The Throat Chakra
The Throat Chakra, located at the center of the neck, is the fifth Chakra which regulates the movement of energy between the lower parts of the body and the head. If you have issues speaking or verbalizing anything or feel that you hold back how you feel, then this Chakra may be impacted. Headaches, fatigue, autoimmune disease, and hypothyroidism are all connected to this Chakra.
The Third Eye Chakra
Positioned at the forehead, the Third Eye Chakra is the sixth of seven Chakras. Often regarded as the “conscience,” this Chakra governs the pineal gland and your vision, intuition, memory, and imagination. You’ll notice we make use of this Chakra in anything to do with the brain.
The Crown Chakra
The Crown Chakra is the seventh and final major Chakra. It is located on the crown of the head and is associated with spirituality. A deficiency in the crown Chakra tends to cause subtle, systemic problems. These include:
- Depression and mental fog
- Chronic fatigue
- Migraines and other chronic headaches
- Greed and materialism
It is also believed that the Crown Chakra plays a significant role in learning disabilities.
Do any of these symptoms strike you as intuitively true for you? In that case, you will likely want to look at these as potential areas to treat with microcurrent therapy.
How to Treat and Balance Chakras for Health and Wellness
The most advanced Microcurrent devices on the market (like our Avazzia Pro Sport III) have Chakra frequency sets built-in. These sets are established to open up the Chakras, unblocking them from whatever may have them jammed up. Additionally, microcurrent accessories like the ViaQi can help you treat the individual Chakras with their appropriate programs and preferred frequencies.
Another way to tap into and balance your Chakras would be with the Avazzia Life Evolution and a Scalar Qi– we’ve heard from many patients that this method is effective for them – give it a try and see how you feel! After all, what works for one person may not work for everyone. It’s all about finding out what’s suitable for your individual body and constitution.
Nurture and Maintain Your Chakras Today
So, there it is—a basic introduction to Chakras. We here at Pain Free for Life highly encourage you to look at them through this lens: As a physical part of your body electric that has to be nurtured and maintained. It is expected and entirely normal for Chakras to get knocked out of balance or stall completely.
“The struggles of everyday life impact us all. But remember, you have the tools to restart these overtaxed systems and get them going again – so don’t hesitate to use them.”
– Dr. Rob Vanbergen