The seventh chakra: Sahasrara
THE CROWN CHAKRA
Today we are diving into the 7th chakra.
The 7th chakra is called the Crown Chakra or the “thousand petal lotus” chakra and is located at the crown of the head.
This is the chakra of enlightenment and spiritual connection to our higher selves, others, and ultimately, to the divine. It is located at the crown of the head
The crown chakra (or Sahasrara in Sanskrit) is associated with the color violet or white.
The 7th chakra represents the connection between you and the divine. It is responsible for spirituality, belief systems, revelation, divine consciousness, and enlightenment. Your brain functions and the central nervous system are controlled by this chakra.
One of the best essential oil to balance the 7th chakra is Frankincense. The following WILD GRACE products contain this oil used since ancient times:
- KAPHA perfume
When your Crown Chakra is blocked/unbalanced you may experience…
- Loneliness, insignificance, and aimlessness
- A strong attachment to material possessions
- A lack of connection or guidance from a higher power
- Feeling unworthy of spiritual help and anger that your higher power has abandoned you
- Migraines and tension headaches
A great mantra for balancing this chakra is:
“I am one with the divine. I honor the divine within and around me.”
I hope you enjoyed our journey into the incredible world of the chakras. Remember it’s not the destination that matters, but the journey. So don’t forget to practice love, patience, and compassion. You are worth it!
In Grace & Light,
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