Heart Chakra Anahata
Heart Chakra Anahata
COLOR: GREEN, PLACE: CENTER OF THE CHEST KEYWORDS: BALANCE, HARMONY AND LOVE STONE: AVENTURINE
Peace in the heart - Anahata chakra
Key words: acceptance of self, others and situations, harmony, simplicity, inner peace, making right decisions, love for fellow human beings, meaningfulness, inner warmth, open, compassionate, balanced, in touch with one's feelings, sadness, being able to give and receive Love.
Body part: heart, center of chest, lungs
Suggestions for exercises for the heart chakra
- Listen from the heart
- Walk around with an internal flashlight and look. How does it look? How does your heart feel? How does the color green feel to you? Do you remember times when you have known your heart more? How did it feel then? What were the occasions?
- Exercise 2 people: Sit two by two, tell your partner about your heart.
- Get crayons and colored pencils, draw a picture of your heart.
- Walk in the woods
- Atisha's heart meditation
- Aura Soma Heart Chakra Bottle
- Cozy up
- Speak from the heart
Liberating breathing Osho breath: breathe intensely with emphasis on exhalation high up in the chest.
Maintain intensity and focus for about 45 minutes. You often get tingling, numbness and strange sensations in the body. It is perfectly OK as the strong oxygenation starts processes in the body that help us to increase contact with ourselves. When the time has passed, just release the breath and let the body breathe in when it wants to. With the strong oxygenation in the body, it can take up to a minute before the body breathes again. A deep state of meditation can fall into this floating and self-free state when we do not have to control and influence the breath. Just let go...We lie down and relax for at least 10 minutes.
- What does your heart long for? Listen to your heart Write a diary.
Stones for the fourth chakra: aventurine, jade, heliotrope, green calcite, malachite, moss agate and all green stones
“There is nothing more sacred than love and laughter, and there is nothing more prayerful than playfulness.”