3 Stress-Reducing Chakra Healing Exercises

Posted on April 01, 2016

Your chakras are the 7 main energy centers in your body. If they are out of alignment or blocked, it can have a significant impact on your life and your health. It′s always important to engage in as many healing activities as you can to keep them balanced and functioning properly.

When you engage in chakra healing and balancing exercises on a regular basis, you feel like you can take on anything in the world. We are going to talk about a few easy chakra healing and balancing exercises you can start right now, so you can feel a reduction in stress immediately.

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Chakra Healing and Balancing

Chakra balancing is about aligning the energy in your body in a way that promotes healing. We have 7 chakras which are invisible to the naked eye:

  • Crown chakra
  • Third eye (Brow) chakra
  • Throat chakra
  • Heart chakra
  • Solar plexus chakra
  • Sacral chakra
  • Root chakra

Sometimes, the only thing that we need to do in our day to day life is to make a few tweaks to get our chakras spinning.

When the chakras are healthy and balanced we are more confident and secure, we communicate and receive communications effectively, and we′re able to make sound decisions.

With practice and a few simple cleansing exercises, you could be one healthy machine of positive energy and vibes.

Crown Chakra Healing for Calm & Serenity

The purpose of this chakra exercise is to force you to be in the moment, tune you into the divine, and your future. It combines crown chakra healing and third eye chakra healing which will help relax your busy mind.

  • Put one hand on top of the crown of your head.
  • With your other hand, put a few fingers right over the third eye chakra (the point on your forehead between your two eyes)
  • Hold this position until you can feel your pulse through both hands

Crown Chakra Healing for Harmony

This is a great exercise for attaining a general sense of harmony from within. Try it at the end of a busy day, after a stressful event, or after events with a lot of people (such as shopping or a big family dinner.)

  • Put your hand on your crown chakra, on top of your head
  • Place a few fingers from your other hand on the tip of your nose
  • Center, breathe deeply, and wait until you feel pulse points in each location

Throat Chakra Healing for Communication

Have you ever been at a loss for words, or unable to think of the right comeback at the right time? We all have, trust me. When your throat chakra is in good shape, you send and receive messages easily. And when your communication game is en pointe, your stress level naturally goes down. This throat chakra healing exercise helps put some power back into your voice.

Begin by simply exercising your voice, like a singer would do before a performance. Warm up your vocal chords by chanting “ohm” or another relaxing sound.

  • Put your hand on your crown chakra, on top of your
  • Place the other hand over your throat until you can feel a pulse
  • Breathe in then out, deeply until you feel all of your negative stress exit your body with every breath
  • As you exhale, visualize words like “fear”, “stress”, or “worry” leaving with your breath

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When you keep connected from your root to your crown chakras, you instantly calm down, glow from within, and recognize and speak truth. Did these chakra balancing exercises work for you? How often did you try them before you started feeling the results? We would love to hear your stories of chakra healing

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Christine Beswick

As a Scorpio, I’m a natural empath, using my watery emotional side to bring you the astrology answers you need to find abundance. My favorite tools of choice are the stars, as it was my grandmother who first told me many moons ago that’s where all the answers were. And my Scorpio side favors writing as my medium of choice to express those answers. When I’m not pondering life’s big questions, it is my dream to one day be the crazy cat lady on my street. Read More by Christine Beswick