In yoga it’s thought that our health and spiritual growth are dependent on the correct operation of the chakras. The third eye chakra are considered to be imperceptible vortexes of energy that twist in a clockwise direction and are organized along the spinal column linking the etheric body into the physical. During these chakras disorder of the brain and soul is considered to manifest as physical symptoms within the body. Eastern tradition considers that you could activate and balance the chakras through different visualization methods.
The seven chakras are:
1st chakra the root or base chakra is located in the bottom of their spine and is associated with the color red the Sanskrit name is Muladhara meaning origin. The 2nd chakra is referred to as the sacral chakra it’s located just beneath the navel and the color is orange along with the Sanskrit name is Svadhisthana meaning itself. The 3rd chakra is referred to as the solar plexus chakra and can be located in the bottom of the sternum its color is yellowish and the Sanskrit name is Manipura significance chair of the soul. The 4th chakra referred to as the heart chakra is located in the middle of the torso its color is green along with the Sanskrit name is Anahata meaning.