The ancient Vedic sages knew that plants have vibrational frequency that synchronizes with the human organism (body and psyche). These properties of plants can help in balancing and harmonizing the seven major chakras maintaining balance of mind, body and spirit.
The ROOT CHAKRA
connects us with the earth, from which we derive vital nutrients. An unbalanced chakra leads to problems with the legs, bowel, and manifests itself in the injury of the coccyx, diseases of the immune system and depression. Tea from dandelion root makes for depression, treats gallbladder disease, lowers blood pressure. A calming effect on the root chakra also provide root vegetables (carrots, parsnips, radishes, onions and garlic).
A fundamental property of the SACRAL CHAKRA
is pure creativity, attention, sensual expression, unencumbered by self-centeredness. A blocked chakra can lead to food disorders diseases of the genitourinary system, reproductive disorders, be expressed in headache, fever and emotional imbalances. Calendula is one of the plants that enhance creative potential in all spheres of life.
It is also very useful for the sacral chakra essential oil from the root of Gardenia, while its flowers soothe the soul. In the treatment of many types of infections essential oil of sandalwood, stimulating the growth of new cells. It is convenient to use for fragrance and baths. Useful for second chakra such herbs and spices like: coriander, fennel, licorice, cinnamon, vanilla, carob, sweet paprika, sesame seeds and cumin.
The SOLAR PLEXUS CHAKRA
is the center of self-control and emotion management. If this chakra is blocked we tend to feel unworthy and suffer from low self-esteem. In addition to emotional stress, anxiety and depression, this can lead to a plethora of physical problems like poor digestion, peptic ulcer, diabetes, liver or kidney problems, anorexia, bulimia, and even intestinal tumors.
To unlock the flow of energy in the solar plexus chakra is recommended, lavender, bergamot or rosemary oil. Bergamot accelerates the digestive process and leaves fresh rosemary has long been revered for its beneficial effect on the stomach and intestines. For the balance of the third chakra are also suitable: anise, celery, cinnamon, ginger, mint, Melissa, turmeric, cumin and dill.
— centre of love, compassion and forgiveness. When this chakra is blocked, we may feel lonely, abandoned and deeply unhappy. On the physical level is affected by poor circulation and emotional – lack of compassion, spiritual – lack of devotion.
Issues of love, grief, hatred, anger, jealousy, fear, betrayal, and the ability to heal yourself and others focused in the fourth chakra. Tea or tincture from the berries of Aronia increases trust, strengthens the heart and blood vessels. In the same vein, you can also use Cayenne, Jasmine, lavender, marjoram, rose petals, Basil, sage, thyme, coriander and parsley.
The THROAT CHAKRA is
largely responsible for self-expression and communication skills. The imbalance of throat chakra can lead to thyroid problems and laryngitis on the physical level, codependency on the emotional level, feelings of helplessness, fear and vulnerability on the mental and spiritual levels.
To help improve the flow of communication and freedom of expression can help the flowers of red clover. Many diseases, including diseases of the thyroid gland treated Melissa, eucalyptus oil (in the case of swelling a few drops rubbed into the area of the throat), as well as such herbs as a mother and stepmother, mint, sage and lemon grass. The sixth chakra or THIRD EYE
is associated with intuition and the pineal gland. Problems with this chakra affect the lack of imagination, failure of intuition, self-deception, and difficulties with decision-making. Physically lock the "third eye" can manifest as problems with eyes, ears, result in headaches, insomnia or nightmares.
To open the sixth chakra to see the light and dark sides as part of a whole, called mint, Jasmine and eyebright. Mint is also useful in the treatment of depression, migraines and memory loss. Heal the sixth chakra imbalances and establish the connection between mind and body juniper, mugwort, poppy, rosemary and lavender.
Finally, the CROWN CHAKRA
connects us to the universal divine energy. Chakra wisdom, enlightenment and transcendence. When our crown chakra is blocked or closed we are disconnected spiritually. On the physical level, this translates into depression, nerve system disorders, migraines, amnesia, dyslexia, and in the most extreme cases cognitive delusions and mental illness.
Contribute to the opening of the seventh chakra lavender flowers and Lotus. Lavender is one of the most popular herbs for daily meditation, which brings us in line with divine wisdom and collectively works on all the chakras. While the leaves and stems of Lotus are widely used in Japanese and Chinese cuisine, and every part of this plant has its own set of advantages.
All the above plants can be used in the form of teas and infusions to use as a seasoning for dishes, add water to baths, to aromatize the air, etc., etc. And a conscious connection in this process with the vibrations of the plants, enables to increase the effect. published
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