The Third Eye Chakra

There are seven chakra points. The root, the sacral, the solar plexus, the heart, the throat, the third eye, and the crown. Here is the chakra system:

What we are going to look at in this discussion is the Third Eye chakra. Here is its lotus blossom:

The Throat Chakra Information

Sanskrit Name: Ajna ( “the perception center” and “the command center”)

Location: Between the eyebrows.

Color: Indigo, Yellow, Violet, Blue

Element: Light.

Gems and Minerals: Amethyst, Purple Flourite, Sugalite, Lapis Luzuli, Indigo Sapphire, Sodalite, Azurite , Unakite, Stilbite, Ruby Zoisite, Labradorite, Pietersite, Iolite , Howlite , Herkimer Diamond, Moldavite

Flower Essences: Wild Oat, Queen Anne’s Lace, Madia

Attributes: Intuition, imagination, visualization, concentration.

Area of Body Governed: brain, neurological system, eyes, ears, nose, pituitary, pineal glands

CLEAR: Enhanced intellectual and psychic abilities. Memory is good and perceptions are accurate. Through your ability to consciously travel into the higher dimensions of our inner reality, your ability to visualize is amplified, your imagination is expanded and you’re able to project visions and imaginations into your outer world. Sinuses are clear, hearing and vision are amplified by the ability to use innate inner senses to amplify information gained by the five senses.

UNCLEAR: Difficult focusing in life. Mental health problems, detached and distant from others, and suffering intellectual stagnation. Headaches and fuzzy thinking, sinus problems, vision and hearing problems.

The Third Eye Chakra Affirmations

1. My third-eye chakra now radiates the healing Vision that awakens all life to the Living Truth.

2. I use the power of my third-eye chakra correctly.

3. My third-eye chakra is balanced.

4. My third-eye chakra is the open door for the expression of Divine Love as Truth.

5. I freely create my own reality.

6. I listen to my inner voice and let it guide me to peace and happiness.

7. I open myself to the inner vision which brings understanding of my spiritual truths.

8. My inner vision is clear and strong. I trust my intuition and inner vision.

The Troat Chakra Meditation
taken from this website:

~ As per the illustration above, sit up on your heels in rock pose, raise your arms straight out to the sides at a sixty degree angle and have your hands bent at the wrist pointing outwards as shown. If rock pose is difficult for you, you may also sit in sukh asana (simple cross legged) or even on a chair for this meditation if you like.

~ Gather all your attention and focus on the center of your forehead, right between the eyebrows. You may feel a slight pressure, or other such sensation building there as you practice this meditation.

~ Now comes the hard part :-D. Start to inhale in sixteen parts and exhale in sixteen parts. This means that sixteen tiny sniffs will be used to make one inhalation and sixteen tiny sniffs will be used to make the following exhalation. Continue this breathing pattern for the duration of the meditation. If sixteen sniffs is too many, start with eight and build up from there.

~ With every sniff visualize a tiny silver hammer tapping the center of the forehead. So 16 taps during the inhalation and 16 taps during the exhalation.

~ Start with 1 minute, build up to 3 and then onto 11 mins. From there you may push further if you like, building up to 31 minutes.

Advanced Third Eye Chakra Meditation Technique

~If you are comfortable with the above technique, and are ready for a greater challenge then apply Shambhavi Mudra throughout the practice to enhance the affect on the Ajna Chakra. Shambhavi Mudra is applied by keeping the head straight, eyes closed, but turning the eyeballs upwards such that you are trying to look through the center of the forehead. If you do apply Shambhavi Mudra, please do not strain the eyes and release it if the eyes tire, while continuing with the rest of the meditation.

Third Eye Chakra Meditations W/Music

Third Eye Chakra Links

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~ by Misuchi Sakurai on March 24, 2009.

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