The Sanskrit word literally translates to wheel or disk. In , , and Ayurveda, this term refers to wheels of throughout the body. This is because the force, or prana, that moves inside of you is spinning and rotating.
There are seven main chakras, which the spine, starting from the base of the spine through to the crown of the head. These swirling wheels of correspond to massive nerve centers in the . •
☸️ Each of the seven main chakras contains bundles of nerves and major organs as well as our , , and states of being. It is that our seven main chakras stay open, aligned, and fluid.
☸️ The first 3 chakras - MULADHARA (🌏), SVADHISTHANA (💧), MANIPURAKA (🔥) - starting at the base of the spine to the navel are chakras of . They are more physical in nature. The 4th chakra - ANAHATA (air) - matter and spirit. This is situated in the heart. The last 3 Chakras - VISSUDHA (ether), AJNA (mind), SAHASRARA (soul) - from the throat to the crown of the head are Chakras of . •
☸️ Each of the chakra have a particular , , angle of position, , and mantra. It is essential to maintain a in all of the Chakras in order to live a healthy life.
In the first picture I could only take five Chakras as the other two were within the . The second picture shows each symbol with the name of the Chakras and all of their functions.