THE HEART TO BRING BALANCE
The Heart Chakra or Anahata goes by various names, anahata-puri or padma-sundara and many more. In Tantric teaching, Anahata (meaning “unstruck note”) has 12 white or red petals while the central part is a smokey blue/black color symbolizing the element of Air, The Anahata is positioned in the center of the chest and is connected to the Thymus Chakra.
The 12 petals of the Anahata represent:
~an attitude of defiance.
It is associated with the element (or tattwa) of Air, and is the seat of the Divine Soul or Higher Self, the Jivatman, represented by the image of a motionless golden lamp-flame. The Heart Chakra is not primarily about falling in love, it is not a sentimental kind of love. Instead its fire is fueled by the love creation—the same love that causes us to delight in the feel of soft rain of the scent of a flower.
Anahata is at the center of our luminous auric body. The color of light to balance it is a bright grass-green, and quite commonly the petals are shown in this color. Anahata, mid-point in the seven chakras and mid-point in the body, it’s considered the gateway to consciousness.
The condition of un-“Balance” may manifest as dis-ease in these areas:
weakened immunity (thymus gland)
difficulty in keeping a positive attitude
Balance of the Heart Chakra will ease these states of consciousness.
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