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|Updated||December 7, 2012|
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MEDITATIONS FOR HEALING THE HEART CHAKRA
THE HEART CHAKRA – THE FOURTH CHAKRA
Located near the center of the breastbone or sternum, this chakra represents higher consciousness and love. The Heart chakra is associated with the heart, thymus gland, lower lung and circulatory system.
The heart chakra acts as the balance point for all the chakras. It governs our relationships and how we interact with other people. A balanced heart chakra is expressed in acceptance of self and others, personal values and ethics, following one’s unique direction in life.
A balanced Heart Chakra means expansion, freedom and growth. Meditating is a great way to help to open up your different chakras which is why we have developed this app to provide you with some lovely heart chakra meditations.
Some signs that the Heart Chakra is out of balance are:
Lack of self discipline
Difficulty in relationships
An attempt to live vicariously through another
Dependence on someone else for your happiness
HEART CHAKRA – Color
The color associated with the heart chakra is Green. Green symbolizes harmony, creativity, health, abundance and nature. It is the combining of yellow (soul) and blue (spirit). Green, nature’s color, offers new energy and revitalizes tired nerves.
All the green stones – emerald, green tourmaline, malachite, jade, chrysoprase, dipotase, peridot, aventurine, moss agate, green jasper – are used with the heart chakra. (see heart chakra gemstones)
Healing and the heart chakra
For healing, green is used to balance the vibrations of the nervous system. It is said to aid any heart problem or blood pressure disorder. It is also used to restore tired nerves and will help those in need of more energy.
Anahata (Sanskrit: अनाहत, Anāhata) is the name for the heart fourth chakra according to the Hindu Yogic, Shakta) and Buddhist Tantric traditions.
In Sanskrit the word anahata – means unhurt, un-struck and unbeaten. Anahata Nad refers to the Vedic concept of unstruck sound, the sound of the celestial realm.