We are on the 6th Chakra which is the Third Eye Chakra. We have 1 more to go. If you would like to go over the other 5 before moving onto this one you will find by using the following links below. You will also get find other guides and information that may help you with starting your meditation and mindfulness routine.
Now lets us move onto the 6th Chakra.
Third Eye Chakra
This is called Ajna which means “Beyond Wisdom”. This is the source of your spiritual connection and psychic abilities. People with strong intuition or who have extrasensory perception would have a strong, balanced third eye. Even if you have no interest in this side of things keeping this chakra balanced is extremely important.
The third eye helps to open up your Pineal gland which is an extremely powerful part of our brains. This can be activated to a higher level and once done it can allow you to receive information from sources other than our five senses.
It is Indigo in colour and is located between your eyebrows.
When balanced your feel, balanced. You feel at peace and as you are receiving information from your 6th sense you feel at peace with decisions and the path you are on. You are content with what you have and the obstacles of life are not so burdensome as this is the way things are meant to be. You will subconsciously and consciously avoid negative places, situations, and people as don’t want this balance to be disrupted.
When you feel lost you are more prone to being led and this is a sign of an underactive chakra. There is a lack of purpose and feelings of wanting something else. This feeling comes from deep within. You have never truly fulfilled no matter what you do. Most of society looks poorly upon meditation and society as a whole does not believe in the development of your soul or finding inner peace. As a result, many are closed off and are in a state of constant stress as they look for that something they will never find in the material world.
If your 3rd eye is overactive then it is most likely that you are working with this chakra too much. You most likely work a lot with Reiki, tarot reading, and other paranormal activities. Healing this through grounding or meditation would be a requirement of your daily cleansing routine to avoid this. Most of us would not find ourselves in this situation and we are not overwhelmed by human experiences.
Let’s Start The Meditation Guide Part 11
Your breath is still very important and you should start with this practice if possible. You can then incorporate your breath into the routine before during and after. The point is there is no hard and fast rule and you should do what you enjoy and what works for you.
- Your bedroom or meditation area is free from distractions or can be made duller if possible.
- Headphones can be used during this practice.
- Just listen to what is being said. It’s that easy and remember your breathing.
- Taking CBD can enhance this experience as discovered by many. Find out what else CBD could do for you HERE.
As always a good Reiki Master could advise you in this area. Click n the link to find mine HERE.
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There is 114 Chakras in the body however most people only concern themselves 7 of the main ones.
Meditation is where someone will practice certain routines to relax and focus the mind. They will do this by concentrating on a certain object or thought. When they lose awareness of that thought they will re-focus on it again. The art of catching yourself not focusing is meditation in action.
There are many ways to meditate. The art of focusing on one item or thought is needed. The easiest way to start is to concentrate on the breath. Guided meditation is often best for beginners.
No, however in time Mantras and other types of music are great aids to the meditation routines. They can add variation to your mindfulness routines to keep them fresh and exciting. We recommend at the start you try to meditate without music and concentrate on your breath as a point of focus or listen to your guide.
No, and this is one of the biggest misconceptions about meditation. Thinking of nothing is hardly possible. Instead you try to maintain your mind to one single thought or mental activity. Allowing your brain, body, and spirit to relax and slow down. Do not get frustrated when your mind drifts. The art or practice of refocusing is where the meditation occurs.
As simple as this sounds you learn by doing. You are unique and there are many ways to meditate. Start off slow and concentrate on the basics such as the breath. Consistency and patience are the things that will help you the most. You just need the desire and a little guidance to start off.
What do I need to start meditating?
Time needed: 10 minutes.
The things I need to Meditate
You need to set aside at least 10 minutes a day.
- An Area Or Space
This area should be quiet and free from distraction. Not so cold or warm that it bothers you. Somewhere you could possibly dim the lighting.
- Equipment Essentials
You need a chair, mat if on the floor or a bed. Something you can relax on that wont make the process you comfortable so you are not distracted and fidgeting.
- Other Essentials
CBD Oils to help further relax you and enhance the experience. Earphones or speakers to play guided meditation.
- Patience and Consistency
The benefits of meditation and mindfulness do not happen over night. You should be prepared to do these routines over a period of about 3 weeks to start getting and seeing the full benefits.