The Anahata Chakra is the centre of our organic body, and where our atman (true self) resides. This practice is all about tapping into our innermost desires, gratitude, and unconditional love, to receive the day with an open heart.
The Sahasrara chakra is what connects us to Brahman (the divine, higher self or universe), our dreams, thoughts, spirituality and wisdom. Clear this chakra to open yourself up to inspiration, fresh thoughts, relieve overthinking and stress, and to hear your inner wisdom.
Centered around the tailbone and seat of the spine, the Mulhadara Chakra is all about the foundations that ground us in the here and now: family, home, work, money. This practice will help ground you in the present moment, so you can powerfully move through on your day.
The Manipura chakra is governed by the Sun, and rules our ego, identity, self-awareness, and attachments in the world. Practice this to boost your confidence, release your ego attachments, and create freedom in your self-expression.