From centuries, keeping a track of chakras has been recognised as valuable for both mental and physical wellbeing. Meditation of Chakra cannot only boost inner strength but also enhances your attitude towards positiveness and calmness. Let us take you towards the sixth and the significant chakra Ajna in order to give you suitable tips that will definitely enhance your way of living with the proper functioning of your body. So, scroll down and keep on reading about it and bring a sense of consistency to your overall well-being and mental attitude.
Meaning and Significance
Ajna which is known as the guru chakra or third-eye chakra is one of the most important sixth primary chakra in the body. This chakra is strongly related to the part of your brain and can be made more powerful from not only consuming the food but also through a combination of meditations, yoga and other spiritual practices.
Name of the chakra: Ajna
Location: On the forehead, in between or slightly above eyebrows
The sixth chakra, popularly called as the third eye or the brow chakra is known as being the centre of wisdom- this chakra’s element is light. A balanced third-eye chakra lets us see clearly, focus, and trust our own intuitions. The chakra’s energy stems from our purpose, ability to grow, and desire to constantly learn. Physically, supporting the frontal sinuses, ears and eyes, an imbalance in this chakra may cause headaches, blurry vision, tension and sleep disturbances.
Foods to feed it with: Purple kale, purple grapes, purple cabbage, eggplant, and purple carrot and purple cabbage. Cocoa, rich in flavonoids and boosts serotonin which helps in relieving stress and inflammation. These foods help to regain focus. Spices like poppy seeds are also best for this chakra.
Physiological Functions of the Ajna Chakra
- This chakra is responsible to control and rejuvenates the pituitary gland, endocrine glands and the brain as well.
- This chakra also gives energy to your right eye and ear.
- Ajna Chakra gives vitality to the basic chakra Muladhara and thus promotes the health of your skin.
- It is also known as the master chakra as it guides other major chakras as well.