Karuna Yoga Vidya Peetham Bangalore

Relationships between chakras and endocrine glands.

Chakras interact with the physical body through two major vehicles, the endocrine system, and the nervous system. Each of the seven chakras is associated with one of the seven endocrine glands.

Each of the  Chakra s  or has control or  is responsible for  particular areas  of your  body.  The endocrine  system  includes a  number  of  ductless  glands that  produce  the  hormones,  acting  as chemical messengers, that are secreted into the bloodstream from particular organs to stimulate or inhibit physical  processes.  by  adjusting  the  hormone  levels,  the  endocrine  system  works  to maintain  the body  in  a  state of  optimum health.  The  Chakras are  linked  with  the  glands responsible for creating the hormones. Unsurprisingly, the positions of the Chakra s, correspond to the positions of the glands in the endocrine system and have an effect on their functioning. The link between the  Chakra s  and   the glands emphasises   the  holistic  nature of  health  and demonstrates that you need to maintain a balance in your emotional and mental activities as well as your physical diet and exercise, as they are all deeply interrelated.

  1. Muladhara Chakra: The Root Chakra is associated with the Adrenal cortex glands. It is the centre of physical energy, grounding and self-preservation. The Root Chakra governs the track, feet, hips, spine and legs. The Root Chakra is about facing physically there and feeling at home in situations. If it is open, you feel grounded, statute and secure.
  1. Svaddhistana Chakra: The Sacral Chakra governs the sexual organs, Ovaries / Testicles, I ladder, bowel and lower intestine. This Chakra is about feeling and sexuality. When it is open, your feelings how freely and are expressed without you being over-emotional.
  1. Manipura Chakra:  The Navel  Chakra  governs  the  stomach,  upper  intestines,  upper  back and upper spine. This Chakra is about asserting yourself in a group. When it is open, you feel in control  and  you  have  sufficient  self-esteem.  When  this  Chakra  is  under-active  you  tend  to  be passive and indecisive.
  1. Anahata Chakra:  The  Heart  Chakra  is  associated  with  the  Circulatory  System  and  Thymes. It is the center of compassion, love and affection. The heart Chakra  governs  the  heart,  lungs,  I food  and  circulation.  As  the  Heart  Chakra  is  about  Love, kindness  and  affection  when  it  is  open,  you  are  compassionate   and  friendly,  you  work  at harmonious relationships.
  1. Vishhudi Chakra: The Throat Chakra is associated with the Respirator}* System/Thyroid hand. It is the centre for sound, communication, speech, writing and  thought  expression.  The Throat Chakra  governs  the  throat,  thyroid,  month,  teeth,  tongue  and jaw.  This  Chakra  is  at out self-expression and taking. When it is open, you have no problems expressing yourself and you might I e doing so in a creative way.
  1. Ajna Chakra: The Third Eye Chakra is associated with the Autonomic Nervous System/Pituitary bland. It is the centre of psychic power, spirit energies, higher intuition and light. The Third Eye Chakra governs the pituitary gland, pineal gland, skull, eyes, brain, nervous system and senses. This Chakra is about insight and visualization. When it is open, you have a good intuition.  You may tend to fantasize.
  1. Sahasrara chakra: The Brown chakra is associated with the central nervous system/Pineal gland. It is the centre of enlightenment, dynamic thought, truth and oneness. The Brown Chakra governs the top of the spinal cord, I rain stem, pain centre and nerves. This Chakra is about wisdom and facing one with the world. When this Chakra is open, you are unprejudiced and quite aware of the world and yourself. If it is under-active, you are not very aware spiritually.

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