What is the function of "chakra" to keep the mind and body healthy?

 Chakra is a Sanskrit word that means a ring, a circle, a disk, or a wheel.


In oriental medicine based on the ideas of India and China, the human body is not a collection of organs and local parts, but a "mind, spirit, spirit" that is integrated with the body. ..



The chakra is the central part of the energy that this invisible spirit, spirit, and mind are connected to the body, and is connected to nature and the universe through the chakra.



The "Upanishads", which is an encyclopedia of Indian philosophy, states that "there is no liberation (spiritual evolution and escape from the body) without knowing the chakras", and knowledge about chakras can be used for spiritual improvement. It is indispensable and is said to be a true source of vitality and vitality for our lives.


This chakra part exchanges the energy of the qi inside and outside the body, and is also a node around the body.


When doing yoga, meditation, various healings, etc., it is an important part to focus on this chakra and take in a good flow of qi from outside the body.



There are seven major chakras in the human body, and by stimulating and activating them, the chakras open, the mind and body become healthy, and the body is activated. When it's closed, it's easy to get sick, dull, and unlucky.




[1st chakra] The place is between the genitals and the anus. A chakra that corresponds to the kidneys, adrenal glands, intestines, and skeleton, and the opening and closing of this chakra is related to vitality, power, and passion.



[2nd chakra] Located in Tanda (10 cm below the navel). A chakra that is compatible with the genitals and bladder. It is related to sensitivity, emotional balance, desire, and sexuality.



[Third chakra] Located between the epigastrium. A chakra that supports the stomach, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, and digestive system. It is related to self-confidence, anxiety, ego, individuality and reason.



[4th chakra] Located between both chests. A chakra that supports the heart, lungs, and circulatory system. It is related to feelings of compassion, hope, trust and emotions.



[Fifth chakra] It is under the Adam's apple. A chakra that corresponds to the throat, thyroid gland, parathyroid gland, and bronchi. It is related to will, knowledge, creativity and judgment.



[6th chakra] It is located slightly above the eyebrows. It's called the "third eye" when doing yoga. It corresponds to the eyes, nervous system, intuition, senses, and wisdom, and is related to the maturation of the intellect and spirit.



[7th Chakra] Located at Hyakukai (the top of the head). It corresponds to the brain, spirituality, intuition, and cosmic consciousness. It is related to the sense of unity with the universe and God and supernatural powers.



The 1st to 5th chakras are mainly related to the body, the 6th chakra is related to the senses and spirit, and the 7th chakra is related to spirituality and cosmic consciousness.



It is important to open the chakras in yoga and esoteric Buddhism, as the “ki” flows through these chakras. Unfortunately, even if the chakras are opened due to meditation, no effect can be expected in an environment where there is no good "feeling" around us and we are surrounded by negative energy.



There are places called power spots in various parts of Japan. It is also called the place where the gods descend.


Such a place becomes a place full of power, so if you feel depressed and upset in your body, just visiting it will be effective. In that case, do not express your negative feelings or wishes, and be indifferent.



Once you are in your own state, you should be able to sharpen your sensibilities and accept the energy-filled spirit of nature.