Seven Chakras Thangka Painting Art is handpainted in Kathmandu Nepal which describes 7 chakras in the body.
The seven chakras symbols of the core body and what they represent.
- Base or Root Chakra (last bone in the spinal cord)
- Sacral Chakra (ovaries/prostate)
- Solar Plexus Chakra (navel area)
- Heart Chakra (heart area)
- Throat Chakra (throat and neck area)
- Brow or Third Eye Chakra (pineal gland or third eye)
- Crown Chakra (Top of head)
The Crown Chakra represents the highest level of consciousness and enlightenment. It is the connective center to spirit. This center integrates all the chakras with their respective qualities.
Mastering the lower vibrational aspects of our being we reside in the full awareness that we are spiritual beings living a human existence.
The Third Eye represents the seat of intuition and direct spiritual vision; it is here that we visualize things through our “third eye” of intuitive knowledge. The opening of the third-eye corresponds with spiritual awakening. It is the chakra of forgiveness and compassion.
The Throat Chakra is the center of communication, self-expression, and creativity. This is where the inner voice of one’s truth is expressed. It is the chakra of diplomacy, of pure relationships with others, and of playful detachment. Speaking with a knowledge of our interconnectivity through Spirit reflects mastery of this energy.
The Heart Chakra is the center of real, unconditional affection, spiritual growth, compassion, devotion, and love. It is the bridge connecting the lower and higher energies of our being and is the place where resides our Spirit, our true Self, free and independent.
The Solar Plexus Chakra is located at the center of the body it is the place where physical energy is distributed. It is the center of unrefined emotions and personal power. It is the center that gives us a sense of complete satisfaction and contentment. Our creativity is fueled by our power of will.
The Sacral Chakra has an energy that is the center for creating relationships of all kinds. It is where we develop an inward sense of self and an outward awareness of others, ego, sexuality, and family and defined as we work with this energy. The feelings of other people are directly perceived through mastery of this chakra’s energy.
The Root Chakra is the seat of physical vitality and the fundamental urge to survive. It regulates those mechanisms which keep the physical body alive. It is the chakra whose main aspect is innocence.