THE 4TH CHAKRA- HEART/ANAHATA
The 4th chakra is the Heart or Anahata chakra, Which translates to “unhurt.” This chakra your love, compassion and kindness are empowered.
It’s not hard to understand this chakra.
We all associate our hearth with love, and that’s exactly what the 4th chakra is all about, This includes love for others and love for yourself, which is why this chakra is also associated with health and healing.
Location: The heart chakra’s center is located right over your heart and it radiates down to your breastbone and up to your throat.
WHEN THIS CHAKRA IS OVERACTIVE
When the heart chakra becomes overactive, we lose our personal boundaries and make unhealthy choices, all in the name of love.
It’s important to treat yourself with the same compassion and kindness that you give others, but when the heart chakra is overactive, you may find yourself always putting the needs of others before your own.
Symptoms include a fast heart rate, palpitations, heart burn and interpersonal relationship issues.
HOW TO BALANCE YOUR 3RD CHAKRA
Balancing your 4th chakra means taking that love you’ve given to others and focusing some of it back on yourself. You can do this by doing 1 thing every day that’s just for you.
WHEN THIS CHAKRA IS UNDERACTIVE
Many people have an underactive 4th chakra. Life can send us a lot of heartbreak as a way to teach us lessons about ourselves and the world around us. But, it can be hard to not take those lessons personally.When your heart chakra is underactive, you will feel like it’s hard to get really close to anyone.It’s like building a wall around your heart and not letting anyone in. physically, you may feel out of touch with your body and suffer from circulation problems.
HOW TO ENERGIZE YOUR 4TH CHAKRA
Energizing your heart chakra may take a lot of work.Many of us have worked hard to build up our walls and defenses, and it isn’t always easy to knock them down. It first begins by loving yourself.
Show appreciation for yourself, and give yourself the love that you want others to give to you. Then, spread that compassion to those around you.