HEART CHAKRA THE UNSTRUCK NOTE
- The heart chakra is the fourth of the seven chakras. The name in Sanskrit for this vortex of powerful energy is "Anahata
", which translates to "the unstruck note
". This poetic name refers to the potential energy and power of the heart
, which is often lying dormant, waiting to be struck by someone or something and thus releasing beautiful music.
is symbolized by a deep, leafy green, the color of new life, of thriving and natural beauty. Feeling loved and loving others are vitally important parts of human existence, and when the Anahata is open and blossoming like a lotus flower, life is a beautiful, happy, blissful experience
.The heart chakra is nurtured by acts of forgiveness and of unconditional love
. Perhaps the most positive actions we can take in order to fill ourselves with powerful, loving energy are those that involve some sort of voluntary work, where we selflessly give without expecting reward. Furthermore, acts of forgiveness are one of the key ways we can encourage the spinning of this chakra
. When meditating, redirect your attention to your heart, remember the feelings of love
, the physical, tangible sensation of being in love, and visualize a powerful, vivid green energy returning to this part of your body.