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Of course, we are all incredibly different. Some of us relate more to sounds than concepts. Others to colors. Chakras have a lot of different jumping off points and just like meditation, they wont all work for you, but one area might. Here are the seven chakras and some of the key information that relates to them.

ROOT CHAKRA (BASE OF THE SPINE)

Related to feeling at home in different situations and within yourself.

Sanskrit name: Muladhara

Color: red

Sound: lam

SACRAL CHAKRA

Related to emotions, creativity, and passions.

Sanskrit name: Svadhisthana

Color: orange

Sound: vam

NAVEL CHAKRA

Related to self-esteem, power, and assertiveness.

Sanskrit name: Manipura

Color: yellow

Sound: ram

HEART CHAKRA

Related to love (including self-love), courage, compassion, and connection.

Sanskrit name: Anahata

Color: green

Sound: yam

THROAT CHAKRA

Related to how your truth relates to your speech and your power of expression.

Sanskrit name: Vishudha

Color: blue

Sound: ham

THIRD EYE CHAKRA (IN BETWEEN THE EYEBROWS)

Related to intuition, insight, and imagination.

Sanskrit name: Ajna

Color: indigo

Sound: om

CROWN CHAKRA

Related to your feeling of connectivity with the rest of the world as well as your spiritual beliefs.

Sanskrit name: Sahasrara

Color: purple

Sound: om (Already makes those oms in yoga seem a little more powerful, doesnt it?)

DUKHA

The first of the Four Noble Truths in Buddhism and found in the Upanishads in Hinduism, dukha translates roughly to bad space or suffering.

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