Top Foods That Benefit Your Chakras
Food is one of the important needs in everyone’s life. It provides the energy and nutrients, which help your growth and development. But did you know that foods have specific vibrations that correspond to your chakras, therefore helping to raise their vibrations and recharge them.
In this article, I will talk about the foods that benefit your chakras. But first, I want to make sure you have a complete understanding of what exactly are the chakras.
What Are Chakras?
Chakra is a Sanskrit term that means “wheel” or disc” and your chakras are depicted as spinning, colored wheels of energy.
Chakras are energy centers within the human body that helps in regulating all its processes. The energy generated by the chakras is the same energy that electrifies the Universe and keep us alive. The energy of our chakras affects our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
Sometimes your chakras become blocked due to stress, negative emotions, or physical problems. And since energy is always moving through your chakras, it is essential that your chakras are open and aligned.
Let’s think of a bathtub drain that is clogged with hair, as an example. Due to the clog, the water in the bath tub will not drain and will back up. And if not fixed, decay, mold, and bacteria, will eventually grow.
If your chakras are blocked the same problems will occur. Because when they are blocked, energy cannot flow, causing problems such as illness, discomfort, and feeling of physically and emotionally drained to occur.
There are seven chakras positioned throughout your body, from the base of your spine to the crown of your head. And each of your chakras has its own vibrational frequency, color, and controls specific functions of your body.
- The Root Chakra
The first chakra is located at the base of the spine. The color associated with this chakra is red. The organs, systems, and body parts governed by the root chakra are the feet, back, reproductive organs, and large intestine. Its function is concerned with earthly grounding and survival instincts.
- The Sacral Chakra
The second chakra is located by the lower abdomen. The color associated with this chakra is orange. This chakra governs the lower abdomen, kidneys, bladder, circulatory system, and your reproductive organs and glands. It is concerned with emotion.
- The Solar Plexus Chakra
The third chakra is located three inches above the navel and right below the breast bone. Its color is yellow. This chakra is concerned with your digestive system, muscles, pancreas, and adrenals. It is the seat of your emotional life and is associated with feelings of personal power, laughter, joy and anger.
- The Heart Chakra
The fourth chakra is located at the center of the chest. The color associated with this chakra is green. It is associated with the lungs, heart, arms hands, and thymus gland. it governs your compassion and spirituality.
- The Throat Chakra
The fifth chakra is located at the base of the neck. Its color is blue or turquoise and it is located by the throat. It is also known as the chakra of communication, creativity, self-expression, and judgement. It is connected with your arms, shoulders, necks. hands, thyroid, and parathyroid glands.
- The Third Eye Chakra
The sixth chakra is located between the eyes at the center of the forehead and its color is indigo. This chakra governs the pineal gland and pituitary gland. It is concerned with inner vision, intuition, and wisdom
- The Crown Chakra
The seventh chakra is located at the top of your head. It is linked with the cerebral cortex, central nervous system, and the pituitary gland. It is related to information, understanding, acceptance, and enlightenment.
How The Right Diet Can Improve Your Chakras
You control the state of your chakras, whether you do it consciously or not. You are doing this through meditation, yoga, self-reflection, nutrition, crystals, or even just by being in a high vibration setting.
But a chakra balancing every 6-months is the best way to be ensure your chakras are functioning properly! NEVER attempt to balance your chakras yourself because trying to balance your own chakras is like trying to perform brain surgery on yourself.
Always seek out an experienced professional, or you are just inviting chakra malfunction, which you want to avoid at all costs!
Food can also directly affect how your chakras work. So making good food choices for the health of your chakras is a way to support healing within your chakras, and your life.
A good diet will do more than just keep your body healthy — it will also keep your chakras balanced. Try to include foods from all the colors of the rainbow to help you achieve balance, and also look and feel your best.
Beneficial Food For The 7 Chakras
Here are some of the different foods for each of your chakras you can eat to keep your chakras healthy, and to support them in between your Chakra Balancings:
Root Chakra foods
The root chakra is about grounding you to the earth, and it is advised to add root vegetables to your diet, such as beets, garlic, ginger, onions, potatoes, turnips and parsnips which can help strengthen your grounding connection to the earth.
Red fruits like red apples, pomegranates, berries and watermelon, can help to recharge your root chakra.
Are you a tea drinker? You can enjoy a cup of hibiscus tea (hot or iced) to help heal your root chakra.
Sacral Chakra foods
Pure water is the best thing you can consume for healing your sacral chakra. Clear liquids, such broth or tea, will also help to clear and balance it. Cinnamon and vanilla are good choices for spices too.
Sweet fruits with high water content such as melons, mangoes, tangerines, and oranges will keep the energy in the sacral chakra open and flowing.
Solar Plexus Chakra foods
Foods that have a yellow color will help strengthen your solar plexus. Bananas, corn, pineapple, yellow peppers, lentils, grains like oats, rice, flax seed and dairy products like milk, cheese and yoghurts are the foods that you need for this chakra.
Heart Chakra foods
Foods with deep green colors are great for the heart chakra. These include broccoli, kale, lettuces, spinach, bok choy, chard, and other green leafy vegetables. These foods can help maintain the equilibrium that is essential to the health of the heart chakra.
Throat Chakra foods
In order to keep this chakra healthy, quench it with liquids like water, fresh fruit juices, and herbal teas.
Blue color foods like blueberries, figs, and kelp, are great for the throat chakra.
Liquids like water, 100% fresh fruit juices, and herbal teas, will help to keep your throat chakra healthy.
Third Eye Chakra foods
To heal your third eye chakra, eat nuts, legumes, seeds, sprouted almonds, and poppy seeds, which are nutrient-dense and packed with antioxidants.
Purple fruits such as goji berries, acai, and concord grapes, will help optimize the functionality of your Third Eye.
Crown Chakra foods
Mushrooms, ginger, garlic, onion, lychee, coconut, and other tropical fruits, can be used to empower and strengthen this chakra. These are also beneficial for detoxifying, as these foods will recharge the crown chakra.
If you know which chakras you are having problems with, it will be easy to decide which foods you should add more of into your diet to return balance and harmony to your body and spirit.
If you are interested in learning more about your chakras and you would like to know if your chakras are unbalanced, then click here and fill out this form to schedule a Chakra Balancing.
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