HEALING THE THIRD CHAKRA

navel chakra is known in Sanskrit as मणिपूर (manipura), or “jewel of fulfillment.”

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  1. Practice Nonviolent Communication. Learning to empathize with oneself and others is an essential step in healing the third chakra.
  2. Learn martial arts. Although there are many different traditions of martial arts, the cultivation of physical and mental discipline is a common element. Learning to expertly harness and control one’s own power is vital to maintaining a balanced and energized navel chakra.
  3. Strengthen your core. In modern times, many of us spend hours and hours sitting at a desk or on a couch. This destroys good posture. By strengthening your core muscles — in the abdomen and lower back — you will be able to maintain a healthy posture, which facilitates the free flow of energy throughout the chakra system.
  4. Create visual art. Visual modes of self-expression can positively channel pent-up energy. Whether it’s painting, drawing, sculpture, woodworking, or something else altogether, creating visual art is a proven technique for managing stress and relaxing the body and mind.
  5. Schedule time to relax. If you’re a devout workaholic, you may need to actually schedule empty blocks into your calendar. As the famous investor Warren Buffet once told Bill Gates, “I can buy anything I want… but I can’t buy time.”

Below  affirmations will help to strengthen and nourish the third chakra. In addition, chanting and meditating on the Sanskrit syllable, RAM (pronounced like “rum-ble” with a nasal intonation on the “m”) will balance this chakra. You can also try out chakra meditation.

Affirmations to Restore the Navel Chakra

“I am eternal. I am fulfilled and pure.”
“My life is part of a sacred order.”
“I am a servant of the greater Whole.”

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