Chakras are considered to be the concentrated energy centres in the different parts of our body and they depict the various aspects of humanity. There are two types of chakras i.e. the major and the minor and they total make a number of 114 in our body. But today we are going to discuss shortly on the seven major chakras. They are Muladhara or base chakra, Svadhistana or sacral chakra, Manipura or solar plexus chakra, Anahata or heart chakra, Vishuddha or throat chakra, Ajna or third eye chakra and finally the topmost Sahasara or crown chakra. All the seven chakras as said earlier depicts the various aspects of humanity and they are existence, desire, control, love, expression, witness and based on the crown chakra i.e. consciousness. All these chakra are needed to provide the strength in the correct manner and one of the way out is yoga. Yoga can train all these chakras and can increase your strength making you more sustainable
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