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Sanskrit Chakra Chants

by Air With Air Rising

Chakra Chanting Meditations using the original Sanskrit names for each chakra. Rich, vibrant intonations with many repetitions for a deep, chakra-cleansing experience.
Genre: New Age: Meditation
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1. Muladhara
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2. Svadhisthana
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3. Manipura
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4. Anahata
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5. Vishuddha
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6. Ajna
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7. Sahasrara
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Vibrating and chanting the chakra names in the original Sanskrit attuned to the notes of the C Major musical scale is an amazing, rejuvenating way to explore their various energies and align yourself with their innate qualities. This CD utilizes the Sanskrit pronunciations for each chakra repeated multiple times and chanted at the natural musical pitch associated with each individual chakra. For the ultimate experience of realizing the chakra energies, chant the names along with the CD and visualize the different colors associated with each chakra. Follow the order of the tracks from 1-7 for the ascending order of chakras from the root to the crown, or use the repeat function on your MP3 player to focus on individual chakras for extra purification.

First Chakra
Muladhara (red)
Note: C

Located at the base of the spine, the first energy center, sometimes called “the root chakra,” relates to our most basic survival needs and our sense of belonging, whether to our family or a larger group. When this chakra is clear and energy flows through it freely, we feel secure and confident that we can easily fulfill our needs. On the other hand, blockage in this area can cause us to feel anxious and worried.

This chakra, which connects us to the earth, gives us vital information about whether actions we’re considering will nourish us or pose a threat. When we have a decision to make, we can listen to the signals of the root chakra: Uncomfortable sensations are a message to be alert and reconsider, while pleasant feelings indicate that a given course of action is likely to meet our needs for safety and nourishment.

Second Chakra
Svadhisthana (orange)
Note: D

This chakra resides in reproductive area and is associated with creativity and birth―both literally to a new baby but also metaphorically to new aspects of ourselves, projects and ideas. When this chakra is healthy, we’re tapped into the source of higher energy that helps us write beautiful music, develop an innovative business, or create a loving family life. When this chakra becomes congested, we may experience a block in our creative powers and a sense of dryness or emptiness.

Third Chakra
Manipura (yellow)
Note: E

The third chakra, which governs our will, self-esteem and sense of personal power, is located in the solar plexus. When energy flows freely through this center, we’re confident about our ability to manifest our intentions and desires. When the third chakra is blocked, however, we feel powerless and frustrated.

Fourth Chakra
Anahata (green)
Note: F

This energy center is sometimes referred to as the "heart chakra” because it resonates in the heart and relates to compassion and love. When the fourth chakra is flowing and open, we feel deeply connected to everyone in our life. But when it’s obstructed, we experience loneliness and a sense of alienation.

Fifth Chakra
Vishuddha (blue)
Note: G

This energy center is localized in the throat area and relates to communication and self-expression . . . the ability to voice our dreams. When our center of communication is clear, we’re able to express our truth without worrying about what others may think. In contrast, with a congested fifth chakra, we feel anxious about how other people will react to our views and are likely to censor ourselves.

Sixth chakra
Ajna (indigo)
Note: A

The sixth chakra, also known as the ‘brow chakra” or the “third eye” is located between the eyes. It’s the center of insight, where we integrate all the information and intuition in our life. When energy isn’t flowing easily through this chakra, we have a sense of self-doubt and distrust. When it’s open and clear, we feel deeply connected to our inner wisdom and trust that it guides us in our choices.

Seventh chakra
Sahasrara (violet)
Note: B

This chakra resides at the crown of the head and is therefore sometimes called the “crown chakra.” It connects us to higher consciousness and pure awareness. The seventh chakra is known as the “Thousand Petaled Lotus,” which bursts open when we remember our true nature and experience enlightenment.


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