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Crown Chakra

7th Chakra

Hindi Name:  Sasasrara meaning ‘thousand-petalled lotus’.  Commonly known as the crown centre
Location:  At the crown of the head
Color:  White or Gold
Governs: The pineal gland
Traditional development ages:  42-49 years

The crown chakra or Sahasrara is the last of the seven main chakras and is represented by the color violet or white. It is mainly related to God, spirituality, faith and religion and is the connection to the divine soul. The negative feelings that arise about god, faith, religion, universal source and fears about trusting your intuition revolves around the blockage of this chakra.

 The crown chakra is situated at the top of the head and moves upwards and outwards past the structure of your body. The crown chakra is the point where the physical body and the soul overlap. Many relate the crown chakra as the part of the soul that is the purest.

It is symbolized by, and often also called, the lotus with one thousand petals.

The crown chakra governs the part of the consciousness which is concerned with opinions of unity and separation. It represents the connection with God and the spirit.

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