How to Activate Your Chakras: Videos and Tips

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The chakras are energy centers within and around the body.  When they are closed, you can feel drained, out of sorts and disconnected from the Universe.  When your chakras are open, you feel more alive, connected and in tune with the Universal Energies.

Here are some videos and tips on opening your chakras.  These are meant to be practiced at home or in a safe and quiet space.

There are seven basic chakras. Here is one set of practices that works really well.  Check it out: Click Here to Learn More about Chakra Activation!  It’s a powerful blend of music and beats to create lasting frequency changes.

Let’s look at some other Chakra Energy Methods

Spinning  movement helps activate your chakras:  In privacy, experiment with rotating and spinning parts of your body.  Move your pelvis, circle your belly like a belly dancer, rotate your shoulders and upper body,.  Start gently.  Watch how this ups your frequency and affects your inner energy field.

You might also visualize spinning motion.  Visualizing atoms and electrons orbiting around each other can positively affect your chakras.  When the inner and outer spinning movement blend, positive results happen.  As within so without.


Presence and Awareness and Attention will activate your chakras more than anything.  Simply by paying attention, not just thinking about, but resting your consciousness on your chakras will activate them.  Let a feeling of joy flow through your body.  Connect your heart to this joy and it will permeate your energy field.

chakras photo credit JP512 flicker

chakras photo credit JP512 – Special thanks to JP512 on Flicker for these photos.

The key is to be in a state of gentle focus.  It is not a “hard focus” or over efforting that opens an energy center.  It’s a joyful and delightful focus.

When you combine this gentle focus with movement, breath, visual imagery, sound and light, you can open any chakra.  It’s a natural skill we all have.  It’s not so much about “learning to activate your chakra.”  It’s more about re-awakening this innate talent you have.

It also helps enormously to feel and realize when your chakras are already opened.  They are probably more open then you realize a lot of the time.  An open chakra can be subtle.  It is not always a “larger than life” feeling.  You know when they are open because you feel it in your heart.  You feel open, lighter and more expansive.  Honor and trust these moments and they will increase.

What matters most is Self-awareness.  Use your chakras to come to know what you are beyond the body and mind.  Walk as energy.  Feel your inner light.  That is what works the magic in your life.

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LightWorkers World Author Michael Alperstein (165 Posts)

I am co-director of Lightworkers World, an online magazine catering to people into meditation, spiritual growth, and positive energy! Through spiritual writing, I help people gain self empowerment and inner peace by breaking out of their stuck routines. My work combines movement meditation and Zen teachings, to quiet the mind and turn daily living into an opportunity for spiritual awakening. I believe the most important "teacher" and answers are in your Heart, and they are accessed by honoring the positive energy that is there underneath and all along.     I am available for private coaching sessions. Find out more here: Magic and Miracles Sessions Follow me on Google Plus here: Michael Alperstein on Google Plus Visit the Home page of Light Workers World here:

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