When your chakras are flowing/open, you become a pure channel for your own energy.
Chakras are energy centers located in the body, according to ancient Indian traditions and modern spiritual practices. There are seven primary chakras, each of which corresponds to different aspects of the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual states of being.
The seven chakras are:
Root chakra (Muladhara): located at the base of the spine, associated with grounding and survival instincts.
Sacral chakra (Svadhisthana): located in the lower abdomen, associated with emotions, creativity, and sexuality.
Solar plexus chakra (Manipura): located in the upper abdomen, associated with personal power, self-esteem, and confidence.
Heart chakra (Anahata): located in the center of the chest, associated with love, compassion, and emotional balance.
Throat chakra (Vishuddha): located in the throat, associated with communication, self-expression, and creativity.
Third eye chakra (Ajna): located in the forehead between the eyes, associated with intuition, perception, and psychic abilities.
Crown chakra (Sahasrara): located at the top of the head, associated with spiritual connection, consciousness, and enlightenment.
The practice of chakra meditation and balancing aims to activate, clear and balance these energy centers, promoting physical, emotional, and spiritual health.