[1 Hour] Healing Tambura - Sacral Chakra Meditation Music | Taanpura & Harp Sounds
Second video from the Tambura Series of Chakra Meditation Music Videos. These videos will contain Sounds of an Ancient Indian Musical Instrument called 'Taanpura' or 'Tambura' . Yogi's and Many Indian Classical Musicians use Taanpura sounds to meditate and to practice.
This series is called 'Healing Tambura' . For this video the Tambura is tuned to the vibrational frequency of the Sacral Chakra.
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Read below for More information on Sacral Chakra and How to Meditate to Balance Sacral Chakra.
Second chakra meditation pertains to your passion chakra. The sacral chakra, or swadhishthana chakra, is the 'dwelling place of the self' and is filled with flowing, moving energy.
Its element being water, it represents your connection to your emotions and creative impulses.
The color of the chakra is orange and the lotus flower symbolic of the chakra has six petals.
A blocked or unbalanced second chakra could lead to an inability to experience life's sweetness or to hedonism. Both have negative consequences.
While it is important to be in touch with your feelings, you are not your feelings, so an excessive attachment to them also turns counter-productive.
Feelings, like thoughts, are events that arise and fall within us, but they are not us. They simply do not define us. The whole purpose of meditation is to rise above our incorrect identification with our thoughts and feelings.
But, the intensity of strong emotions can be quite addictive. And hard to let go in spite of best intentions.
Try mindfulness as an antidote. I promise it will do wonders!
Awaken the Swadhishthana Chakra
►How to Meditate for Sacral Chakra?
Sit comfortably in your normal meditation posture, and let the tip of your thumb and index finger join. Let the music in the video play.
Visualize an orange spinning chakra in the lower abdomen below the navel
Imagine a circle of orange light emanating from your chakra and spreading to the rest of your body in wave like ripples
Feel a sense of warmth enveloping the whole body, starting with the genital area and then radiating out
Keep meditating on these 'waves of warmth' and allow yourself to let go and flow like water
Do this practice atleast for 15 minutes along with this video.
►Picture and Painting Credits : daewoniii.deviantart.com
i think i'm crying. it's that simple.
engaging. it keeps your mind occupied while you wait.
i found the journey of the protagonist both humorous and enlightening. just kidding. this video is *** *** sweat.
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