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[1 Hour] Healing Tambura - Heart Chakra Meditation Music | Taanpura Sounds

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[1 Hour] Healing Tambura - Heart Chakra Meditation Music | Taanpura Sounds Subscribe for your daily Meditations Fourth video from the Tambura Series of Chakra Meditation Music Videos - This is for Heart Chakra - The Chakra Associated with Love, Emotions and Feelings. 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 Heart Chakra. Read below for More information on Heart Chakra and How to Meditate to Balance Heart Chakra. Anahata Chakra is more commonly known as the Heart Chakra. The literal Sanskrit translation of "anahata" is "unhurt, unstuck, or unbeaten." The Heart Chakra is perfectly situated in the middle of your body, balancing the world of matter (lower three chakras) with the world of spirit (upper three chakras). The Sanskrit word implies that deep beneath our personal stories of suffering and pain lies boundless love and compassion. Wouldn't it be nice to tap into the next time your anger overwhelms you? This heart chakra meditation is a simple technique to release sadness and fear and to bring compassion and love into your life. How to Meditate for Opening Heart Chakra Sit in a comfortable position, either cross-legged on the floor or in a chair. Sit up tall with the spine straight, the shoulders relaxed and the chest open. Inhale the palms together and lightly press the knuckles of the thumbs into the sternum at the level of your heart (you should feel a little notch where the knuckles magically fit). Breathe slowly, smoothly and deeply into the belly and into the chest. Soften your gaze or lightly close the eyes. Let go of any thoughts or distractions and let the mind focus on feeling the breath move in and out of your body. Once the mind feels quiet and still, bring your focus to the light pressure of the thumbs pressing against your chest and feeling the beating of the heart. Keep this focus for one to five minutes.
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