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Opening of the Chakras


Open Your Chakras!

Learn how to:

  • Boost your energy level
  • Improve your well being
  • Live a harmonious life
  • Reach your full potential
  • Enable your body to heal rapidly
  • Improve your relationships
  • Develop leadership and creativity
  • Attract abundance

In this seminar, the Master Teacher increases the capacity of your seven energy centres, thus allowing you to benefit from reaching your full potential in wellness, career and relationships. This seminar is useful for masters and beginners in yoga, meditation and breathing practices, Reiki and other energy modality practitioners and people searching for personal and spiritual growth.

This technique for activating and opening of the energy centers is the most powerful way to reach your life goals. It’s fun too! This kind of energy centers activation is available only at the DivineYu Academy.

Chakras are our energy centers, which function like receivers and transformers of the various forms of life energy. We usually use only 5 to 40% of our chakra’s capacity. If the chakra energies are blocked, the basic life force will be slowed down. Not only will physical bodily functions be affected so diseases may manifest, but the thought processes and the mind may also be affected.

The Tibetan monks and yogis dedicate their entire lives to developing the chakras such is the importance they place upon of this aspect of development. As a result, and in conjunction with the mind power, they enjoy powers and abilities that would be considered “supernatural”.

Classical Greek ideas about the chakras are contained in the writings of Plato and alluded to in the teachings of Pythagoras. Chakra is a Sanskrit word, meaning, “wheel.” The human chakras are “wheel-like” vortices. The seven primary chakras are located along a central vertical axis of our spine. As one’s development advances, their chakra energies extend further from the body.

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Opening of the First Chakra

Mūlādhāra Chakra Mūla

Root, Origin, Essence Ādhāra = Basis, Foundation

Anatomical position: Coccygeal plexus. At the base of the spine.

It impacts spinal column, legs, feet.

Benefits of increasing capacity of this chakra:

  • Increased life and sexual energies
  • Visibly increased enjoyment of life
  • Much higher resistance to a wide variety of illnesses
  • Rising of stamina and decisiveness together with the ability to take responsibility and initiative in daily activities

Opening of the Second Chakra

Svadhishthāna Chakra Svā

Self Adhishthāna = Seat, Residence

Anatomical position: Lumbosacral plexus. Around the ovaries in women and around the prostate in men.

It impacts pelvis, hip area, reproductive system, intestine, colon, urinary tract, bladder, lower back.

Increasing the capacity of this chakra:

  • Enhances our artistic capabilities
  • Betters our relations with others
  • Increases our creative energies
  • Eases our elimination of unwanted passions such as lust, greed, jealousy and envy

Opening of the Third Chakra

Manipūra Chakra Mani

Pearl, Jewel Pūra = Place, City

Anatomical position: Solar plexus. Behind the stomach and in front of the diaphragm.

It impacts the digestive system, stomach, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, spleen, duodenum, and middle back.

Increasing the capacity of this chakra:

  • Improves our clarity and self-confidence
  • Betters our understanding of processes in the human body
  • Enhances our managerial and organization skills
  • Increases our control over addictions
  • Improves digestion

Opening of the Heart Chakra

Anatomical position: Thoracic plexus. Located in the middle of the chest, at the level of the heart, behind the breastbone.

It impacts heart, lungs, breasts, shoulders, and arms.

Increasing the capacity of this chakra:

  • Betters our management of emotions, in receiving and giving love
  • Balances our male and female energies
  • Allows our inner-strength to win over our ego
  • Accelerates our attainment of wisdom
  • Empowers us to overcome obstacles and problems
  • Magnifies our feeling cosmic love and inspiration

Opening of the Throat Chakra

Vishuddhi Chakra Visha

Impurity Shuddhi = Purification

Anatomical position: At the base of the throat. Laryngeal nerve.

It impacts our neck, thyroid gland and mouth.

Increasing the capacity of this chakra:

  • Betters our ability to communicate well
  • Amplifies our feeling of peace and purity
  • Makes our voice more melodic
  • Increases our capability to express spiritual poetry
  • Improves our chances of financial success

Opening of the Third Eye Chakra

Āgyā Chakra Āgyā

Command, Knowledge, Wisdom

Anatomical position: Pituitary gland. In the center of the head, on the level of eyebrows.

It impacts our brain, eyes, nose, ears, sinuses and head.

Increasing the capacity of this chakra:

  • Improves our intuition
  • Strengthens our ability to recall past lives
  • Releases our unwanted desires and motivations that lead to adverse behavior
  • Expands our understanding of the present, as well as our ability to plan the future
  • Increases our inner energy

Opening of the Crown Chakra. Opening the Lotus of 1000 petals (spiritual realization step).

Sahasrāra Chakra Sahasrāra

Thousand, Infinite

Anatomical position: Upper part of cerebral hemispheres. Top of the brain cortex.

It impacts all systems in our body such as our nervous system, muscular system, endocrine system, cardiovascular system, skeletal system, lymphatic system, fascia system, mental health, and skin.

Increasing the capacity of this chakra:

  • Awakens our super-consciousness
  • Establishes a stronger connection with our true self
  • Leads to our realization that beauty and harmony is natural

The lotus also represents purity and non-attachment, and is a symbol of Bhakti or love for the Source. Lord Brahma, the creator of the universe in the ancient scriptures, and Lord Vishnu, the preserver of the universe in these scriptures, are depicted sitting in a lotus. According to ancient scriptural text which details the life of Gautama Buddha, “the spirit of the best of men is spotless, like the new lotus in the [murky] water which does not adhere to it.” When the Buddha nature (spiritual nature) develops on the inner, the lotus unfolds and blossoms. This is why the Buddha is depicted sitting on a blooming lotus.

Kundalini Awakening
Kundalini is an evolutionary force that awakens as part of our spiritual evolution. In yogic theory, it is a primal energy or Shakti. In the Christian tradition it is referred to as the Holy Spirit. In the Kabbalistic tradition it is known as Shekhina energy. Kundalini is the inner force that opens us to bliss and the Source connection. In modern commentaries, Kundalini has been called “mother energy or intelligence of complete maturation”.


Kundalini is accelerating our shift in consciousness and is a prerequisite for self-realization. When it is awake in us, we see and feel the life force within ourselves and then evolve to see and feel it in all people, animals, plants, and the living planet itself. As we honor this energy and elevate it, it reconnects and brings us into balance with all that is.

Kundalini is considered the energy of the Divine as it is experienced in the individual, it liberates us when we return this energy to its divine origin. The word “Kundalini” generally refers to that dimension of energy that is yet to realize its potential. The Kundalini awakening or rising means you have found the technology of tapping into that energy. When we tap into this dimension of energy, we must be well grounded and well guided. The chakras are the focus of many forms of holistic therapies practiced today.

Classical Greek ideas about the chakras are contained in the writings of Plato, and alluded to in the teachings of Pythagoras and in the Hermetic traditions. Plato, who lived in the fifth century B.C.E. taught that our soul consists of:

  1. Epithymia: desire or instinct (masses, stomach – 1st and 2nd chakras);
  2. Thymos: righteousness and passion (warriors, chest – 3rd, 4th and 5th chakras);
  3. Logos: wisdom and intuition (philosophers, head – 6th and 7th chakras).

The third eye chakra was called in Greek Enkephalos or in Latin Cerebrum. This center Plato considered to be the seat of the psyche, or immortal soul, which the Romans called the genios or anima. The Sanskrit name for this chakra, Ajna, means, “Command Center”.