Chakra Knowledge Posters

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Chakra Knowledge Posters

If you’re a spiritual individual, you’ll know how we need to stay connected and be in touch with our energy centers, otherwise known as our chakras. Once we are in tune with our chakra points, we’ll be able to spread harmony and put more love into the world. To remind ourselves of our energy points, we can surround ourselves with chakra knowledge posters.

The main goal of the chakra poster is to remind us about the seven chakras that we need to balance and maintain in order to live a healthy and balanced life. Having the posters around also informs us about the chakras and the relevant healing crystals. 

But before moving on to the chakra knowledge posters, we must know about the seven chakras and their use. The posters do not only serve as pieces of art, but they are also important for helping us stay connected and find peace within ourselves. So, keep on reading to find out more!

The Seven Chakras

Just like the 7 colors in a spectrum and the 7 notes of music, our bodies are also composed of 7 energy centers. These energy centers are primarily known as the chakra points. Or just chakras. Knowing their location, their meaning, and more importantly, their significance will guide us to the epitome of human spirituality. 

1.   Muladhara 

This is known as the root chakra in the English language. You will find this chakra situated at the base of the spine. This chakra is crucial as it provides us with the foundation for life. With this base, we can feel grounded and thus in control. As a result, we can withstand challenges. And thus, we get a better grip on our sense of security and, not to mention, stability.

The word Muladhara is a combination of two Sanskrit words; Moola, meaning source, and Adhara, meaning support. This brings us back to how this chakra helps us to find support and provides a basis for our lives to flourish.

Many would call this chakra the most rigid. Moreover, it is associated with the earth element. If one’s life energies are consistent and dominant in Muladhara, that individual will always be concerned with survival, food, security, and shelter.

2.   Svadhisthana

Called the sacral chakra, this chakra is directly below the belly button and takes responsibility for the sexual and creative energy. It also plays a vital role in our emotions and how we perceive and deal with other people’s emotions as well.   

In its literal meaning, the word "Svadhisthana" stands for "well-established." It is represented by the water element.

3.   Manipura

The Manipura chakra, known in English as the solar plexus chakra or navel chakra is located right in the stomach region. It facilitates one’s confidence and is responsible for an individual’s self-esteem. With the help of this chakra, we’re able to feel more in control of our lives.   

The placement of this chakra, being in the stomach, has a strong connection to mothers and the nourishment provided by their wombs. Thus, it’s no mystery why it provides us with such a strong sense of self-esteem. It is represented by the fire element.

4. Anahata

The word "anahata" translates into "an unstruck sound." It’s also known as the heart chakra in English. This chakra, as the name suggests, is located near the hearth in the center of the chest. This chakra is responsible for one’s love and affection and how much compassion we show to others.

5.   Vishuddha

In English, we call this chakra the throat chakra because it is located near the throat. As the name suggests, this chakra can facilitate our speech and verbal communication. The element here is space.

6. Ajna

This chakra is called the third-eye chakra in English, and its location is between the eyes. As the third eye always instigates a gut feeling, this chakra helps our intuition and is also significantly linked to our imagination.

Its literal meaning is a command. When you activate it fully, the third eye opens and gives us a perception that’s beyond our human existence. As it deals with sight and perception, it looks into a whole other dimension that is beyond man’s reach.

7. Sahasrara

This last chakra is the crown chakra. It is located at the top of our heads. It signifies one’s spiritual connection with oneself. And also, the connection one has with the universe. It plays a role in our life’s purpose and what we long to achieve.

The literal meaning behind this chakra’s name is a thousand-petalled lotus. The amount is innumerable. When one activates or reaches this state of chakra, they even lose track of their sense of self.

Why Should You Get Chakra Knowledge Posters?

It’s not easy to keep track of the chakra points and their meanings. The confusion that arises from their various names is a given if you don’t have something that reminds you of their significance. This is why we recommend that you have chakra knowledge posters around the house. And what better place to get them than at Chakrapot?

These chakra posters come in many shapes and colors. So, it’s always a delight to keep one for yourself. And if you have no previous knowledge of chakras and their 7 meanings, then it’s even better as they’re very helpful and remind you about chakras daily.   

You can also present these posters to your loved ones. What better way to introduce them to a world of spirituality and psychic possibilities? Moreover, it creates a positive environment and cleanses your surroundings. You will appreciate this aura around you as it takes you on your healing journey.


Now that we’ve arrived at the very end, we are sure you’re now more aware of these chakra knowledge posters. But there’s more to learn every step of the way. We can tell that you'll have an even better experience once you get one of these posters yourself. It’s a life-changer, to say the least.

And that’s it for today. Thank you for giving this post a read. We hope you have an amazing day ahead!

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