Beyond Logic Lies Wisdom

Ajna the third eye chakra is our centre of intellect, wisdom, intuition and insight. We can develop these qualities with meditation, in particular visualisation which can be very powerful as a way to change our cognitive wiring to transform unhelpful mind states into more supportive ones.

Ajna the third eye chakra is our centre of intellect, wisdom, intuition and insight. You can develop these qualities with meditation, in particular visualisation which can be very powerful way to change your cognitive wiring, and to transform unhelpful mind states into more supportive ones.

The third eye centre is sometimes referred to as the inner Guru because it illuminates what is kept hidden in the depth of your psyche and brings it to the surface.

Ajna acts as a guiding light that can lead you to inner knowledge. This helps your find direction and understand your soul purpose, or your Dharma. Having this knowledge can give you a great sense of contentment and peace.

Knowing and following your Dharma doesn’t mean that life suddenly becomes all unicorns and rainbows, the challenges will always come and go, however it does give us an underlying sense of support to know that you are in the right place, at the right time.

A well-developed third eye is more than just intellect, it incorporates a much deeper understanding and a connection to spirit.

When the charge at Ajna is deficient it can create cynicism, unmotivation, and close-mindedness.

Excessive charge at the third eye can lead to delusions, hallucinations, paranoia, and a disconnection from the real world..  

Chakra yoga is practical, it helps you increase your awareness so that you can operate at your full potential in the world, knowing that you are following your purpose.

Find out how to bring this wisdom into your life at CHAKRA YOGA CLUB.

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