What is a chakra? A chakra (pronounced “cha”-“kra” with a resounding “ch”) is a center of energy. Originating from Sanskrit, it literally means “wheel” by association with its function as a vortex of spinning energy interacting with various physiological and neurological systems in the body.
Chakras are energy centers within the human body that help to regulate all its processes, from organ function to to the immune system and emotions.
We can commonly count 7 chakras positioned throughout your body, from the base of your spine to the crown of your head.
Each chakra has its own vibrational frequency, that is depicted through a specific chakra color, and governs specific functions that help make you, well, human.