Anahata, The Heart Chakra

balancing the heart chakraThe Heart Chakra is the center for unconditional love, compassion, empathy, forgiveness, and tolerance. Because of this, the Anahata is believed to be the seat of the Soul. The Anahata nurtures life’s lessons of love and compassion, self-acceptance and self-confidence. In addition, hope, inspiration, and generosity flow from the Heart. In contrast, an imbalance in the Heart Chakra creates feelings of hate, fear, envy, anger, and despair. The purpose of this Chakra includes maintaining the connections and ties to those we love. Consequently, an imbalance is felt as difficult relationships, living your life through others, and depending on others for your happiness.

Where is the Anahata & What is it’s Color?

The Heart Chakra color is green, and the secondary color is pink. It is seated deep within your heart.

How is the Heart Chakra Connected to the Aura?

It is directly connected to the Astral layer of the aura. It’s the melting pot, between the lower/denser energies of our body Chakras, and the higher/lighter energies of the higher Chakras.

sounds for the heart chakra

What Sound Healing Frequencies Open the Heart Chakra?

The natural sounds of wind and air harmonize with the Heart. Also associated with the Anahata is the vowel sound “Ah” and the mantra chant “Yam”, and the musical note F. Finally, there are several sound frequencies, including 136.1 Hz, 341.3 Hz, and the Solfeggio frequency of 639 Hz.

The quickest way to heal a broken Heart Chakra is a harmonizing Solfeggio frequency of 639 Hz, combined with the sound therapy technique of binaural beats.

Sound therapy MP3 for the Heart Chakra

This Chakra healing program focuses exclusively on the Anahata and features Tibetan Singing Bowls attuned to the Heart. Also, the Binaural Beats use a healing Solfeggio frequency of 639 Hz. Combining Chakra balancing traditions combined with modern science, balance the Anahata in less than 1/2 hour. The program follows the Earth Resonance frequencies, to a low of 7.83 Hz (Schumann Resonance) and ends at an Earth Resonance frequency of 14.1 Hz. This deeply relaxing Chakra meditation will not only harmonize your Anahata, but it will also harmonize you to the heartbeat of our Mother Earth.

Get it on iTunes. Click HERE & click the “Bag” icon in the upper right.

*If you open in iTunes and it says, “Not available”, make sure to set your iTunes to “Store” not “Browse” and click again.*

Get the MP3 as an Android App.
heart chakra app
Get the CD or download the MP3 on Amazon

rose quartz to balance the heart chakra

Crystals & Gemstones to Balance the Heart Chakra

Use pretty Heart Chakra gemstone jewelry like rose quartz, green quartz, emeralds, green, pink and watermelon tourmaline. In addition, malachite, jade, aventurine, ruby zoisite, moss agate, peridot, and pink sapphire balance the Heart Chakra.

Essential Oils & Foods for the Anahata

anahata essential oilsAmong the Chakra essential oils used for Heart-Chakra balancing are rose-oil, rosewood, jasmine, holly, poppy, bergamot, Melissa, pine, and eucalyptus.

Food for the Anahata are vegetables and leafy greens like kale, spinach, dandelion, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, and squash. Green and herbal teas also nourish the Heart Chakra, as do spices such as sage, cilantro, basil, thyme, and parsley.

Dr. Jane Maati Smith C.Hyp. Msc.D.My name is Dr. Jane Ma’ati Smith C.Hyp. Msc.D. I studied for my Bachelor of Arts degree at Arizona State University and received an honorary doctorate for lifetime achievements in the fields of metaphysics and spiritual counseling from Universal Life. I studied hypnosis with Dr. John Kappas, and I am a certified graduate of the Hypnosis Motivation Institute. Also, I am a Sound Energy Practitioner and a Vibrational Reiki Master. I bring to my Chakra healing, sound therapy, binaural beat programs more than 15 years of professional work in the mental health and counseling fields. Placing people firmly on their personal path is my passion- are you willing to take the first step? Are you ready?

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