Your Crown Chakra & Your Health: Achieving Bliss, Meditation & A Healthy Metabolism

How would you like to achieve bliss?

I don’t mean “you just an amazing meal” kind of bliss, but rather the kind of bliss that ancient poets wrote about.

What if I told you that the key to achieving bliss could be found at the top of you head.

Hmm, am I sure?

Well, yes and no.

The top of the head, or the crown of the head, is the home of Sahasrara, your seventh and final major chakra of the body.

This chakra, or energy center, is associated with supreme wisdom, bliss and universal awareness.  It is an incredibly difficult chakra to logically assimilate into your brain.

It exists at the top of your head, but takes up more space than what a baseball cap would.

It is something that you can’t quite put your finger on it but when you’re out of balance, you just know that you’re missing out on something.  Almost like the puzzle is finished but all the pieces don’t quite fit together perfectly.

Imbalances here can go as deep as the cellular level, down to your DNA as well as to the most enigmatic bodily function: your metabolism.  To give you a more concrete example, physical manifestations of imbalance here could be cerebral tumors, increased pressure in the skull, psychoses, neuroses, depression or insomnina.

These are not small, annoying little side effects of imbalance.

These are life-changing issues.  But they center around the Crown Chakra?

Why? What is it about this one particular chakra that is so vital or crucial?

Is it just about bliss?

What’s the big deal?

If you’re scratching your head in confusion right now, then you’ve got the right idea.

Your crown chakra is a giant enigma.  It is the cherry on top of a metaphysical sundae.

You know you want it and you know you need it, you just don’t know how to get it.

Or worse, it’s just beyond the reach of your fingertips.

The brain, the whole nervous system and the pineal gland are within the realm of the Crown Chakra.

These are vital organs to the body and only when they are healthy and functioning can we actually live a productive life.

But productivity is not the magic word when we look at our Crown Chakra.

Let me devivate a little.

You have seven major chakras in your body.

Beginning at the base of your spine with your Root Chakra and then progressing up with your Sacral Chakra, your Solar Plexus Chakra, your Heart Chakra, your Throat Chakra, your Third Eye chakra and finally finishing with your Crown Chakra.

You can take each chakra as an independent entity or you can imagine them to be flowing from one into the next.

In the beginning when you’re looking at a purely physical health standpoint, taking them piece by piece is helpful and even more benefial then tackling them all together.

But  as you start seeing patterns and habits that have created the life that you currently have and you see the improvements that you want or need to make, that is when it is most helpful to flow with all seven chakras together.

It’s like building a house.  You want to start with a strong foundation and then from there, you build the frame, you begin to add walls, electrical, plumbing, heating.  You add piece by piece to that house until it’s complete.

But once you build that house, you’ll need to do some maintainence on it.  And maintaining a house, as you may know, takes all of its pieces together and works from there.

These are the two paths that you can choose to take.

But you lose that option when you get to the Crown Chakra.


You cannot choose to just go for the bliss- the main goal of a balanced Crown Chakra.

It doesn’t work that way.

You need to have put in the work for the six chakras that came before.

And this is where the imbalances came from and where you need to look when you’re looking at your health and its improvement.

You want to be truly healthy?  You want to have it all?

You can have it all.

But you need to have done the work.

It’s not a question of just showing up and being given the gift of bliss, spiritual oneness, enlightenment or nirvana.

It’s about doing the work to get there.

So what does this mean for our health?

It means that you need to be truly aware and willing to see yourself and your health as it truly is and not just as you want it to be.

There are not a lot of paths to get there.

Physically, you can meditate.  You can practice yoga.  You can be mindful of everything around you.

And when you’re able to find that connection and find that awareness, then everything falls into balance around you.

Your breathing, your movement, your thinking, your actions- everything falls into place.

You are balanced from your core outward.

Your cells, your DNA, the way your body functions as a unified piece, even your metabolism- all of this becomes as one.

This is the ultimate goal of your Crown Chakra.

Oneness, bliss, achieving a higher consciousness- both in your mind and in your body.

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