The Stirnchakra (Ajna Chakra)
The Headchakra is the spiritual center of knowledge and intuition. In Sanskrit it is called Ajna Chakra - Ajna means "knowledge" or "perceive". Higher knowledge can only be obtained by exceeding the duality. Pingala and Ida run together in the Stirnchakra. Due to the meditation on this chakra, thinking can be freed from the duality.
Location and physical influence
The forehead chakra is located in the middle of the forehead, between the eyebrows and a little above the nasal root. On the physical level, the range of effects of this chakras extends mainly to the small brain and the sensory organs: eyes, ears and nose.
But also the facial area and sinuses as well as the hormone and nervous system are influenced by the Anja Chakra. The function of the pituitary gland (pituitary gland) is in the immediate relation to the activity of the headchakras.
The person can connect to the spiritual worlds about the Fondchakra. The Ajna Chakra establishes the contact of intuition, and it enables us to realize higher realities and exceeding everyday awareness. Indicable perceptions such as clairvoyance or mind reading only happen over the third eye. The task associated with the development of the forest chakras is self-knowledge - the recognition of the higher self, which is not identical to the extensive concept of the ego, but far beyond. Meditations concentrating on the Ajna chakra often lead to light experiences. These experiences are signs that the inner light, the inner realization, lights up.
All 7 chakras at a glance