Most of the knowledge we have, the result of Western education, is focused on the human body as we see it and tangible reality. However, in Eastern cultures we care much more than Western ones about what lies beyond what we can see and touch. In many cultures, a vision has been adopted after years and years of evolution, in which these two realities converge and have managed to reach a midpoint between these very different facets of the human being. The greatest representation of the perfect balance between the physical and spiritual worlds is found in Hindu culture, and more precisely, in the chakras.
What are the chakras? Surely you have heard of them. The chakras are 7 portals or energy sources that each of us have in very precise places in our body and that are responsible for receiving and transmitting energy. They work like regulators that, according to experts in this field, vibrate, each one of them, at a different frequency. They are all related to a new area of our life and, in the best of scenarios, they are unlocked and functioning in a balanced way. However, over the years it is normal for some to become blocked and others to be unblocked as part of our personal growth.