Today people are waking up to the fact that their physical, mental and spiritual health is deeply connected. Our body comprises of seven chakras, and these chakras determine our overall wellbeing. It is proper functioning of all the chakras that ensures appropriate energy flow to all body parts including our vital organs. Thus chakra cleansing and balancing is needed to enjoy good health and happiness which translates to overall abundance in all spheres of life.

Brief Description of Chakras and Their Role

Aura permeates our physical body it creates swirling vortexes of energy at specific places which are our endocrine glands. These vortexes of energy look like spinning wheels and hence the name ‘Chakras’.

There are seven major Chakras, each of which controls specific organs in the
body and are in turn governed by expressions, feelings and senses, including the sixth sense.

As we go through different experiences and challenges that life poses to us in our path to realisation of perfection, our thoughts, attitudes and reactions which tend towards fears or negativity, block our chakras. These negative emotion(s), faulty beliefs or rigid, dogmatic spiritual perceptions have to be released in order to open the chakras.

Once chakras get blocked, the free flow of energy to the chakras gets inhibited and you develop emotional disorder and physical ailment related to the chakras. By working with your Chakras, you can clear away the stagnant negative energy/ belief that does not serve your highest purpose. This broadens your perspective which will assist you in making the changes necessary for better health, harmonious relationships and personal and financial wellbeing.

All the endocrine glands, with their hormones, work together to keep the body in perfect health. Hormones have many effects on many organs, tissues and bodily functions. Endocrine glands bring to life many spiritual qualities like will power, persistence, exertion, but they can also cause apathy, indifference, or laziness when hormone production is interrupted. Endocrine glands are also transformers of cosmic powers into the vital energy necessary for the physical body.

Disease Symptoms and Related Chakra

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)

is a prolonged disorder that causes a lack of attentiveness and hyper activeness. This condition normally arises in childhood and continues in adulthood too.
Symptoms – Impulsiveness, lack of concentration, fidgeting, excessive talking, restlessness.


Also known as faecal incontinence, Encopresis is a condition where the bowel
movements are not in control, and it leads to unexpected leaking of stools.
Symptoms – Severe constipation, loss of appetite, hard faeces with pain in the anal area.

Muladhara Chakra
(The Root Chakra)

Separation Anxiety Disorder

is a stressful condition where a person feels anxious because of either being away from family/loved ones or due to separation. It also occurs in children if they are separated from their parents.
Symptoms – Frequent crying, nausea, vomiting, distressed due to fear of being alone or any harm to the family or near ones.


It is a prolonged disorder that causes a lack of attentiveness and hyper activeness. This condition normally arises in childhood and continues in adulthood too.
Symptoms – Impulsiveness, lack of concentration, fidgeting, excessive talking, restlessness.


Arthritis is a condition that causes inflammation of joints with persistent pain in one or more joints. It can also be described as stiffness in the muscles that increase its effectiveness with age.
Symptoms – Swelling, severe and constant joint pain and difficulty in joint movement.

Bone Cancer/ Bone Diseases

Formation of a mass of unusual cells in a bone results in Bone Cancer. This
damages the tissue of the bone and starting from the bone, it can further spread to other parts of the body.
Symptoms – Mild aching, growth of mass, spraining, rising pain with every activity done on daily basis and weak bones.


It is a physical ailment where the pain in sciatic nerves rises from the lower back and goes deep down to the leg. Sciatica usually has an effect on one side of the body as the pain is a result of a compressed sciaticnerve.
Symptoms – Heaviness and weakness in the leg, ache while changing postures like sitting, lying down, etc., shooting pain throughout the lower back and legs.

Varicose Veins

This condition normally occurs when the blood flows in the wrong direction through the defective valves in the veins. The veins look blue or purple externally and are swollen & inflamed.
Symptoms – Chronic pain, distress due to aching, swelling, and bleeding/ ulcers in severe cases.

Language Disorder

It is a problem that begins in childhood where the person is facing difficulty in understanding a spoken language. Usually, there can be issues in communicating and expressing as well.
Symptoms – Unable to read properly, struggle in conveying any message or emotions, restricted use of highly complex terms/ sentences, grammatical and
spelling mistakes.


Pain in the back is simply termed as Backache, and it can arise due to many
reasons like improper sleeping positions, lifting heavyweight, or inappropriate sitting posture.
Symptoms – Stiffness, continuous shooting pain, aching in the lower back.

Swadhisthana Chakra
(The Sacral Chakra)

Bowel Obstruction

A halt in the passage of digested food through the bowel is known as Bowel Obstruction. It is also called intestinal obstruction, as the movement of the bowel stops due to blockage by either the small or large intestine.
Symptoms – Unable to pass gas, vomiting, nausea, serious stomach pain.

Bright’s Disease

Chronic nephritis is also known by the name “Bright’s Disease,” where the urine-producing parts in the kidney are inflamed. The swelling and albumin present in the urine is an indicator of Bright’s Disease.
Symptoms – Swollen tissue like a serous membrane, apoplexy meaning internal bleeding, convulsions, and loss of vision.


Difficulty in bowel movements and passage of stools is called Constipation. It normally happens due to irregular eating patterns, diet, or less fibre intake.
Symptoms – Hard stool, feeling exerted while passing stools, the passage of stools less than thrice a week.


Diarrhoea is a condition that results in irritable bowel movements resulting in
frequent watery stools and the need to go to the toilet more than 3-4 times a day. It is a condition where there is less absorption or active secretion of fluid by the lining of the intestine.
Symptoms – Stomach ache, loose stools, frequent watery faeces, nausea.

Fever Typhoid

Fever increases gradually and reaches a higher temperature in this condition.
Symptoms – Fatigue, headache, weakness, high fever, abdominal pain.

ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

A neurological ailment with lack of attention and the inability to concentrate.
Symptoms – Unable to follow a set of instructions, problem in being attentive, forgetfulness, silly errors due to attention deficiency.

Endometriosis PCOs

Endometriosis is a result of excess growth of tissue that is similar to the endometrium in various parts of the body. On the other hand, PCOS is a hormonal issue that affects the ovaries.
Symptoms – Heavy bleeding, irregular menstrual cycle, digestion problem, difficulty while conceiving, pain during urination.

Fertility Issues Impotence

Fertility issues are the reason for the inability to conceive a child. It can be because of PCOS, ovulation problems, low sperm count, growing age, frequent usage of contraceptive pills, etc.
Symptoms – Irregular periods, impotency.


Enuresis is bedwetting or uncontrolled urination in the night time which is usually observed in kids less than 5 years of age and old adults.
Symptoms – Frequent bedwetting, difficulty to control urination.

Autistic Disorder

Autism is a disorder that affects the capability to communicate and normally
respond because of defective functioning of the nervous system.
Symptoms – Unable to interact socially, unusual body posture or facial expressions, inability to understand complex conversations, trouble in conveying and expressing.


Acidity is when excess acid is formed by the gastric glands of the stomach. This happens due to overeating, obesity, irregular eating habits, eating spicy food or consuming intoxicating beverages, dehydration.
Symptoms – Heartburn, irritability in the stomach, vomiting, bloating.

Manipura Chakra
(The Navel Chakra)


Acne is a type of skin condition where pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, and
bumps appear on the skin. It is because of the hair follicles that plug with oil on the skin and the dead cells.
Symptoms – Redness on the skin, pimples, small bumps, unevenness.

Conduct Disorder

Conduct Disorder commonly occurs in children or teens due to injuries or issues in functionality of some areas in the brain.
Symptoms – Aggression, lack of attention, unable to focus, lying.

Gall Stones

Gall Stones are hard deposits that form within the fluid under the liver. They are formed in the gall bladder due to an imbalance of chemicals in the bladder.
Symptoms – Nausea, pain, vomiting, the irregular passage of stools & urine, back pain between the shoulder blades.

Bilious Fever

This fever is related to the excess release of bile in the bloodstream and tissues, which causes jaundice.
Symptoms – High body temperature, vomiting, revulsion.

Breast, lung cancer

Cancer that grows and develops in the cells of the breast is known as Breast Cancer. When there is an uncontrollable increase in cells, it is called Lung Cancer.
Symptoms – Formation of a lump in the breast, painful breasts, blood discharge from the nipple, cough for 2-3 weeks, chest infections, difficulty in breathing, blood in the cough.

Anahata Chakra
(The Heart Chakra)


The state of being emotionally low, sad, and dejected is known as depression. It can be because of any traumatic situation or a distressing event.
Symptoms – Insomnia, anxiety, aggressiveness, loss of interest, loneliness.

Hay Fever

Hay Fever is also known as allergic rhinitis that occurs due to allergens present in the environment like dust, pollen, etc.
Symptoms – Red, watery eyes, itchiness, runny nose, sneezing, coughing, fatigue.


Allergies are the abnormal reactions of the body to substances or surroundings that are not suitable. The allergy-causing agents are known as allergens.
Symptoms – Itchiness, rashes, watery eyes, swelling, vomiting, sneezing.


This is a disease in which an individual faces difficulty in taking a breath. It is a condition in which the airways are affected. It narrows airways to the lungs and can be chronic in nature.
Symptoms – wheezing, coughing, being breathless, being anxious.

Bulbar Paralysis

Impaired functioning of the lower set of nerves that are connected to the brain
and spine and are associated with motor skills. This condition takes place when the lower cranial nerves do not function properly and damage the lower motor neurons.
Symptoms – Difficulty in swallowing, weak facial muscles and weak jaw, loss of speech, weakness in the arms and legs.

Vishuddha Chakra
(The Throat Chakra)


The thyroid is a gland that is of the shape of a butterfly. It is located at the neck of an individual and produces many hormones. The thyroid hormones influence growth, metabolism and development. The thyroid can either be harmless, comprising a goitre, or it can be life-threatening cancer.
Symptoms – Being anxious, loss of weight/gaining weight, irritability, muscle weakness, goitre, nervousness, fatigue, forgetfulness, dry hair.


It is a condition that results in hair loss in uneven patches. When the hair follicles are attacked by the immune system, patches of hair from the scalp fall.
Symptoms – Hair loss resulting in bald patches on the scalp or other parts of the body, excessive hair loss in less period of time. Brittle and pitted finger and toenails.

Specific Learning Disorder (reading, writing, and math)

This is a disease that can be caused due to altered brain functions, or it can be genetic and neurobiological in nature. In this, the above factors alter the functions of the brain, which creates difficulty in the cognitive process. As the cognitive skills are hampered, it creates difficulties to read, write and an individual finds it difficult to solve mathematical equations. In future, the Specific learning disorder can also affect systematic planning of time, logical reasoning and ability to concentrate.
Symptoms – difficulty in reading, solving math problems, difficulty in reading and writing


Stuttering is more commonly addressed as stammering, and clinically, it is known as childhood-onset fluency disorder. It is a speech disorder that causes problems in the fluency of speech.
Symptoms – repetition of words, syllables, sounds, rapid eye blinking, difficulty saying a word in one flow.


In the neck, below the space where Adam’s apple is located, resides a gland which is known as the thyroid gland. This gland is in the shape of a butterfly. When this gland enlarges and swells, it is known as Goiter. A goitre can be painless and can be cured whereas, a large goitre can create problems in swallowing and breathing. It can cause a cough.
Symptoms – swelling in the neck, coughing, difficulty, swallowing, breathing


It is a disorder where an individual faces difficulty in falling asleep. Insomnia is a condition that can either be short term and acute in nature whereas, it can also be chronic and last for a long time.
Symptoms – difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep for a desired time, feeling sleepy in mornings, fatigue, problem in concentrating and being grumpy.


Sinus is a condition where the air cavities in the nasal passage are inflamed.
Symptoms – headache, runny nose, nasal congestion

(The Brow Chakra)

Brain tumour

It is a condition when the abnormal cells in the brain grow rapidly and form a lump of mass. This mass is known as a tumour. Brain tumours can be classified as cancerous and non-cancerous.
Symptoms – Severe headaches, blurred vision, difficulty in maintaining body balance, being confused, seizures. In some cases, no symptoms are witnessed.


It is a disorder in which an individual feels that his/her surrounding is spinning when it is not. It is a feeling of dizziness. With quick head motion, vertigo is triggered, and it can even cause when a person is on heights.
Symptoms – Feeling nauseated, headache, vomiting sensation, abnormal eye movements.

Sahasrara Chakra
(The Crown Chakra)


When the muscles in the human body contract uncontrollably, it results in jerky motions in a specific part of the body or the whole body. These are called Convulsions. These jerky motions can last for a minute or two. During convulsions, an individual can suffer from altered consciousness.
Symptoms – jerky movements of the head, arms, legs or entire body, stiffening of the whole body or stiff arms and legs, loss of consciousness, uncontrolled body movements


Delusion is a state of mind where an individual cannot differentiate reality from illusion. It is also known as paranoid disorder or psychosis, which is a serious mental illness. A person suffering from Delusion has deep-rooted beliefs in things that are not true and which do not exist.
Symptoms – low mood, hallucinations, irritated and angered easily


Epilepsy is the disorder of the central nervous system in which the activities of the brain become abnormal, which results in seizures and sometimes loss of awareness. Epilepsy can either be due to a genetic disorder or due to an injury to the brain.
Symptoms – hallucinations, getting angry easily and having a low mood.


It is a neurological disorder that can be characterized by severe headaches, which are debilitating. The headache is often experienced on one part of the head, and the intensity of the pain is severe. It can be either passed on from one generation to the other, or it can be caused due to a traumatic episode.
Symptoms – sensitivity to sound and light. Throbbing headache, nausea, difficulty in speech, numbness.


When the function in the muscle of a body part stops functioning as the signals of the brain does not reach the muscles causing a link breakage, then a person gets paralysis. Paralysis can either be partial or complete and can affect either one specific body part or affect the entire body.
Symptoms – Difficulty in controlling muscle movements of the part affected, numbness, difficulty managing balance.


Psoriasis is a disease of the skin and is known to be an autoimmune disorder. It is a disease where the skin displays red scaly patches, which are itchy. There is no treatment for the complete cure of this disease, but there are treatments available that can help in offering relief from the itchiness.
Symptoms – Stiff and swollen joints, red patches on the skin which are covered with scales that appear silver in colour, dry skin that can bleed as well as itch, soreness, burning and itchy skin patches, pitted nails.

With free and clear Chakras, you realize abundance in loving relationships, you are in touch with your feelings and creativity, you access your personal power, you are able to fully give and receive love, you are open to express yourself and communicate freely, you gain an inner understanding of your being and the world that you live in, and you become connected to your highest self and feel an internal harmony that everyone should experience. Following are the therapies that help unleash the blocked chakras.

Chakra Therapy

Chakras are the energy centers in an individual’s body. Imbalances and blockages in Chakras lead to various physical and mental ailments. It’s not very uncommon to find an individual’s Chakra to be unbalanced or blocked. Balancing or unblocking of Chakras is performed through Chakra Therapy. Blockages in Chakras can be caused by various reasons such as negative emotions, fears and erratic lifestyle. As the Chakras are the gateways of flow of the universal energies to a human body, they have a direct impact on physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of an individual. There are many a benefits of Chakra balancing through Chakra Therapy, the primary benefits being optimal physical, mental and emotional health.

There are numerous ways using which an individual’s Chakras can be balanced or unblocked. Chakra Sadhana or Chakra Meditation, Yoga, Aroma and Color Therapy and other energy healing techniques are some of the ways which are used to balance Chakra. But the best and easiest way to balance Chakras is by using Rudraksha beads and Gemstones. Rudraksha beads emit frequencies and Gemstones radiate colors that resonate with various Chakras and thus help balance Chakras. However, we look at the following mysterious therapies that heal the blocked Chakras:

Healing Through Aroma Therapy



Muladhara (Root)

Vetiver, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Ginger, Myrrh, Patchouli, Clove and Cedar.

Swathisthana (Sacral)

Sandalwood, Tangerine, Orange, Geranium, Texas Cedar wood and Pepper.

Manipura (Solar Plexus)

Myrrh, Frankincense, Balsam Fir Needle, Lemon and Lavender.

Anahata (Heart)

Rose, Eucalyptus, Bergamot, Geranium, Rosemary, Peppermint and Tea Tree.

Vishuddha (Throat)

Lavender, Geranium, Coriander and Chamomile.

Using aromatherapy is one of the easiest and potent ways to balance and decongest Chakras. Other than their aroma various essential oils have various medicinal and mystic properties and thus have been used to treat physical, psychological and energetic imbalances since ages.

There are few ways using which an individual can use aromatherapy to balance Chakra. The primary method is to use a diffuse, to diffuse one or a selection or aromas using essential oils. This is best practiced while meditating or practicing yoga. The other methods include applying various essential oils directly on the location of the Chakra or using them for body massage or in bath waters.