Understand the Benefits of Agya Chakra; Read Here

Discover the health benefits of "Agya Chakra" recommended by Satvic Yoga.

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Understand the Benefits of Agya Chakra; Read Here

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  • Agya Chakra is also known as third eye.
  • It is the sign of spiritual tradition.
  • Help to activate the balance of mind and body.

The ‘Agya Chakra' means ‘command' is situated in the middle of the forehead between the eyebrows. Due to this reason, it is also called the “third eye”. This chakra indicates the symbol of clarity and wisdom. This is the powerful yogic tool to activate the third eye chakra.

By practicing this regularly 3-5 minutes will keep you away from lack of focusing, depression, indecisiveness, brain fog and lack of inspiration. You can work on ‘Agya Chakra' through third eye gazing or focusing on Bhrumadhya.

Here are Some Rules to Follow

First, sit cross-legged with your back straight and hands facing upwards on your knees. Focus between the eyebrows on the bhrumadhya and breathe. If your thoughts start to wonder then bring your attention gently back to the point between the eyebrows. This will bring immense clarity in your mind.

Let's Briefly Understand the Concept of Agya Chakra

Agya, the sixth and most important chakra, corresponding to the pineal gland, lying in the midline of the brain directly above the spinal column of the eye.

Agya Chakra powers the pineal gland which plays an important role in regulating many functions of the body, including sleep, mood, reproduction and circadian rhythms. Basically, it affects hormonal production to a large extent.

It has also been called ‘The Eye of Intuition'.

Initially it is very hard to feel the exact location point of Agya, so we concentrate on Agya kshetram, (reflection point) at the mid-eyebrow centre, bhrumadhya.

These two centres are directly connected. That is why it has always been an Indian custom to place tilak, Chandan, sindoor and Kumkum on the mid-eyebrow centre as a constant reminder to the spiritual aspirant for self-growth.  

Experience inner guidance and peace by practicing this daily.

Also Read: Enhancing Mental Health: Ayurvedic Wisdom from Dr. Chaitali Rathod

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