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Kundalini Chakras: The Rainbow in You

Have you ever felt that certain colours effect you? Ever heard about the Kundalini chakras?

Do you have a lucky colour?

Is there a shirt which if you wear, the day turns from bad to worse?

Have you ever felt energized when you wear a particular colour dress?

You may find the reason if you said yes to the above questions right here in this article.

It was in our Reiki class that our master told us there was a Rainbow in each one of us. I couldn't wait to hear more.

He then told us about the energy centers in our body, the Seven Chakras. It is these energy centres that govern the functioning of the endocrine glands which in turn is responsible for the proper functioning of our body.

Each of the seven chakras has a particular colour associated with it. We get diseases when the energy of these chakras become imbalanced.

Together with the colour, there are also sounds associated with these Chakras. When you do the Chakra meditation you chant these sounds to awaken and energize these Chakras.

How to Get up Early?

The biggest question that troubles me is 'how to get up early in the morning?'

 All my life, I have battled with the lobby of early risers- a grouchy grandmother who threatened me with an early version of ‘ice-bucket’, a mother whose many mornings were spent in trying to wake up her ‘worthless’ kids and later on a husband who hated my addiction to the snooze button.

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Who will understand the desperation for that extra few minutes under a cozy blanket during the so-called cool golden hour than those who have fought tooth and nail to achieve it? Who other than night owls will understand that the Golden hour is too close to their three am bedtime? Sadly None!

The early-risers-lobby out-number the Night owls in my family and extended family. The infamous night owls are disasters-in-the-making, a stain in their perfect world where the day begins even before the sun sets out on his daily run. Being a dedicated member of the night-owls-association, I faced maximum ridicule and was ostracized by the early risers. But who wanted membership in their elite club?! Not me!

But fate had other plans. Where my grandmother, my mother or my husband failed, a strict school management succeeded. A poor night owl was forced to embrace the golden hour so that she could send her little one, the apple of her eye, to school with a filled tummy. But no- I won’t name it the golden hour yet because it is mostly the cranky hour when why-oh-why is my morning raga. But the mother in me shakes awake my consciousness, and by seven I begin to marvel at my achievement.  Sundays and Saturdays arrive to spoil me again!

Grudgingly I admit, being an early riser is not bad. I am more productive the whole day, owing to the cooking and other daily chores completed early. Maybe, I will become an active member of the gang if I am able to curb my late night reading habit. God help me!

Another benefit is the beauty of the golden hour, the added pleasure of watching a beautiful sunrise from my balcony. The world is charming then and devoid of the chaos of city life.

So to inspire myself, I found some tips on the internet. I am sharing it for the benefit of aspiring early risers! 

So are you people ready to join me?


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