Heart Chakra aka Anahata: Body Anatomy


Heart ChakraNow was the turn of pectoralis minor.

It was the fourth chakra, the heart chakra called Anahata in Sanskrit; its body anatomy ready to dissolve itself by dissolving the frozen shoulder that a contracted pectoralis minor had caused through all the years of keeping the shoulders stiff to a considerable extent.

Frozen shoulder tends to push us forward, generating a forward slouch in the shoulders narrowing the chest and, in the process, heart also.

Our slouching shoulders give us a defensive stance against a stranger that we find almost everyone of our fellow humans around.

We are living in a world full of enemies around, each one of us searching for friends who are nothing but illusions even when we feel we have got a few of them!

The moment one?s self-oriented motives clash with those of even the closest friends, one doesn?t hesitate stabbing them in their back.


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