When out of balance a range of emotional cues can act as red flags pointing in the direction of the problem. Common indicators of trouble with the crown chakra include difficulty meditating, difficulty feeling connected, and spiritual disinterest, as well as boredom, feeling antsy with the mundane, not feeling connected to one’s purpose or wisdom, or desiring complete isolation.
The strongest signs of an unbalanced crown chakra are depression, apathy, and skepticism. Meanwhile, still, others include stubbornness, excessive sarcasm, and narrow-mindedness.
The crown chakra focuses more on fasting and detoxing than it does on food. It focuses more on the spiritual aspect of our bodies, our minds. Detoxing can help our bodies flush out toxins, boost our energy, and clear our mind.
Padmasana (Lotus Pose)
Sasangasana (Rabbit Stand)
Savasana (Corpse Pose)
Makarasana (Crocodile Pose)
Ardha Ustrasana (Half Camel Pose)
Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose)
Vrksasana (Tree Pose)
When the Sahasrara Chakra activates, it brings a more positive outlook on life. There are visible changes in our habits and attitude. The Self is no longer ruled by the ego. Emotions like gratitude, compassion, and acceptance become our true Self. It is a rejection of all negative thoughts that bring unhappiness and stress in our lives. A balanced Crown Chakra brings spiritual understanding and peace with a clear perspective.