The chakras are energy points connected along our spine, which serve to absorb vital energy, distributing it throughout the body, mind and spirit, and then release it to the outside. They can manifest themselves in mental, physical or emotional aspects. When we are not well physically or have negative thoughts and feelings, it is likely that some kind of chakra will be closed, which makes it impossible for the energy to circulate, and imbalances may arise. ORIGIN According to the oriental religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism, it is these energy centers that govern our physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual stability. The word “chakra” comes from the Sanskrit and means “wheel”, because it is believed that these are vortices in constant movement, receiving and emitting signals of vital energy at certain points of our body. The oldest record of the chakras comes from the Vedas, the sacred scriptures of Hinduism, which arose in the 21st century BC. Since then, belief has been popularizing in such a way that it has crossed the barriers of Hindu culture, reaching the West. According to the Hindus, the chakras meet and join in the Nadis, which are invisible pathways within our body, acting as conduits through which our vital energy circulates. Each one of them influences one or more specific areas of both our personality and health….