The importance of the Heart Chakra

This year, more than ever, we need to use our imagination to let our loved ones know that we love them.
From pagan to Catholic feasts, from the Romans, through the Middle Ages, to ancient Greece, Valentine's Day has, over the years, celebrated love as a couple, but also celibacy.

What does it mean to us today?

The heart chakra

It is thanks to the chakras that the harmony of body and mind operates, allowing a daily well-being.
Fourth of the seven chakras, the heart chakra is located in the chest and therefore sits in the center of the alignment.
Love, compassion and friendship are linked to it. The actions associated with it are "I love" and "I accept" and the meaning it represents is touch.

Love as a couple

The heart chakra is directly linked to your emotions.
It acts on everything related to love, emotions, feelings, relationships with others.

It will therefore have a great influence on your couple.

An imbalance in the heart chakra is due either to an overactivity of this energy point or to a blockage.
Concretely, you give too much love, or you don't manage to love, to be open to the other.
In the beginning, love is an intense and whole feeling. It has no ego, no conditions.
Then comes attachment.
Even if it has something very reassuring, this attachment can end up locking you into dependency.
As soon as you need the other person to exist, your relationship becomes different, more demanding. You have the impression that, for it to work, you have to show absolute commitment.
Your heart chakra is overactive.


Before you can give to others, it is essential to be loving with yourself.
We often talk about maintaining our relationships, our couple, our friendships.
What about the amount of time you devote to maintaining your love for yourself?
Do you take care of your body? Do you take care of your head?
Your soul?
Do you act to be good? Or for the other to be good?
Learn to love and take care of yourself like you would someone you love.


Meditation can be a great way to unwind from a day.
To take a moment for ourselves.
To isolate ourselves to let our thoughts flow without being captivated by them.
To let go.
Among its many benefits are the reduction of stress and anxiety, the improvement of the immune system and the improvement of concentration abilities.
You can meditate standing or sitting, with your eyes open or closed, silently or by repeating a word, with your mind focused on a picture or not.
In order to have a privileged moment with yourself, it is possible to create a cozy environment for meditation.
Candles, essential oils, soft music, and a nest of comfortable cushions?
A perfect rendezvous for Valentine's Day!

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