Place and function of the chakra

Your 4th chakra, heart chakra, or Anahata chakra lies in the middle of the chest at the level of the heart. The Sanskrit name is Anahata; which translates as “unharmed, unbeaten or unbroken”. The beat of a pure heart is able to flow lovingly through body and soul. Your heart chakra is the source of unconditional love, irrepressible joy, and deep trust. This is where your inner child is at home. As well as the place where your heart’s desires unfold. Especially in the years between 22 and 28 of your life, you begin to live for the first time in the heart chakra energy: you follow your heart and feel. For example, you start to build your own nest by a partnership or starting a family. You begin to take care of yourself and your heart’s desires.

On the physical level, your Anahata center is associated with hands, heart, arms, lungs, and skin. In addition, the immune system is also considered to be part of the heart chakra.

Color

Happy pink, as well as fresh green, harmonizes your heart chakra: these colors promote hope, trust, romance, and humility. Green is also known as the color of healing. All pink tones delight your inner child.

Balance

With a heart chakra open wide, you are completely in tune with yourself and take on the depth of who you are and your heart’s needs without or buts… Through this love for yourself, inner healing and transformation can take place. This is the basis for a fulfilling love for others as well as for compassion, understanding, and deeply felt joie de vivre. You are free from inner conflicts, doubts, and uncertainty. You see and feel with the power of the pure heart and radiate warmth and happiness.

Shoti Maa Tee

To balance your heart chakra, our Shoti Maa (in Sanskrit “little mother”) created the tea “Loving” with refreshing green tea, cinnamon, and orange. From our tea box, you can see the Hindu goddess Devi. Devi is considered the creator and ruler of the universe, she is the creative aspect of the Absolute (Brahman) and universal mother, and is therefore also called “Mata” or “Maa”, mother.

A person who lets his love flow out into the world makes himself the source of happiness. With this mixture of green tea, bergamot, and cinnamon, we refine our perception of the constant presence of love. Because when we smile at the world, it will smile back at us.