All the chakras play a vital role in our physical and psychological development and there are particular yoga poses to activate every chakra. In this article, we will talk about Virabhadrasana II and III which help the third chakra.
Virabhadrasana II (Warrior II)
Stand in mountain pose and spread your legs a meter or 1.2 meters. Raise your arms on each side of the body and let stand, parallel to the floor with the palms down and fingers outstretched with hands. Turn the right foot slightly to the right and the left to the 90 degrees. It is important that you align the heels of both feet. Turn the left leg outward so that your knee is in line with your right foot.
Bend your knee so that your leg makes a 90 degree angle with the ground (avoiding that goes beyond not to put at risk). Activate your legs and your arms and lead the eye over your fingers. Continue to breathe and feel the energy. Your hip must be signed to your right and your shoulders over your hips. Do five deep breaths and switch sides.
Warriors are especially favorable for strengthening the third chakra. Like all versions of this magnificent posture, it is inspired by the spiritual strength of the warrior. It is an asana that has different physical and spiritual qualities. It promotes balance, body strength and flexibility and so it does it for your mental, emotional and spiritual being. It works for the first three chakras so that it gives us stability and strength to changes and challenges, inner joy and personal power among other benefits. The third chakra in this case gives us capacity for action, value and purpose.
Virabhadrasana III (Warrior III)
To do it, you begins with in Virabhadrasana I. After holding the pose for a few breaths, on the next exhale tilt your torso forward, keeping bent leg ahead and help your buttock to lift the back leg with control. Your arms are on either side of your V-shaped body, helping to balance. Try to stretch a little more your leg being supportive but without making it stiff so that you do not lose your balance. Keep your back straight and head neutral, looking down for 20 or 30 seconds. Return again flexing the right leg slightly and repeat the procedure on the opposite side. This posture gives inner balance, concentr