[Yoga Drawing] – Inner Digging Project (9) Third Eye Chakra (Ajna)

Fun to “write” like Taoist priest’s drawing of magic characters.(Water color,crayon,ink. Size;A1)

Third Eye Chakra (Brow Chakra)

The third eye chakra is positioned in the center of our forehead, between eyebrows, and is directly in line with the center of our brain. The Third Eye Chakra also known as the Brow Chakra, it helps us tap into our inner guidance and divine vision. 

Set Ajna Intention

The theme of Third Eye Chakra are developing intuitive clarity; releasing repressed emotions ; attaining self realization;inviting third eye wisdom to light our way; unlocking intuition; improving correct perception; seeing that we are connected to everyone and everything.

Feel free to use any of these affirmations below. As long as your intention feels true for you ,then it has value.
*“I am tuned into the divine universal wisdom and always understand the true
meaning of life situations”

*“I trust my intuition and follow its wisdom.I understand the true meaning of life’s
*”I am in touch with my inner guidance.I listen to my deepest wisdom.”
*”I am wise, intuitive, and connected with my inner guide.I nurture my spirit.”
*”I trust my intuition.I know that all is well in my world.”
*”I am connected with the wisdom of the universe.I am open to inspiration and bliss.”
*”I am at peace.I am the source of my truth and my love.”

Seed Sound: AUM (OM)

Chanting “OM” will break loose the constraints that we have imposed upon ourselves by not allowing ourselves to listen to our inner wisdom. Trust the wisdom will guide the best course for our life of purpose and passion.

Yoga Postures 

Plank,Dolphin Pose, Warrior 3, Child Pose,Head Stand etc.

Crystals and Nutrition Food

Crystals: Indigo Kyanite(藍晶石),Purple Charoite(紫龍晶) ,Labradorite(拉長石)
Nutrition food: Blackberries, purple kale,purple cabbage,grapes,raisins,figs etc.

Refection on the drawing-

Felt the urge to write some calligraphy with writing brush, but it turned out to be non Mandarin characters….just some strokes….It reminds me of how the Taoist priest drawing magic characters in the temple. Interesting!!




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