This is not really a question but I do not know where else to post. Off and on we see questions regarding yoga , meditation and chakra practices. Some of these are very personal and specific to the meditation practice of the user. Anyone who is responding to questions on individual practices should be extremely circumspect in how they word their responses as well as the amount and nature of information they share. It is highly irresponsible to just refer to a yoga text and copy/paste it without knowing the specifics of the practices of the user and without having attained a certain level of yoga sadhana ourselves that qualifies us to teach and guide. Chakra meditations specifically, if not done right can have adverse effects. And whosever advice the user has followed will reap the karma of guiding them incorrectly. More importantly, the person would be responsible for derailing the sadhana of the user. Unless one has the yogic energy levels to guide and teach and energy-correct from a distance, one must not respond to such personal advice questions with generic guidelines from books. Thank you. I am writing this in the interest of both the questioners and responders.
Add-on: If the community is not sure who has the necessary attainment to answer such Q's we should just start closing them as personal advice. Better to refrain from answering than be responsible for incorrect practices.
Mods: Can you make this a sticky please.