Ajna chakra location is between the eyebrows, slightly above the bridge of the nose. It is also said to be located behind the eyes and in the middle of the head. Traditionally, women wear a bindi and men apply tilak in the forehead to activate or symbolize the chakra.
The main organs governed by the Ajna chakra are eyes, ears, nose, brain and nervous system. The functions of the pituitary and pineal glands are also governed by this chakra.
Some of the physical problems associated with an imbalanced Ajna Chakra are frequent headaches, sinus and vision problems. Other issues include stubbornness, high temper and nightmares.
Overactive Ajna Chakra:
An overactive Ajna chakra results in overactive imagination, far from reality. Because of this a person with an overactive Ajna chakra lives in a fantasy world and is frequently bothered by nightmares. People have troubles recollecting a memory of events, and have a rigid mindset. Such people are easily distracted, affected by anxiety, and have a judgmental and unsympathetic attitude.
Underactive Ajna Chakra:
A person with an underactive or inactive Ajna chakra will generally have a poor memory, learning problems and find it difficult to visualize and imagine things. He/she lacks intuition, becomes insensitive towards others, and lives in denial. In some cases people close this chakra to protect them from unpleasant memories.
Those with a balanced Ajna chakra are charismatic and intuitive. Through their serenity they see things clearly and accept others without getting judgmental. They realize the meaning of life by thinking symbolically. When the third eye chakra is balance people find it easy to remember and interpret their dreams, and have a good memory.