Most Americans are close minded when it comes to anything that involves the use of spiritual energy such as the Chakra system. They view that it is unholy or against their religion or way of life and that it should not be study or introduced to anyone in the country.
The chakras are part of the system of Indian medicine that talks about balancing the energy of the body, mind, and spirit. Most people in the United States think of it as being esoteric and strange.
However, classes now are beginning to fill as people seek alternatives to western medicine.
Americans are generally close-minded when it comes to working with the chakra system. Most Americans are close-minded when they do not see the purpose or reason behind something. Nowadays, modern medicine is a lot more advanced then it used to be and these practices are not used or accepted by doctors.
I believe Americans are generally close-minded when it comes to working with the Chakra system. For many Americans this problem is due to misunderstanding the system or knowing absolutely nothing about, the later being the more common. Class systems are not well liked by Americans because we don't want to believe that we've carved out our own class system, even though it's very evident that we have.
No, seriously why is this in the science section. This belongs in the religion section or something else but not science. Chakra's is pseudo science mumbo jumbo which has no scientific backing. The whole idea is more like going to church on Sunday and believing that you will get healed if you focus your mind and "energy" what a steaming pile.
No, Americans are not generally close-minded when it comes to working with the chakra system, it is just that most people are not exposed to it. That would be like saying that people who have never been given a gray shirt to wear have something against gray shirts. We have nothing against chakra, we just haven't seen much of it.