Chakra balancing is an enlightening experience. I love having my chakras balanced and activated. I always feel so much more alive, vibrant and rejuvenated with each session. I always have to dispute everything until I try it first and having my chakras balanced has indeed been a conscious expanding gift.
What is a chakra?
Chakra is a Sanskit word which means, "wheel." The human body is said to
include hundreds of concentrated and focused energy centers. There are seven
major chakras (energy centers). Each chakra is similar to a wheel that is a
spinning area of energy. These chakras are where we receive, transmit and
process energy. This is very similar to the nervous system which receives
and transmits information, but the chakras receive, transmit and process
energy within our etheric body. The etheric body is atmospheric. Meaning it
is the area surrounding our body.
7 chakras - 7 colors
The seven major chakras are connected to specific areas of our consciousness.
They also have their own distinctive function and characteristic. Each
chakra is related to an organ and to one of the seven colors on the color
spectrum. We can remember the color spectrum by remembering, (Roy G. Biv) -
red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
Open the windows!
We can relate the chakras to open windows into our consciousness. These
windows allow our emotional, mental and spiritual energy to flow into our
physical body. These openings allow our belief systems and attitudes to flow
into our mind and body physical structure impacting our organs, tissues and
I AM convinced!
I love chakra balancing and probably resonate with this form of holistic
treatment because I believe these windows open into our subconscious. This
is why I am convinced that prayer, affirmations, meditation, reflections and
the spoken word are vital to incredible healthy living.
Enjoy learning about your 7 chakras and remember to take care of yourself.
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