balancing your chakras

Chakra system and balancing … Leslie is a practitioner of chakra healing and balancing The art of chakra healing has been used for centuries to balance important energy centers in our body that we refer to as called chakras. We can use a number of different tools such as harmonic sound vibration or meditation during chakra balancing. The end result with Leslie, will be a physically healthier body and a happier, more peaceful you. We all have seven primary chakras that correspond with vital areas of our bodies and emotional and spiritual aspects of our lives. The seven chakras form a line from the base of your spine to the… Read More

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Chakras in human body

Chakras in human body

What is a chakra? Chakra is a Sanskrit word for “wheel”.  Chakras are often seen by healers and psychic intuitives as spinning wheels of light, vortices, or funnels of energy and are the configuration in the structure of the energy field of the body. In Eastern tradition, the chakras are depicted as lotuses.  Their spirals of light indicate the contrasting energies of psyche and spirit:  the fiery energies or darker helix contrast with the lighter, spiritual energies and lighter helix, all of which must be brought together in balance.  They are more commonly known as the centers of the Endocrine System in Western medical terminology. There are seven major chakras… Read More

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chakra healing

Chakra healing

Everything in our universe is composed of energy. The energy which makes up inanimate objects such as a table or chair is of a dense vibration; where the energy of living things such as plants and animals and humans is more dynamic and vibrant (Hue-man). These energies are within and around our bodies. They vibrate at different rates which are translated to both color and tone (sound). When I see energy I not only see color but I see texture and am also given information as to if the energy is vibrant and healthy or blocked on some level. These blocks may be caused by someone else’s energy or programming… Read More

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Chakras for begginers

CHAKRAS Chakra is an ancient Sanskrit word for wheel. We have these energy centers along our spine and in our hands and feet. The Chakras open and close similar to a camera lens. I often visualize my own as lotus blossoms which open and close. The chakras each carry certain information which I will explain later. Our chakras are the energy center or vortex of energy from which originates the energy of our glands and organs and abilities. So on a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual level our health lies within our chakras.  That is why they are so important and are looked at closely by energy healers, psychics and… Read More

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how to balance the chakras

The Dharmananda Yoga Chakra Balancing Exercise works to align the chakras. It is a visualization mental psychic healing technique. You may combine it with a relaxation or meditation routine. It may be done seasonally(the equinox and solstice times are beneficial), monthly(the full and mew Moon days are beneficial), weekly(Sunday 12 noon), or daily(dawn and dusk). I recommend at least weekly use. Please use the above chart for reference. Method: 1. Lion posture to rid yourself of used or dirty prana is helpful. 2. Have a straight spine or an erect spine. You may sit in a chair, lie down(Savasana-dead man’s pose), sit cross-leeged, sit Zen, sit in Lotus or any… Read More

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muladhara chakra

The Muladhara is the base from which the three main nadis, ida, pingala and sushumna, emerge. It is associated with the physical processes of spiritual creation. Within this chakra the kundalini rests, waiting to be aroused and brought back up to the source from which it originated. Muladhara is positioned close to anus, at the perineum, and it has four petals which match the consciousness of greatest joy, natural pleasure, delight in controlling passion, and blissfulness in concentration. The energy that was unleashed in creation, called the Kundalini, lies coiled and sleeping in the Muladhara, and it is the purpose of this exercise arouse this energy, and cause it to… Read More

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what does chakra mean

Chakra comes from the Sanskrit “cakra” meaning “wheel, circle”, and sometimes also referring to the “wheel of life”. The pronunciation of this word can be approximated in English by ‘chuhkruh’, with ch as in chart .The word derives from the Sanskrit word for “wheel” or “turning”, but in the yogic context a better translation of the word is “vortex” because it whirls. Just as the physical body has ductless glands which govern the the organs of body by way of their fluids which they transmit, so the aura has the “glands” which control the energy flow to the various parts of the astral body. These “glands” are the chakras. There… Read More

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chakras meaning

chakras meaning

Eight months after we discovered the postures of strength, Barbara recognized a connection between the nine postures of strength and the locations of the seven major chakras of the human body as described in ancient Vedic literature. At that point we felt we had discovered the link between two bodies of mystic information: the nine-pointed enneagram and the seven energy wheels of the Hindu cosmology. Soul types 3, 6 , and 9 are associated with the 4th chakra. This unique association is indicated on the enneagram diagram by the inner triangle which connects 3, 6, and 9. The New Encyclopedia Britannica, Vol 3, 1993, page 58, defines the chakras this… Read More

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Chakra Balancing

Exercise to Balance Your Chakras Starting with the 1st chakra, place a red floater candle in a glass bowl filled with water – light the floater. Sit quietly. As you find that peaceful place within, bring your awareness to the chakra. Visualize it as a red wheeling spinning clockwise. Breathe in red, breathe out the old color. Do this for several breaths until the color of your out-breath matches the color of your in-breath. Then repeat the related chakra affirmation as a mantra. As you feel complete, extinguish the chakra floater with candle snuffer. Repeat the above exercise with each chakra using the appropriate chakra floater, color and affirmation. Never… Read More

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how to heal chakras

Psychoenergetic Healing work is the recollection and mending of lost pieces of the Soul. These lost pieces may be experienced in many different ways: yearning depression unexplained sadness anxiety relationship issues addictions Dr. Myers’ work is based on the STAR (Soul Transmission and Re- patterning) process which emphasizes psychospiritual healing practices. This work involves an emphasis on the “light” body and subtle energy fields. These healings utilize our multi-dimensionality to identify, cleanse and recreate new energies into our daily lives. There is an identification of woundedness, removal of dense energies, re-alignment of the chakras, and a reconnection with the unconditional expression of Being. This healing work is intended to facilitate… Read More

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what are chakras

The word chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning wheel. It is a wheel-like spinning vortex that interpenetrates the physical body, with the outer ends of each vortex forming a specific layer of the auric field. The whirling circular motion forms a cavity or vacuum in the center that draws in anything it encounters on its particular vibrational level. It is then processed and returned to the auric field. The major chakras of the human body are the seven chakras that are aligned along the spinal column. Secondary chakras of importance are located in the palms of the hands, the soles of the feet, and at major joints in the arms… Read More

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7 Main Chakras

Chakras  We are all One, One Energy, from One Light. Let us band together as Humans, with love for all of humanity, living each day in harmony with Mother Earth, our Sacred Garden.   Hear what others say to you, but remain in tune with your inner voice.   Explanation of the ChakrasFIRST CHAKRA: ROOT or BASE CHAKRA LOCATION : Base of the spine (coccyx) COLOR : Red (secondary color is black) ELEMENT : Earth FUNCTIONS : Gives vitality to the physical body. Life-force survival, self-preservation, instincts. GLANDS/ORGANS : Adrenals, kidneys, spinal column, legs bones. GEMS/MINERALS: Ruby, garnet, bloodstone, red jasper, black tourmaline, obsidian, smoky quartz. FOODS: Proteins, Red fruits… Read More

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