The chakras teach us how to create harmony between body and mind.

 

Previously I described how a healer reads the human energy field (Aura) in order to assess the state of a person’s health.

Now lets take a look at another energy system named, “CHAKRAS”.

Chakra is the Sanskrit word (ancient language of India) for “wheel” or “circle”. The chakras are in constant spin, creating energy centres. These centres are located within the physical body and connect with the energy field that surrounds the body.

They are evenly spaced along the spine from the top of our head to our base centre at the tip of the coccyx. The chakras link through the bodies core centre and emerge directly opposite in the front of the body. The back represents our WILL and the front our FEELINGS. (See diagram)

The chakras in the spine connect to our NERVOUS SYSTEM, and the ones in the front

Connect to the ENDOCRINE SYSTEM. These two major control systems are important to mental and physical health, it is therefore necessary to ensure that they are balanced, as together they coordinate most body functions. The endocrine system consists of small ductless glands that transmit hormones via the blood stream. Hormones are chemical messengers that are affected by stress. It is up to the healer to balance and harmonise the Chakras and the extended auric field in order for them to resonate energetically with various aspects of ones life.

There are seven major chakas and each Chakra contains information that is essential to our ability to interpret the symbolic meaning of our life experiences.

By understanding the chakas you can also learn the lessons of life and become conscious of patterns that influence your choices.

The chakas regulate our survival instincts, sex drive, self- esteem, emotions, intellect, will and spiritual aspirations. To help bring about conscious awareness to clients, I share with them typical patterns that could relate to the chakra/s not functioning properly. From this they can learn how to notice repeat patterns that have set into their life by a belief that has become part of their personality. They can learn how to create a meaning from physical and emotional pain so it can be transformed into spiritual growth. This helps with the following:

i)  To detach from hurt and grief by finding the wisdom that comes from emotional and physical injury. This would include childhood wounds.

ii) To see the importance of staying in the present moment, to have unconditional trust and the ability to recognise illusions.

So, in this sense, healing will take you on a journey to discover the “YOU” that you deserve!

Following is an ancient poem that gives meaning to our daily life …lets learn from it!

“Look to this day

For it is life

The very life of life

In it’s brief course lie all

The realities and truths of existence

The joy of growth

The splendour of action

The glory of power

For yesterday is but a memory

And tomorrow is only a vision

But today well lived

Makes every yesterday a memory of happiness

And every tomorrow a vision of hope

Look well therefore to this day!”

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