How to Heal Your Chakras

How to Heal Your Chakras

How to Heal Your Chakras: Our body is constantly flowing with energy. It travels from the tops of our heads to the tips of our toes. That energy has a name. A chakra is a center of energy. Derived from the Sanskrit word for “wheel,” our body contains seven of these powerful energy sources. The seven chakras are: the root chakra, the sacral chakra, the solar plexus chakra, the heart chakra, the throat chakra, the third eye chakra and, lastly, the crown chakra.
Imagine a spinning disc filled with energy and interacting with all our bodies various systems. The chakras provide a constant flow of harmonious energy between those systems and throughout our body. If that flow of energy gets blocked or disrupted, our bodies become unbalanced. This can result in physical ailments, unhappiness, inability to focus and a list of other issues. Understanding chakras and how they affect our bodies is an important step in maintaining both physical and mental health.


The Root Chakra
Located at the base of the spine, this chakra deals with the physical body and its connection to the Earth. Feelings of safety and being grounded are associated with the root chakra. It is considered the foundation from which all six other chakras feed off of. Imbalance with your root chakra can lead to sluggishness, depression and poor circulation. Financial issues may also be the result of a blocked root chakra.
This chakra is associated with all things red. To clear a blocked root chakra, light a red candle anointed with ylang ylang oil orsandalwood oil. Recite the following affirmation:
I am safe, I trust in the natural flow of life.
I take my natural place in the world content in the knowledge that all I need will come to me in the right time and space.
I am secure and grounded in the physical form and give thanks to Mother Earth for the nourishment, shelter and stability she gives me .

Carry some tumbled carnelian stones in a red pouch with you. Make an effort to get some exercise, especially outdoors.

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