Chakras, What They Do, and How to Heal Them

I strongly believe that we are affected by energy in us and around us. These Chakra Energy Central points allow us to understand more about ourselves and the wonderful energy within. I just had to share this article x

The Possibility Magazine

chakras

A incisive description from an article at positivemed.com:

1. Root Chakra – Represents our foundation and feeling of being grounded.
Location: Base of spine in tailbone area.
Emotional issues: Survival issues such as financial independence, money, and food that can present fatigue, disagreements with family members and disorientation. (Lack of grounding)
What to do?
Visualize a molten lava flow beneath you (intense red) Go to an open space barefoot and imagine a growing root from your feet to the center of the earth. Resolving issues with family (root) can help you heal this chakra

2. Sacral Chakra – Our connection and ability to accept others and new experiences.
Location: Lower abdomen, about 2 inches below the navel and 2 inches in.
Emotional issues: Sense of abundance, well-being, pleasure and sexuality that can present sexual dysfunction, hormonal imbalance and lack of activity if the chakra is…

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4 thoughts on “Chakras, What They Do, and How to Heal Them

  1. This has long intrigued me, too. Readers of my blog know that I am a former teacher (public speaker) and grew up singing in choirs but in adulthood developed Spasmodic Dysphonia, certainly a classic manifestation of dysfunction in the throat chakra if there ever was one–and of all things, am married to a choral conductor and surrounded at all times by singers and teachers. It’s an interesting conundrum, and one I haven’t managed to solve even with the help of many wise doctors, healers and practitioners of all kinds of therapies. I’ve come to wonder over the years if it’s not possible that my having SD is meant, in fact, to be simply a channel through which *other* people can communicate better. I don’t know, but it’s an interesting part of the big adventure of life, to be sure! 🙂 In any event, I really enjoyed the article you linked.

    • That is extremely interesting! I find things definitely have a reason to exist. Many of us see this in hindsight but some can see that the cause of something in the present can help us communicate and channel through to others! It’s a whole amazing world to be explored and you’re right about life being an adventure!

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