LAURA EISENHOWER: “The Earth Is Not Flat”

Our DNA is directly linked with the Earth grids, that have electric and magnetic ley lines, representing the Masculine and Feminine, just like our bodies. Our DNA is also connected to the elements, the nucleic acids are carriers. The Magnetic field of the Earth (feminine) is just like the flow of our energy bodies circulation, the electric (masculine) stimulates the nervous system. It has a Soul and Spirit spark interplay.

The Electro-Magnetic spectrum opens us to the full field of available energy. The impact the dark technologies have had on the grids, has a direct impact on us, it creates reversals and digression and has blocked us from the Aether, which is now available.

The Dodecahedron is the platonic solid connected with the Aether, which turns inversions and reversals around. There are Stargates on the planet that connect with our Chakra system and so we are in a co-creative process and the grids are a replica of our DNA that is upgrading ~ 12 strands connecting to the 13th gate neutron window ~ Andromeda and Milky Way as one again, activating the infinity spiral in our energy bodies.

The Planetary Chakra system are also Stargates. This reminds one of how we are truly connected with Nature and Cosmos and that we are also Stargates that can direct Consciousness throughout the Earth circuitry and beyond, this is how we do repair work. Electric and Magnetic, flow and stimulation and inspiration. Visualize the grids as a geodesic sphere, of pentagons and triangles and shapes, sparkling as a faceted brilliant diamond ~ the Diamond Heart of Gaia that switches us on when we connect with it.

The Earth is not flat, it is more a double penta-dodecahedron ~ it is up to us to be able to see this.

 

~via TheEarthPlan.com

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SADHGURU: “How Your Energy System And Imagination Are Connected”

“If you have conclusions about everything, there is no possibility, no receptivity. If you have conclusions, you do not have to be attentive — you can go through life like you are dead. The more conclusions you have, the more rigor mortis there is in your mind and in your body as well.”

~Sadhguru

 

There is a certain geometry to the physical existence and to the energy existence. Everything in the universe, from the atomic to the cosmic, works the way it does because of geometric perfection. One of the most fundamental and the most stable forms in geometry is a triangle. In the human energy system, there are two equilateral triangles — an upward-pointing one below, and a downward-pointing one above. Normally, these two triangles meet just above the anahata. To work with your mind and imagination, it is important to adjust the alignment of the two triangles at least to some extent. The ideal alignment would be that the upward-pointing and the downward-pointing triangles intersect to such an extent that they form a perfect six-pointed star with six equilateral triangles on the outside.

With the necessary alignment, you will be able to exercise your imagination in such a way that you can manifest what you want outside of you. To enhance the power of your imagination, you need to lift the upward-pointing triangle, which in terms of the geometry of the body is the foundation, to such an extent that it includes the vishuddhi, which is the basis of your imagination. There is sadhana to move it up and hold it there, all the time. If you do not have such sadhana, a simple way to achieve this is not to eat for a period of time. Generally, when the stomach is empty, the upward-pointing triangle tends to rise by itself. Once you eat, it descends again.

The Importance of Keeping the Chakras Mobile

There are one hundred and fourteen chakras in the body. The seventy-two thousand nadis, or energy pathways in the system, have one hundred and fourteen significant junction points, where the nadis meet in substantial numbers and redistribute themselves. These points are generally known as chakras, which literally means “wheel” or “circle,” though they are actually triangles. We call them “chakras” because that suggests movement — moving forward. Out of these hundred and fourteen, two are outside of the physical realm. For most human beings, these two are very feeble, unless they put in the necessary sadhana. Out of the remaining one hundred and twelve chakras, a few are generally located in certain parts of the body, on a physiological level. The rest of the chakras could be moving to some extent.

The way the chakras move depends on what you do with yourself. If you want to empower yourself to do different types of activities and to adjust to different type of situations, the pranic physiology or the chakra physiology of the body needs to be able to adjust accordingly. Doing the necessary work to keep the chakras mobile is important because the mobility of the chakras determines how flexible and effective you are in different types of situations, in order to meet different types of requirements. The problem with most human beings is in one situation, they function well. In another situation, they are a total mess. This is because they can only think, feel and act in a particular way.

You should be able to do everything well, with a little practice. But this will not work if your energy system is rigid. So, keeping your system mobile is important, not just because we want to do different kinds of activities in the world. It also gives you a certain flexibility of experience, that you are comfortable in any kind of situation. To be at ease, your energies must be flexible. These hundred and twelve chakras can be used as hundred and twelve doorways to your ultimate nature. That is why Adiyogi gave one hundred and twelve ways to attain to the ultimate.

To be able to move this complex triangular structure of your physiology the way you want it requires a different level of sadhana. But the most fundamental thing is that these two triangles should intersect. Normally, the upward-pointing triangle is below and the downward-pointing triangle is above. If you bring the two equilateral triangles to a point where they intersect in such a way that they form a star with six equilateral triangles, the system is in balance and becomes very receptive. My work is about presence and transmitting something, for which you need receptivity. My words are not going to enlighten you. I only say things to confuse you, because you cannot enlighten anyone by talking. It is the presence that has the power to transform.

From Conclusions to Confusion to Consciousness

Talking is a good tool only to destroy the idiotic conclusions that people have made. When conclusions are destroyed, confusion happens. Being joyfully confused about everything in the universe is a good state to be in. This means you are constantly paying attention to everything. Once you realize that you do not know a thing, you become receptive. If you have conclusions about everything, there is no possibility, no receptivity. If you have conclusions, you do not have to be attentive — you can go through life like you are dead. The more conclusions you have, the more rigor mortis there is in your mind and in your body as well.

“Being joyfully confused about everything in the universe is a good state to be in. This means you are constantly paying attention to everything. Once you realize that you do not know a thing, you become receptive.”

 

If you are doing hatha yoga every day, you will notice that on a day when your attitude is kind of rigid, your body will not bend. On another day, when you are happy and mentally flexible, your body will bend much better. The nature of your consciousness is manifesting in every cell of your body, every moment of your life. That is why there are many kinds of self-inflicted diseases in the world today. Never before, human beings had as many food choices as we have today. In earlier times, people ate what was locally available. Today, in spite of so much variety, there is so much illness. In fact, the more choices people have, the sicker they get.

The United States is probably one of the countries with the greatest variety of food choices, but they also spend a huge amount of money on healthcare — three trillion dollars per year. That is a crime against humanity. If those who do not get sufficient nourishment are ill, it is understandable. But if those who are eating well are sick, it means something fundamental is going wrong. We have not understood that every cell in your body was created by the nature of your consciousness. If you do not know how to keep the nature of your consciousness well, you will not know how to keep your system well. Then you will function by accident, which need not be so.

We as human beings do everything that other creatures do too — we eat, sleep, reproduce, and die. One thing that distinguishes us is we are making a lot of fuss about all that, just as an aside. The most important difference about human beings is we can do all these things fully consciously. For example, you can eat fully consciously. Let us say you are hungry. If you were some other creature, you would just pick up whatever suits you and devour it. But as a human being, you are able to wait until mealtime, sit at the table, chant the invocation, and rather than stuffing your face with both hands, eat with your right hand. This is being conscious. If you go by the body alone, you will want to eat immediately. But since you have the necessary intelligence and awareness to hold back the compulsions of the body, you can respond to the situation in a conscious manner. If someone behaves very compulsively, they say he is like an animal. So, this is a journey from compulsiveness to consciousness.

Consciousness gives you the possibility to become free from your tendencies. Even if you have been ruled by all kinds of tendencies until this moment, if you respond fully consciously now, there will be a distance between you and the accumulated tendencies that you have. If you make every aspect of life conscious — not only in action, but also in thought, emotion, and energy — you will be on top of the world.

 

~via BodyMindSoulSpirit.com

DAVINA SKINNER: “7 Chakras And 7 Links To Your Subconscious”

The Chakras do not start and end with their description or definition — which is where many people stop with their understanding of them. To know their name and position is great but what purpose does that serve? What use is that information to you in your daily life? The Chakras are amazing, organic, Dimensional Centers of Energy and within them they hold so many secrets.

When their energy is combined, it makes up what we call the Aura, the energy field within and around the human body. It is within this energy sphere that psychics can ‘see’ and can discern many things about you that the ‘normal’ person is not consciously aware of.

Many of these things you can become more conscious of yourself and to my mind it is your subconscious mind giving you some minute signals, trying to get through to you. This is just the same and linked with how your body language works, your body language is your Chakra energy at work!

There are a great many ways that the Chakras can try to ‘get’ your attention, often by being out of balance. Again there are a whole host of symptoms that would indicate an out of balance Chakra but for the purpose of trying to keep things simple I highlight just one common signal for each of the seven Chakras. For Example;

The Base Chakra

A good indicator of how stable the Base Chakra might be is to consider what you do with your feet and legs when you sit down in certain situations: You may sit with both feet firmly placed on the floor or you may occasionally cross your legs. In and of itself, there is no great indicator here unless there tends to be a regular and repeated pattern. You may find you often cross your legs tightly, almost winding them around the chair leg, or you may fidget excessively, you may feel the need to raise your feet up off the floor and in some cases sit with your knees bent up in front of you. This can indicate a sense of insecurity which is one of the key elements of the Base Chakra.

The Sacral Chakra

You may notice you often cover this area, below the navel with your hands; this tends to be out of an instinctive need to feel protected. It can be an area that is easily prone to storing fat, in men and women and is linked with how vulnerable you feel in relationships in particular. It is an emotional power house and it is important to be able to ‘flow’ with these emotions otherwise you may encounter creativity problems not just physically but mentally too.

The Solar Plexus

This Chakra you already associate with your subconscious or inner knowing whether you realize it or not! This is after all the home of your GUT instinct. It is not for no reason we call it this. This Chakra directly links with your core spirit or energy that instinctively ‘knows’ what or who is good for you and which situations are bad. Recall a time when you had a bad feeling about someone or something and you will no doubt recall that sickening feeling in the stomach. Often things happen so quickly that we don’t stop to consider just what our reactions are about or precisely where they affect us in the body.

The Heart Chakra

This, it is no surprise is all about love. How comforting is it when you feel hurt or upset to receive a loving or caring hug from someone? It is a natural instinct to put your arms around each other and to ‘touch’ hearts. It is a comfort and is in effect two energies of the two people meeting, one giving one receiving in this instance. To watch anyone in pain tugs at your ‘heart strings’ and that is just what it is like if you could see the energy.

The Throat Chakra

This Chakra not only relates to the throat and neck area but to the organs you use in communication too, your ears, mouth and nose! It is very often associated with your ability to ‘speak your truth’. You may know someone who covers their neck and throat area regularly, either with high collars or scarves. This can indicate that a lot of what they would really like to say is left unsaid or is covered up. This can either result in resentful gossip out of earshot or a build up of ‘unsaid stuff’ that at some point bursts forth in an emotional storm!

The Third Eye Chakra

Often you will see people rub or tap this area as if trying to literally grab hold of a thought they somehow know is there but they just can’t quite get hold of. This is the intuitive Chakra center of the mind and it can easily be pulled ‘out of sync’ by the logical, rational, conscious mind we use for a large part of the day. As you may have noticed, when you let go of chasing that illusive thought and get on with an unrelated task, the inspiration or information seems to magically come from nowhere!

The Crown Chakra

Excessive worry can indicate itself here in a physical way. One of the most common is when you see people holding their head in their hands in despair or deep concern; when they ‘just don’t know what to do’ or can’t see the answer to a certain predicament. They may feel totally blocked in being able to see a way forward and keep their head looking downwards.

The majority of the instances above directly link to your body language. But when you look deeper and start to reveal more about the Chakras and their links to your mental and emotional wellbeing as well as your physical and spiritual wellbeing then you start to get a more holistic view of your true potential and beauty as a human spirit.

 

~via BodyMindSoulSpirit.com

NEZEL PADAYHAG: “Learning Your Chakra Type Is The First Step To Achieving Energetic Balance”

We are living between two worlds. The Outer World from where you recharge and exercise your energy and the Inner World from where you find connection and direction of energy. You need to have balance between these two worlds to balance your energies.

Real balance means having a roof over your head, food to eat, clothes to keep you warm, a place to call your home, a deep connection with yourself, good relationships, and a strong connectedness with the Source and the world. It’s not one or the other, it’s both!

Real balance us difficult to achieve when your chakras or energy centers aren’t balanced. If some of your chakras are overactive, and other are underactive you will live in a reality created mainly by the overactive chakras and you’ll be out of balance.

The truth is your energy is specific only to you. Thus, the first thing you need to do is know what chakra dominant type are you.

When you identify with your chakra dominant type you will know what you need to work on. When you achieve real energetic balance you will unlock your true energetic potential.

What’s Your Chakra Type?

1. Upper Chakra Dominant Type

If you’re the upper chakra dominant type, then you don’t have problems connecting with your spiritual and Higher Self.

You may have satisfying relationships and you are probably in the best of your health, but your problem lies in keeping yourself grounded.

This means you have struggles providing for your physical needs. Your higher chakras are overflowing with energies but your lower chakras are barely making it.

Working with your lower chakras is the first step to balancing your energies and achieving real abundance.

You need to meet your basic physical needs, connect with yourself and other people on a deeper emotional level and take more action to know yourself better.

2. Lower Chakra Dominant Type

The lower chakra dominant types are the wealthy people who have all the luxuries in life but are miserable, unhappy, and aren’t at peace.

The energies in their lower chakras are so high but they get stuck in the middle, thus an imbalance exists.

Physically and materially they are abundant but spiritually they are in poverty. And in order for them to achieve their true potential they need to reach spirituality.

What you need is, to work on your higher chakras to achieve balance and unlock your true energetic potential.

You need to express yourself, listen to your intuition and open your mind.

3. The Split

You are a split type if you can go back and forth from having high energy levels in the upper chakras to high energy levels in the lower chakras.

The problem lies in having a weak middle, the part that keeps the flow and the balance.

You often gravitate and go forth between the opposites.

What you need to work on is your middle chakras, the heart, throat or the solar plexus.

You need to open your heart, express yourself better and know yourself more.

The Chakras Work Best When They Work Together:

Whatever chakras are dominant in yourself, you need to know that all of them work the best when they work together.

Nurture your balanced chakras and work on the ones you are neglecting because their inactivity blocks your way of achieving energetic balance..

You also need to take note that you can be a mix of the three types.

Knowing yourself better is the key to knowing the energies that you lack.

When you are being balanced you are empowered from within.

 

 

~via LifeCoachCode.com

ALETHEIA LUNA: “80 Easy Forms Of Chakra Balancing For Mind-Body Healing”

Like everything else in life, we are energetic beings.

All minerals, plants, animals, liquids and objects are products of an endless array of cells which emit energy. And what is within each cell? Protons, neutrons and electrons, which are all composed of sub-atomic particles which are pure energy.

Therefore, everything we see in this universe is at its root energy that evolves, changes and flows. That includes us as human beings. For this reason, it is not too far-fetched to think that within our own bodies we have areas that possess more condensed energy than others.

When the energy within our bodies is too imbalanced due to bad habits, stress, unacknowledged feelings and thought patterns, we get sick and we suffer — it’s as simple as that.

This is where the importance of chakra balancing comes into play. In traditional Indian thought our bodies possess seven different energy centers that are subject to blockages according to our lifestyle habits. When our energy centers are blocked or misaligned we feel heavy, ill and emotionally imbalanced.

In fact, if you’ve come to this article chances are that you are unconsciously attracted to “cleaning” or emptying an energy blockage within your body which is preventing you from living a centered life.

The Importance of Chakra Balancing in Everyday Life

I’ve never personally liked the word “chakra” because I’ve been conditioned to associate it with quasi-science and “woo-woo” new age thought. But whether you like using the word “chakra” or perhaps “meridians” or “energy centers,” it is undeniable that we are all electric beings by nature. Simply dragging your feet across a carpet and then touching something metal will show you that.

In recent years however, I’ve come to open myself to chakra balancing, and have managed to look beyond the fog of disparagement it has been shrouded in. It’s a really refreshing feeling being proven wrong about something, and I can definitely say that learning the secrets of chakra balancing has improved the quality of my life immensely.

But don’t worry: learning how to balance your chakras is by no means some kind of “esoteric” or complicated art. It simply requires sensitivity, introspection and a dedication to your well-being; all of which I can help you with in this article.

Simply reading through each energy center below will help you to determine which of the seven chakras within you are the most “stuffy” and imbalanced. You can then read the accompanying forms of chakra balancing techniques specific to each energy center.

1. Root Chakra

Sitting at the very base of your spine (or tailbone), the root chakra is responsible for the following feelings and sensations:

If balanced, you will feel grounded, safe, secure and stable in your life.

If imbalanced, you will feel disconnected from yourself and other people and worried about basic needs (money, food, shelter).

Physically you might be suffering from eating disorders (obesity, anorexia, bulimia), arthritis, cold hands and feet, leg and feet problems, and digestive problems.

What you can do:

  • Connect with the energy of the earth.
  • Go for regular walks, strolls or jogs.
  • Walk with bare feet on a patch of grass.
  • Sit underneath a tree with your back to the trunk.
  • Get enough vitamin D by spending time in the sun each day.
  • Eat root foods that have had direct contact with the earth such as ginger, carrots, potatoes, turnips, radish and beetroot.
  • Consciously spend time with other people. Put down your phone, laptop, book or other distraction and allow yourself to experience the joy of being with another human being.
  • Explore your core wound and the impact this has on your daily life.
  • Wear red colors.
  • Visualize a red stream of light extending from your legs and feet deep into the earth.
  • Dance.
  • Aromatherapy scent: Rosemary, Cedar, Ginger, Sandalwood and Cloves.
  • Power stone: Jasper, Carnelian, Obsidian, Bloodstone, stone Smokey Quartz.

2. Sacral Chakra

Located just below your bellybutton, the sacral chakra is responsible for the following feelings and sensations:

If balanced, you will feel creative, committed, sexually vibrant and energetic.

If imbalanced, you will feel emotionally repressed, sexually suppressed, energetically lethargic, unimaginative and impotent.

Physically you might be suffering from menstrual problems, lower back pain, kidney dysfunction, urinary problems, ovarian cysts or prostrate issues.

What you can do:

  • Sit by a stream of water.
  • Make regular time for sexual activity (weekly).
  • Brain storm.
  • Stretch your lower back through yoga or traditional exercise techniques (i.e. cat stretch, sphinx pose, legs up against the wall, etc.).
  • Belly dance or rotate your hips around in a circle.
  • Wear orange (the vibration of this color is linked with the sacral chakra).
  • Drink a lot of water.
  • Eat almonds, melons, strawberries, oranges, coconut and mandarin (said to help sacral chakra issues).
  • Aromatherapy scent: Rose, Jasmine, Clary Sage, Ylang Ylang.
  • Power stone: Citrine, Amber, Hematite, Red Jasper, Orange Calcite.

3. Solar Plexus Chakra

Located just below the rib cage and just above the navel, the solar plexus chakra is responsible for the following feelings and sensations:

If balanced, you will feel self-loving, compassionate, confident and assertive.

If imbalanced, you will feel critical, judgmental, self-resenting and fearful.

Physically, you might be suffering from high blood pressure, chronic fatigue, diabetes, stomach ulcers, pancreas and gallbladder issues, and weight problems.

What you can do:

  • Explore your mental traps.
  • Work on breathing properly (i.e. not from your chest, but from your stomach).
  • Sit in the sun (fire is the element of the solar plexus chakra).
  • Discover your core beliefs.
  • Repeat affirmations to yourself daily (e.g. “I radiate love,” “I embrace the person I am”).
  • Practice self-love.
  • Wear yellow (the vibration of this color is linked with the solar plexus).
  • Do something that makes you scared but brings you courage.
  • Eat whole grains, organic yogurt and cheese, and spices such as turmeric, ginger, cumin and fennel.
  • Aromatherapy scent: Rosewood, myrrh, frankincense and sandalwood.
  • Power stone: Tiger’s eye, citrine, rhodochrosite, yellow tourmaline and malachite.

4. Heart Chakra

Located right in the center of the chest (where the heart is), the heart chakra is responsible for the following feelings and sensations:

If balanced, you will feel love, empathy and compassion for all living beings, you will be able to understand others deeply beyond their words and actions, as well as feeling forgiveness and gratitude.

If imbalanced, you will feel anger, resentment, jealousy, hatred, fear and loneliness.

Physically, you might be suffering from upper back problems, asthma, heart problems, allergies and breast issues.

What you can do:

  • Learn to enjoy your solitude.
  • Practice the taken-for-granted virtue of gratitude by being thankful for the small things in your life each day.
  • Learn to breathe deeply.
  • Allow the breeze to sweep through your hair and feel in on your skin (air is the element associated with the heart chakra).
  • Look at people in terms of what you love rather than what you hate.
  • Express your thankfulness by doing something kind or thoughtful for others.
  • Explore different ways of forgiving people who have wronged you (perhaps by learning how to forgive yourself first).
  • Wear green (the vibration of this color is associated with the heart chakra).
  • Practice the affirmations, “I forgive myself and I forgive others,” “I am loving and I am loved,” “Each day I am blessed.”
  • Aromatherapy scent: Lavender, Hyssop,Chamomile, Ylang Ylangand Neroli.
  • Power stone: Jade, malachite, emerald, green tourmaline and rose quartz.

5. Throat Chakra

Located right in the center of the throat, the throat chakra is responsible for the following feelings and sensations:

If balanced, you will be able to freely express yourself clearly both verbally and non-verbally. You will also be a good listener who assertively expresses your own truth without repression. Additionally, you might find people seeking you out for advice and moral support.

If imbalanced, you will feel dishonest with yourself and as though you are not living up to your potential. People might consider you “flaky” or “untrustworthy” as you find it hard to speak for yourself. On the other hand, you might be very opinionated, dogmatic and aggressive.

Physically, you might suffer from earaches, sinus infections, thyroid problems, upper back and neck issues, and teeth problems.

What you can do:

  • Find an appropriate form of catharsis that allows you to express yourself, e.g. painting, running, writing, singing, dancing, creating, building or even screaming.
  • Learn to acknowledge your feelings and experience them without judgement, e.g. if you feel excited, allow yourself to feel 100% excited. If you feel angry, allow yourself to feel 100% angry. No emotion is innately “good” or “bad.”
  • Chant.
  • Sing a song to yourself or hum.
  • Watch a funny movie or stand-up comedy show and laugh.
  • Practice assertiveness, or if you are normally aggressive and vocal, practice silently listening to others.
  • Actively explore what brings you meaning and fills you with passion in life (you might be an artist, an innovator, a gardener, a nurturer, a scientist, etc.).
  • Find ways of bringing your passion into your everyday life.
  • Honestly explore your feelings towards yourself, other people and your current life. What are you holding back and being inauthentic about?
  • Wear the color blue (the vibration of this color is associated with the throat chakra).
  • Look up at the sky and allow your mind to clear.
  • Eat fruits and vegetable with high water content such as watermelon, cucumber, berries and celery.
  • Aromatherapy scent: Jasmine, rose, ylang ylang and frankincense.
  • Power stone: Sodalite, lapis lazuli, blue lace agate, amazonite and turquoise.

6. Third Eye Chakra

Located in the center of the forehead, the third eye chakra is responsible for the following feelings and sensations:

If balanced, you will feel clear, focused, receptive and insightful.

If imbalanced, you will feel mentally foggy, emotionally unstable, daydreamy and unfocused.

Physically, you might suffer from hormone imbalance, eyestrain, headaches and migraines, insomnia, depression, panic and dizziness.

What you can do:

  • Cut out processed food from your diet.
  • Eat raw, unprocessed fruit, vegetables, grain and legumes.
  • Establish a regular sleep routine and get a minimum of 7 hours sleep.
  • Eliminate distractions from your life (e.g. too much television, social commitments, procrastination food, etc.).
  • Explore EFT tapping.
  • Take natural supplements such as damiana, gingko biloba and l-theanine for enhanced brain function and relaxation.
  • Learn to sit silently every day without any form of stimulation (e.g. phone, TV, laptop, book, newspaper). You could formally practice meditation, or simply relax outside in nature.
  • Wear the color indigo (the vibration of this color is associated with the third eye chakra).
  • Work on sharpening and trusting your intuition.
  • Eat nuts, dark chocolate and berries such as blueberries and raspberries.
  • Aromatherapy scent: Cypress, patchouli, vetiver, rosemary and juniper.
  • Power stone: Amethyst, purple fluorite, clear quartz, blue aventurine and merlinite.

7. Crown Chakra

The crown chakra is located right at the top of the head and is responsible for the following feelings and sensations:

If balanced, you will feel grounded in the present moment, spiritually in-tune with the rest of existence, and you will deeply trust your intuitive wisdom.

If imbalanced, you will feel lost, resentful towards “god,” aimless, depressed and you will suffer from black-and-white thinking. You might also possess a “god complex” in which you believe you’re better than everyone else.

Physically, you might suffer from light-sensitivity, fibromyalgia, existential depression and degenerative diseases.

What you can do:

  • Explore spiritual thought from ancient philosophies to modern ideas.
  • Immerse yourself in the natural world.
  • Get out of your brick box and into the vibrancy of life.
  • Explore your shadow self and the way it impacts your life with someone you trust.
  • Read into the lives and experiences of various spiritual teachers you respect.
  • Learn to separate who “you” are from what you experience. This is known as “witnessing” or “observing” what you think and feel and can be done constantly throughout the day or through formal practices like meditation.
  • Wear violet/white (the vibration of these colors are associated with the crown chakra).
  • Drink plenty of purifying water and eat clean, unprocessed, natural foods.
  • Aromatherapy scent: Gurjum, myrrh, rosewood, cedarwood and jasmine.
  • Power stone: Celestite, danburite, blue sapphire, moldavite and peacock ore.

 

Which form of chakra balancing resonated with you the most? Feel free to share below your discoveries as well as any recommendations you can make regarding healing each of the seven chakras.

 

 

~via LonerWolf.com