Do you wish you could have constant, clear access to a source of higher guidance? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to have your very own ‘Soul GPS’, specially designed to help you with your life path? Well guess what, you can have this – and already do! However, just like we have to have the dial on the right station in order to hear our favourite radio show properly, so too we have to be tuned in to our ‘Soul GPS and Higher Guidance’ channel in order to be connected to it and receive all its benefits.Continue reading “Activate Your Soul GPS And Live Your Life Purpose with The Help of Your Crown Sahasrara Chakra”
The seventh chakra is called the Crown chakra and the original Sanskrit name is Sahasrara. The translation of Sahasrara is ‘thousand-fold’. The Crown chakra is depicted as a lotus flower with a thousand white leaves, the symbol of infinity and tuned into the highest form of consciousness and the divine.
This chakra is located on the crown of the head and spreads out upwards in a cone like way. The seventh chakra is connected to the pineal gland in the endocrine system. The Crown chakra is our connection to the Universe, just like the Root chakra is our connection to Mother Earth. It is also the centre where we connect to the Divine. The life lesson of this chakra is expression of gratitude.Continue reading “Achieve Miracles in Life with Sahasrara Crown Chakra Therapy”
When was the last time you paid attention to the thoughts going on in your mind? Do you make a conscious effort to think positively and visualize what you want your life to look like? Or is your headspace a rambling jumble of chatter, self-criticism and negative movies playing out a multitude of fears?
Your thoughts create your reality – literally – and so if you aren’t already directing them to focus on what you want (versus worrying about what you don’t want) today is a good day to change direction! You can start by understanding the huge power and potential contained in your Indigo Third Eye Ajna Chakra.Continue reading “Learn How Solutions To Creating A Positive Life Lies Within Your Indigo Third Eye Ajna Chakra”
The sixth chakra is called the Third Eye chakra and its original Sanskrit name is Ajna. The meaning of Ajna is ‘perception’ but also ‘become aware of’ and ‘control’. The Third Eye chakra is depicted as a two leafed lotus flower. The two leaves are placed next to the heart of the flower, like wings. In the heart of the flower, an inverted triangle can be found and a crescent moon placed over it.
This chakra is situated in the middle of the forehead, right over the bridge of the nose, between the physical eyes. The Ajna chakra is connected to the pituitary gland in the endocrine system. The Third Eye chakra is associated with psychic abilities, clairvoyance, the power of thought, imagination and seeing on all levels and intuition. The function of this chakra is aptly described by its Sanskrit name Ajna, meaning command. It is from this level, when we reach it, that we can control or command the whole personality or lower self. This is the seat of mind and at this level we experience mentation; that is to say, a flow of mental images and abstract ideas continually coming and going in the mind.Continue reading “The All-Seeing Third Eye – Ajna Chakra”
We all know that communication is the key to harmonious relationships (personally and professionally), yet how many of us struggle with expressing ourselves openly and honestly, unsure of how the other person might respond? You get what you want by asking for it but how many of us have been taught it’s better to keep quiet than to open your mouth and potentially create confrontation or conflict?
If you are one who has trouble expressing your truth, look to your blue throat chakra for some help, located of course at the throat. When balanced this chakra helps us to express who we really are, not only via our verbal communication but also through the clothes we wear, the career we choose and the lifestyle we live. Do these things match who you feel you really are or have you conformed to the reality around you not wanting to risk judgement, criticism or being outcast by a certain social, cultural or family group?Continue reading “The Art of Expressing Yourself – Your Vishuddha Throat Chakra is The Key”
The original Sanskrit name for the throat chakra is Vishudda. Vishudda means ‘purification’ or ‘cleansing’. The throat chakra is depicted as a sixteen leafed lotus flower containing an inverted triangle that represents speech and in turn contains a full moon.
This chakra is situated between the third and fifth neck vertebra and opens towards the throat. The throat chakra corresponds with the thyroid and parathyroid in the endocrine system. The throat chakra is the centre of communication/speech but also hearing and listening are controlled by this centre. The life lesson taught by this chakra is self-expression and the power of choice.
If this chakra is blocked, you may feel insecure and weak and not able to word your emotions. Physical problems related to this chakra are: thyroid disorders, sore throats, back aches, ear infections, cold hands and feet, chronic diseases and auto immune disorders.Continue reading “Vishuddha Throat Chakra – Speak Your Truth and Liberate Yourself”
Do you feel totally in control of your life or are you feeling helpless and hopeless, at the whim of external forces around you? Are you in the driver’s seat of your life or do you feel pushed and pulled in all directions by people who think they know the direction that’s best for you? Do you find yourself saying yes when you wish you had the courage to say no and no when you really wish you had the confidence to say yes?
If you feel you need a boost to your sense of empowerment and want to tap into your warrior energy, then look no further than your yellow solar plexus chakra.Continue reading “How To Develop Your Personal Power By Empowering Your Manipur Solar Plexus Chakra”
Our manipura chakra, a yellow lotus of ten petals, located at the solar plexus – the place where we get those butterfly feelings when we feel scared or powerless. Its element is fire -fire that radiates and transforms matter into energy, giving light and warmth. This chakra represents our “get up and go,” our action, our will, our vitality and our sense of personal power. Its name, Manipura, means “lustrous gem.” We can think of it as a glowing yellow Sun, radiating through the center of our body.
On the physical plane, the mainpura chakra rules metabolism, the process whereby we turn food (matter) into energy and action.Continue reading “Manipura Solar Plexus Chakra – Awaken The Warrior Within”
Location: Centre of chest, at end of sternum.
This beautiful chakra is all about love, kindness and affection. When open, you will be friendly and compassionate and will foster harmonious relationships. If under-active, you will be cold and distant and if overactive, you will be overbearing in the love department.
The spiritual lessons Anahata wants to teach us are about compassion, forgiveness, trust and unconditional love. A fourth chakra that is too open will lead a person into being too giving; generous to a fault. If it is too closed, it may lead a person into lacking compassion and empathy. One needs to strike the perfect balance between self-love and the love of others.
Why must we live in pain and suffering? We live with wounds that cut so deep, that they ruin our lives – they keep us held in illusion and separate us from the real joy that is truly ours for the taking. To live from our heart intelligence- shows us the path to freedom!
When we truly learn to live with heart intelligence, we wonder why on earth we have imprisoned ourselves in pain and suffering for so long!
This is not an easy thing to teach another because until we feel it, we will never know it – but it is time now, with all the suffering in the world – we must learn how to free ourselves from darkness. Unfortunately it takes most of us, most of our lives to learn this.