Jun 122016
 

Chakra means “wheel” in Sanskrit. When chakras are active they are described as spinning wheels.  They are spiritual energy centres and part of our energetic makeup.   They open and close like petals on a flower.

Chakras are influenced by our interactions with other people, the environment and universal intelligence.  Chakras process spiritual energy and step it down into useable energy for the physical body.

In the 3rd dimension we have 7 in-body chakras.  As we evolve to the 5th dimension we awaken five dormant chakras to re-establish our 12 chakra system.  When our 12 chakra system is operational we also have access to our spiritual and psychic gifts.

Each chakra has a number of petals; a specific colour and is related to specific things.  The 3rd dimensional chakras have a different colour and vibration to the 5th dimensional chakras.

Experiences from past lives and the current life can greatly affect our chakras.  Chakras are fundamental to healing and wholeness.  Stored negative emotions in our chakras and cell memory can impact the way we live, our relationships and our bodily functioning. Cleansing our chakras of these negative emotions is essential for our overall well-being and spiritual growth.

Below are the 3rd dimensional chakras and their colours:

Base
Sacral
Solar Plexus
Heart
Throat
Third Eye
Crown
Red
Orange
Yellow
Green
Blue or Turquoise
Indigo
Violet

Below are the 5th dimensional chakras and their colours (Cooper & Crosswell, 2009):

Earth Star
Base
Sacral
Naval
Solar Plexus
Heart
Throat
Third Eye
Crown
Causal
Soul Star
Stellar Gateway
Black
Platinum
Pink
Orange
Gold with Rainbow Lights
White
Royal Blue
Clear Crystal
Clear Crystal
White
Magenta
Gold

Cooper, D & Crosswell, K 2009, Ascension through Orbs, Findhorn Press, UK.

Sep 242012
 

In Kinesiology we use the term ‘switching’ to refer to the body’s electrical circuits.  Before doing any balances or corrections switching is checked to ensure there is no confusion within the body’s electrical circuits and coordination.

Doing the following simple switching exercises can help ensure both hemispheres of your brain are talking to each other and will also help with concentration and feeling clear minded.

Place one hand over the naval area keeping it there while rubbing the following points with your other hand:

– Between upper lip and nose (top/bottom switching)
– Between bottom lip and chin (top/bottom switching)
– Bottom of your tailbone (front back switching)
– Just under the ends of your collarbones (left right switching)

Rub each of the above firmly and then change over hands and repeat.

Sources:
– Touch for Health, John Thie
– Touch for Health Book 1 Toni Gralton