Chakras 101

Chakras 101

The 7 Week Chakra Tease


This article kicks off a 7 part series inviting you to take a closer look…and feel…of your energy, one chakra at a time.

Chakras 101

We are surrounded by and created from energy.  It is everywhere and it is everything.  Energy nourishes our physical body and soul.  The best-known and most significant system of energy are the 7 primary chakras which are located along the central line of our body, parallel to the spine.  The chakras play an extremely important role in human functions.  They are responsible for a our physical, mental and spiritual health.  Each chakra is a vortex through which energy flows in and out in an effort to maintain balance in the area of the body that it governs.

Every day we are bombarded with what can only be described as inharmonious energies.  These energies are of a low vibration or frequency, which interrupts the flow of vital life force to and from the body.  These lower frequencies show up in our lives in many ways; all of which are commonly labelled as stress. Whether the stress is from our job, family, finances, low self-esteem, environmental toxins, traffic jams, relationship troubles or pollution; all forms of stress adversely affect the balance of our energy field and our therefore, our health.

Our chakras are a part of us, just as our physical body is.  It is easy to forget about them, as they are not typically seen with the naked eye.  Learning about our 7 primary chakras and taking ownership of the state of our own energy system allows us to play a conscious role in keeping them clear, thereby playing an active role in maintaining our health and well-being.

The 7 Week Chakra Tease will kick off next week with the Root Chakra.  Think red hot safety, security, stability and vitality!

Until then….stay clear and breathe.

In the Spirit of Clear Living,

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