At the risk of repeating some of what was said in my first blog about the chakras, it is important to remember that the chakras (pronounced CHAR-kras) are energy. They occur wherever two or more energy channels intersect. As there
“She’s wrong! She’s gone whacko!” I hear you utter through gritted teeth, “What’s this mention of an EIGHTH chakra?” You could well be right that I’ve gone whacko, but I am right about the existence of EIGHT, not seven chakras.
The sixth chakra (after Mooladhara, Svadhistana, Manipura, Anaharta, & Vishuddhi) is the Third Eye, called AJNA. The pronunciation of this chakra is difficult for most native English speakers; it is pronounced something like “ARG-nya”. Do you ever experience ‘deja vu’
Way back when I was fed up with being unable to get a full-time job, I did extra study and gained a teaching qualification – stupidly, really, as I knew I didn’t want to be a school teacher. Nevertheless, I
Okay. The truth is out. I’m an avid Elvis fan… However, I suspect that Elvis didn’t know about the seven major chakras located in his (and everyone else’s) spine while he was singing those songs. Nevertheless, he – and we
There is an idea I’ve heard that our chakras developed as part of human evolution – as we grew in self-awareness and spirituality, the chakras developed in us. Mooladhara (the base chakra) is first: we need safety and security before
Now that Mooladhara (the first chakra) is strong, we have a firm base, we have a safe place to live, we have our family, our health and sufficient funds to cover the expenses of survival, it’s time to start enjoying
Introducing . . . (drum roll)….THE CHAKRAS First off, let’s get the pronunciation right. The word is CHakra – that is, a strong CH sound as in ‘child’ and ‘chart’. The first ‘a’ is long, like ‘ar’, so the word