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Seven Major Chakra Series - Learn about the Root Chakra

Seven Major Chakra Series - Learn about the Root Chakra
root chakra | sacral chakra | solar plexus chakra | heart chakra | throat chakra | brow chakra | crown chakra The Base or Root Chakra is associated with the color red. This chakra is the grounding force that allows us to connect to the earth energies and empower our beings. Focusing one's attention on the color of a cherry popsicle or a juicy red apple can help bring our energetic body "down to earth" and in alignment with our physical body when we find ourselves energetically fleeting or in other words....."spacing off. Chakra One - Associations Learning About Chakras Are You Adequately Grounded? Bibliography: Anatomy of the Spirit by Caroline Myss, Flower Essence Repertory by Patricia Kaminski and Richard Katz, Hands of Light by Barbara Ann Brennan, Love is in the Earth by Melody

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Chakra Tones and Notes Ruby - Red - Root Chakra Ruby keeps the lower chakras open so energy can move up. It may activate kundalini (in a balanced manner). Mother Mary has infused her energy into this essence which has a profound affect on the heart, strengthening the spiritual heart. Ruby is about mastery and love of self. Ruby teaches you and opens you to the infinite source of divine love. Description of the Chakras Written by © Ewald Berkers What chakras are and their psychological properties Chakras are centers of energy, located on the midline of the body.

Magic Familiar-Chakras The second chakra is known as the sacral plexus chakra spleen chakra or sexual chakra. It is situated in the lower abdomen behind and approximately two inches from the belly button, in the area of the womb. The chakra is represented by the orange Svadhistthana mandala (ones own place), the element of water and it is also symbolised by a fish. It is the source of creativity and inspiration. The second chakra is the foundation of the emotional body, it influences our ability to feel emotions, sensations and atmospheres, and controls our ability to let go of our emotions. 7 Chakras: Kundalini Yoga Sukshma Prana moves in the nervous system of the Linga Sarira (astral body). Sthula Prana moves in the nervous system of the gross physical body. The two courses are intimately connected. They act and react upon each other. The Chakras are in the astral body even after the disintegration of the physical organism to death.

Flower of Life - A Thorough Explaination The flower of life is a geometrical shape composed of multiple evenly-spaced, overlapping circles arranged in a flower like pattern with six fold symmetry like a hexagon. The perfect form, proportion and harmony of the FOL has been known to philosophers, architects and artist around the world. Pagans consider it to be sacred geometry containing ancient religious value depicting the fundamental forms of space and time. In the pagan sense, it is believed to contain a type of Akashic Record of basic information of all living things and is the visual expression of the connections of life that run through all sentient beings. In New Age thought, the Flower of Life has provided what is considered to be deep spiritual meaning and forms of enlightenment to those who have studied it as sacred geometry.

Vegetables that boost your immune system (NaturalNews) Because of the proliferation of health problems, people are constantly looking for ways to strengthen their immune system. While most resort to finding supplements and other health products, you can actually raise your immunity by simply eating your vegetables. Following is a list of vegetables you should eat for an improved immune system. 1. The 7 Chakras for Beginners The seven chakras are the centers in our bodies in which energy flows through. Blocked energy in our seven chakras can often lead to illness, so it's important to understand what each chakra represents and what we can do to keep this energy flowing freely. Here's our quick summary: 1.

52 Wild Plants You Can Eat - Updated In addition to using the list below as a resource, consider the importance of properly educating yourself before consuming wild plants. Below are some resources to consider: Stalking the Wild Asparagus and Stalking The Healthful Herbs by Euell Gibbons Edible Wild Plants by John Kallas Ph.D. How to Make a Worm Compost System: 10 Steps Steps Part 1 of 3: Making a Home for Your Worms 1Obtain a worm bin. The worm bin is basically the home for the worms, and the place where they digest the organic material you will give them. Worm bins can be purchased from many online vendors, or from your local gardening or farm supply store. Ad 2If you don't want to buy a worm bin, you can also build one on your own.

Nigel Slater's seafood recipes I like to use every bit of an animal, a vegetable or a fish. The bones for soup, the pan juices for a sauce, the vegetable peelings in a stock. Even pastry trimmings will be baked to nibble at with a cup of coffee as soon as they come from the oven. Guide to Growing Vegetables Some general considerations for growing vegetables: Sowing Tips When sowing seeds, a good general rule of thumb is to sow to a depth of approximately twice the thickness of the seed. Lentil and bean recipes / Nigel Slater I don't want any fresh food left in the house while I'm away. There are few things less welcoming to come home to than half a cabbage that has seen better days. Though it is marginally better than unpacking your suitcase only to find something you left in the oven. (I have done that, too.) Suppers before I travel tend to be designed to use up every scrap of anything that may wilt or shrivel before I go, with the last one or two generally made up of anything I can find in the cupboards. The final pre-trip meal is usually a bit of a can fest, though none the worse for it.

Herbs for Pain Try some of the herbs shown here for effective and long-lasting pain relief. It is not necessary and certainly not advisable to take drugs or go for needless operations due to chronic pain. Herbs can also be substituted for medicines, and increasing numbers of people are turning to herbs as an alternative to harmful drugs. There are countless herbs for pain, the most common of which are shown below.

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