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Childhood traumas, cultural conditioning, limited belief system, bad habits, physical and emotional injuries. Or even just lack of attention all contribute to chakra blockage. Difficulties abound in life, for each one, we develop a coping strategy. If these difficulties persist, these coping strategies become chronic patterns, anchored in the body and psyche as defence structures. It is important to recognize the blocks we carry, find and understand their source and meaning, and develop tools to heal them.
We can influence our chakras, our health, and our lives by using different techniques such as:
When we concentrate on balancing the chakras it will lead not only balance the chakras itself, but the physical, emotional, and spiritual imbalances caused by their deficient functioning.
Using your Hands or a Pendulum (Dowsing) you can do a chakra assessment. Place your pendulum over each chakra and ask your pendulum for its: direction, size and speed. Construct your own or use a Chakra chart to determine on which chakra to work on, if it is balanced, under or over energized. In the same manner you can determine if or what stones or colors may be needed. Go through each of the chakras and make sure that you construct your questions in a way that they can always be answered with a YES or NO. It is not necessary to do the assessment over the clients body. It can be done over the palm as well. The first chakra can be assessed over the wrist, the second at the thumb, the third over the middle finger, the fourth over a small finger, the fifth over the index finger, the sixth over the ring finger and finally the seventh chakra over the palm. It is possible to be relatively balanced through the chakras without being an enlightened master. People who have done lot of their own healing work or were lucky in their upbringing may be relatively balanced.
What would this look like?
The person would be:
This is an ideal we hope to strive. We all have the means to achieve it, only it takes time, patience and dedication. The work depend entirely on the person's structure and the practitioner's style. The main thing to remember is that body, soul, mind and spirit together with the eight chakras, are one invisible whole.
Are there only 8 Chakras? What does each Chakra represent or mean?