Happy New Year! As we approach the end of the first month of 2019, it felt like the right time to address the very thing so many of us do the moment the ball drops and the new year has begun-Resolutions.
We’ve reach that time again, the few days in between the old and new. It’s hard to believe that in less than a week 2018 will be over. This year has been overarched with intense energy…
The last few months of my life, the art of allowing has been a practice I have been challenged to reflect on and refine. It seemed fitting to continue on this journey of the infinite self, diving deeply into what it means to allow.
This series came to me as I was in-between meditation and sleep several months ago. It has taken some time for me to cultivate the transparency needed to allow this to come to fruition. As I am opening myself up in a way I only do with my closet friends.
It is my deepest belief that we are brought to places and people for reasons beyond our conscious understanding. All encounters are meant…
I am so happy to be back, writing and connecting with you all. I wanted to continue to write a blog series, this time shifting to be more personal and transparent. It is not often we truly know the background of the healers we encounter.
I hope you enjoyed this series as much as I did, it was such a pleasure to write! It is always so exciting for me to be part of the discovery process with people.
We have made it to the final post in The Chakra Series, our first chakra known as our root or Muladhara in Sanskrit. This red chakra translates to root support and sits at the base of your spine.
Next up in The Chakra Series is the Sacral Chakra or Svadhisthana in Sanskrit. Svadhisthana translates to ones own seat or base. This chakra sits right behind your pelvic bone, three inches below your navel. It is the color orange and is the center of your creativity, sexual energy, sensuality, emotions, fertility and joy.
So let’s jump back in! The next chakra in The Chakra Series is the Solar Plexus as known as the Manipura in Sanskrit. This chakra is located three inches above the navel, and is associated with the color yellow.
We are now moving our way down into the chakras within the physical body. This week’s chakra is The Heart also know as the Anahata in Sanskrit. The Heart Chakra is traditionally associated with the color green. The heart chakra is all about love, connection and forgiveness.
Now let's move down to the throat, also known as Vishudda in Sanskrit. This chakra is the color blue and is focused around speaking our truth. It is the center of communication, I see this chakra…
Welcome to the next Chakra in the Chakra Series, the Brow most commonly known as the Third Eye. Ajna in Sanskrit, this chakra is located right between your eyebrows and is the color indigo.
Welcome to the Chakra Series! For the next several blog posts, I will go over each of the seven major energy centers or chakras. As you learned in my first post, chakra translates to spinning wheel.
I hope that my first post gave you a better understand of Reiki and Align: Internal Architecture. This post will allow you to see how I uniquely address the common Reiki services; Distance Healing, House Clearing and Animal Reiki!
I wanted to begin this blog as a way to answer common questions about Reiki, the chakras and how to align the body. These posts will provide you with clarity about this beautiful healing modality and may even spark interest in trying it for yourself!