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What is a Chakra?

Chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning wheel, or vortex. Our chakras are energy centres which function as pumps or valves, regulating the flow of energy through our energy system. How we chose to think, feel and react to the world around us is reflected through our chakras, via our subconscious. All of our senses, all of our perceptions, all of our possible states of awareness, everything it is possible for us to experience, can be divided into roughly 18 categories. Each category can be associated with a particular chakra. we are now working with the expanded 18 chakra system in order to keep our bodies balanced as we move from the 3rd to the 5th dimension. A unique process which has never before been attempted.

Chakras are more dense than auras, but not as dense as the physical body. They are hardwired to the physical body through two major vehicles, the endocrine system and the nervous system. Each of the seven main bodily chakras is associated with one of the seven endocrine glands, and also to a group of nerves called a plexus. Thus, each chakra can be associated with particular parts of the body and particular functions within the body. See Chakra Map

If a chakra is out of balance or blocked then an area of dis-ease can develop. This can be caused by a build up of unacknowledged negative emotions. If left unacknowledged the dis-ease, or 'whisper', can become a greater problem as the body starts to 'shout' to gain our attention, eventually breaking down into pain or disease. the idea is to stay balanced, to allow the natural toric field of the body to flow, so that we heal ourselves naturally.

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