We made it! It's Friday!! Thank goodness right?! I am ready for this weekend! I have plans to spend the day with my daughter tomorrow. We have some errands to run, and our local mall is having a princess party so we'll be there taking part in the fun activities!
Ok, well hopefully by now you are getting the idea of how the chakras correlate with our lives. Every chakra is linked, in one way or another, to the experiences we have in life.
Next on the list of discussion, the heart chakra. This is the fourth chakra and in Sanskrit it's name is Anahata. This chakra is located in the center of your chest, and level with your heart. This chakra represents your ability to establish connection to all things based on feeling. The ability to feel love for yourself and others comes from this chakra, too. A well balanced heart chakra results in one's ability to love all things.
As we look further into this chakra some of the physical manifestations of an overly open heart chakra will result in heart disease or high blood pressure. You may also see c-dependence, jealousy and over empathizing. Too much over empathizing manifests as living at the mercy of others' emotions, and can pull you away from feeling like yourself.
Additionally, a closed heart chakra can manifest as bronchitis, asthma, low blood pressure and other lung issues. Fear of intimacy, lack of compassion and bitterness are signs of a closed heart chakra. Additionally, an inability to relate to people and exchange compassion are signs of a closed heart chakra.
Rest assured, there are many tips you can take to help maintain balance in this chakra. Here are some of my favorites: * olor therapy with wearing, eating and drinking the color green. * Music note "F" or chanting YAM ( Y-aahh-M) *Carry rose quartz or tourmaline crystals. ** Sandalwood, chamomile, rose and jasmine essential oils will help attune this chakra. * Hugging pets, friends, family and nature will also help to balance the heart chakra.
-- Love & Peace Spirit- Translator Kim Babcock firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.kimbabcock.net/