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  • Chakra Stones: Meaning, Properties and Powers

    Chakra Stones: Meaning, Properties and Powers

    The word chakra comes from the sanskrit meaning wheel or circle. There are seven chakras or wheels from the base of your spine to the top of your head. The function of each of the chakras is to spin and rotate and keep the spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical body all in alignment. When we get sick or ill, it is a sign that one or more of the chakras is out of alignment. 1st Chakra: Root Location: Base of spine Sense: Smell Element: Earth Stones: Black onyx, hematite, carnelian, garnet Color: Red or black Sound: Do Musical Note: C Functions: Life force, instincts, survival 2nd Chakra: Sacral Location: Underneath the ribcage Sense: Taste Element: Water Stones: Orange agate, red jasper Color: Orange Sound: Re Musical note: D Functions: Procreation, sexuality 3rd Chakra: Solar Plexus Location: Middle abdomen area Sense: Sight Element: Fire Stones: Tiger's eye, citrine, yellow stones Color: Yellow Sound: Mi Musical Note: E Functions: Metabolizing food, emotions, sympathetic nervous system 4th chakra: Heart Location: Center of the chest Sense: Touch Element: Air Stones: Jade, rose quartz Color: Green or pink Sound: Fa Musical note: F Functions: Circulating the life blood for energy 5th Chakra: Throat Location: Throat…

  • The Essence of Breathing in Zen Meditation

    The Essence of Breathing in Zen Meditation

    Zen meditation is letting go of pessimistic thoughts and simply relaxing. In Buddhism, it is a contemplative discipline performed to achieve calmness in the mind and body. Most importantly, it aims for a practitioner to understand the nature of life to obtain enlightenment. To fully experience positive results of Zen meditation, there are three general methods to consider such as (1) Concentration; (2) Koan Introspection; and (3) Shikantaza. Concentration is the main emphasis to start Zen meditation. You need to focus on your breathing which is commonly ministered by counting. Let breathing be your shield to any distraction. On the other hand, Koan Introspection focuses on "koan." Koan is an entity used for meditation. "Just sitting" or Shikantaza is meditation where an object has no place, instead mere concentration is needed. Once you have chosen a specific method, then it is time for you to be aware of the common positions undertaken in Zen meditation. Burmese Position At first glance the said position looks like a simple cross-legged position. With the Burmese position, you need to situate your feet so it will be in front of one another and let both your feet relax on the floor. You need to…

  • How Kundalini Reiki Works

    How Kundalini Reiki Works

    When we say Kundalini, it usually refers to the opening of various "healing channels" and "charkas" that gives people easy access in gaining the energy of the Earth. Here, the "root chakra" serves as the center of energy that paves the way for the Kundalini energy to enter. Also referred to as the "Kundalini fire," Kundalini energy is said to flow all throughout the person's body and taps the body's "main energy channel." Once it the energy has reached "main energy channel," the Kundalini Reiki will now exit the "crown chakra," and comes back in a form of cycle. In Kundalini Reiki, the energy that has been released from a person through a channel enters the "root chakra," passes through "crown chakra" -- which is usually located on top of a person's head -- and stay there for a period of time. During its stay in the "crown chakra," the Kundalini Reiki cleanses the "charkas" in the different parts of the body and channels it all throughout the system. Here's the step-by-step procedure how Kundalini Reiki works: 1. The first step in making Kundalini Reiki work is by opening the channels where Reiki energy will flow. This step is called…

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