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Transcend yourself this new year

Greetings! Today, we take a quick tour of the seventh chakra. It’s the crown chakra, or Sahasrara. This chakra can best be described as deep peace. How do you approach deep peace? What is your relationship to this phenomenon? When your crown chakra is opened, you bring light into your body, creating this deep peace (which is also described as “universal consciousness”). If this sounds hard to describe, it is! It is a truly transcendent state. Meditation is a great way to achieve it. I know you’ve heard me say this over and over, but really it is true. Deep meditation brings about a state of contemplation that opens your mind and heart to the possibilities of the infinite. Is meditation hard

Ajna: It's all about intuition.

This week’s chakra is ajna – the third eye. This is where you learn to trust your intuition. This is where you find the clarity and guidance to trust yourself. Is this a struggle for you? Perhaps you’re involved in a struggle (and maybe this struggle is with yourself) that keeps you awake at night. Does this sound familiar? The third eye chakra – located between and slightly above the eyebrows – is associated with all these things. Physiologically, it’s associated with the pineal gland, which governs sleep through its release of melatonin, the “sleep hormone.” Ajna is commonly associated with the concept of enlightenment, which is really just an ability to listen deeply to your intuition. He

Speaking your truth. It's the bravest thing you can do.

Oh, mercy, mercy, mercy. Today we are talking about speaking your truth. That’s a hard one, isn’t it? Have you ever had to say something that was really hard for you to say, and you felt this strangled feeling in your throat? Like your voice suddenly felt very small and funny and like everything in your body conspired to keep it in? Did you ever give way to that feeling and keep it in? Or is it just me? (I doubt it’s just me.) Your throat chakra, or vishuddha, is the bridge between the heart (which we talked about last week) and the head. When we talk about that body-mind connection, well, this literally is that body-mind connection. Physically, it lies in the throat and is associated with t

Time to open your heart.

Today, we’re talking about your heart. (Your heart chakra, that is.) Your heart chakra, or anahata, is the fourth chakra and is located in the middle of your chest. It’s in the middle of your body, which makes it a perfect bridge between your lower chakras – the grounding chakras – and the more ethereal and cerebral chakras in the throat and head. What’s this chakra about? The short answer is, love in its purest forms. An open heart chakra represents joy, compassion, empathy, and transformation. The best way to open anahata is to show compassion and love for the person closest to you: yourself. A closed heart chakra can lead to immune system problems. It’s associated with the thymus gland, w

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