self-care

Exploring The Chakras Part 6: The Third Eye

Exploring The Chakras Part 6: The Third Eye

Nestled right between your eyebrows, the third eye is thought to be connected to your pituitary gland, which has been called the "master gland" of the body, responsible for regulating your biochemistry, as well as acting as the "seat of the mind"/center of your intellect.

Exploring The Chakras Part 5: The Throat

Exploring The Chakras Part 5: The Throat

The fifth chakra, the throat chakra, is the first of the higher chakras, which are concerned with the spiritual realms. Known as Vishuddha in Sanskrit, the throat chakra is the powerhouse of communication, self-expression, and how we put our truth out into the world.

Exploring The Chakras Part 4: The Heart

Exploring The Chakras Part 4: The Heart

The fourth chakra is known as Anahata in Sanskrit, which loosely translates to “unstruck”, the concept of being unhurt or unbroken. And this beautiful notion is a great thing to keep in mind while working with your heart.

Exploring The Chakras Part 2: The Sacral

Exploring The Chakras Part 2: The Sacral

The sacral chakra is where we tap in to our primal desire for passion and self-expression, and when it is open and healthy, we experience balanced emotional expression, healthy relationship dynamics, and feel sexually empowered and fulfilled.

Exploring the Chakras Part 1: The Root

Exploring the Chakras Part 1: The Root

The root forms our energetic base, and is related to our most primitive needs like food, shelter, security, and tribal association. Our first chakra is what we build upon as we grow up from infancy, and a solid root chakra is necessary for a balanced, grounded, and empowered life.

Settling In To The Sacred Stillness Of An Open Chakra

Settling In To The Sacred Stillness Of An Open Chakra

Your chakras are always spinning and churning energy, just like your computer is always humming away in the background. But what if you want to make a change in the way your energy system runs? You’ll probably have to reboot everything, right? That’s what we are attempting to do with this technique.