luni, 31 august 2009

watch it

'Watch your thoughts, for they become words,
Watch your words, for they become actions,
Watch your actions, for they become habits,
Watch your habits, for they become character,
Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.'


miercuri, 26 august 2009

3rd. Chakra Solar Plexus signs of imbalance

The Solar Plexus Chakra 3rd.

The Solar Plexus Chakra, situated just below the sternum, is where we find the energy to turn the desire from the Sacral Chakra into action. It is our Will.
So, the desire could be seen as the fuel for the will, and the Fire in the Solar Plexus is the spark of life that ignites our Mental Will to Action.
This Chakra is known by the colour yellow, and is governed by Mercury. It spins faster than the lower chakras, but not as fast as those above it.
It represents our “get up and go”, our action, will, vitality and sense of personal power. Also, we now temper our desires (Sacral) and instincts (Base) with knowledge, making decisions that are put into action and combine the polarities of the mind and body.
This combination makes a greater whole and helps the personal power.
How often have you heard people say “My get up and go has got up and gone.”?
This is symptomatic of a malfunction of the Solar Plexus, as is being withdrawn, fear of taking risks, over seriousness and lack of energy.
At the other end of the scale is ‘bully’ behaviour, the need to be in control or to dominate, and self-centredness.
On the physical side, ulcers, diabetes and hypoglycaemia are indicative of dysfunction of the Solar Plexus Chakra.
Humour is a wonderful therapy for this Chakra, as is jogging and yelling!

luni, 24 august 2009

2nd. Chakra Sacral- signs of imbalance

The Sacral Chakra - sex, reproduction, creaticity

Situated just below the navel, the Sacral (Navel, also known as sex and Creativity) Chakra corresponds with bodily functions having to do with liquid: circulation, urinary elimination, sexuality and reproduction.
If we have our base survival needs met in the Base Chakra, we are more able to look at other aspects of life, and this creates desire, which gets us to move, to reach out, to grow and to change.
The colour of the Sacral Chakra is orange. It is ruled by the Moon, and is the centre of sexuality, emotions, nurturance, pleasure and creativity. It is slow in movement, but not as slow as the Base Charkra.
Malfunctions of the Sacral Chakra can be indicated by being overly ruled by our emotions with frequent and dramatic emotional episodes or on the other hand being flat, lifeless, dull and dry - two extremes which could be seen as polarities.
As with all polarities, when they balance each other, the relationship is healthy, and the person prospers but, when there are extremes of one or the other, problems can occur.
Imbalances of this Chakra can show in the physical body with uterine or bladder trouble or in some cases, impotence or frigidity.
Taking the centre line through the extremes of any situation is the best option and by using our natural creativity we can help ourselves maintain emotional balance.


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sâmbătă, 22 august 2009

1st Chakra - sings of imbalance

1. The Base Chakra (Root, 1st)
As the name suggests, the Base (Root, also knows as First or Primary) Chakra is situated around the base of the spine in the genital area and its’ energy extends downward, like roots, through the legs and feet to contact the solid earth below.It is the slowest moving Chakra, relating to our survival needs, and is therefore the foundation of the Chakra system in the body.

The colour associated is red, and thus represents the Martian energy needed to keep us alive.If these survival needs are met, the Base Chakra will function healthily, but if there is a perceived threat to this, (such as a difficult house move, job change, health problems, etc.) it can create an imbalance.
These imbalances can show themselves in various ways, from sleeplessness and the inability to relax, to obsession with money, possessions or health.
Eating is a basic Base Chakra activity, and so eating disorders often indicate imbalance, as do obesity, haemorrhoids and constipation.
To maintain balance, we need to be both stable and flexible, and very much in contact with our true survival needs, without becoming too obsessed by them.

marți, 11 august 2009

asking for help

...A small child was playing around his father who was sitting in the garden.
And the small child was trying to pull up a big rock.
It was too big and he could not do it. He tried hard. He was perspiring.
The father said, 'You are not using all your energies.'
The child said, 'Wrong. I am using all my energy. And I don't see what more I can do?'
The father said, 'You have not asked me to help. That too is your energy. I am sitting here and you have not asked me to help. You are not using all your energy...

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