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This will be a deep exploration and healing of your energetic anatomy. You will learn how to bring the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual into alignment. When your energy flows freely, you will feel an incredible sense of aliveness and joy. The group will become a sacred container for our healing work and transformation.
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The study of 7 chakras originates in Eastern spiritual traditions that consider the seven primary chakras the basis of our human existence. Similarly, today’s Western approaches place an emphasis on the seven chakras as representations of different aspects of our life and describe their function in various terms encompassing the psychological, physical, energetic and spiritual.
The Seven Chakras in the Human Body
The seven chakras are commonly associated with the following parts of the body:
• The first one to the perineum, in the coccyx area
• The second one to the lower belly, seen a few inches below the navel
• The third one to the solar plexus
• The fourth one to the center of the chest, slightly to the left of the physical heart
• The fifth one to the throat, at the carotid plexus
• The sixth one to the point between the eyebrows or “third eye”
• The seventh one to the top of the cranium
It’s important to remember that the location of the seven chakras varies slightly depending on the traditions or school of thoughts. Some may place the second one slightly to the left of the body, at the level of the spleen, while others will place it lower at the level of the gonads.
Even though the 7 chakras are associated with specific parts of the body, they are not “physical” entities per se, but belong to the realm of “subtle energy”. They can be described at the crossroad of the material and the immaterial, the biological and the spiritual, and pertain to the body, mind, and spirit all together.