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Saturday, August 19, 2017


by Angel-Light Love of Texas
Spiritual & Metaphysical Healing/Wellbeing Facilitator
August 19, 2017 on ♥Angel-Light Beamer♥

First we’ll include some definitions of the word “chakra.” 

http://www.chopra.com/articles/what-is-a-chakra:  The Sanskrit word Chakra literally translates to wheel or disk. In yoga, meditation, and Ayurveda, this term refers to wheels of energy throughout the body.

http://www.chakras.info/. Let's start with a brief definition. What is a chakra? A chakra  is a center of energy. Originating from Sanskrit, it literally means “wheel” by association with its function as a vortex of spinning energy interacting with various physiological and neurological systems in the body. Chakras are energy centers within the human body that help to regulate all its processes, from organ function to the immune system and emotions [emphasis added].

http://www.mysticfamiliar.com/library/l_chakras.htm: The word Chakra comes from an ancient Indian language known as Sanskrit, chakra means vortex, spinning wheel or circle. Chakras are the major centres of spiritual power in the human body and are circles of energy which balance, store and distribute the energies of life all through our physical body along the subtle body. The subtle body is the non physical body or otherwise known as our soul or spirit, which overlays our physical body. The belief in chakras started in India, and is utilized in Ayurvedic medicine, the earliest records of Ayurvedic dates from around 2500 B.C. The word Ayurvedic comes from two Indian words Ayur meaning life and Veda meaning knowledge. Ayurvedic or life knowledge medicine may be interpreted as knowledge on how to lead a healthy life. Ayurvedic medicine observes illness as unevenness in the body, which may be treated with a mixture of meditation, physical exercise and herbal treatments. If you could imagine chakras as circles of energy, flowing all the way through our body these circles of energy assist in the running of our body, mind and soul. If a chakra is not performing correctly, this could cause our physical health, mental health and our spiritual selves to suffer. Although there are hundreds of chakras in our body we will only introduce the seven major chakras below. These chakras start at the base of the spine and move upwards to the last one at the crown of the head. They coincide with the positions along the spinal cord of the major nerve ganglia in our physical body.

There has been much discussion during the last couple of years about the pros and cons of removing the energy centers/chakras of our energy bodies.  In recent days, www.in5d.com, has shared two articles specifically written for the site by Anastacia of Australia, titled “Why You Should Not Remove Your Chakras” (http://in5d.com/not-remove-chakras/) and “Comments on Chakra Removal” (http://in5d.com/comments-removing-chakras/). 

Gregg Prescott, M.S., Editor of www.in5d.com added an addendum to the comments as follows:  I completely agree that we should not remove our chakras.  George Kavassilas is a big proponent of chakra removal and while I find George fascinating, I don’t agree with his stance.  There are other people who have claimed to remove their chakras but I seriously doubt it.  One woman in particular says she removed hers, but I can still see her aura, which tells me she’s full of hot air. There’s a reason WHY our chakras are called ENERGY CENTERS. They can help us see which areas need attending to when one or more is off.  I think if it truly is possible to remove them, it would be a huge mistake that could quite possibly be irreparable.

After reading both articles and Gregg’s Addendum, I commented:  As a Spiritual & Metaphysical Healing/Wellbeing Facilitator of 25+ years, I agree with your thoughts at the end of this, Gregg. There are people who claim to have removed their chakras or had them removed when that isn't the case. I'm willing to admit, however, that perhaps they were removed at one level or two levels and not all levels. It seems more likely that they have closed their chakras majorly and/or deactivated them (and there are degrees of activation). Closing chakras for longer than a few minutes isn't healthy, and I don't recommend closing them at all--except for the solar plexus, sacral center, and root/base chakra.

I’ll add here: When facilitating wellbeing for others, our (Angel-Light Team) goal is optimal activation of the chakras (not maximum activation) because the degree of activation that is best for one person may not be best for another person, and there may be conditions of the body that require some chakras of an individual to be activated more or less than other of the chakras.  Each person is different with different needs, and there needs to be flexibility of healers when facilitating wellbeing for others—not rigidness of method and expectations.

And that reminds me of something that happened about 1994.  I had a friend in the Dallas-Fort Worth holistic community who purchased the “business” of another healing facilitator (including textbooks for his/her method of healing with energy) who, if I remember correctly, was a senior citizen and retiring. My friend asked me many times to accept a complimentary healing energy session from him/her.  I declined until a time when I recognized that my friend was ready and open to what I had to tell him/her.  I accepted the session on the condition that, after getting started as his/her textbook suggested, my friend would surrender himself/herself to be a Divine instrument and ignore the instructions of the method and just place his/her hands where Divine guided them.  We reached an agreement.  After the session, my friend said he had never felt energy come through his hands more strongly (and he had given a lot of sessions by that time).  What’s more, the same thing happened when I referred a close friend who was visiting me from another state for a session. My point is that when healing facilitators diminish personal ego and invite Divine to “do the works,” the clearing/healing THROUGH the facilitator’s instrument is usually much better than what the facilitator can accomplish alone--assuming the facilitator’s channels, conduits, and circuits  are sufficiently free and clear (and that’s a subject for another article, several of which can be found on the Angel-Light Beamer).

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May all be well with you!  May there be plenty for you!

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