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Balance the Third Eye Chakra – Trust Your Intuition



 The third eye chakra also known as Ajna is associated with intuition, imagination, openness, and wisdom. This energy center is located on the forehead between the eyebrows and its physical function is to regulate biorhythms and the pituitary gland. Having an unbalanced Ajna chakra makes us feel like we have no clarity in our path, we lack vision and objectiveness, we daydream and feel lost. On the other hand, if the Ajna chakra is balanced, we feel inspired, our creativity shows, we become more perceptive, intuitive, and are more willing to learn life lessons. The throat chakra is usually represented by the color indigo and the element of light.

How to balance the third eye chakra?

  • Since the pineal gland regulates sleep patterns, getting enough sleep is essential to have a balanced chakra (like I needed another reason to love my favorite activity of the day).
  • Eating berries full of antioxidants and green vegetables are great to nourish your body and balance this chakra
  • Meditation (try incorporating the Om sound) and look up some guided meditations if needed
  • Chamomile, lavender and rosemary are some great essential oils to get you back on track!
  • Some stones you can use are: iolite, lepidolite, and red tourmaline

Share wit us your favorite healing technique!

Stay true – Chantal

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Get Your Emotions in Check with The Sacral Chakra

Today I want to give continuity to the last wellness post in which I talked about the Root Chakra and move on to its neighbor, the second energetic point in the body called the Sacral Chakra. This is also called Svadhisthana and it derives from the Sanskrit words, “Swa” that means one’s own and “Adhisthana” that means seat. This is said to be the seat of emotions as it linked to your emotional responses as well as creativity, sensuality, pleasure, and reproductive functions.  People that have a balanced sacral chakra are often perceived as friendly, compassionate, emotionally stable, energetic, creative, and passionate (all great traits to have!).  

What happens if the sacral chakra is not balanced you ask?

If it is underactive, it can be linked to feelings of isolation, insecurities, low libido, fatigue, hypersensitivity, introversion, and lack of trust.

If it is overactive, it can be linked to emotional detachment of others, sex addiction, substance abuse, bipolarity, and eating disorders.

 Obviously, since this chakra is all about our emotions, it is a good idea to keep it balanced so we don’t have a complete emotional meltdown or engage in risky behaviors!    

Feeling on the verge of an emotional crisis?

There are several things you can do to balance your sacral chakra and it is a good idea to practice these on a regular basis in order to stay balanced:

  • Because this chakra is located in the lower abdomen, moving and stretching your hips is a great idea. You can try some yoga poses where you engage the hips or even try some belly dancing or merengue. Shakira’s got nothing on me! 😉  
  • Maintaining a healthy diet and incorporating exercise in your daily routine. Tip: incorporate ginger in your diet (i.e. in tea or shakes), this is a miracle root with many properties
  • Get a hobby that allows you to express yourself creatively
  • Speak to a counselor or spiritual guide. It is okay to seek help!
  • The sacral chakra is identified by the color orange; its opposite color is blue. If your chakra needs a little boost, surround yourself with the color orange; however, if the opposite is true, use the color blue
  • Meditation is a great practice to balance all your chakras. For the sacral chakra, utilize visualization, concentrating on your lower abdomen, breathing deeply, and imagining an orange light nourishing that energy point
  • Aromatherapy is also of great help. Some essential oils that work specifically for this chakra are: jasmine, orange, rose, sandalwood, and clary sage
  • Chakra stones that can be used for the healing of the sacral chakra are amber and orange carnelian

Remember, mental health and your inner well being are even more important than any outside beauty. Everything starts from within, take care of yourself starting from the inside and everything else will follow.

Stay true – Chantal

What is your favorite way to relax and take care of your inner self?