Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen – Distance Symbol

Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

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(Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen is pronounced as: “Hon-Sha-Zee-Show-Nen”)
The symbol has a general meaning of: “No past, no present, no future” or it can have the meaning of “The Buddha in me contacts the Buddha in you”.

The Distance symbol can, as its name implies, be used to send energies over a distance. Time and distance is no problem when using this Reiki symbol. Many practitioners consider Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen as the most useful and powerful symbol. The use of the symbol gives access to the “Akashic Records”, the life records of each soul and can therefore be used in karmic healing. Trauma and other experiences from this life, previous or parallel lives that affect and mirror peoples’ behaviors can be brought to light and released.

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How to Send Distance Healing Reiki Using Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen

There are many ways to send Reiki, and different Masters might use different techniques. A lot of practitioners learn one technique, which they then tweak and personalize it to suite their style. The steps below describe one technique which many people find effective.

Step 1: Activate the power symbol.

Step 2: Write the name of the recipient or the situation you are sending energy to on a piece of paper and hold the paper in between your hands.

Step 3: Draw the symbol Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen in the air above the paper and repeat its name three times.

Step 4: Repeat the name of the recipient or the situation.Draw the power symbol.

Step 5: Allow Reiki to flow to the recipient for the greatest and highest good.

Step 6: Finish the Reiki session by either clapping your hands or shaking them vigorously in order to cut the connection.

An alternative way of distant healing is to either use their photograph or use a proxy ( a soft toy or any object) instead of writing their name on a piece of paper.

Benefits of Distance Healing

One of the greatest benefits of receiving Reiki energy through Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen is the fact that it allows you to receive positive energy just anywhere and everywhere in a quick and easy manner. To receive distant healing treatment, you do not have to spend extra time or go anywhere to receive Reiki treatment.

Distance healing treatment also proves to be a perfect tool for all those people who find it uncomfortable to receive hands on Reiki treatment.  Reiki distance healing symbol can be used regularly to help keep your mind, body and spirit in harmon. However, it is important to remember that one of the most significant things in distant healing is the intention of the Reiki practitioner. Thus, formulating the intentions carefully and using the Reiki distance healing symbol to transmit energies only for the highest good, whatever that is and whether it is known to us or not, can go a long way in producing positive results.

In doing distance healing be open! Do not focus your efforts on healing a specific problem like a headache. Send the Reiki energies without limitation as they will go where they are best needed. When doing distance healing the energies will work on the receiver’s subtile body, the Chakras and the Aura, and not as much on the physical level (i.e. it can take some time before the energies seep down to the body and eases for instance pain).

The person you are sending Reiki to is likely to feel it happening. If he/she has an open mind he/she can usually tell what you have done and when you have done it.
Distance healing does not take nearly as long as a hands-on treatment. You actually only need a few minutes to send distance healing. You can even set up a Reiki distance healing to automatically repeat sending energies to a person. If you want to do this I recommend that you put a time limit on the repeat (as it otherwise might continue forever) and also to renew and empower the distance healing every other day. Remember it is your intention that guides what happens!

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Dai Ko Myo – Master Symbol

The Dai Ko Myo in Usui Reiki is known as the “Master” symbol. It is one of the most powerful symbols in Reiki that can be used only by Reiki Masters. The power of the Reiki Master symbol combines the power of the first three symbols, Cho Ku Rei, Sei He Ki and Hon Sha Ze Sho Nen.

The Dai Ko Myo is the symbol with the highest vibration and is therefore most transformative at the spiritual level. Using this symbol helps enhance the healing of the soul as the energies are sent to the more subtle layers of the aura and upper chakras.

When the spiritual soul is healed, the mental and physical get healed automatically.
The Dai Ko Myo symbol also helps heal our karma. Also known as “all purpose healing” symbol and “empowerment” symbol, this Reiki symbol represents all that is Reiki, including personal empowerment and love.

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What does Dai Ko Myo mean?
When the individual symbols of the Reiki mater symbol are translated, it symbolizes the energy it carries. While “Dai” means great or big and “Ko” means smooth or glossy, the word “Myo” means bright light. The Dai Ko Myo basically means “Great Enlightenment” or “Bright Shining Light”. This Reiki symbol represents inner knowledge, truth and enlightenment.

 

The Dai Ko Myo symbol reconnects us to the divinity that is inherit within all and helps us heal ourselves and others. Once attuned to the symbol, it is highly recommended that you use the symbol with all your Reiki works. This will allow your energy to receive an extra boost and help you draw strong energy constantly through your energetic system.

 

Methods to activating the Dai Ko Myo symbol

The symbol can be activated in many ways, including but not limited to:

Drawing it with your palm centre
Drawing it with your third eye
Spelling the name of the symbol three times

By visualizing it
Drawing the symbol with your finger

 

Where to apply Dai Ko Myo symbol during healing?
Using the Reiki master symbol enhances the healing effects of every form of Reiki healing. The symbol is usually used with every Reiki healing whether individual or group, hands-on or distant or when aimed at an individual, thing or situation.

To apply the symbol during a Reiki healing session, first draw the Reiki symbol on your own palms or hands and then visualize or redraw the symbol on the crown chakra and the palms or hands of the client and the area to be treated.

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What is it Used For?
Used by Reiki masters to open channels during Reiki attunement and attune those who want to become Reiki practitioners.

Helps enhance the connection between the practitioner and universal energies and helps heal the soul.

Heals the chakras, the aura and any disease that initiates from our subconscious beliefs.
Deals with our spiritual self, using it helps heal illness and disease from its original source.

Helps provide enlightenment and become more psychic and intuitive.

Can be used in all Reiki healings to bring in a purer and higher dimension of light.

Can also be used to draw out negative energy from the body (physical emotional, mental or spiritual) and then liberate it.

Helps develop and strengthen personal growth, self awareness, spiritual development and intuition.

Using this symbol with the other Reiki symbols helps increase the effectiveness. For examples, using Dai Ko Myo with the distant healing symbol helps the energy to quickly travel from the heart chakra of the healer to the heart chakra of the receiver.

Can be used to charge, clear crystals or make them self healing.

Can be used to enhance the healing properties of herb tinctures, medicines or homeopathic remedies.

Benefits of Meditating on Dai Ko Myo symbol
Accepting Dai Ko Myo through meditation encourages you to help others by helping yourself and direct your life specifically towards this purpose. Meditating on the symbol not only allows self purification and self cleansing at a spiritual level, but also helps create more harmony and balance in your daily life. It brings “light” in your life and helps eliminate blockages at all physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels, present, past and future.

Dai Ko Myo is one of the most sacred Reiki symbols. The primary purpose of using this symbol is empowerment, enlightenment, unity and wakening of the soul. It is a bright shining light which nourishes and fills, shows the way and rests the spirit. It helps nurture your physical body and soul and also encourages you to do the same for others. With practice, using Dai Ko Myo can bring profound changes in life and make you a better person.

What we take for Granted can be taken away at any time.

I cant even imagine a day without electricity, its something we are all just used to and take for granted.  My shower in the morning, hairdryer, quick use of the straighteners, kettle on, get milk out fridge, catch up on my fave Netflix programmes, lights and well just about every minute of every day uses electricity.

When Hurricane Mariah Hit Puerto Rico, I just couldn’t imagine how they were coping, but the day the electricity came back on in the school below is just something to be shared.   How happy all these people are for getting back something which we all take for granted.

 

 

 

Pig brings lunch to his brother

I have been a vegetarian since I was about 10 years old. I just never really got the whole meat thing, never seemed right to me.  I am not a preachy veggie just a lover of animals and this next clip shows that animals not only feel pain but compassion for others too.  Animals no matter whether we class them as pets or meat are all the same, they all have feelings

Pig Brings Lunch To His Brother Who Has Trouble Walking

The Gentle Barn Tennessee shared this heartwarming video of a pig bringing lunch to his brother who can’t walk at the moment.

“When we take hay out to the pigs pasture the first thing Henry does is take some to his brother, Horton, who is not as mobile,” they wrote on Facebook. “Sharing food is true love, and Henry is the best guy!”

That’ll do pig. That’ll do.

 

 

Cat that Loves Cuddles.

So I am more of a dog person but I love all animals but after seeing this video I WANT A CAT….This is just the most adorable thing I have seen, cuddles from a beautiful little cat.

I am so jealous as I have a little doggie who I love very much but she just doesn’t like cuddles, its actually amusing at how awkward her eyes looks when I’m hanging off her for an extra long cuddle/headlock…  AWKS..

Cat That Loves Being Held Finds Forever Home After Video Goes Viral

 

Going above and Beyond – Extra Mile

 

Police Officer Visits 93-Year-Old Who Was Burglarized, Plays His Favorite Piano Piece For Him

A police officer in the U.K. is being praised online for going above the call of duty when he serenaded a 93-year-old man with a private piano recital during a home visit after a burglary.

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Two Nottinghamshire officers visited the elderly man’s home in Mansfield to check on him after a burglary. One of the officers noticed a piano in the living room, with a piece of Chopin music open on its stand – the man’s favorite song.

“I told him it was my late grandma’s favourite too! I said I could play, so he invited me to play for him, which I did. It made his day, as you can see in the video you can see how much he appreciated it,” the officer wrote on Facebook.

The officer added that he achieved great “job satisfaction” after dropping in and sharing stories with the man.

“Following a theft revisit today for a ninety three year old gentleman, it truly made me feel good about myself and the job I do. He felt wanted and reassured. He was really pleased that we had checked in on him to see that he was ok. He shared stories about him ‘getting his wings’, being a pilot, the war and sadly the loss of his beloved wife on Christmas Eve a few years ago.”

 

After reading this it just makes me want to go out and do something kind for someone.  I am going to start my random acts of kindness again.

I try not to read the News, I know to a lot of people that sounds quite ignorant but I find that its all bad news and really effects me in a negative way.  So in order to raise my vibration I am sitting here reading all these beautiful stories from around the world which shows humans compassion to one another and of course my favourite, the good old soppy animal stories that cant help but lift your spirits.

Here is the story of the Therapy dog….Ahhhhhhhhhh

 

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Therapy Dog Stuck In Traffic Jam Helps A Man Who Desperately Needed A Hug
January 31, 2018

Sherman is a 4-year-old, 230 pound Old English Mastiff who lives with his family in Longview, Washington. He’s also a therapy dog who loves to visit with anyone who could use a smile or is in need of having their spirits lifted.
Sherman focuses most of his time volunteering through pet therapy by hanging out nursing homes (mostly to flirt with the pretty ladies), rehab facilities, and spending time with hospice patients and their families.
Sherman also likes to visit elementary schools each spring to teach the little ones about dog safety.
Recently, Sherman changed a stranger’s day when a man spotted his “big ol’ head” hanging out of the car window in a traffic jam. Sherman’s owner, Sherry McAllister, shared the touching story on Facebook.

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“We were stuck in a huge traffic jam for about 15 minutes, without moving, when my phone rang. Since we obviously weren’t going anywhere, I answered. On the other end of the phone was a soft-spoken man who introduced himself as, Andy.”

“He explained he was a few cars back from us, and saw Sherman stick his big ol’ head out the window, so he called the number on our decal (we have a huge decal on three sides of the suburban with a picture of Sherman’s head, his name, and our contact number). He told us he had just returned home after a 3+ month stay in a nursing home facility. He was recovering from the most recent of multiple back surgeries.”

“It’s because of this stay in the nursing home and his failing health that he had to rehome his large breed dog. He is, sadly, unable to care for him any longer. This decision clearly broke his heart, as we could hear him choking up as he spoke. He asked if we could meet up sometime, so he could just pet Sherman. Of course, we told him we would love to set a time to meet up with him. He thanked us and we said our goodbyes, with a promise to set something up in the next few days.
As we sat there in traffic, I couldn’t get Andy’s sad voice out of my head. We decided to call him back and ask if he would like to turn off into the Wal-Mart parking lot to say, ‘Hello’ to Sherman real quick. We could hear his voice cracking over the phone when he said, ‘Yes!’.”

“When we met him in the parking lot, he slowly got out of his vehicle, using a cane. After proper introductions, we opened the side door of the suburban and told him he was welcome to sit inside the door, to visit with Sherman.”

“As soon as he sat down, Sherman came right over and started nuzzling into him. The tears started almost immediately… Andy sobbed into Sherman’s neck. Sherman just sat there, letting him hug him, hold him, and kiss him. It wasn’t long before we were all pretty teary-eyed, as he told Sherman all about his dog he had to let go.

You’re a good boy, Sherman.”xxx

Script for BodyScan Meditation

Guided Body Scan

This guided body scan meditation is intended to help you enter a very deep state of relaxation. It is best if you can manage to stay awake throughout the entire exercise. It’s important to remember to not try to relax. This will just create tension. What you’ll be doing instead is becoming aware of each passing moment and just accepting what is happening within you, seeing it as it is. Let go of the tendency of wanting things to be different from how they are now and allow things to be exactly as you find them. Just watch the activity of your mind, letting go of judgmental and critical thoughts when they arise, and just doing what the exercise guides you to do as best you can.
Lie down in a warm and private place, dressed in loose and comfortable clothing at a time when you will not be interrupted. Closing your eyes, and letting your arms lie alongside your body, your feet falling away from each other and slowly bringing your attention to the fact that you are breathing. Not trying to control your breath in any way but simply experiencing it as the air moves in and out of your body and noticing your abdomen and feeling the sensations there as your breath comes into your body and your abdomen gently expands. Then noticing your belly deflate as the breath comes out of your body. And following the rhythmic movement of each breath…the rising of your belly on the inbreath and on each outbreath just letting go, letting your body become heavy as it sinks a little bit deeper into relaxation. Just bringing full attention to each breath in each moment.
Now bringing your attention to your feet, becoming aware of whatever sensations are there. If you are registering a blank as you tune in, then just experiencing nothing. And as you breathe in, imagine your breath moving all the way down to your feet and then when you reach your feet, begin your outbreath and let it move all the way up your body and out your nose. So that you’re breathing in from your nose and breathing out from your feet. And when you are ready, letting your feet dissolve in your mind’s eye. Become aware of the shins and calf muscles and the sensations in the lower legs, not just on the surface but right down into the bones, experiencing and accepting what you feel here and breathing into it, then breathing out from it. Then letting go of your lower legs as you relax into the bed or mat. And moving now into the thighs and if there’s any tension just noticing that. Breathing into and out from the thighs. Then letting your thighs dissolve and relax.
Shift your attention to your pelvis now. From one hip to the other. Noticing your buttocks in contact with the bed or the mat. And the sensations of contact and of weight. Becoming aware of the region of the genitals. And whatever sensations or lack of sensations you are experiencing. And directing your breath down into your pelvis, breathing with the entirety of your pelvis. And as you breath out, moving the breath back up through your body and out your nose, letting your pelvis soften and release all tension as you sink even deeper into a state of relaxed awareness and stillness. Totally present in each moment. Content to just be, and to just be right here as you are right now. Direct your attention now to your lower back. And just experiencing your back as it is. Letting your breath penetrate and move into every part of your lower back on the in-breath. And on the out-breath, just letting any tension, any tightness, any holding on just flow out as much as it will. And then letting go of your lower back. And moving up into your upper back now. Just feeling the sensations in your upper back. You may even feel your ribcage, in back as well as in front, expand on the in-breath. And any tightness, fatigue or discomfort in this part of your body, just letting them dissolve and move out with the outbreath as you let go and sink even deeper into stillness and relaxation.
And now shifting your attention to your belly again and experiencing the rising and falling of your belly as you breathe. Feeling the movements of your diaphragm, that umbrella-like muscle that separates your belly from your chest. And experiencing the chest as it expands on the in-breath and deflates on the out-breath. And if you can, tune into the rhythmic beating of your heart within your chest. Feeling it if you can. As well as the lungs expanding on either side of your heart. Just experiencing your chest, your belly, as you lie here…the muscles on the chest wall, the breasts, the entirety of the front of your body. And now just letting this region dissolve into relaxation as well.
Moving your attention now to your fingertips and to both hands together, just becoming aware of the sensations now in the tips of your fingers and thumbs where you may feel some pulsations from the blood flow, a dampness or a warmth or whatever you feel. Just feeling your fingers. And expand your awareness to include the palms of your hands and the backs of your hands and your wrists. And here again perhaps picking up the pulsations of the arteries in your wrists as the blood flows to and from your hands. And becoming aware as well of the forearms. And the elbows. Any and all sensations regardless of what they are. Allowing the field of your awareness to include now the upper arms. Right up to your shoulders. Just experiencing your shoulders and if there are any tensions, breathing into your shoulders and arms. And letting that tension dissolve as you breathe out. Letting go of the tension and letting go of your arms. All the way from your fingertips, right through to your shoulders. As you sink even deeper into a state of relaxed awareness. Just being present in each moment. Letting go of whatever thoughts come up or whatever impulses to move and just experiencing yourself in this moment.
And now focus your attention on your neck and throat and feel this part of your body, experiencing what it feels like perhaps when you swallow and when you breathe. And then letting it go. Letting it relax and dissolve in your mind’s eye. Becoming aware of your face now. Focusing on the jaw and the chin, just experiencing them as they are.
Becoming aware of your lips and your mouth. And becoming aware of your cheeks now…and your nose, feeling the breath as it moves in and out at the nostrils. And be aware of your eyes. And the entire region around your eyes and eyelids. And if there’s any tension, letting it leave as the breath leaves. And now the forehead, letting it soften to let go of stored emotions. And the temples. And if you sense any emotion associated with the tension or feelings in your face, just being aware of that. Breathing in and letting the face dissolve into relaxation and stillness. And now become aware of your ears, and back and top of your head. Now letting your whole face and head relax. For now, just letting it be as it is. Letting it be still and neutral. Relaxed and at peace.
Now letting your breath move through your entire body in whatever way feels natural for you. Through the entire length of your body. All of your muscles in a deep state of relaxation. And your mind simply aware of this energy, of this flow of breath. Experiencing your entire body breathing. Sinking deeper and deeper into a state of stillness and deep relaxation. Allow yourself to feel whole. In touch with your essential self in a realm of silence, of stillness, of peace. And seeing that this stillness is in itself healing. And allowing the world to be as it is beyond your personal fears and concerns. Beyond the tendencies of your mind to want everything to be a certain way. Seeing yourself as complete right now as you are. As totally awake right now.
As the exercise ends, bring your awareness back to your body again, feeling the whole of it. You may want to wiggle your toes and fingers. Allow this calmness and this centeredness to remain with you when you move. Congratulate yourself on having taken the time to nourish yourself in this way. And remember that this state of relaxation and clarity is accessible to you by simply paying attention to your breath in any moment, no matter what’s happening in your day. Let your breath be a source of constant strength and energy for you.
Reference: Mindfulness Meditation, CD Series 1, Jon Kabat-Zinn

Script for Guided Sitting Meditation

During my experience in a MBSR Group I was advised to read the books by Jon Kabat Zinn and I was so glad that I did.  Below is a guided sitting Meditation by the man himself.  You can also find him on youtube for free.

 

Guided Sitting Meditation
This guided sitting meditation will help you learn to simply be and to look within yourself with mindfulness and equanimity. Allow yourself to switch from the usual mode of doing to a mode of non-doing. Of simply being. As you allow your body to become still, bring your attention to the fact that you are breathing. And become aware of the movement of your breath as it comes into your body and as it leaves your body. Not manipulating the breath in any way or trying to change it. Simply being aware of it and of the feelings associated with breathing. And observing the breath deep down in your belly. Feeling the abdomen as it expands gently on the inbreath, and as it falls back towards your spine on the outbreath. Being totally here in each moment with each breath. Not trying to do anything, not trying to get any place, simply being with your breath.
You will find that from time to time your mind will wander off into thoughts, fantasies, anticipations of the future or the past, worrying, memories, whatever. When you notice that your attention is no longer here and no longer with your breathing, and without judging yourself, bring your attention back to your breathing and ride the waves of your breathing, fully conscious of the duration of each breath from moment to moment. Every time you find your mind wandering off the breath, gently bringing it back to the present, back to the moment-to-moment observing of the flow of your breathing. Using your breath to help you tune into a state of relaxed awareness and stillness.
Now as you observe your breathing, you may find from time to time that you are becoming aware of sensations in your body. As you maintain awareness of your breathing, see if it is possible to expand the field of your awareness so that it includes a sense of your body as a whole as you sit here. Feeling your body, from head to toe, and becoming aware of all the sensations in your body.
Being here with whatever feelings and sensations come up in any moment without judging them, without reacting to them, just being fully here, fully aware of whatever you’re experiencing. And again whenever you notice that your mind wandered off, just bringing it back to your breathing and your body as you sit here not going anywhere, not doing anything just simply being, simply sitting. Moment to moment, being fully present, fully with yourself.
Now as you sit here once again allowing the field of your awareness to expand. This time, expanding your awareness to include thoughts as they move through your mind. So letting your breathing and sense of your body be in the background and allowing the thinking process itself to be the focus of your awareness. And rather than following individual thoughts and getting involved in the content and going from one thought to the next, simply seeing each thought as it comes up in your mind as a thought and letting the thoughts just come and go as you sit and dwell in stillness, witnessing them and observing them. Whatever they are…just observing them as events in the field of your consciousness…as they come into your awareness and they linger and as they dissolve.
If you find yourself at any point drawn into this stream of thinking and you notice that you are no longer observing them, just coming back to observing them as events and using your breathing and the sense of your body to anchor you and stabilize you in the present.
The thoughts can take any form, they can have any content and they can be either neutral or very highly charged. If thoughts come up that have fear in them, then just be aware of fear being here and letting these thoughts come and go. The same for worries, preoccupations, and so on. Regardless of the feeling that a thought might create for you, just observing it as simply a thought and letting it be here without pursuing it or without rejecting it. Noticing that from moment to moment, new thoughts will come and go.
As the meditation ends, you might give yourself credit for having spent this time nourishing yourself in a deep way by dwelling in this state of non-doing, in this state of being. For having intentionally made time for yourself to simply be who you are. And as you move back into the world, allow the benefits of this practice to expand into every aspect of your life.
Reference: Mindfulness Meditation, CD Series 1, Jon Kabat-Zinn

Reiki Chakra and Essential Oils

FOR REIKI PRACTICIONERS

Essential Oils that can be used for each chakra at times when you feel a blockage over a particular area that needs some extra assistance

1. ROOT CHAKRA (MULADHARA)
ESSENTIAL OILS THAT HELP YOU TO CONNECT TO THE EARTH AND TO GROUND YOU, INCLUDE PATCHOULI AND VETIVER. ALSO ROSEWOOD. OTHER GOOD ESSENTIAL OILS FOR THIS CHAKRA ARE: LAVENDER, FRANKINCENSE, MYRRH, HELICHRYSUM, YLANG YLANG. COLLECTIVELY THESE OILS HELP WITH BALANCE AND HEAL ISSUES AROUND TRIBE, COMMUNITY OR FAMILY, THE SENSE OF NOT BELONGING, FRUSTRATION, RAGE AND BLOCKED PASSION. DEVELOP, NURTURE AND STABILIZE YOUR SENSE OF ABSOLUTE SAFETY AND WELL-BEING. RELATED PHYSICAL IMBALANCES MAY INCLUDE: SCIATICA, PROSTRATE, UTERINE, OVARIAN AND HEMORRHOID CONDITIONS.

2. SACRAL CHAKRA (SVADISTHANA)
APHRODISIAC OILS ARE APPROPRIATE HERE, WHICH INCLUDE SUCH AS JASMINE, NEROLI, ROSE OTTO, SANDALWOOD, YLANG YLANG, AND ALSO MARJORAM.
OTHER SUITABLE OILS FOR THIS CHAKRA INCLUDE: VETIVER, MYRRH, PATCHOULI, PETITIGRAIN, SWEET ORANGE, AND HELICHRYSUM.
STRENGTHEN YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM, HEAL ISSUES AROUND SELF ESTEEM, REJECTION AND VICTIMIZATION, TOXIC ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS (BOTH INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL), ANXIETY, FEAR AND WORRY. DIVORCE, LAWSUITS AND WARRING WITH YOURSELF AND OTHERS ARE COMMON MANIFESTATIONS OF AN IMBALANCED 2ND CHAKRA. RELATED PHYSICAL IMBALANCES MAY INCLUDE: LUMBAR TENSION, CHRONIC LOWER BACK PAIN, TOXIC AND INFECTIOUS CONDITIONS, KIDNEY AND BLADDER INFECTIONS, IMMUNE DISORDERS, CHRONIC FATIGUE, CANCER AND DIABETES.

3. SOLAR PLEXUS CHAKRA (MANIPURA)
A SUITABLE BLENDS FOR THIS CHAKRA WOULD INCLUDE JUNIPER (FOR CLEANSING), NEROLI, PETITGRAIN AND VETIVER.
OILS TO RELAX, BALANCE MOOD SWINGS, PROTECT THE SOLAR PLEXUS AND INCREASE CONFIDENCE SUCH AS BENZOIN, CHAMOMILE, CLARY SAGE, GERANIUM, JASMINE, JUNIPER, LAVENDER, LEMON, MANDARIN, MELISSA, PALMAROSA, SAGE (PROTECTS), YARROW (PROTECTS). ALSO CONSIDER ATLAS CEDARWOOK, MYRRH, HELICHRYSUM, YLANG YLANG AND SANDALWOOD.
COLLECTIVELY THESE WILL HELP BALANCE AND HEAL ISSUES AROUND STRESS, SELF ESTEEM, DESIRE, FRUSTRATION, FEAR, GUILT AND DOUBT. RELATED PHYSICAL IMBALANCES MAY INCLUDE: DIAPHRAGM, ADRENALS, KIDNEY, RESPIRATORY, HORMONAL & DIGESTIVE SYSTEMS, ULCERS AND GALLSTONES.

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4. HEART CHAKRA (ANAHATA)
OILS TO OPEN UP AND HEAL THE HEART INCLUDE  BERGAMOT, GERANIUM, JASMINE, LIME, MANDARIN,  NEROLI, ROSE, YLANG YLANG. OTHER SUITABLE OILS FOR THIS CHAKRA INCLUDE SWEET ORANGE, FRANKINCENSE, HIMALAYAN CEDARWOOD, HEILCHRYSUM AND VETIVER.

COLLECTIVELY THESE ESSENTIAL OILS CAN HELP YOU TO BALANCE AND HEAL EMOTIONAL ISSUES AROUND GRIEF AND LOSS, EMOTIONAL HEAVINESS, SADNESS, FEELINGS OF DESPAIR AND DEPRESSION OR ANGER TURNED INWARD, FEELINGS OF LACK, LOSS, LESS THAN, NEVER HAVING ENOUGH OR BEING GOOD ENOUGH OR NOT BEING QUITE UP TO THE TASK OF YOUR LIFE, OBSESSIVE/COMPULSIVE FEELINGS OF BEING UNLOVED.
RELATED PHYSICAL IMBALANCES MAY INCLUDE: STROKE, ANGINA, ARTHRITIS, HEART DISEASE, SHOULDER GIRDLE PAIN AND DISCOMFORT, ROTATOR CUFF INJURIES, TENDINITIS, CARPAL TUNNEL, ARM AND HAND PAIN, CHRONIC RESTRICTIONS IN THE UPPER BACK AND THORACIC AREA.
5. THROAT CHAKRA (VISUDDHA)
OILS TO ENHANCE COMMUNICATION AND CREATIVITY INCLUDE BLUE CHAMOMILE, BLACK PEPPER, EUCALYPTUS, GINGER, JASMINE, AND MYRRH.
ALSO CONSIDER HELICHRYSUM, FRANKINCENSE, LAVENDAR, YLANG YLANG,AND PETITGRAIN.
BALANCE AND HEAL ISSUES AROUND REPRESSION OF ONE’S THOUGHTS AND FEELINGS, NOT BEING ABLE, OR FEELING SAFE TO SPEAK YOUR TRUTH. RELATED PHYSICAL IMBALANCES MAY INCLUDE: HEADACHE, NECK TENSION/PAIN, RINGING EAR OR TINNITUS, THYROID CONDITIONS, FREQUENTLY CATCHING THE FLU OR COLDS, CHRONIC INFECTIONS, ALLERGIC REACTIONS, EYE PROBLEMS, RIGID ATTITUDES, FEARS AND VARIOUS PHOBIAS.

 

6. THIRD EYE CHAKRA (AJNA)
OILS TO STIMULATE INTUITION AND TO CLARIFY THE MIND SUCH AS BASIL, BLACK PEPPER, CARROT SEED, CLARY SAGE, FENNEL, GINGER, PEPPERMINT AND ROSEMARY. ALSO CONSIDER LAVENDER, NEROLI, PETITGRAIN, SPIKENARD, AND YLANG YLANG FOR THIS CHAKRA.
THESE ESSENTIAL OILS AID IN ACHIEVING BALANCE AND HELP HEAL OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE THOUGHTS AND EMOTIONS, RECURRING NIGHTMARES, REPETITIVE UNCONSCIOUS PATTERNS OF EXPERIENCE, INABILITY TO DISCERN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN FACT AND FANTASY, FEELING OF BEING ‘OUT OF CONTROL’, BLOCKS TO CREATIVITY, IMAGINATIVE DARKNESS AND INABILITY TO FOCUS AND MANIFEST YOUR DREAMS.
RELATED PHYSICAL IMBALANCES MAY INCLUDE: PITUITARY GLANDULAR DISORDERS AND KIDNEY DISEASE. AS THE PITUITARY GLAND OPERATES AS A MASTER GLAND, INFLUENCING THE HEALTHY FUNCTION OF OUR ENTIRE ENDOCRINE SYSTEM AND HORMONAL BALANCE, ITS HEALTHY FUNCTION IS OF PARAMOUNT IMPORTANCE.

7. CROWN CHAKRA (SAHASRARA)
OILS TO OPEN UP THE MIND TO SPIRITUAL LEVELS SUCH AS CEDARWOOD, FRANKINCENSE, LINDEN BLOSSOM, NEROLI, AND ROSEWOOD.
FURTHERMORE, THE ESSENTIALS OILS OF LAVENDAR, PETITGRAIN, SPIKENARD AND YLANG YLANG ARE ALSO OF USE HERE. THEY ARE TO HELP ISSUES AROUND MEMORY LOSS, BREAKDOWN OF MENTAL FACULTIES FOR ORGANIZING AND PERCEIVING MATERIAL REALITY, LOSS OF INSPIRATION; AND TO CREATE BALANCE IN THESE AREAS IN ONE’S LIFE.
RELATED PHYSICAL IMBALANCE, INCLUDE: PINEAL GLAND DISORDERS, DEPRESSIVE STATES OF MIND.

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