Chakras are such an easy and in-depth topic all in the same space. I will do my best to keep this post short, sweet and to the point. Very briefly, Chakras are energy centers in the body, as shown in the picture above. When your Chakras are balanced they all work together to keep you mentally, emotionally and physically healthy. When they are not functioning well, they can cause you problems of the same.
For example, see that green circle on the diagram? That's your Heart Chakra. Have you ever had a broken heart? If so, you may have left over residue/traumas that is causing your heart chakra to be under or overactive. Maybe it's causing you to seek bad relationships, lack self-love or to even be overly needy/demanding. In this case, it would need re-balancing/cleansing
Today, Stable Lifers, we are talking about the mythical unicorn...boundaries. How many time have you heard things like: "You have to set boundaries" or "That is just crossing the boundary". Here's the big question....What exactly are boundaries? Frequently, when clients are prompted to discuss their boundaries, many have difficulty verbalizing what boundaries they do or do not have. Most of the time this inability to explain is because they don't really know what boundaries are, nor what it takes to set boundaries.
We recently had a great group of women out for our women & horses boundaries Workshop. During the two-hour Workshop we explored, both educationally and through Pony games, what boundaries are and why they are so important in our lives, especially as women.
Many people often find themselves getting caught up in other's energy. Be it that your child had an emotional response to something, or you feel the tension of your stressed out boss, we have all found ourselves sucked into other's issues and energy. Have you ever talked on the phone with a friend who was going through a difficult time, only to feel agitated after you hung up? You absorbed your friend's negative emotions and energy and let if affect your state of mind/being.
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