Fri, May 24, 2013
Your RelationshIp Energy Center
It's bright orange in color, and located within your abdomen, just below the navel.

It rules your relationships, sexuality, trusting your emotions, and the ability to establish close bonds in relationships - either with men or women.

It's your Sacral Chakra or energy center.

If you're feeling resentment, have poor relationship skills or have uterine, bladder, kidney, intestinal or lower back problems, this Chakra is likely out-of-balance.

The Sacral Chakra is the second in the line of the seven energy light centers that help keep your body in balance on all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spirtual. 

Getting the Sacral Chakra back in balance:
  1. Find a quiet place, and either sit or lie down
  2. Take three deep, slow breaths - in through your nose and out your mouth
  3. Rub your hands together briskly
  4. Keep your hands close together and slowly separate them to about 12 - 16 inches apart.
  5. Bring them back together slowly until you feel the energy between them
  6. Practice until you feel the energy between your hands
  7. Now take both your hands and place them on top of each other, and on your Sacral Chakra
  8. Imagine a bright orange light radiating into your abdomen.  Think of a fresh orange, a briliant sunrise, an orange marigold.
  9. As the color radiates into your Chakra, thank the Universe for the energy.
  10. Slowly release when done.

Next week we'll uncover your Personal Power Chakra - the Solar Plexus.

References

Healing Touch International

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