The Psychology of the Chakras
We've talked about the chakras before and many are already familiar with their function but today we're talking about the psychology of our chakras with Dr. Richard Jelusich. Richard is the author of Eye of the Lotus: Psychology fo the Chakras and he is a wealth of information on the topic!

In today's show we wander through the seven primary chakras as Richard helps us to understand the lower and higher aspects of each and how those aspects manifest in our lives.  Once you hear the descriptions of each, you might be able to identify your primary chakra and you'll most certainly have more tools to use to help you strengthen chakras in which you might be weak.

Dr. Jelusich has spent years studying, teaching, and lecturing, and he brings all of his wisdom to this fascinating topic! For more information about Richard and the work he does in the world today, in addition to his great books, please visit www.LightNews.org.

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