Chakra Series : Opening and Balancing the Third Eye

The third eye is known as ‘Ajna’ in Sanskrit. It is located between the eyebrows and when in balance, it sees clearly the inner and outer world & is what people would associate with clairvoyance and psychic abilities. Some people are born with this chakra open and as such have extrasensory abilities of different kinds….

Chakra Series : Unblocking the Throat Chakra & Expressing Your Truth

The Throat Chakra, known as “Vishuddha” (sanskrit for “pure/purification”), is of course located in the Throat. It is valve which, when open, allows the energy from the other chakras to flow. Like all other chakras, when out of balance, it can really play havoc with the other chakras. In addition when out of balance, the…

Chakra Series: Balancing the Heart Chakra

  Balancing the Heart Chakra The Heart Chakra is located in the centre of the chest. It is known in Sanskrit as Anahata. It governs our expression of love, our ability to give love and our ability to receive love. In addition, it can be related to self-love, altruism, respect, grief, forgiveness & compassion. The…

Chakra Series: Balancing the Solar Plexus

Chakra Series : Balancing Manipura (The Solar Plexus)   They say that, when in balance, the solar plexus is like a “lustrous gem” because it shines like the sun. When you experience grounded but great confidence, inner drive and autonomy then you are likely in a state of empowerment & harmony in this chakra. The…

Chakra Series: Balancing Your Sacral Chakra

Chakra Series – Svadhisthana (Sacral) Chakra The 2nd Chakra in Sanskrit is know as “Svadhishthana” which means “one’s own place”. Ruled by Water, the 2nd Chakra is inherently feminine/yin/shakti in quality and unlike the animalistic qualities of the root chakra, this chakra reflects the true and natural qualities of who you really are. The colour of…

Chakra Series: 10 Ways to Balance Your Root Chakra

How to Balance your Root Chakra Know as Muladhara in Sanskirt, the Root Chakra can be broken into two parts. “Mula” meaning “root” and “Adhara” meaning “support/base”. The Root Chakra lays the foundation for all the chakras above it, a bit like a pyramid, if this chakra is unstable and has a dodgy foundation, the…

5 Ways to Harness the Power of the Full Moon

It’s that time of the month again. No not that time. The other time where statistically, emergency services schedule more staff on call, there are more mental health admissions than any other time (lunatic – lunar) & on average we lose at least 1 hour of sleep time. Hanging in the sky like a beautiful…

Becoming Your Own Superhero: Overcoming Burnout and Exhaustion

We’ve all been there; you feel like you’ve ran a marathon, you’ve had unexplained illnesses for a while, you’re miserable, your sex drive is (wait what sex drive?), you’re cycle is messed up, you’re ratty and the thought of waking up and facing the day is just a bridge too far. Well, it’s better to…