Chakras: 7 Minute Tune Up

Chakras... We all have them, but are yours open and clear? 

Most of us experience small blockages on a daily or weekly basis. Some of us experience blockages which have considerable longevity. If parts of your life are not in balance, your chakras will show it and aligning them daily will bring you back to balance. 

So... I've found this great, short chakra alignment video. It's here, on YouTube and is really good. Though I've found that the tones can be a bit off. So here's what you do: 

  • Wear ear buds (I believe it has solfeggio and isochronic tones.).
  • Find a comfortable place to sit.
  • Align your spine (stack the vertebrae).
  • Play through the video once (optional).
  • Watch the video as you sing along.
  • Try to hold the specific color in your mind as you are aligning each chakra.
  • Visualize the symbols as if they are each chakra (optional and more advanced).
  • Take a deep, lower lung, breath before singing each tone.
  • You will sing the tones with the guide on exhale.
  • If tones in the video do not cause you vibrations at each chakra... Play with each tone a bit, sing a scale around each tone. 
  • Once you feel a vibration (and/or heat) shooting from the chakra, you have hit the correct tone. And no, you will not miss it. lol

This is super powerful. You will feel it even if you aren't playing with the tones like I do. This alignment can be repeated as many times in a day that you feel it's necessary. And you can use it to center yourself whenever you're off kilter (balance). 

Chakras: 7 Minute Tune Up 

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