What are Chakras
Chakras are swirling vortexes of psycho-neuro-endocrine (PNE) bio-electric energy located along our anterior and posterior midline. It’s easier to just call these energy centers chakras! The chakras are part of Ayurveda Medicine, from India. Traditional Chinese Medical and Ayurvedic Medical systems have much overlap, and work together in harmony. The chakras correlate to major acupuncture points along the midline of the body. Both systems help stimulate, move or clear blockages of negative energy.
The chakra energy centers are responsible for carrying or releasing stored memories, emotional or physical trauma.
There are 7 main chakras and 21 minor chakras (if we include the eyes and scapula there are 25). The chakras are the root, sacral, solar, heart, throat, brow, and crown. The minor chakras are bilateral consisting of the feet, hands, elbows, knees, groin-gonads, clavicles, intercostals, ears-jaw, shoulders, navel, and one spleen chakra found only on the left side below the rib cage. Some sources consider the eyes and scapula to be minor chakras as well.
Chakras Regulate Hormones, Glands, Thoughts and Feelings
Each of the main 7 chakras are associated with one of the nine endocrine glands, a group of nerves called a plexus, and a band of connective tissue called fascia. From these, Neuropeptides are released in response to our thoughts and feelings. Thoughts and emotions of anger, joy, worry, grief, or fear have their own identifiable frequencies. That’s how your body knows which neuropeptide to release.
Whether pain or disease stems from an emotional or spiritual disharmony or not, both physical or emotional trauma as well as behavioral or mental habits are stored in our musculature, and connective tissue called fascia, creating tension, blocking circulation, which can lead to pain or disease. Sometimes it’s a direct connection from acute assault to the body or it develops over time.
Some people define this as stress, which is a physical, chemical or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension. Stress can come from external physical trauma, overloading, repetitive strain, poor posture, contracted and inflexible muscles, lack of physical exertion, inflammation from poor diet, nutritional deficiencies, infections from bacteria, viruses, yeast, or fungi. There is also the mental aspect of overthinking, worry, anger, sadness, fear, negative outlook, and emotional imbalances.
Restore Balance and Harmony to Your Chakras
Our chakras can become congested, over-stimulated or uncoordinated. Restoring balance to your chakras helps with stress, emotional-wellbeing, pain and disease.
We use forms of vibrational medicine to harmonize and decongest the chakra-meridian systems. Chakra-Meridian balancing has beneficial effects on the autonomic nervous system and internal Organs (as understood by Chinese Medicine).