Chakra balancing healing
In Sanskrit, the word “chakra” means “disk” or “wheel” and refers to the energy centers in your body. These wheels or disks of spinning energy each correspond to certain nerve bundles and major organs.
To function at their best, your chakras need to stay open, or balanced. If they get blocked, you may experience physical or emotional symptoms related to a particular chakra.
There are at least hundreds of chakras, large and small, in the human body, but most people only refer to the seven major chakras in the body. These seven chakras are located in the position of the seven major hormonal glands of the body and correspond to a large bundle of nerves (called the plexus), the roots of which are located in the energy axis (parallel to the spine) and are arranged from top to bottom.
Each of the seven chakras corresponds to a certain endocrine gland and nerve plexus, and each is responsible for maintaining the energy health of certain organs. The chakras regulate the flow of energy to and from the energy system. The human body and the energy body are mainly connected by three systems: the air chakra system, endocrine system, and nervous system.
The unimpeded flow of chakra energy is an indicator of human health. The more unimpeded the energy, the healthier the person will be. If the energy becomes clogged, frozen, or blocked, the person will become ill. As each chakra rotates, it emits a specific wave, producing a specific frequency, and experiencing this energy with the human five senses takes on a specific color and tone. The same vibrational frequency, for example, between 620 and 680 megahertz, looks blue to the human eye, sounds like a certain scale to the ear, smells like a certain smell to the nose, feels like a certain taste to the tongue, feels like a certain sensation to the body.
Chakras take in and give out energy. Just as we exchange air with the environment through our breath, chakras also exchange energy with the environment. If lungs and heart are the organs of the body and chakras are the organs of the energy body, for example, if lungs, diaphragm, nasal cavity, etc. are the breathing organs of the body, then the chakras are the breathing organs of the energy body. The energy absorbed by the chakras is distributed throughout the body after metabolism to nourish our physical and energy bodies.
Chakras are not only breathing organs, but also important sensory organs. Just like the skin is to the body, we can use chakras to sense the external world. But when we close the chakras, we cannot receive or absorb the energy of the universe, and the valuable information of the larger universe does not enter. However, closed chakras can still send energy outward, so one's energy can only come out. When the outside energy doesn't come in, it means you can't feel the outside energy, and all you can feel at this time is the energy sent out.
A person's physical, mental, and emotional health depends not only on the individual chakras but also on the overall performance. As a whole, some chakras are used too much and others too little and a person will not be able to express his full self.
To avoid the pain caused by trauma, everyone has developed a self-defense mode of energy, so there is a phenomenon of bias. Some chakras are used more and some chakras are used less, which becomes a habit over time, leading to the overall imbalance.
The Chakra balancing healing is the process of balancing the flow of energy of each chakra, through healing and the result is often a feeling of wellbeing, relaxation, centeredness as well as increased awareness of oneself. Balancing the chakras, through the hands with energy healing is what takes place here. It can be hands-on or off, to send healing to the chakras.