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Planet Earth’s Chakras

October 15, 2014

I’ve decided to occasionally rerun some older posts, and this one has long been one of the most popular posts here. As I head out for some time in nature myself, it felt like a wonderful time to revisit this. I hope you agree, and feel free to share your own thoughts on the earth’s energy hotposts…

Mommy Mystic

I wanted to connect with something fun this week, so decided to connect two of my favorite themes – chakras and nature – and do a post on the earth’s chakras, and specifically, potential locations.

For those that resist the idea of chakras, in the human body or the earth, think of it this way: Chakras are simply energy vortexes or intersection points, which we know exist in some form in virtually every structural and energetic system. Think joints in the skeletel system, or glands in the endocrine/hormonal system. Chakras are the energetic version of these intersections, and each one conducts a different type of energy. Electromagnetic research is starting to be able to detect these intersections – in both humans and the planet.

Another model I like for thinking about chakras is as a doorway for awareness. Whether you are meditating on your own chakras, or traveling…

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. suzanne o'meara permalink
    October 16, 2014 8:51 am

    interesting & compassionate -thank-you.

  2. October 31, 2014 11:59 am

    Chakras is one of my favorite topic also. I believe in chakras and really want to read about it. Thanks a lot for choosing my favorite topic to discuss.

  3. November 3, 2014 8:50 pm

    Very good post. I really enjoyed it. Hugs, Barbara

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