Chakra Work



Chakra is a Sanskrit word which means wheel. A chakra is a wheel-like spinning vortex, that whirls in a circular motion forming a cone in the center. Within our body we have many energy centers, including in our feet, hands. There are 7 major chakras connected to our organs & glands which work in symphony with other body parts. Understanding the chakra system can help improve your own state of health and is an amazingly simple and affordable tool for well-being.

These “spinning wheels” draw-in information from our surroundings, coded information; a color vibration, ultra-violet ray, radio waves or another person’s aura.  Our chakras receive information from our environment as well as radiate out energy.

Every organ, gland and body system is connected to a chakra which each has it’s own color vibrational frequency. For example, the heart chakra governs the thymus gland and it is also in charge of the functioning of the heart organ, lungs, bronchial system, lymph glands, secondary circulatory system, immune system as well as the arm and hands. The heart chakra resonates to the color green.

The seven main chakra centers are aligned along the spinal column. If there are disturbances on any level, this shows in the chakra’s vitality level. Also each of the seven main chakras is their own intelligence center. This means that each chakra is not only associated with our physical health but also controls aspects connected to our emotional, mental and belief system.

images-1To help balance a chakra–whether on an emotional, intellectual, physical or spiritual level–we need to bring in the chakra (color) vibration, which resonates at the same frequency.  In the study of the anatomy of the aura it is important to understand the significance of the chakra system and the language of colors expressed in the aura. The aura is made up of layers that correlate with each of the 7 chakras.

When one part of a chakra center is out of sync it can eventually effect its other parts and possibly its neighboring chakra. When a chakra center is out of balance it generally means that it is over-active or under-active, or possibly congested or blocked. If this happens it is usually felt on a mental, emotional or physical level.



  • Learn to read your own and others chakras

  • Basics of psychic self care

  • How to nourish your chakras and expand your sense of vitally health

  • Develop a phat tool kit for dealing with anxiety, depression, energy levels and focus

  • Disconnect from people and patterns that no longer serve to create your highest joy and health

  • Increase your performance in singing, talking, exercise, meditation, intimacy, communication etc.