The Crown Chakra

The Crown Chakra

The crown is where our personal energy field becomes one with the universe, where we experience the oneness of all.  Whatever we understood intellectually and then intuitively now becomes complete comprehension.  With the six lower chakras we are able to control and influence whereas when the 7th chakra is open, we let things happen through us.  We’re in the flow, so to speak

Your Energy Tip of the Month: Ever try to think things through looking for an answer but intellectually you weren’t getting it?  But if you let your thoughts go for a couple of hours or overnight, the answer seems to show up effortlessly the next day?  That’s not unusual.  But it does show how often you do rely on your crown chakra for answers, without even knowing you’re doing it.  Imagine the calm you would derive if you were to consciously decide to just let go more often and let the answers to simply come to you.

Week 2: Breath

Assume the posture mentioned last week. Begin by counting to four as you breath in, hold (4), exhale (4), hold (4).  And repeat this process at least 5 times, morning and night.  It can be invigorating or calming depending on your state of mind.

Third Eye Chakra

Third Eye Chakra

The 6th chakra is known as the brow or third eye chakra as it is situated in the middle of the forehead. As you move up the chakras, the vibrations get finer and access to the unknown gets easier. This is where imagination lives. This is where we see without our eyes, and this is why meditation is important.

Ever get a hunch or a gut feeling to do something or to avoid a situation… but ignore the signs and then regret it later?  It’s happened to all of us, we don’t listen to a specific feeling or intuition and we end up paying for it in the end.

Your Energy Tip of the Month: I recommend that you direct your mind to connect with that particular feeling or “intuition” and act on it immediately. For example, don’t feel like going out tonight? To get in the habit of using your intuition ask yourself “Am I just avoiding it, or am I truly feeling like it’s not a good idea?”  Trust and go with the feeling. Don’t reason yourself into doing otherwise.

To access your imagination any time of the day, sit quietly and breathe into nothingness – which means no thoughts and eyes closed to the world. Focus on breathing in and out quietly listening to your heart beating. Let that which you’re imagining show up on its own without you forcing it. Simply breathe in and out in the quiet of your mind. The more you breathe in this way, the more

Videos: On Suicide

Three short videos clips have been created for Suicide Prevention Awareness Week by the Canadian Mental Heath Association. Please view. Video #1: Video shared from a survivor family member  Video #2: Video from Someone with suicidal thoughts  Video #3: Video from a professional