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Chakras are known as an energy force some would call coloured rings around us related to areas of men and women’s bodies. Word comes from Sanskrit meaning “wheel of light.”

Connected to our nerves, hormones, and emotions the chakras run parallel to our body’s neuroendocrine-immune system and link our physical and energy fields. Chakras transform coded emotional and spiritual data to our body; with our energy open or closed. This is accepted and recognized more in Eastern medicine practices, becoming more popular here.

First 3 Chakras:

1st Chakra energy is linked to our blood, hip joints, immune system, rectum and spine

- causing- allergies, arthritis, back problems, depression, foot problems, ear problems, eczema, fibromyalgia, healing problems, infections, rectal cancer, severe chronic pain, stress, shingles, scoliosis and skin problems

2nd Chakra is associated with money, sex and relationships, linked to our appendix, bladder, pelvic and reproductive organs including the cervix, ovaries, uterus, vagina and vulva

-causing - appendicitis, bladder and urinary tract infections, cervical or ovarian cancer, cramping, depression, digestive problems, dropped bladder or uterus, endometriosis, fertility problems, heavy periods, impotence, low sex drive and sperm count, pain, PMS, warts, yeast infections

3rd Chakra is related to illnesses that affect the esophagus, liver, stomach, pancreas, and bowel often brought on with addictive behaviours and insecurities

-causing -alcoholism, constipation, depression, diarrhea, diverticulitis, heart attacks, hernias, high blood pressure, insomnia, throat cancer, thyroid problems, sleep apnea, overweight and ulcers

The connection between the metaphysical energy in our body and how it affects our body mentally and physically is so connected. Many do not understand the connection and have mental illnesses and commit suicide as they cannot cope with pain, situations and life. I believe we need to look more into the healing and modalities of energy healing and Eastern medicine.

Resource: "Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom" Author: Dr. Christiane Northrup, M.D.

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