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The Key to Unlocking Your Energy Blueprint of Self-Worth – Part Two

Basically, I use a light trance state and directed hand movements over the area of the Solar Plexus and Sacral Chakras, paired with positive affirmations, which address the leading issues with the person’s self-esteem (or lack thereof). For example, “I am a powerful and creative goddess, I create positive thoughts about my life, and others listen to what I have to say.” I instruct the individual to rotate their right hand in a clockwise manner, about 2” to 3” above their body, over an area centered on their navel. This activates the primary energies of both the Solar Plexus and Sacral Chakras and assists in balancing them. Using the Aura/Chakra imaging system, I have seen some dramatic and positive shifts occur using this method. I instruct the person to use these hand movements & affirmation throughout their day, especially when that self-doubting pit returns to their gut! Repetition of this movement, paired with affirmations, build and reinforce the positive, resourceful, attributes of these two Chakras.

Chakra Mudras To the Western mind, a mudra is regarded as a specific hand and finger position, often coupled with the practice of various forms of yoga. In ancient Hindu writings, a mudra is considered a “seal” – in other words, it confirms and completes, such as a seal is affixed to the back of an envelop when the contents are inserted and the flap is closed down. When you “seal” a deal, the cycle, or circuit, is complete. Gertrud Hirschi, in her book Mudras-Yoga in Your Hands, uses the metaphor of a lock to explain mudras as something that conceals that which is unknown. The paradox is that this lock also contains the key to unlock those mysteries. The hands play an important role in communicating our thoughts, feelings, and intentions. Compared to other parts of the body, the human hand has a relatively large representation in both the sensory (~ 25%) and motor (~30%) sections of the brain’s cerebral cortex. Your hands can perceive and process volumes of information to and from the brain, as well as the myriad of thoughts and feelings emanating from the brain’s activities. The sages of Eastern thought were probably aware of this connection, i.e. how specific hand postures could regulate your thoughts and feelings. Just as a healthy body laugh produces “feel good” endorphins, so a mudra stimulates “feel good” energy. So, how do specific hand and finger positions affect your Chakras? There are three major aspects of your body’s energy system: 1) Biofield: Traditionally referred to as the aura, which is generated by -> 2) Centers: The Chakras, which regulate the flow of chi, or energy through the -> 3) Pathways: the Meridians All of the energy meridians that flow throughout your body also run through your hands and fingers. According to the principles of Hand Reflexology, your hands and fingers are microcosms of your body. When you form a specific mudra with your hands and fingers, you, in essence, are activating circuitry that connects you with the wisdom of that Chakra. You are holding your hands in a posture that expresses confidence, balance, and other positive emotions associated with a Chakra. A mudra can also be thought of as an “anchor” that captures a desired state. When presenting positive affirmations, and the individual is in the desired state, I instruct them in how to position their fingers for the Solar Plexus Chakra Mudra: With each hand, place the tip of the thumb on the tip of the index and the ring fingers. Depending on the situation, I often demonstrate how to do this at the beginning of the session. They are instructed that, every time they want to have “this feeling of inner power and wisdom”, “this experience of self-worth”, “this image of personal power”, “listening to personal wisdom”, etc. they form the mudra associated with the Solar Plexus Chakra. Not only is this a great anchor, it also reconnects their inner wisdom with their energetic blueprint!

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