November 5, 2019
Dr. Amy Banter, Linda Banter, Kim Carlson, & Eric Banter are back to expand on what the chakras are and why knowing how they work could help someone to live optimally.
The group breaks down each of the seven main chakras in the body: muladhara, svadhisthana, manipura, anahata, vishuddha, ajna, sahaswara.
They start with muladhara located at the base of the spine, which is our center of survival. When out of balance on one side we might feel fear filled or concerned that we don’t have enough money to survive and on the other side might have greed and might look at the abundance that we have as power.
Linda shares that if we want to find balance we have to be consciously aware of our current state, and once aware begin a journey toward balance. It is believed that if we stay out of balance that with time this could lead to disease in the body or mind.
The second chakra is svadhisthana is associated with the reproductive organs and creativity. When out of balance on one side one might experience low libido, sexual disfunction on the other side over emotional and take everything personal.
The third chakra is manipura is associate with power and purpose. When out of balance on one side we have people that can’t associate with themselves and on the other side power hungry.
The group shares that our media plays into the first three chakras to keep us in-tune. The consist of material adds, sexual exploitation, and highlighting people of influence. When we find balance in the first three chakras our energy is not consumed and therefore wants to move upward toward our fourth chakra.
The fourth chakra is anahata our heart center and the beginning of our evolution to want to love and to serve. When out of balance on one side we might have a lack of empathy towards others and on the other side jealousy.
The fifth chakra is vishuddha our center of communication. When out of balance on one side might not be a good listener and on the other we might be using harsh words.
The six chakra is ajna our center of intuition. When out of balance on one side we might be delusional and on the other obsessive.
The seventh chakra is sahaswara our center of wisdom. This is our opportunity to tune into our Creator. When out of balance on one side we see depression, brain fog and on the other we would might think it is my way or the highway.
When we put energy into balancing our chakras we are actually putting energy into growing spiritually.
The group discusses that optimal living is realized when one is conscious for how to place balance in their chakras, and that this is what the OPT2LIV coaches are trained to do.
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