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Date: 2017-04-03 By: Cyndi Dale
The average person makes upwards of 35,000 decisions a day. That's a lot of brain power needed to decipher everything from what to eat for breakfast to how to handle a stressful situation. So, how can we use our own intuitive power to enhance those decisions? With our chakras! Here, Cyndi Dale, author of the new books Subtle Energy Techniques and Llewellyn's Little Book of Chakras, details how our twelve chakras can aid us thousands of times a day so that we can make our best decisions possible.
Date: 2017-02-06 By: Cyndi Dale
Money is not the root of all evil, as we now know, once spirituality takes ahold of us. But once we have divested ourselves of this thought, where do we go next? Two of our chakras, the sacral (orange) and the heart (green) chakras, can help us understand and manage the flow of abundance in our lives. In this article, Discover Your Master Chakra author Stephanie S. Larsen explains why...and how.
Date: 2016-02-22 By: Cyndi Dale
Chakras are everywhere. They are referenced in yoga and meditation. And, we know a lot about how chakras affect our lives. But how much do we know about the science of chakras? Cyndi Dale, author of the new Llewellyn's Complete Book of Chakras, explains how science explains our chakras.
Date: 2015-11-23 By: Cyndi Dale
If you've ever taken a yoga class—or studied the chakras—you've probably been told that you have seven chakras. And you do—sort of. The truth is that the number of chakras you might perceive, as well as ideas about their function, is based on cultural viewpoint. For instance, a few hundred years ago, many Hindu experts said there are six, not seven, chakras. Yet others counted dozens of chakras. And yet, most people in the West conclusively believe there are seven Hindu-based chakras. So which number of chakras is correct? Is there even a correct number? Cyndi Dale, author of the new Llewellyn's Complete Book of Chakras, explains.
Date: 2015-09-07 By: Anodea Judith PhD
Anodea Judith is well-known in the yoga community, along with her bestselling book Wheels of Life and her Illuminated Chakras DVD. Now she returns with her new book, Anodea Judith's Chakra Yoga. Discover how forty years of experience—both on and off the mat—influenced her path.
Date: 2011-07-21 By: Cyndi Dale
Envision a world in which exhaustion, overwork, heartbreak, illness, or even a down day could be solved as easily as we insert a battery into a toy. Imagine how many dreams would become reality, and wishes, celebrations, if a renewable source of energy really existed, battery-operated pack or not. Well there is a reservoir of personal power and it is available to each of us, especially if we know how to call, cultivate, and create with it. Author Cyndi Dale explains.
Date: 2009-08-31 By: Katalin Koda
As we develop along the path as healers and magical practitioners, we find that certain tools enhance our practice immeasurably. One of the most important aspects of good healing and magical work is to ground and center. Katalin Koda, author of The Sacred Path of Reiki, illustrates the Grounding Cord Exercise, as well as 8 other ways to ground and center.
Date: 2009-06-01 By: David Allen Hulse
Since the year 2000, David Allen Hulse (author of The Western Mysteries and The Eastern Mysteries) has entered a spiritual retreat to receive deeper knowledge to incorporate into his next series of books. During this retreat, Hulse has been greatly impressed by the writings of Dr. Michael Newton. Discover, along with author David Allen Hulse, the symbolism of the color scale of the soul's aura that Michael Newton has documented in his three pioneering books (Journey of Souls, Destiny of Souls, and Life Between Lives).
Date: 2008-10-13 By: Anodea Judith PhD
We’re all on a journey. A journey to heal ourselves, to figure out what life is all about, to discover the mysteries. It’s a challenging journey with fits and starts, dead-ends, even getting totally lost at times, forgetting where we are and picking ourselves up, asking, “Now where was I before that happened?” Wouldn’t it be nice if someone gave you a guidebook? Or at least a map? Anodea Judith, author of Wheels of Life, illuminates the path of our journey.
Date: 2008-08-06 By: Ted Andrews