Symbols of Healing

Throughout the ages and across many cultures, healing symbols have been used to promote wellness on all levels.  They elevate our vibrations and draw therapeutic, transformative energy. In nearly every culture, there is a belief in a universal spiritual energy that we can access.  This universal life force energy goes by many names – chi, prana, the holy spirit, but the essence is the same.  It is the life force energy that ties all together and flows through and around us.  It can be invoked to protect, purify and heal. Energy healing practices like Reiki use special symbols to represent various



Chakras are energy centers in the auric field that correspond with specific areas of the body. They facilitate the flow of Chi, or life force energy, throughout our being. When they are unable to flow freely or become blocked; various mental, emotional and even physical symptoms can result. Many people work with the Chakras to facilitate whole being wellness. There are Seven primary chakras that are aligned along the body. Each one has a specific color, symbol and different properties associated with it. Meditating and focusing on these energy centers can help restore positive energy, relieve stress and open one up spiritually to higher realms of awareness


The Heart Chakra: Your Center for Unconditional Love and Healing Transformation

During this month of love, it is a great time to focus on the heart in general.  The great masters have taught us that love, in all its forms, is the highest of vibrational energies. It is the ultimate attainment and most important concept for humans to know and understand. In this article you'll learn about the heart chakra your center for unconditional love and healing transformation When we experience true, unconditional love; it is the purest form of spiritual energy.  This is one of the reasons so many are drawn to babies and pets. When we see their images, we


Chakra Root Muladhara

As the base chakra color, red is said to represent all things intense and passionate. It governs the spine (Chi, Life Force), hips, legs, feet, bones, blood, circulation, prostate and adrenals.  The color red is a symbol of life, vitality and love.  It is also associated with desire, determination, danger, power and strength.  Its healing energies are believed to increase ones mental energy, courage, self-confidence and stamina.  The color red has been known to increase pulse and respiration rates, raise blood pressure and stimulates quick decision making.


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