To help people identify where the chakras appear in their own lives, intuitive healers Dana Childs and Cyndi Dale describe the chakras as if they were people, with their own strengths, weaknesses, and motivations. Childs and Dale hope that we will see parts of ourselves in the chakra personality types they have established. out – believing that a better understanding of these energies can be a launching pad for our own growth. His new book Chakras, food and you, is a guide to recognize the chakras in yourself, your habits and your lifestyle. Offers simple tips on how to nurture your unique energy through nutrition and self-care.
Understanding your Major Chakra
By Dana Childs and Cyndi Dale
We believe that you can understand a person, their strengths, weaknesses, even what motivates them, based on the formation of their chakras. Think of it as an energetic horoscope, not aligned with planets and stars, but with the subtle prisms of sound and light that create your inner and outer reality.
In case this is new to you: Chakras are invisible energy centers that interact with each other, with the external environment, and with other living things. Everyone has a unique chakra formation. Some of their chakras will express themselves more strongly and others less, but each person tends to have a chakra that is fundamental to their true self. Identifying this main chakra, and understanding the energy that makes it special, can help you develop greater self-awareness and an easier time caring for yourself, achieving optimal health, and fulfilling your purpose.
We will describe the strengths, weaknesses, and inspirations of each chakra. Match yourself with the description that best fits. (More than one can and probably will.) If it resonates, think about how your main chakra can inform your life: What patterns do you see in yourself? What practices nurture you?
First Chakra: The Manifesto
You are the zodiac chakra manifestation builder and expert, motivated by success and achievement. You can think of something you want to do and bam! You are doing it. Why? Because hard work and a strong work ethic are woven into his bones. You are reliable and decisive. On the other hand, you may struggle with distractions or become over-engaged. Keep in mind that your hard work ethic can turn into a work addiction if you don’t consciously maintain a good work-life balance.
Second chakra: the creator
You feel the feelings and you let yourself be carried away by sensuality. No matter what you’re doing – painting, writing, designing, or fixing numbers on a balance sheet – you’ll be doing it with a creative flair. It is inspired by the act of creating and is very stylish. You honor emotions, beauty and sensuality. Just be careful that emotions, yours or others, don’t take over and demand that you indulge in self-sabotaging behaviors. But stay away from blame. Make sure the purpose of an emotional control is to align with your integrity. Don’t wallow in it.
Third chakra: the thinker
Your brain works like a computer as it constantly processes data, thoughts, and ideas. You thrive on positivity and are motivated by a positive attitude. You are logical, structured and intellectual. You prosper by making a plan and completing all the details. However, you are vulnerable to the judgments of others and to your own annoying perfectionism, which can be crippling. Success is yours if you set and maintain clear boundaries, refrain from making excuses, and don’t take the attitudes of others personally.
Fourth Chakra: The Rapporteur
You lead from the center of your heart and believe that life is happier when it is shared. Basically, you are a ball of love that wants to heal others with compassion and acceptance. You are excellent at sharing your things, your thoughts and yourself. But you are prone to becoming addicted to love, which can result in imbalances in giving and receiving. Make sure you don’t take other people’s problems personally or define your own value in how well you support others. Codependency won’t work for you.
Fifth Chakra: The Communicator
Share, learn, teach: these are the activities that enlighten you. You live to explore the philosophical. She values all forms of communication and can capture the attention of almost anyone through her ability to tell stories with expressiveness, enthusiasm, and perfect choice of words. Above all, he is committed to seeking and telling the truth. That means you give good advice. Just be careful if you want to impress someone; It can be tempting to lie a little. Avoid ruminating thoughts if you can, or they will run wild in your head and cause anxiety.
Sixth Chakra: The Visualizer
Seeing the big picture excites you. Not only can you imagine the possible outcomes of the present, but you can also carefully perceive the nuances of the past. You can also visualize the most attractive spaces and then create them. Beauty matters. Design rules. As you visualize, most of your decisions will come from a well thought out strategy. Be careful to monitor yourself for misperceptions and don’t focus so much on yourself that you overlook the needs of others. When you are creating beauty, be careful not to obsess over perfection. Remember that beauty comes from the inside, not just from the outside.
Seventh Chakra: The Spiritist
You light up any room with your devotion to your sense of spirit. You have key spiritual qualities such as ethics, values, and justice. Your main motivation is to operate in harmony with your higher power. Ultimately, you are a seeker who is forced to find your purpose and help others to do the same. So you thrive on meditation and prayer, and you have natural wisdom. However, all that information may make you think you have all the answers. Beware of an inflated ego and watch out for judgment, bad temper, and grandiosity. Give yourself permission to be human. Be honest with yourself about your own emotional and psychological problems rather than hiding behind spiritual beliefs.
Dana Childs is an intuitive, energy healer, and teacher. He leads workshops, online courses, and retreats to help others learn to open their own intuitive gifts.
Cyndi Dale is an author, intuitive, and healer. He works one-on-one with clients to help them better understand their energies, heal, and optimize performance.