Chakra balancing and Reiki can feel wonderful, but what exactly is involved in a chakra balance? First, we need to know what chakras actually are!
What are Chakras?
Chakras are spinning wheels of energy in our body, that relate to our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual states. There are 7 main chakras that line up along our spine, from the base to our crown. Each chakra centre has its own vibrational frequency, and helps to regulate and govern different parts of our bodies.
Our bodies are made up of energy, and chakras are energy centres. This energy can be called Prana, Chi, or in Japanese it is called Reiki. ‘Rei’ is higher power and ‘Ki’ is life force energy. This life force energy is what keeps us healthy and vibrant and alive. When our energy is flowing too slowly or too quickly, it can therefore affect our physical, emotional and mental state in a negative way. As a result, a Reiki chakra balance can help to shift your energy and bring your chakras back into alignment, so your body can heal itself.
Chakra balancing and Reiki
Often my clients come in for a Reiki healing session or chakra balancing session due to some physical problem. But through Reiki healing, I often find that the physical symptom actually originated from an emotional or energetic imbalance. Physical symptoms are often a result of a deeper issue. One of the best things I love about Reiki is that it is a holistic healing technique and it heals on all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
What happens after a chakra balance?
After a chakra balancing session, you will feel more calm and centred, but you might also feel a little tired. It is important to rest and drink water after a session, and allow your body time to process the healing. Chakra balancing and Reiki healing can have positive effects on your body and mind long after the initial healing. It is therefore best to have healings at least one week apart to allow your body to absorb the benefits of the session.