Crystal Therapy Healing and the 7 Chakra’S

Crystal therapy (also known as crystal healing) is an alternative therapy to the more traditionalhealing methods for the human body, mind and soul. Healing is encouraged by the usinggemstones and crystals. It does not stop with physical healing, it’s also used to treat emotionalstress and emotionally related problems. It can also be used to treat many spiritual and mentalissues.

The city of Atlantis, rumor has it, was more than successful with the healing powers of crystaltherapy. In fact, it has been researched and discovered that the people who lived in Atlantis weregranted the ability to proficiently use the crystals to promote healing. People around the world;including some Chinese people, native American tribes and eastern civilisations have beenknown to use crystals. Not only, for their healing powers, but also for various religious ceremonies.It’s possible to trace the outline of the proven usage of crystals throughout history.

There’sevidence attesting to the fact that crystals are, in fact, a type of ‘magical’ stone giving powers to the body, mind and soul.Many cultures around the world, as well as multitudes of new-age individuals believe that thecrystals give off energy.

Energy that can be used to clean, balance out and re-energise humanenergy fields.The human body is comprised of numerous parts. Each part has its own unique vibration rate andenergy that is emitted outwards in the specific areas surrounding each body part. Each body parthas seven central energy fields in the body, which are referred to as chakras. When certain areasof the body, hence these energy fields are shut off from receiving the energy that is necessary tomaintain the toxins, impurities, sickness and stress it causes a state of unsettle, resulting inoverwhelming effects.

The 7 Chakra’s:

1. The root chakra, located around the tail bone: Our foundation & where the feeling of being‘grounded’ originates in the body.

2. The sacrum chakra, this is located around the lower abdomen area. This controls andregulates the openness to accept new people, situations and experiences. This chakra controlsso many emotions of humans from sexual feelings, anger, creativity, pleasure, abundance andover-all well-being. Intuitive feelings also called gut instincts originate from the sacrum chakra.

3. The solar plexus chakra, which is located it the upper abdomen area. This is the energy centrethat controls the human will, ego centre, self-worth, self-esteem and overall confidence levels.

4. Heart chakra, this field is located right above the heart. It’s just north of the centre of the chest.This area controls love, the human ability to give love and to receive love. Thus, this chakraresonates from the true meaning of humanity.

5. The throat chakra, this field surrounds the throat. It gives way to the energy fields that controlthe human will to communicate, speak, and hear. Furthermore, the ability to have self-expressionand sharing feelings.

6. The third eye chakra or brow chakra is located in between the two eyes on the forehead. Thisenergy field is very important in capturing the big picture. It plays a huge role in decision making,intuition, wisdom, thinking abilities, focus and imagination are all stimulated by this energy flow.

7. The crown chakra, this is located at the very top of the head. This energy field is seen torepresent the ability to connect, to be completely at peace and blissful. Offering spiritually that iscontent with both the outside and inside of the human body.There are masculine chakras.

One, three and five, as well as the female chakras: two, four andsix. Most women need to work on boosting their odd chakras, while men need to work onboosting their even chakras. There is specific help and guidance available to anyone seekingcrystal therapy around specific chakras. This can help to make one feel complete, centered and full.

The crystal therapy chakra system utilises seven colors to represent the chakras. Obtaining thecrystals in each of these colours and using crystal therapy appropriately has great benefits. It canlead to healing, balance, inner peace and an amazing increase to human energy levels, leavingone feeling rejuvenated.

Crystal healing has become a ‘holistic’ approach or an alternative therapy to standard measuresof healing in our society. However, that does not signify any less beliefs in the powers of crystalhealing than before. There are millions of people practicing crystal therapy healing on a dailybasis all around the world. Open your mind, get your crystals and get ready to be healed whenyou embrace the powers that are emitted from the crystals. Crystal therapy and chakras canmake the human body feel 100% better just by following the chakra guide.

Crystal Healing Alternative – Chakra Therapy

Many people use crystal as an alternative therapy… and you may have also heard people talking about crystal healing before but are not really sure what they are talking about.

Crystal Healing is an alternative therapy which is used along side with traditional methods of healing the human body as well as the mind and soul. An healer use different Crystals and Minerals when pro-forming a healing session on a person. Each stone they use has very different healing properties and healer will pick the right stone they need for the job at hand.

Crystals are used to balance, re-energise and cleans a person’s field of energy and are often placed on an person’s chakras to help with the healing process.

The 7 Chakra’s:

– The Root or Base chakra
Sanskit Name: Muladhara
Colour: Red,
Located: Base of spine
Healing Focus: Grounding, Earth Energies, Will, Security.
Crystals: Black Tourmaline, Red Jasper, Jet, Bloodstone, Aragonite, Galena, Dravite, Red Calcite, Chiastolite, Septarian (Dragonstone), Staurolite, Sphalerite

– The Spleen Chakra
Sanskit Name: Svadisthana
Colour: Orange,
Located: Below navel, lower abdomen
Healing Focus: Feelings, Connected to issues related to feelings, Intuition.
Crystals: Citrine, Amber, Topaz, Fire Opal, Hematite, Moonstone, Prehnite, Golden Apatite, Sphalerite, Lemon Quartz, Cacoxenite

– The Solar Plexus Chakra
Sanskit Name Manipura
Colour: Yelllow
Located: Just above the navel, stomach area
Healing Focus: Balance of Intellect, Self-confidence, Personal Power, Protection
Crystals: Ametrine, Calcite-Orange, Citrine, Haematite, Jasper – Yellow, Moonstone, Quartz, Quartz-Rose, Rhodochrosite, Sunstone, Tigers Eye

– The Heart Chakra
Sanskit Name: Anahata
Colour: Green
Located: Center of chest
Healing Focus: Love, Compassion, Self-Control. Acceptance of Oneself
Crystals: Green Aventurine, Emerald, Jade, Rose Quartz, Lithium Quartz, Chrome Diopside, Ruby, Peridot, Green Kyanite, Green Tourmaline

– The Throat Chakra
Sanskit Name: Visuddha
Colour: Blue
Located: Throat region
Healing Focus: Enlightenment, consciousness, energy, organisation
Crystals: Lapis Lazuli, Aquamarine, Turquoise, Sodalite, Blue Lace Agate, Blue Kyanite, Blue Calcite, Chrysocolla, Amazonite, Aqua Aura Crystal, Blue Aragonite, Tanzanite, Larimar, Hemimorphite, Blue Halite, Celestial Aura Quartz

– The Brow or Third Eye Chakra
Sanskit Name: Anja
Colour: Indigo
Located: The head, in between the eyes.
Healing Focus: Love, Compassion, Self-Control. Acceptance of Oneself
Crystals: Angelite, Amethyst, Fluorite, Lapis Lazuli, Sodalite, Dumortierite, Blue Aventurine, Aqua Aura Crystal, Stilbite, Chiastolite, Celestite, Axinite, Phenacite, Blue Aragonite, Sugilite, Cacoxenite, Blue Tourmaline, Merlinite, Goshenite, Lazulite, Ulexite

– The Crown Chakra
Sanskit Name: Sahasrara
Colour: Violet, Golden-White
Located: Top of head
Healing Focus: Enlightenment, consciousness, energy, organisation
Crystals: Peacock Ore, Spirit Quartz, Apophyllite Quartz, Danburite, Cacoxenite, Fuchsite, Stilbite, Petalite, Purpurite, Cavansite, Sugilite

Reflexology – The Holistic Approach to Your Healing

Reflexology is an old treatment method that goes back almost 5000 years when certain types of pressure therapy were practiced in Egypt, India, China and Japan. An Egyptian wall painting was found in a tomb of a physician at Saqqara that shows patients being treated on their feet and hands. This method of pressure therapy concerns the study of certain reflexes in the feet that correspond to different areas in the body.

Reflexology today is practiced because it was found that pressure and reflex stimulation relieved pain and stress. Practitioners have found that by using the pressure from fingers and thumbs on certain areas of the feet and hands, therapeutic results were achieved in the corresponding organs of the body. That is why reflexology is based on a notion that certain reflexes in the hands and feet of the human body correspond to organs, glands, and other parts of the body.

The aim of this holistic approach is to relieve stress and muscular tension, to encourage the natural healing process of the body, to improve the blood circulation and supply, to encourage the balance, equilibrium and homeostasis of the body, to unblock nerve and energy paths in the body, to cleanse and flush out deadly toxins from the body, to revitalize the body, and to stimulate productivity.

Reflexology is also known as “zone therapy” that surmises that the parts of the body are represented on the feet and hands and putting pressure on certain areas of the feet and hands will stimulate the flow of blood, energy and nutrients to the corresponding zones in the body resulting in stress relief and pain relief in those zones.

Reflexologists claim that most of the problems and conditions that pertain to health are due to stress and tension. Reflexology is not designed to diagnose or treat a person for any particular medical problem or disorder. It is done to promote good health and is like an exercise or even a diet program. The practice of reflexology should help to release stress.

A reflexologist works on the reflex areas on the hands and feet which triggers the release of tension in the corresponding body zone and has an overall balancing/calming effect on the organs and glands. Reflexology should not be a painful experience and the practitioner should have experience and be well trained in the art of massaging the feet and hands. Today people seek the help of reflexology therapy to help them with the following conditions:

  • Digestive disorders
  • Insomnia
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Arthritis
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Injuries caused by sports
  • Back pain

An alternative therapy, reflexology is becoming as popular as acupuncture and Indian head massages. This is because people have found that it promotes complete relaxation, reduces pain, soothes the feet and even encourages healing. Because it is also known for being used in palliative or post-operative care, cancer patients tend to use reflexology as an alternative or complementary therapy. However, reflexology cannot replace any sort of medical treatment. This is because there is no scientific basis or proof of its medicinal value.

Reflexology is a holistic and natural treatment/therapy which activates and supports the human body’s healing processes and mechanisms in a natural way. It is non-invasive and has developed into a well accepted and recognized complementary therapy.