Throat Chakra Balancing Practice - How I started my Podcast & become a guest on The Iquisitive Wren PodcastOne of my highlights this summer is being on The Inquisitive Wren Podcast hosted by Sha Le'Wilante. What I am most grateful for is to have the opportunity to connect with like-minded souls all over the world, including the beautiful host Sha Le'Wilante. Today, I will share with you the part of my journey on balancing my throat chakra, starting my own podcast and my experience with The Inquisitive Wren Podcast interview.
What is the Solar Plexus Chakra:
Manipura, the city of jewles or commonly called the “solar plexus chakra”, acts as the body’s energy power-house, our personal power, our self-worth and confidence. When it’s clogged up, you may find yourself feeling powerless, stagnant, or quick to anger. When it is overactive, you may find yourself trying to control others, to use power to manipulate, to dictate your life and other lives.
So today, I d like to share with you the 3 things I have learned to balance my personal power and be more confident through balancing the Solar Plexus Chakra
The Sacral Chakra is considered our emotional identity. The Sacral Chakra houses a large amount of energy which we call passion. This is the chakra that allows us to enjoy being in our body, connect intimately and also use that energy to fuel our goals in creating the life we desire. The sacral chakra holds the power of our creativity. Today, what I want to share with you is this aspect of the sacral chakra - how to unblock the flow of our creativity.
The root chakra, the first chakra in the main 7 chakra system, is known as “the root support” or "foundation" as translated from its Sankrit name: Muladhara. Located at the base of the spine at about tailbone-level, at its most basic level, the root chakra is concerned with needs. It governs one’s senses of stability, safety, strength, and commitment and is responsible for self-preservation, especially through our ability to identify with physical body and its basic needs - in order to not only to stay alive but also to thrive. And this ability to identify with the needs of our body sounds very basic and primal but it actually requires from us than we think. A simple example is that sometimes we leave ourselves too hungry, then when we get to food, we over eat and feel sick and bloated afterward. Or when we forget to drink enough water, or we clumsily bump into things because we forget to be present, we accidently hurt ourselves while getingt lost in our thoughts. Small things like that happens all the time, and do we notice or just let ourselves be carried away without being aware at all?