7 Root Chakra Healers

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7 Root Chakra Healers

  The root/base chakra is the energy centre located at the base of the spine that relates to issues surrounding survival, security, sexuality, fear and the adrenal gland fight/flight response. Any time you feel fearful of poverty or ill health, this energy centre is taxed and the flow of energy becomes blocked. The main requirement for a healthy root chakra on the emotional level is a basic trust that you are supported in life. People who have root chakra issues later on in life were often abandoned and/or abused as children. They never learned to feel safe. However, not everyone who has root chakra issues had an abusive childhood. Being overly obsessed with accumulating vast sums of money or being stuck in poverty consciousness also shows an imbalance here, as does sex addiction or frigidity. A sure sign of a dysfunctional root chakra is that you keep bumping into things, stubbing your toe, tripping… This means your energy is not grounded into your physical body due to a root chakra blockage. So what can we do to make sure this chakra is in balance? Quite a lot actually, besides wearing red (the colour of the root chakra) and using our intellectual understanding that we are supported – fear is just False Evidence Appearing Real. 1. Get organised. The more organised and in control you are when it comes to finances and spending, the smoother this chakra spins. Being organised is not the same as being a control freak but it does take some mental activity and actually writing down what goes out and what comes in each month. It also means that you do not spend more than you earn and that bills are prioritised before pleasure and leisure activities. 2. Have regular meal times and at least one hot, home-made meal a day. This gives your physical and emotional body a feeling of being nurtured/supported and keeps your energy levels even. 3. Spend time around trees. It is through the root chakra we ground our energy deep into the core of Mother Earth. Spending time around trees, naturally reminds us of the importance to allow our roots to soak up sustaining and grounding Earth energy. Try sitting with your back against a tree and just breathe for five minutes. You will feel recharged and grounded. 4. Dance the root chakra. Native/tribal music that is heavy on drumming is ideal as this connects us to Earth energy and to our ancestral blood line. When you feel connected to the past in this way, it is easier to understand how infinitely supported your existence on earth actually is. 5. Eat the fruits of the earth. Root vegetables are grounding, nutritious and very affordable. This is a great way to make sure you get all your nutrients if you are on a shoe string budget. Win-win! 6. Work with red, brown, black and grey crystals. Use...

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Anatomical, Physiological and Emotional Holistic Tarot and Astrology Correspondences

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Anatomical, Physiological and Emotional Holistic Tarot and Astrology Correspondences

  These are the (mainly) Golden Dawn Astrological correspondences I use in Holistic Tarot readings for health-related questions: 0. The Fool (Uranus/Air) – The central nervous system, breathing 1. The Magician (Mercury) – Speech and communication issues 2. The High Priestess (The Moon) – The female cycle 3. The Empress (Venus) – Skin, buttocks, female fertility, pregnancy and STI’s 4. The Emperor (Aries) – Head and face, headaches, fever 5. The Hierophant (Taurus) – Neck, ears and throat 6. The Lovers (Gemini) – Lungs and harms/hands 7. The Chariot (Cancer) – Breast and gut 8. Strength (Leo) – Heart and spine 9. The Hermit (Virgo) – Intestines, digestion 10. The Wheel of Fortune (Jupiter) – Obesity 11. Justice (Libra) – Kidneys, homestasis, urinary tract issues 12. The Hanged Man (Neptune/Water) – The immune system, psychic healing 13. Death (Scorpio) – Elimination, genitals, detoxification 14. Temperance (Sagittarius) – Thighs, hip flexibility, liver, sciatica, alcoholism 15. The Devil (Capricorn) – Bones, teeth, joints, arthritis 16. The Tower (Mars) – Testosterone levels, male fertility, erectile dysfunction 17. The Star (Aquarius) – Blood circulation, calves 18. The Moon (Pisces) – Feet, hypochondria, glandular issues 19. The Sun (Sun) – Vitality levels, burn-out 20. Judgement (Pluto/Fire) – Testes, pancreas, metabolism 21. The World (Saturn/Earth) – Nails, hair, skin, bones, teeth, spleen   UNDERLYING CAUSES OF DISEASE BASED ON THE TEMPERAMENT OF EACH ZODIAC SIGN: Aries (Emperor, 2-4 of Wands, Queen of Wands):  Over-exertion and anger, also quite accident-prone Taurus (Hierophant, 5-7 of Pentacles, Knight of Pentacles) : Over-indulgence, brooding and laziness Gemini (The Lovers, 8-10 of Swords, King of Swords): Anxiety and restlessness Cancer (The Chariot, 2-4 of Cups, Queen of Cups): Apathy, passive aggression and emotional negativity Leo (Strength, 5-7 of Wands, Knight of Wands): Over-exertion and pride Virgo (The Hermit, 8-10 of Pentacles, King of Pentacles): Over-analytical and a nervous disposition Libra (Justice, 2-4 of Swords, Queen of Swords): Nervous exhaustion, inability to commit Scorpio (Death, 5-7 of Cups, Knight of Cups): Obsession and addiction Sagittarius (Temperance, 8-10 of Wands, King of Wands): Restlessness, over-indulgence, acting before thinking leads to accidents Capricorn (The Devil, 2-4 of Pentacles, Queen of Pentacles): Inhibited, negative self-talk Aquarius (The Star, 5-7 of Swords, Knight of Swords): Highly strung Pisces (The Moon, 8-10 of Cups, King of Cups): Emotional over-sensitivity, fear and hypochondria   Feel free to copy these correspondences into your Book of Shadows. To download a FREE Tarot, Chakra and Archangel Correspondences A4 PDF, CLICK HERE.   Brightest Blessings...

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Charlatans, Cards and Curses (with Sample Holistic Tarot Reading)

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After writing and tweeting about Holistic Tarot vs Fortune-telling quite a lot recently, I found myself under fire and had to block a couple of Tarot readers who thought it was a good idea to reply with attacks on my person. This is the tweet that drew the fire: A #Holistic #Tarot reading is like the natural remedy which treats the whole person, compared to the ‘plaster’ given by a fortune-teller. Some “warlock” and some “young Tarosophist of the year” called me ignorant, envious, divisive and lacking in fortune-telling skills based on this tweet. Whether they know about my work or whether they chose to judge me merely based on this tweet I will (gladly) never know. Yet this will not deter me from educating people and what I am about to share gives the absolute reason why – the victims. I had to deal with a victim of a Tarot charlatan only this morning – sadly not the first to come my way! She had been told by a ‘Tarot reader’ that she and her ex husband couldn’t get back together because she had been cursed by a third party. However, for a small fee, this ‘Tarot reader’ would lift the curse. My advice to anyone who has experienced this form of fraud and ‘psychic rape’: You have been lied to. Try to forget what they said and do not heed any of the ‘advice’ handed out. Next time you go for a Tarot reading, make sure that your reader is a Holistic Tarot reader rather than a fortune-teller. Never EVER get a reading from someone who claims to be able to predict the future with 100% accuracy or claims to be able to ‘remove curses.’ This should be common sense but common sense seems to be rare enough to be a super power these days: NOBODY can predict the future with 100% accuracy because guess what… the future isn’t set in stone! TWEET THIS As for removing curses… Instilling fear in a client and then offering to take away that fear for a fee is the oldest trick in the book and have been used across many a trade but seems to survive only in the world of magick and divination because of the superstition that is associated with it. These are the true snakes of the Tarot world and their karmic payback will be massive. Basically, they operate on the principle that if you are that gullible, you have nobody but yourself to blame. We need to move away from fear and superstition and into the Light. Or we do if we want a Tarot reading to be seen as a respectable holistic alternative to life coaching or any of the many healing modalities and counselling techniques out there. This inevitably leads us to the next big fear topic: THE BAD CARDS… go on, rattle them off for...

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The Totem Tarot Spread

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Your totem animal is a spirit guide in animal form who is part of your spirit guide entourage for either a period of time (in connection with a specific life lesson) or your entire life (personal power animal). You can have more than one totem/power animal and they can change as you go through different developmental stages in life. Totem animals resonate with different chakras and highlight both inherent power and weakness of those chakras. When highlighting a weakness, the less desirable traits of the animal comes to the fore. These are the aspects that fill you with fear, shame and even terror… making you project these qualities onto others rather than owning them for yourself. In Jungian psychology this is referred to as the Shadow. You can also have a family totem animal. In my own family, as an example, all four (my mother, father, sister and I) all have a 3 Life Path Numerology. This corresponds with The Empress (Venus), whose symbol is the White Dove. This is not just intellectual knowledge to me, as we all have had visions of said Dove at different times in our life. Totem animals sometimes visit in our dreams (as do angels and spirit guides). I have personally found these to be some of the most powerful, meaningful and memorable dreams I have had. These days, it is quite easy to just Google the meaning of totem animals. However, no matter what they mean in general, you may still not find the exact message they have for you at this point in time… There are a couple of ways of resolving this: you can either keep trying to connect with the spirit animal in your dreams or in meditation until the message becomes clear… OR you can do a Tarot reading on it with the Tarot spread I created specifically for this: 1. Archetype – Chakra Lesson. Use a Major Arcana deck for this or use only the Majors from a full deck. Root Chakra: The Emperor, The Devil, The World Sacral Chakra: The High Priestess, The Empress Solar Plexus Chakra: The Chariot, The Tower and The Sun Heart Chakra: The Lovers, Justice, Strength and Temperance Throat Chakra: The Magician, The Hierophant and the Wheel of Fortune Third Eye Chakra: The Moon, The High Priestess and The Hermit Crown Chakra: The Hanged Man, The Star, The Fool and Judgment For the rest of the spread use a separate deck that contains all Major AND Minor Arcana cards, allowing for repetition of the Major you pulled in position one. 2. Mental concept / awareness. After making sense of the first card, you will instantly recognise how this ties in with the card in the second position as this is something you are already aware of. 3. Subconscious emotional component. This deals with the repressed emotion your totem animal is trying to...

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