Chakras: What They Are and How To Start Using Them — Realm of Vibes by Rachel Erazo of Modron Lotus Garden There are centers of energy within your body called chakras. These spheres are constantly in movement, moving energy throughout your body. When aligned and balanced, you physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually feel at peace. But, as energy is constantly shifting, your chakras can move out of alignment.... Continue Reading →

Book review: The Chimp Paradox

Absolutely loving this book and its easy to understand and put into practice. I cant recommend this book enough to anyone who is like me and into improving their life.

Woman, Driven

“The Chimp is an emotional machine that thinks independently from us. It is not good or bad, it is just a Chimp.”

Prof Steve Peters’ The Chimp Paradox took the self-help world by storm in 2012 and his methods and teachings are used throughout the business and sport psychology worlds.  The book depicts a way of understanding the brain and the the different functions of its component parts, and teaches you how to manage them.

His primary idea is

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Sacral Chakra

  The sacral chakra or Swadhisthana is the second chakra. It deals with feelings of sexuality that allow expression of emotions when the chakra is open without being overly emotional or overactive. Emotions are kept in balance and you become more passionate and lively. When the sacral chakra is balanced, you will have no issues... Continue Reading →

The Root Chakra – How to Balance it

This is the first of the chakras of matter. Balancing the root chakra creates the solid foundation for opening the chakras above. Imagine that you’re laying the foundation for a house in which you’re going to live for a long time. A solid foundation embedded in firm soil will provide the stability you need to create a home filled with joy for years to come.

Note To Self – Always Be A Kid

  You can be a child by enjoying small things and being happy with almost anything.Don’t mistake “being a kid at heart” for immaturity. As adults, we learn to become more mature and responsible individuals. Ironically, I believe one of the biggest signs of maturity is choosing to be a kid at heart.Part of me... Continue Reading →

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