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“Wow, this was such a great Reading. Thank You so much Ashley.” ~L.M.

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Major & Minor Chakra System

Major Chakra System

The 1st Chakra (Root) governs Physical Needs and Security

  • Corresponding Color: Red
  • Element: Earth
  • Located: base of spine
  • Glandular connection: adrenals
  • Associated body parts: bones, skeletal structure
  • Too open: bullying, overly materialistic, self-centered, engages in physical foolhardiness.
  • Blocked: emotionally needy, low self-esteem, self-destructive behavior, fearful
  • Balanced: demonstrates self mastery, high physical energy, grounded, healthy
  •  Incense/aromatherapy essential oils: cedarwood, patchouli, lavender
  •   Crystals: blood stone, tiger eye, garnet, ruby, onyx.
  • Foods: proteins, meat
  • Affirmations: I am connected to Mother Earth and feel the security of being grounded in the moment. I deserve the best life has to offer, all my needs are being met. My body is important to me and I nurture it constantly.

The 2nd Chakra (Sacral) governs Sexuality, Emotions, and Desires

  • Corresponding Color: orange
  • Located: lower abdomen
  • Element: water
  •  Glandular connection: ovaries, testes
  • Associated body parts: sex organs, bladder, circulatory system, prostate, womb
  • Too open: emotionally unbalanced, a fantasist, manipulative, sexually addictive
  • Blocked: overly sensitive, feels guilty for no reason, frigid or impotent
  • Balanced: trusting, expressive, attuned, creative
  • Incense/aromatherapy essential oils: Jasmine, Rose, Sandalwood
  • Crystals: citrine, carnelian
  • Foods: sweet fruits
  • Affirmations: I trust that all is well. Creativity is flowing freely through me.

The 3rd Chakra (Solar Plexus) governs Power

  • Corresponding Color: yellow
  • Element: fire
  • Located: between navel and base of sternum
  • Glandular connection: pancreas, adrenals
  • Associated body parts: digestive system, muscles
  • Too open: angry, controlling, judgmental, superior
  • Blocked: insecure, fearful of being alone, worrier, overly concerned about what others think
  • Balanced: has personal power, respects self and others, spontaneous
  • Incense/aromatherapy essential oils: bergamot, cinnamon, ylang ylang
  • Crystals: yellow citrine, golden/yellow calcite
  • Foods: complex carbohydrates (starches, use whole foods), yellow foods
  • Affirmations: I own my personal power. I accept myself exactly for who I am.

The 4th Chakra (Heart) governs Love, Forgiveness, and Compassion

  • Corresponding Color: green
  • Located: center of chest
  • Element: air
  • Glandular connection: thymus
  • Associated body parts: heart, chest, lungs, circulation
  • Too open: possessive, loves conditionally, overly dramatic
  • Blocked: fears rejection, loves too much, feels unworthy to receive love, self-pitying
  • Balanced: compassionate, loves unconditionally
  • Incense/aromatherapy essential oils: rose, bergamot, melissa
  • Crystals: aventurine, watermelon tourmaline, Jade
  • Foods: green vegetables
  • Affirmations: I am lovable. I love unconditionally. I love myself for who I am. Other people deserve my compassion.

The 5th Chakra (Throat) governs Communication

  • Corresponding Color: blue
  • Located: centrally at the base of the neck
  • Element: ether
  • Glandular connection: thyroid, parathyroid
  • Associated body parts: throat, ears, nose, teeth, mouth, neck
  • Too open: over-talkative, arrogant, dogmatic, self rightuous
  • Blocked: holds back from self expression, unreliable, holds inconsistent views
  • Balanced: good communicator, contented, finds it easy to meditate
  • Incense/aromatherapy essential oils: chamomile, myrrh
  • Crystals: lapis lazuli, sodalite, turquoise
  • Foods: lemons, limes, grapefruit, kiwi
  • Affirmations: I am speaking my truth. What I say is worthy of being listened to. I listen to and acknowledge the needs and wants of others.

The 6th Chakra (Third Eye) governs Intuition and Reasoning

  • Corresponding Color: indigo
  • Located: above and between eyebrows
  • Element: light, telepathic energy
  • Glandular connection: pituitary gland
  • Associated body parts: eyes, base of skull
  • Too open: highly logical dogmatic, authoritarian, arrogant
  • Blocked: fearful of success, tendency towards schizophrenia, sets sights too low
  • Balanced: charismatic, highly intuitive, not attached to material things, may experience unusual phenomena
  • Incense/aromatherapy essential oils: hyacinth, violet, rose geranium, patchouli
  • Crystals: amesthyst, purple apatite, sapphire
  • Foods: none
  • Affirmations: The answers to all my questions lie within me. Imagination sparks my creativity. I trust my intuition.

The 7th Chakra (Crown) governs Spirituality and Understanding

  • Corresponding Color: violet, gold, white
  • Located: top of head
  • Element: thought, cosmic energy
  • Glandular connection: pineal gland
  • Associated body parts: upper skull, cerebral cortex, skin
  • Too open: psychotic or manic depressive, frustrated, sense of unrealized power
  • Blocked: constantly exhausted, cannot make decisions, no sense of “belonging”
  • Balanced: magnetic personality, achieves “miracles” in life, transcendent, at peace with self
  • Incense/aromatherapy essential oils: lavender, frankincense, rosewood
  • Crystals: clear quartz, white jade, diamond
  • Foods: none
  • Affirmations: I am who I am and glory in that. I attune with my higher power. I am a unique, loving, radiant being.

(Liz Simpson: The Book of Chakra Healing)

Major Chakra Location

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Minor Chakra System

Minor Chakras are energetically powerful acupoints that are “reflected points” of the seven major chakras having similar properties to their more illustrious counterparts. There are 21 Minor Chakras distributed all over the body. These 21 are further grouped into 10 bilateral minor Chakras that correspond to the foot, hand, knee, elbow, groin, clavicles, navel, shoulder and ear. These are about 3 inches in diameter and are 1 inch distant from the body.

Hand and Foot which are linked with the CROWN chakra

Elbow and Knee which are linked with the BASE chakra

Groin and Clavicular which are linked with the BROW chakra

Shoulder and Navel which are linked with the THROAT chakra

Ear and Intercostal which are linked with the HEART chakra

Minor Chakra Location

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The Chakra System

~ The Chakra System ~ 

Chakra is a Sanskrit word, meaning,”wheel.” The human chakras are “wheel-like” vortices that exist on the surface of the etheric human body. At the center of each chakra, in its deepest point, is a stem-like channel that extends to the spine and merges with it; thus connecting the individual chakra with the sushumna (the most important energy channel) which ascends within the spine to the top of the head. Chakras are energy centers. They function like receivers and transformers of the various forms of Qi (life force or vital energy). Through the nadis (network of channels or arteries that transport Qi throughout the human being’s energy system). The chakras take in the vital energy and transform it into the frequencies needed by the various areas of the physical bodies for sustenance and development. Traditional writings say there are 88,000 chakras in the human body. Most are extremely small and play a minor role in your energy system. However, there are approximately 40 secondary chakras that are of significance; these are located in your spleen, the back of your neck, the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet. Each chakra is connected with one of the elements of earth, water, air, ether, and mind – mind being an instrument of consciousness. These elements are states of matter and NOT elements as we understand them in modern chemistry. They are equivalent to the terms: solid, liquid, fiery or gaseous, airy, and etheric – which are somewhat analogous to the physical, astral and mental planes and sub-planes.

 The ethereal body is located approximately 2-5cm in front and around your physical body. It is the life force body, because it provides the biological body with cellular genetic guidance. It is not completely separate but interacts and sustains the life of the biological body. There are specific channels of energy exchange, which allow the flow of energy to move from one system to another. This life force energy, commonly known as “Qi,” is supplied to the ethereal body via an ethereal cord that connects to Earth’s ethereal body. Without this ethereal cord, the physical body would die. The electromagnetic energy that flows around the ethereal body is known as “Qi.” This bio energy (sub atomic light energy) circulates around the ethereal body, through a number of tiny web-like ducts, pipes, or channels called “Nadis.” These nadis lines are an extensive network or transport system that connects the ethereal body with the biological body. Qi energy flows through ethereal matter and provides the power and energy to regenerate the ethereal body. This bio energy or “Qi” is the fuel for the ethereal body. It consists of high frequency light that keeps the ethereal body alive to sustain and preserve your biological body. The ethereal energy system or nadis lines connect at special energy nodes called “Chakras.” The chakra energy system consists of twelve (12) chakras or energy centres. There are seven (7) primary chakras, which transport electromagnetic energy by entering and exiting your physical body and five (5) external chakras. The chakras act as an energy transformer – Qi flows through the various nadis lines and are processed and distributed by chakras after the energy is modulated into a different frequency. This energy is translated into hormonal, physiological, and cellular changes in the biological body.

 The chakras are arranged as an ascending column and start at the base of the spine and finish at the skull. The locations of these seven primary chakras have a direct interaction to the biological body including the major nerve plexus and endocrine gland. The seven primary chakras are generally associated with specific colors and each has a specific ascending frequency. In various traditions, chakras are visualized as wheels/lotuses/flowers with a different number of petals/spokes in each chakra. The chakras could be termed “non physical organs” that operate on specific frequencies and wavelengths, and connect the biological body with the ethereal body. Chakras are more like swirling vortexes of electromagnetic energy. This energy moves through them like water flows down a funnel. By alternately spinning clockwise and counter clockwise, our chakras maintain a dynamic balance between receiving and building energy (done through the clockwise motion) and releasing excess energy (done through the counter clockwise motion).

 The chakra system influences your biological body through the endocrine glands. Each chakra is associated with a different endocrine gland. Just as there are seven chakras, there are seven endocrine glands. Both the chakras and the endocrine glands are located along the front of spinal cord. The endocrine glands manufacture hormones and supply them to the bloodstream. When a chakra is damaged, it causes disruption to the function of its associated endocrine gland. Because the activity of the endocrine glands and nerve plexuses are interrelated and interdependent, when an endocrine gland does not function properly, it influences the entire biological body.

 Chakras are like magnets and that is the main reason for their blockages (energy transference), the lower chakras operate on the lowest frequency, so they automatically pull or attract the denser (heaviest) electromagnetic energy. When the primary chakras are not functioning correctly, the physical body will vibrate at lower frequency. Chakra healing is a straightforward process requiring nothing more than your conscious intent and visualization skills. When you open your chakras, you are essentially “powering up” your ethereal body. Chakra healing removes unwanted frequency, which allows the chakra to function normally. After healing each primary chakra, there is a symbiotic frequency increase within the ethereal body. When most of the primary chakras are healed, and the system is realigned and balanced, the flow of Qi energy is naturally restored. Working with the Subtle Energy Field’s that are within and around our bodies, DesertStar Healing facilitates the Balancing of Physical, Emotional, Mental, & Spiritual Energies.

(“The Human Chakra System” – Rick Richards)

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7 Major Chakras

Chakra~Location ~ Color ~ Function

Chakra Location Color Function
Root Base of Spine Red Grounding, physical pleasure
Sacral Belly Button Orange Sexual energy, reproduction
Solar Plexus Beast Bone Yellow Astral Travel, Gut Instinct
Heart Heart Green Emotion, dealing with others
Throat (Thyroid) Base of Throat Blue Communication
Third Eye Center of Forehead Indigo “Sight”
Crown Top of head Violet Spiritual Center

 

The Human Body Energy System ~ Aura & Chakras

 ~ The Human Body Energy System ~

Aura & Chakras

We live in a sea of energy. Everything is energy. Matter is nothing more than energy vibrating at a very low and fixed rate in a cohesive pattern. The human body is simply a complex network of energy patterns which interact with each other and with other energy patterns.The body is composed of energy vibrating at certain rates, existing in a specific form, solid matter. Everything vibrates. All matter, regardless of size, produces a magnetic field. Magnetism is a form of energy. Thanks to the advancements in quantum physics we now understand that magnetism is one of the fundamental forces of the universe. The human body, being comprised of compressed energy, has mass and therefore a magnetic field. The human body also has another important characteristic: it is comprised of a series of electro- chemical reactions. For example, respiration (breathing) is a chemical reaction. Signals to cause muscles to contract and release are carried through electrical signals. Information is transferred throughout the nervous system by a series of electro-chemical reactions. Energy is neither created nor destroyed, only the form changes. Since the human body has mass it produces a magnetic field. In addition, the body is driven by a series of electro-chemical reactions. The interaction of the resulting fields (electric and magnetic) combines to form what Western science now terms, “The Bio-Energetic Field”. The bio-energetic field surrounds the body and varies in strength and density. It has been measured to extend between an inch and three feet from the body. Many Eastern schools of thought and cultural traditions have long known of the existence of the energy field which surrounds the body and have discovered it uses. Western science is finally maturing to the point where it too beings to grasp the importance and uses of the energy field which surrounds us. This field, known to many traditions for long periods of time, is called The Aura. The Aura is the energy field which surrounds our body and interacts with forces within our environment. This energy field has several different functions. The aura regulates the amount of energy within our system, it serves as an advanced contact system with other energy fields, it can be used in the diagnosis and treatment of illness, it can be strengthened to provide a means of defense, it can be used to extend your awareness and make you invisible and can even be used in an offensive manner if the need arises. These are but a few functions of the aura. The aura has been visible to those with the “sight” as long as people have possessed this ability. The auras of some people have been visible to those without the “sight”. These cases usually involved people who were filled with energy or very passionate about something. Strong emotion tends to strengthen the aura and can make it visible to the untrained eye, especially when observed against a dark background.

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The 7 Major Chakras & Function of the Aura

The primary function of the aura is to regulate the energy within the body. The regulation of energy is accomplished through a series of energy transfer points called the Chakras. The chakras perform the actual work of regulating the energy. However, it is impossible to separate the chakra from the aura as it is the chakra which helps to form the aura. Classical thought maintains that there are seven major chakras, or energy transfer points, on the body. Each chakra is located in a specific area, has a specific name and a specific set of functions. In addition to the seven major chakras there are twenty one minor chakras which correspond to the twenty one major acupressure points on the body. There are over 120 additional chakra points scattered across the body which also correspond to acupressure points or nerve bundles. A new school of thought is just beginning which maintains that along with the seven major chakras there are twenty five additional majors for a total of thirty two major chakras. The major chakras are located along the spinal column. The chakra appears as a cone of clockwise circling energy (depending on the direction of view). Each chakra has two components, a front section on the front half of the body and a back section on the back half of the body. Inside each chakra are smaller cones. Each chakra has a front and back component which meet at the center of the spine. The root and crown chakras also have “front and back components.” Each chakra has a specific function that is tied to a different auric body. The auric body is made up of several layers, one layer for each chakra. Each one of the auric layers is governed by a specific chakra but all the chakras exist on all layers. There are seven auric layers and a total of 56 chakras manifesting on all seven layers and the physical body.

The 7 Auric Layers

The first auric layer is the Etheric layer. The etheric layer is closest to the body and fits nearly like a second skin. It has a definite size and shape. Generally, it extends from 1/4 of an inch to two inches from the body. Lines of energy are readily seen in this section of the aura since it is most closely linked to the physical body. It usually appears to “sight” as a blue or gray light or haze.

The second auric layer is the Emotional body. This layer deals with emotions, emotions with us and emotions we have for other people. The emotional layer is often seen as a swirling mass of energy about the body. The form pretty much approximates the human shape but is not as defined as the etheric layer. In fact, each layer out becomes less and less structured as a physical person.

The third auric layer is the Mental layer. This is the layer of thought and ideas. The layer where concepts are fashioned into reality. It usually is most visible around the head and shoulders as a yellowish light. It is in this layer that thought and ideas actually become substantial.

The fourth auric layer is the Astral layer. The astral layer marks the division between the physical layers and the higher layers. This layer is responsible for interaction between people. It is the layer of love and of relationship. Emotional bonds are formed on this layer.

The fifth auric layer is the Etheric Template. This body is a copy of the physical body on a higher level. It is the “master” copy for the Etheric body to model itself after.

The sixth auric layer is the Celestial body. It is the body of emotional level on the spiritual plane. Through this layer we are able to commune with Spirit. It is the level of unconditional love and trust.

The seventh auric layer is the Ketheric Template, also known as the Causal Body. This is the mental layer of the spiritual level. Through this layer we can become one with the Spirit. Through this layer we can access the akashic records and delve into our past lives. It is the layer of true connectedness to the higher planes.

Aura-Anatomy

The Chakras have three main functions in relation to the Aura and the Auric Bodies:

Energize each Auric Body
Develop different aspects of the consciousness
Regulate the flow of energy between the Auric layers

The Meridians: Concepts of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Model

 ~ The Meridians ~

    Conception Vessel / Governing Vessel

    Gall Bladder Meridian

        Heart Meridian

    Kidney Meridian

    Large Intestine Meridian

    Liver Meridian

    Lung Meridian

    Pericardium Meridian

    Small Intestine Meridian

    Spleen Meridian

    Stomach Meridian

    Triple Warmer Meridian

    Urinary Bladder Meridian

 

  •     Conception Vessel / Governing Vessel

The Governing and Conception Vessels are the main rivers of the body’s Yin and Yang energies. They are polar aspects of the body, perfectly complementary, like midnight and midday. They are responsible for the formation of the holoblastic cleavage and the first cellar division of the fertilized ovum in embryological development.The Governing and Conception Vessels each have two energy flows on the anterior and posterior vertical midline of the body. Each vessel’s pathway is complete, being composed of an ascending energetic flow and a descending energetic flow. The duality of these two medial lines joins at the extremities (the head and perineum), forming one complete circle of energetic current. Both vessels are superimposed on each other, with the energy of the Governing Vessel being predominant up the back and inferior down the front (behind the Conception Vessel); the energy of the Conception Vessel is predominant up the front and inferior down the back (behind the Governing Vessel).

  •  Gall Bladder Meridian

 Honorable Minister ~ The Meridian of Admiration

 Gall Bladder: The General’s Adviser

Paired with the Liver

Reservoir for bile

    Controls Central Clearing Department

    Secretes bile required to digest and metabolize fats and oils

    Energy provides muscular strength and vitality

    Works with lymphatic system to clear toxic by-products of metabolism from the muscular system

    Eliminates muscular aches and fatigue

    Ensures smooth flow of vital energy and Blood

    Connected to rage and anger

    Associated with decisiveness, activity, decision making, courage and initiate

  • Heart Meridian

King of the Organs ~ The Meridian of Forgiveness

 Heart: The Emperor

 Rules all of the Zang-Fu organs

    Governs the blood circulation and distribution

    Commands all of the organs and viscera

    Dominates sleep

    Controls all life processes associated with the soul and emotions

    Controls mental activities such as processing, perception and mental health

    Stores Shen – the body’s spirit

    Sensitive to over-exuberance, over-excitement, agitation, panic and sudden fear

    Associated with long-term memory, thinking, emotions, intimacy, cognition, intelligence, and ideas

    Health of Heart is seen in the complexion and tongue and reflected in the taste buds

  •  Kidney Meridian

Minister of Power ~ The Meridian of Sexual Confidence

 Kidneys: Root of Life

 Maintains and Processes body fluids – send “clear fluid”, which circulates through the organs and tissues upwards & send “turbid fluid”, which is transformed into sweat and urine downward

    Coordinate respiration with the Lungs – especially during inhalation

    Control the bones of the entire body and the development of bone marrow that spreads along the spinal cord to the brain

    Rules the bones, teeth, and adrenal glands

    Responsible for the muscles as well as for the connective tissue

    Regulate the body’s acid-alkaline balance (pH)

    Control short-term memory and store data

    Provide the capacity and drive for strength, skill and hard work

    Residence of yin and yang

    Seat of courage and willpower

    Store Jing – vital essence that affects energy and the aging processes

    Sensitive to chronic fear, especially when cause is not addressed

    Associated with wilfulness and stubbornness

    Health of the Kidneys are seen in the head hair and reflected in the ears (sense of hearing)

  •  Large Intestine Meridian

Minister of Transportation ~ The Meridian of Self-Esteem

 Large Intestine

 Paired with the Lungs

    Transports and Transforms food – absorbs the residue of water and turns the rest into waste

    Rules elimination and communicates with the lungs to regulate the transportation function of the body

    Health of the Large Intestine is reflected in stools

  • Liver Meridian

Chief of Staff ~ The Meridian of Happiness

 Liver: The General in Charge of Strategy

 Considered the second Heart of the body

    Laboratory for the entire metabolism

    Responsible for filtering, detoxifying, nourishing,

Replenishing, and storing blood

    Regulates its release into the body as needed

    Associated with the female menstrual cycle

    Regulates the flow of vital energy

    Governs muscle tone

    Governs growth and development, drive and desires, ambitions and creativity.

    Called the “root of resistance to fatigue”

    Stores the “soul” – combination of mental activity, consciousness, determination, Po (vitality), and Hun (ethereal aspect of soul)

    Affected by grief, sorrow and by taking offense

    Health of the Liver is seen in the eyes and nails, and is reflected in the quality of the tendons

    Lung Meridian

Prime Minister ~ The Meridian of Humility

Lungs:

Represents the bronchi, the immune system, allergies and the skin.

    Control respiration and vital energy

    Help to repel invading evils

    Transportation and distribution of nutrients and water, the secretion of sweat and the excretion of urine

    Assist the Heart with the circulation of blood

    Connected with the nose and the sense of smell

    Control the skin (exterior of the body)

    Sensitive to changes in the environment such wind, dampness and coldness

    Responsible for Self-protection and Self-preservation

    Sensitive to emotional feelings and turmoil, such as disappointment, sadness, grief, despair, anxiety, shame, and sorrow

    Store Po – vitality, more associated with the physical side of concentration

    Associated with communication problems

    Health of the Lungs is seen on the skin and in the body hair

  •   Pericardium Meridian

King’s Bodyguard ~ The Meridian of Relaxation, Generosity and Renunciation

 Pericardium:

 Least important of the Zang organs.

Sometimes it is considered a subset of the Small Intestine.

Encloses and Protects the Heart – assists the Heart in controlling excessive energy

    Regulates circulation in the major blood vessels that run in and out of the Heart

    Provides physical protection to the Heart

    Protects the Heart from damage and disruption by excessive emotional energies generated by the other organs

    Associated with the libido

    Reflects perceiving life as a pressure

    Health of the Pericardium is reflected in the Heart

  •  Small Intestine Meridian

Minister of Reception ~ The Meridian of Joy

Small Intestine:

 Paired with the Heart

    Related to the sinuses

    Receives and Contains Water and Food – absorbs pure part and distributes to entire body & impure part goes to Large Intestine

    Separates the pure from the impure, including foods, fluids, thoughts, and beliefs

    Controls the more basic emotions

    Influences mental clarity, judgment, and powers of discernment

    Associated with digesting emotional and mental demands and pressures

  • Spleen Meridian

Minister of the Granary ~ The Meridian of Confidence

Spleen:

In Chinese medicine, the function of the Spleen organ-energy system includes the Pancreas.

 Provide digestive enzymes and energy

    Controls extraction and assimilation of nutrients from food and fluids

    Represents the composition of the blood and the lymphatic fluid as well as their toxin and waste loads, particularly waste in form of proteins

    Keeps blood in the vessels

    Coordinate with the kidneys to control fluid balance throughout the system

    Controls muscle development – responsible for building strong limbs and well-developed muscles

    Controls the limbs and flesh

    Linked to the mouth and appetite

    Nurturing qualities

    Responsible for analytical thinking, memory, cognition, intelligence, and ideas.

    Stores Yin – intention, willpower, determination, or an awareness of the possibilities that are open to us to make changes in our lives

    Sensitive to pensiveness, worry, or over-thinking – dwelling too much on a particular problem, or concentrating too hard for too long

    Associated with pondering over problems, obsession with thoughts

    Health of Spleen is seen in the lips and is reflected by the tone and condition of muscle tissue

  •  Stomach Meridian

Minister of the Mill ~ The Meridian of Content and Calmness

Stomach:

 Paired with the Spleen

    Responsible for providing the entire system with postnatal energy from the digestion of food and fluids

    Produces digestive juices

    Health of the Stomach is reflected in the digestive process

    Spleen and Stomach are very closely associated – the two terms are sometimes used interchangeably

    Associated with annoyance

  •     Triple Warmer Meridian

Minister of Dykes and Dredges ~ The Meridian of Hope

 San Jiao:

It is not a single self-contained organ, but rather a functional energy system involved in regulating the activities of other organs. It is composed of three parts, known as ‘burners’, each associated with one of the body’s three main cavities: thorax, abdomen, and pelvis. Sometimes called the Triple Warmer Organ because the three body cavities are intended to control the body temperatures.

 The Upper, which relates to the chest above the diaphragm. It controls the intake of air, food, and fluids. It harmonizes the functions of Heart and Lungs, governs respiration, and regulates the distribution of protective energy to the body’s external surfaces.

 The Middle, which relates to the area between the diaphragm and navel. It controls digestion by harmonizing the functions of Stomach, Spleen, and Pancreas. It is responsible for extracting nourishing energy from food and fluids and distributing it via the meridian system to the Lungs and other parts of the body.

The Lower, which is located below the navel. It is responsible for separating the pure from the impure products of digestion, absorbing nutrients, and eliminating solid and liquid wastes. It harmonizes the functions of liver, kidney, bladder, and large and small intestines and also regulates sexual and reproductive functions.

 Paired with the Pericardium

    Governs the relationship between all the various organs

    Regulates and Distributes source vital energy

    Embodies all hormone glands

    Responsible for the movement and Transformation of various solids and fluids throughout the system

    Production and Circulation of nourishing energy and protective energy

    Associated with impatience and intense activity

  •     Urinary Bladder Meridian

Minister of the Reservoir ~ The Meridian of Peace and Harmony

 Urinary Bladder:

 Paired with the Kidney

    Represents the entire pelvic area including prostate, uterus, testicles and ovaries and therefore also the sexuality.

    Stores and Discharges turbid materials away from the body

    Related to the functions and balance of the autonomous nervous system

    Associated with resisting change, basic negative attitude

    Health of the Urinary Bladder is reflected in the urinary activity

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” The good ener…

“The good energy you put into my life has helped me. And I see why your a healer. Keep doing the good work you do. My rocks that you charged are still glowing” ~ E.G.

2011 Healing Session,Reiki, Gem/Mineral Therapy, Aromatherapy, Energy Cleansing, Crystal Cleansing/Charging

January 2013 ~ DesertStar TarotScopes

 DesertStar TarotScopes

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January 2013

Aquarius ( January 20 – February 19 )

Take this time to organize your thoughts and visions. Logic will guide you in the right direction. This will lead to balanced structure and discipline. You have the knowledge and experience for leadership. The Sun is on your side- brilliant new ideas will give rise to great successes in life. The work you’ve done spiritually and personally brings astonishing changes to your life. Have Confidence.

Pisces ( February 19- March 20 )

Connect with nature to assist in clearing your mind, focusing your thoughts and realigning your emotional and physical body. New career opportunities will reveal themselves to you. Material or karmic debts are paid off. You have the power to manifest the abundance that awaits you. Focus on the things you do have instead of what you do not- Law of Attraction. Accept the help being offered from others.

Aries ( March 20 – April 19 )

Enjoy in what life has to offer. Spend time in meditation to regain strength, clarity and focus. Use knowledge and skill to attain success in self-employment. You have come full circle and have evolved to a whole new level of understanding of the Universe- you are well on the path toward Enlightenment. Joy, contentment, and gratitude surround you. A new home or job is possible at this time.

Taurus ( April 19 – May 20 )

You see humor in any situation. There is a need for objective decision making. Utilize this time to clear away that which has allowed you to grow and no longer serves you. A sense of new beginnings when it comes to love; a new romantic partner or the renewal of an existing relationship. Moving to a new home is on the horizon. Your intuition is highly accurate at this time- listen to it.

Gemini ( May 20 – June 21 )

Open your heart and mind to those around you. You may be inclined to volunteer in doing some type of charity work. There is an opportunity to give or receive trustworthy and heartfelt advice. Good news is on its way to you- a promotion or new job offer. You’ve made wise decisions and have worked hard. This is a time of great achievement and success. Possibility of public recognition or awards.

Cancer ( June 21 – July 22 )

It’s time to review your plans and look at things from a different perspective. Sense of change in job, career, or relationship. These changes will bring the benefits that you desire. Don’t let anything distract you from your true path. There is a need to move forward in search of something more meaningful. Spiritual and emotional growth- evolution. Embrace your unique and eclectic beliefs and attitudes.

Leo ( July 22 – August 22 )

Clear your mind and collect your thoughts- a compromise is called for. Trust in yourself and be accepting of the situation before making a decision. Attempting to fight the current does not benefit you or anyone else involved. Focus on the positive. You are surrounded by those that are able and willing to be supportive. Take comfort in knowing everything is working toward your higher purpose.

Virgo ( August 22 – September 22 )

You may feel as though you are reaching new heights. Focus upon work that involves your passion. Creativity will open doors to new possibilities. Received recognition for high quality work enables you to regain self-confidence. Possibility of joining a group or organization at this time. Illumination of a situation- believe in yourself and take action.

Libra ( Sept 22 – October 23 )

 The walls of illusion will not allow you to move forward. You possess the ability, power, and strength that will see you through. Surround yourself with positive thinking and others that can help you to see the possibilities. Physical, mental and emotional balance is needed. Yoga, meditation, or tai chi may help you find harmony in all things as well as a sense of inner peace.

Scorpio ( October 23 – November 22 )

Look upon challenges as opportunities to learn and apply your knowledge. You are stronger than you realize or give yourself credit for. The strength that this situation calls for comes from the compassion and kindness of a spiritual core. Creative and inspiring career possibilities are coming into view- starting a new business, job offer, or promotion. Embrace life changes and new adventures for it is not only opportunity that awaits you.

Sagittarius ( November 22 – December 21 )

Wise beyond your years. You tend to be very optimistic but realistic about what can be accomplished. Possibility of returning to school, continuing education; adopting a new interest or passion. If you are considering life changes refrain from acting on impulse- wait for the right time. Compassion and kindness are keys to successfully manifesting your dreams. Forgiveness also brings healing which allows for new beginnings.

Capricorn  ( December 21 – January 20 )

With confidence and certainty you’re passionate about anything you take on. This is your golden time of celebration and success. Use all that you have done to create a blue print for the future. Patience is required. Explore possibilities on how to promote your business or talents. A significant situation requires your full attention- channel your inner wisdom and proceed with caution. Possible sudden passionate love affair, business travel, or change of residence at this time.

 

DesertStar Healing utilizes Doreen Virtues’ Tarot & Oracle Cards

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