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Debbie Spooner – Holistic Therapist

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The importance of relaxation

In September 2016 I was fortunate enough to have the holiday and experience of a lifetime, 10 days on safari in Tanzania and 5 days on the exotic spice island of Zanzibar. It is true to say that this holiday and experience is something that I dreamed of for a long time and I fully appreciate how fortunate I am to have been able to experience this.

The wonder of seeing majestic African animals in their natural habitat, the beautiful jewel coloured sea and the wonderful people who had nothing and would give you everything and whose mantra was Hakuna Matata, a message and way of living that many in the ‘civilised’ western world could take note from.

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Open you mind to your true self

The sixth chakra, Ajna, is in the area of the third eye, which is found in the space between the eyebrows. It encompasses the pituitary gland, eyes, head, and lower part of the brain. An invisible yet powerful third eye, this is your center of intuition. A spiritual chakra, which means “beyond wisdom,” Ajna leads you to an inner knowledge that will guide you if you let it. An open sixth chakra can enable clairvoyance, telepathy, lucid dreaming, expanded imagination, and visualization.

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Know your truth and speak the truth

The first of the three spiritual chakras. It is located in the area of the throat, it governs the anatomical regions of the thyroid, parathyroid, jaw, neck, mouth, tongue, and larynx. To be open and aligned in the fifth chakra is to speak, listen, and express yourself clearly, openly and honestly and  from a higher form of communication. Remember your ears hear the words you speak, so take care with the language you use when talking about yourself and others.

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Love IS all we need

The fourth chakra also referred to as the heart chakra, it is located at the center of the chest and includes the heart, cardiac plexus, thymus gland, lungs, and breasts. It also rules the lymphatic system. The Sanskrit word for the fourth chakra is Anahata, which means “unstruck” or “unhurt.” The name implies that beneath the hurts and grievances of past experiences lies a pure and spiritual place where no hurt exists.   

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Love your tummy! Listen to your gut

Your 3rd Chakra, your Solar Plexus is also called Manipura.Manipura translates from Sanskrit into “lustrous gem.” Located around the stomach and navel, the area of the solar plexus and up to the breastbone. It is a source of personal power and governs self-esteem and the power of transformation. The Manipura chakra also controls metabolism and digestion.

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