Both we and our dogs have not only a physical body, but also an energy body. The latter is, of course, very subtle, does not have a visible form or mass, but it is of great importance in the context of our well-being, health and behavior. Energy centers (also known as chakras) are places in the body that sort of connect these two spheres (physical and energetic), being responsible for energizing individual areas in the body. Their action can be disturbed by various factors and thus “materialize” in the form of certain “undesirable” behaviors, as well as organ dysfunctions. In our case, even our thoughts and unsupportive beliefs can lead to a disorder of their functioning (i tell you more about it in my course).
I am very pleased that this topic is increasingly being discussed by scientists who are open to exploring such issues, and that nowadays the action of esoter-associated chakras is already translated into scientific language. If you want to hear about this issue from the mouth of a scientist, I invite you to follow the work and discover Dr. Joe Dispenzy. In this video, he talks about it from his perspective.
Dog’s energy centers
Below I would like to share with you such a general explanation of how to recognize when the functioning of a particular energy center with us or our dog is balanced and when disturbed. Of course, I use large “acronyms” and labels here, so please think of it only as such signposts that will help you enter this extraordinary world of the realm, which, although invisible, is often the source of what we see in our material world. As you may see, chakra disruption is often associated with the fact that we see one side or the other of the intensity of the chakra (after all, no extreme is ever a good thing for us).
DISTURBED: anxiety, nervousness, defense of resources
BALANCED: expressing emotions freely, with balance
DISTURBED: withdrawal or excessive excitement, separation anxiety
SOLAR WEAVE CHAKRA
DISTURBED: intimidation, “self-confidence”
BALANCED: friendly attitude towards people, being a “loving” dog
DISTURBED: emotional withdrawal, keeping the caregiver and other people at bay
BALANCED: constructive expression of one’s needs
DISTURBED: excessive barking or lack of “asking” for your
THIRD EYE CHAKRA
BALANCED: ability to make your own decisions, being more independent
DISTURBED: excessive reliance on the caregiver, the desire to constantly play, play, have fun!
BALANCED: self-awareness and its role in the world
DISTURBED: lack of sense of “fit” into your environment
BALANCED: effective communication with other dogs, safety
DISTURBED: nervousness, anxiety
BALANCED: free communication with Nature, energy exchange
DISTURBED: feeling insecurity, disturbed proprioception
It is a special chakra responsible for building a bond based on trust with man. It is worth considering it by doing TTouch.
Human energy centers
In addition to them, the ear chakra and the nasal chakra are also distinguished.
BALANCED: a sense of security, stability
DISTURBED: low self-esteem, financial problems, highly materialistic
BALANCED: the joy of life, vitality
DISTURBED: lack of desire to live, lack of creativity, guilt
SOLAR WEAVE CHAKRA
BALANCED: confidence, assertiveness, strong will
DISTURBED: susceptibility to influence, inability to set their limits
BALANCED: unconditional love, compassion, empathy
DISTURBED: insensitive to the wrongs of others, inability to express higher feelings, but also excessive desire to help others and forget about oneself.
BALANCED: healthy expression of your emotions, opinions, yourself, creativity
DISTURBED: excessive talk or problem with self-expression and opinion, impaired communication
THIRD EYE CHAKRA
BALANCED: intuition, “sixth sense”, perceptiveness
DISTURBED: distracted attention, closing in on your intuition
BALANCED: intellect, openness, contact with the “higher Self”
DISTURBED: excessive attachment to one’s views, intolerance, feeling lost and disoriented in life