Among the 7 chakras, the laryngeal is what makes the bridge between the physical and spiritual world, where what you will express will end up showing your knowledge and positioning towards life and, finally, you will establish the friendships that will surround you at this moment because they will be those who accept or think the same as you.
by Nína O’Farrell Singing is something we can all do at any time. It’s an amazing way to reconnect with ourselves, lift our vibration level and create waves of joy in and around us. We’re all carrying around this great instrument that’s just waiting to be of service.
Feet are the support base of our body, they work all day and therefore deserve special care and rest, even if they were made to withstand the pressure exerted by the weight of the body. However, we rarely stop to think about how hard our feet work and that we should give them some special care. This usually only happens when we start to feel pain, develop calluses or other problems. One way to end problems and prevent future discomfort is through daily massage of our feet before bed. This hab...
Now we invite you to learn more about the Anahata, or the Heart Chakra. Anahata, from Hindu, means the “secret chamber of the heart”. This chakra is found in the center of the chest, in the heart field as its name suggests, its connection is direct with the Thymus gland.
Last week we built on the 'solid foundation' of the Muladhara or Root Chakra moving up to the Sadhistana or Sacral Chakra exploring this centre of our 'true identity' and the importance of 'clear boundaries' and also the 'practice of forgiveness'. Today we take look at the 'Solar Plexus' or Manipura meaning 'lustrous GEM' in Sanskrit.
Last week we started our journey through our 7 Solaris ‘Be Better’ Chakra Teas in association with wonderful yogini Kerstin Linnartz. We discussed the wonderful grounding and stabilising effect of the Root Chakra or Muladhara. Today we are going to explore the second chakra and the wonderful herbs in our Solaris ‘I Feel’ Sacral Chakra tea that helps to balance it
We have been asked to develop resilience in very challenging times. We have had to develop compassion and unity in the trickiest of circumstances. We have chosen to adapt and use our inner and outer resources to get them to where they needed most. Most of all we have been asked to open our hearts and reach out and truly reflect on the richness of our diversity.So pause a moment and take a deep breath when you are close to a Hawthorn tree today. Or visualise one in your mind's eye.
Today I would like to share with you some insights about the Root Chakra or Muladhara in Sanskrit. Mula meaning root and Adhara meaning foundation and stability. The Root Chakra helps us to stay grounded and deeply connect with the earth and provides a strong foundation of support and stability from which we can really connect to our physicality and vitality.
The word Chakras comes from Sanskrit and means ‘wheels’ or ‘disks’. According to Eastern religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism, they are centers of energy that govern our physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual stability. But why their balance is so important and how to balance them?
Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) is one of my all-time favourite herbs due to its wonderful benefits. Besides the Nettle Soup, another recipe I love at this time of the year is Sting Nettle Infusion which is a highly nutritive tonic that nourishes your body with trace minerals and vitamin K as well as many antioxidants. Learn how to easily make yours.
Developing and maintaining positive energy involves more than merely thinking happy thoughts. It is the anticipation of good and it is the belief that all things — situations, obstacles, and difficulties — will work out favorably in the end. But how can we do it?