Chakra clearing for kids

Chakras have been central to many ancient healing practices for centuries. They are like funnels that radiate energy out from the spinal column and, when balanced, allow us to feel healthy and in flow.

If you’re like most people, you will have learnt about chakras through the practice of yoga. Most teachings about the chakra system available today are based on the Indian Tantra yoga tradition and are believed to be around 3000 years old.

It’s through yoga that we get the Sanskrit definition of chakra — “wheel” — which describes the spinning motion the chakras use to draw energy into our beings. This tradition also explains that the seven chakra centres in the body act a bit like lungs, breathing in vital energy and distributing it throughout the body.

But chakras aren’t something that need to be explored and understood exclusively by an adult mind. The chakra system can be taught to children, especially as a wonderful way

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