At this late hour on day 9 of the 21 days of chakra balancing, cleansing, exploring, and/or focusing it’s occurred to me that it’s time to open that heart. To make space for all the self-care, intimacy, and compassion you can handle.
Again, what you intend, what you put into this program is what you’ll receive. Is the daily effort worth your time? Are you worth your time? Absolutely.
As soon as I begin to consider the heart chakra my mind wanders to Quan Yin the goddess of great compassion for self and for others. Accepting everyone where they’re at knowing it’s the perfect space for them. The timing is always perfect. No need to rush, feel guilty, shame, or criticize. It’s all perfect 💚. She is the embodiment of what it means to be open hearted, well for me anyways.
That being said let’s move on to the exploration of our hearts center.
What are our ideal foods? How can we feed our body to nourishing this chakra and it’s dynamic needs? Leafy greens! The leafier the better! Opening kindly and gently just the way we want our hearts to mirror.
Balance! Do you have it in this chakra? If yes you’ll find yourself to be mostly caring, compassionate, empathetic, accepting, self-loving, peaceful, centered, and content. 💚
The excesses. Maybe you’re finding codependant relationships, excersizing poor boundaries, jealous, or being a martyr or a pleaser to often.
The deficiencies. You’ve become anti-social or withdrawn, critical or intolerant, lonely, isolated, have a lack of empathy or a fear of intimacy.
Balancing chakras can be something we spend the rest of our lives doing depending on situations and life changes.
If the excesses and deficiencies discourage you know there is help.
💚 in health and wellness