Last week (around December 02 at 4am Mountain Time when I was doing meditation). The guides said that I need to work with the client’s to balance their Chakra by using the client’s own vocabulary dictionary meaning of the words. Everyone’s personal vocabulary dictionary is based off of their own life experiences and it’s not necessarily the Webster dictionary definition. Basically don’t use the color scheme or anything else that is currently associated with each Chakra (crystal, aromatherapy, Angel, planet etc.). If the client doesn’t know the location of each Chakra then tell them.
- Root – located between the Anus and Penis/Vagina
- Sacral – located just below the belly button – the whole pelvic region
- Solar Plexus is located above the belly button and below where the ribs form the V – the whole upper stomach area
- Heart – the whole chest area
- Throat – the whole Throat
- Third-eye – the brain area
- Crown – the top of the head – where the soft spot was when we were younger
The STEPS: NOTE: there is no right answer or wrong answer, there is only a YOU ANSWER. The answers the client will be YES, NO or MAYBE, just like if you used a pendulum to check your Chakras to see if they are balanced.
- STEP 1: Starting with the ROOT Chakra, ask the client to focus where it is located and for them to describe it – the 1st thought that comes to their mind. This can be a texture, color, scent, memory, picture, a word, crystal, a saying etc.
- STEP 2: Whatever the description, ask the client: “Does that represents balance to them – does it feel right – does anything need to be done?“
- STEP 3: If the client says it feels right, then move onto the next Chakra (repeat the question in Step 1 with the next Chakra)
NOTE: from testing this on clients, if they answer with “I get nothing, no picture, feeling etc., it’s blank”, this appears to mean there is nothing that needs to be done with the Chakra as it is actually balanced.
- STEP 4: If the client hums and haws, ask if that it is a MAYBE answer for needing to be balanced / right because it might actually need another Chakra(s) to be balanced first, which will balance it at the same time. Or it can mean that it’s fine in this moment but might need attention later on. Move onto the next Chakra (repeat the question in Step 1 with the next Chakra).
- STEP 5: If the client says it doesn’t feel right, then ask the client: “WHAT DO YOU NEED TO PUT INTO IT TO MAKE IT BALANCE / RIGHT?” If they pause, ask them: “What is the first thing that comes to their mind?“.
Remind them that THERE IS NO RIGHT ANSWER, OR WRONG ANSWER, THERE IS ONLY A YOU ANSWER.
- STEP 6: From the answer the client gives in Step 5, ask the client to picture what the fix is and to feel it balancing the Chakra, as you then go into detail for the client in feeling it, the vibration of it etc. to touch every organ within that Chakra region by using your intuition to what they see.
FOR EXAMPLE: if the client gives a memory of a beach scene they loved and visited sometime ago, then feel the sand between their toes and feeling how the top portion of the sand is warm and underneath is cooler, taking a handful of the sand and letting it go thru their fingers and feeling those grains of sands as they pass thru the fingers, feeling the heat of the sun on their body, seeing the blue of the sky, hearing the gentle lapping sound of the ocean, the sound of the sea gulls etc. Describe it in detail how it feels, smells, sees etc.
NOTE: if the client gives a word for the “fix” then have that word and it’s essence and vibration touch each organ that is within that Chakra region, feel the word soak into the organ with the energy/vibration of it infusing the organ and the whole Chakra.
Repeat step 1 to 6 for each Chakra
Doing these steps the client actually balances their Chakra’s really fast. As a client stated to me, that this was the easiest thing to do because trying to follow what is currently documented felt confusing and didn’t always make sense. This is why the guides said using the client’s vocabulary dictionary meaning (not the Webster dictionary or currently what is documented) will bring more value to them. The guides said that the current documentation was more like an introductory level teaching to get the population to be on the same page and focus on it, until we reach the tipping point for taking it to the next level. What are your results?