Introduction to Animal Chakras

January 20, 2010 by  
Filed under Alternative Healing

Blogging with Lynn McKenzie

 

Chakras are energy vortices or portals located in various locations throughout the body, and are vehicles for receiving, assimilating and expressing life force energy. They can be considered a ‘map of consciousnesses' of an individual animal.

It is important to note that all life force energy is filtered into an animal's energetic body through these portals and is eventually funneled, via the meridians, into the endocrine system (which consists of various glands) and this is how it ends up impacting them on a physical level. The degree to which the chakras of our animal companions are healthy and balanced plays a large part in how this life force energy reaches them.

If you have questions or comments about this subject, please reply to this blog.

Thank you,
Lynn

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11 Responses to “Introduction to Animal Chakras”
  1. Jane says:

    Lynn,
    Thank you for your time and knowledge. I think I have just one more question. Would you say something about “healing crises?” We talk about people sometimes having an uncomfortable response to healing while the body works toward homeostasis. Do animals ever experience this, and if so, what are some indications that they are, and how might we help them through this transition time?

    Jane

    • Hi Jane

      I think of a healing crisis as something that happens after taking a rememdy such as a homeopathic etc. Since I don’t work with any remedies other than flower essences (which don’t cause them) I have not seen healing crises in animals that have resulted due to the healing work I do with them. There is such thing as a healing crisis that is based on emotional clearing but animals generally don’t get them as they don’t hold on to emotions the way humans do. They are very willing and quick to clear their emotional body when given the assistance.

      At the end of all my sessions I perform an ‘energetic detox’ to clear out any remianing non beneficial energies.

      I hope that helps.

      Lynn

  2. Jane says:

    Lynn,

    I hope it is ok: I have another question.

    I have observed that one of my cats I rescued from the roadside has behaviors that I associate with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. I’m wondering if you have noticed particular patterns of chakra imbalance or other specific imbalances that might generally be associated with PTSD. If so, how do the patterns compare between cats, dogs, and people.

    Thank you, Lynn.

    • Hi Jane

      I always work beings on an individual basis as each one is so unique but to give you a general ‘recipe’ from what you learned yesterday, I would work on the Root, Heart, Sensing and Crown. There are some minor chakras that come into play but you would need the more detailed training to work with them.

      I hope this gives you some direction!

      Many blessings,
      Lynn

  3. Jane says:

    Thank you for the extra effort, Lynn. The “poof” must have been one of the strange computer occurrences we were discussing at the beginning of your talk . . .

    And when a circuit is “switched off” (or interrupted?) for whatever reason, the results can manifest in perceiving or relaying information incorrectly? Do I understand that? What other ways do switched off circuits manifest? Dyslexia on the physical level possibly? Are there other manifestations and on other levels? Could you give some examples? I am thinking of both people and animals.

    Thank you, Lynn.

    • Hi Jane

      Usually being switched off means that things are reversed so you would get a ‘yes’ when the answer was a ‘no’ of dowsing and a strong muscle instead of a weak muscle when muscle testing – that goes for you if you’re self testing, or the client you are muscle testing if you’re testing another. The sky is the limit when thinking about what other manifestations could occur and it could be different for each person.

      Animals can be switched off. There is a technique to check this but I think it would be irresponsible for me to just throw it out there without the accompanying knowledge required.

      Many Blessings,
      Lynn

      • Jane says:

        Thank you, Lynn.

        I understand that “good health” and “good practice” measures such as grounding and the brain gym exercises are key, but are there any “red flags” that may indicate we are switched off despite our efforts? How may we know if we are receiving or sending in reverse?

        I really appreciate your willingness to answer my questions.

        Jane

      • The standard test to see if a brain hemisphere is switched off is a sweeping stroke up the central meridian (from the the pubic bone to the lower lip) in the aura (not hands on the body) should produce a strong muscle when tested, and a downward stroke along the same area should produce a weak muscle when tested. It’s very important to never end on a weak muscle, always end with three stokes up the meridian (again, in the aura).

        There is so much more to all this, I could go on for days if I had the time. I highly recommend further training in it if it is of interest to you.

  4. Jane says:

    Lynn,
    During your presentation today, you mentioned some exercises to help keep polarities balanced. Could you repeat how to find that information, please?

    Also, would you say a little more about the circuits themselves ( for example, is this a reference to meridians or what exactly) and how and why they may be “flipped?”

    Thank you.

    • Hi Jane

      I just typed a very long response to you and somehow not only what I typed but the whole site went ‘poof’ ? so here goes my second try.

      Some of my favorite exercises to keep us balanced are ‘Brain Gym’ exercises which I learned as part of the Educational Kinesiology training I took. My two favorites are the ‘cross crawl’ and ‘Cook’s hookup’ but all of them are wonderful. You can learn more by doing a Google search or reading books about them. I also have a one hour audio which discusses them including how to do them and how they help. You would have to contact me directly through my website for that.

      Grounding is so important and it means being connected to the earth energies. I ground myself regularly and you can learn a technique to do that on my free ‘Making the Heart Connection’ audio course which you can find on the upper right hand side of my home page at http://www.AnimalEnergy.com. I am also sure to center, focus and hydrate myself. Meditation, quieting the mind, intention and of course water helps with all these.

      Many of the healing modalities I have been trained in such as Body Alignment Technique and Touch for Health have check and balances in place for before you begin a session and this is crucial for any healer doing any modality. I am always upset when someone just picks up a pendulum or starts working energetically without any preparation. Your answers and your work are only as good as your preparation.

      The circuits are not the meridians per se but rather a deeper ‘wiring’ in the energy field that can include the meridians. This may sound complex and confusing but it isn’t really. Circuits can be switched by simple things like eating a food you are sensitive to, or by bigger things like experiencing an emotional or physical trauma, and anything in between. What throws the circuits off for one is not the same as for another and this is due to our very delicate and unique energy systems (each of us has a different tolerance rate to things). I have developed a whole healing system for humans and animals that I use to clear the blockages and imbalances and ‘flip the switches back on’. It works on all levels, physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. This kind of work can be very helpful, especially for healers.

      Many Blessings,
      Lynn

      • The standard test to see if a brain hemisphere is switched off is a sweeping stroke up the central meridian (from the the pubic bone to the lower lip) in the aura (not hands on the body) should produce a strong muscle when tested, and a downward stroke along the same area should produce a weak muscle when tested. It’s very important to never end on a weak muscle, always end with three stokes up the meridian (again, in the aura).

        There is so much more to all this, I could go on for days if I had the time. I highly recommend further training in it if it is of interest to you.