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Simple Techniques to Unblock Your Chakras

Chakra healing is a science that has been around for hundreds of years and is finally making a comeback in modern medicine. Trending all through blogs, Pinterest and even The Dr. Oz Show, many are looking to learn as much as they can about their Chakras in order to promote healing in their bodies and overall healthy living.

But with so much information out there on all seven Chakras, how to actually get started can seem overwhelming. Because of that, I created a very simple and easy-to-use daily cleansing process.

Now you can stop searching through endless articles and jump right into full body healing! Read on to learn which of your Chakras are blocked and what you can do to fix it.

What Are the Chakras?

Chakras are located down our back from the top of our head to the base of our spine. The word Chakra is Sanskrit for wheel. These wheels are the seven centers in our body through which all energy flows. If any Chakra is blocked, then energy cannot flow freely, thus disrupting our body's natural flow, causing emotional and physical ailments.

The seven Chakras are, from the bottom, the Root Chakra, Sacral Chakra, Solar Plexus Chakra, Heart Chakra, Throat Chakra, Third Eye Chakra and the Crown Chakra.

Each of these Chakras is directly related to a part of the body and thus affect our overall health. From our digestive system to our fertility to our intuition, it is vital to keep these energy wheels clear and open to allow our body to function as it was designed.

Various things can block our Chakras. The most common are diet, negative thoughts, stress, and sedentary lifestyle. By implementing just a few simple changes in our lives, we can easily unblock all seven of our Chakras and drastically improve our physical and emotional well-being.

Which of Your Chakras are Blocked?

Obviously, the first step to healing any ailment is to determine where the problem lies. The same is true for blocked Chakras. Before we can focus on unblocking specific Chakras, we need to figure out which wheels are blocked. You may discover that many are blocked or you might find you only have one or two that need clearing.

In order to recognize which, if any, of your Chakras are blocked, take a look at the list below. Decide if any symptoms describe you. If so, note the Chakra with which the symptom is associated. Those are the areas you should focus on unblocking.

Physical Symptoms: Constipation, Fatigue
Emotional Symptoms: Spacey, Unsafe

Physical Symptoms
: Painful period, Infertility
Emotional Symptoms: Low sex drive, Creative block

Physical Symptoms: Poor digestion, Low blood sugar
Emotional Symptoms: Low self-esteem, Lack of willpower

HEART CHAKRA Physical Symptoms: Heart disease, High blood pressure
Emotional Symptoms: Lack of empathy, Fear of intimacy

THROAT CHAKRA Physical Symptoms: Thyroid problem, Sore throat
Emotional Symptoms: Can't express feelings, Heart and mind are disconnected

THIRD EYE CHAKRA Physical Symptoms: Headaches, Hormonal imbalance
Emotional Symptoms: Poor intuition, Depression

CROWN CHAKRA Physical Symptoms: Poor sleep habits
Emotional Symptoms: Difficult to meditate, Bodily disconnect

Simple Steps to Unblock Your Chakras

Now that you know which Chakras you need to focus on, it is time to take action and cleanse them with the four simple steps I explain in Daily Chakra Cleansing: Simple Techniques to Achieve Whole Body Wellness.

In it you will find:

  • A quick overview of the Chakra system 
  • Checklists to determine in minutes which of your Chakras are blocked 
  • Easy-to-implement unblocking techniques to add to your daily routine 
  • Basic exercises to improve overall health 
  • Affordable dietary additions for any lifestyle and so much more! 

Buy now and receive a FREE downloadable Chakra Cleansing Cheat Sheet!


  1. Wow I tried this and it is amazing.... I feel rejuvenated!

  2. Great read!
    The mantras are beautiful and differently a quick way to open up the chakras.

  3. How do you pronounce Ng in the mantras?

    1. It is pronounced just as it would be at the end of the English words "long" or "sing" ( Some believe it may be pronounced more like "neeng." Either way, you are looking for the tongue position against the roof of your mouth, which both pronunciations provide. Hope this helps!

  4. My Crown Shakra definitely needs some help. I don't sleep well right now. It could be my 8 month old causing my sleep issues though lol. Its worth a try.


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