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Chakra Balancing with Buddha Teas

Monday, March 2, 2015


The Sanskrit word Chakra translates to wheel or disk. In the practice of Ayurveda,
yoga, and meditation, chakras are the body's wheels of energy that correspond
to major nerve centers. These extensions of our energy are how we exchange energy
with others in our own environment & help make up our own auric field.
Each chakra not only associates with our physical health, but also controls
the health of our mental body, emotional body, and belief system.

There are said to be thousands of chakras in the body (and beyond it), but there are
7 main chakra centers that we can connect to on several different levels. On a physical
level each chakra governs a main gland or organ that is connected to body parts
resonating on the same frequency. This is why it's so important to get in touch with
your chakras, and to understand why and where you may have a block. Blocked chakras
can often lead to illness, and various physical and emotional difficulties. 

There are endless ways to stimulate and balance your chakras. You can achieve this
by vibrating at it's resonating frequency through thoughts, food, visualization, meditation,
gems & minerals, syntonics, clothing, color bathing, aromatherapy, music & dance, 
toning & sounds, art & color, drinking solarized water, recharging by the source of the sun,
and even drinking Buddha Teas!


Buddha Teas believe The best way to stay in touch with your chakras, is through
the power that nature provides. This particular tea is a blend of special herbs attuned
to the third chakra, and the solar plexus energy center.

A delicious blend of USDA organic herbs & spices of rosemary, lemongrass,
orange peel, marshmallow leaf, and ginger root are powerfully infused with the essence
of citrine, inside of a bleach free tea bag.. a-maz-ing! This particular blend is so flavorful,
refreshing and light, I absolutely love it warm or chilled.

Be sure to check out the entire chakra line, as well as the large variety of
tasty teas that Buddah Teas carries here.


The Manipura Chakra (also known as the solar plexus chakra), is the third chakra in the body,
and the center of our emotional being. Located above the navel, this chakra is
responsible for affecting our will, perception of one's self, self-control, self-worth,
self-confidence, and self-esteem. Represented by the color yellow, the Manipura Chakra connects
you to your minds power through mental awareness, & radiates confidence and optimism
when balanced. While this chakra seeks enjoyment and pleasure, it's really all
about who you are, & your purpose in the world.


Signs of imbalance in the Manipura Chakra:
Digestive problems. Weak metabolism. Ulcers. Diabetes. Hypoglycemia.
Constipation. Nervousness. Toxicity. Parasites. Colitis. Poor Memory. 

Ways to stimulate the Manipura Chakra:
Doing mind puzzles. Detoxication programs. Reading informative books.
Drinking and eating yellow food. Taking classes. Meditating and working with yellow
gemstones. Wearing yellow clothing. Using yellow essential oils. 

Solar Plexus Chakra Affirmations:
I love and accept myself.
I stand up for myself.
I am strong and courageous. 
I am worthy of love, kindness, and respect.
I choose the best for myself.
I express myself in a powerful way.
I am proud of my achievements.
I honor my self.
I choose healthy relationships.
I am authentic.
I direct my own life.
I appreciate my strengths.
I feel my own power.
I am free to choose in any situation. 
I seek opportunities for personal and spiritual growth.
I am at peace with myself.


Peace, Love & Yellow Vibes,
xo leleloveleigh

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