As many of you know, I created a deck of cards - Beyond the Chakra Oracle Cards - designed to assist you in balancing your energy centres, those within and outside of your body. Did you know that each one of the 12 energy centres or chakras are influenced by your emotional, spiritual and physical well-being? Most often, the physical pain or discomfort you are feeling can be traced back to an emotional issue you are going through at this moment in time. Even more common with chronic pain, especially that pain that Doctors can’t seem to find out why you are having it, is deep rooted trauma which could have happened early in your life and you have tucked away that memory in your subconscious mind. Sometimes, it can be cell memory that is carried over into this lifetime from a previous lifetime. Wow! There doesn’t seem to be any running away from those thoughts as they will eventually manifest in something physical.
Okay, more about the Chakras later. For now, I will draw a card for something we all can focus on during this week ahead. Well, the winner is Root Chakra and what a perfect place to start. This card reads as follows, “The rich and the poor have the same problem…neither feel they ever have enough money! Placing all your focus on having more can block your view of how to bring abundance into your life Be willing to give, whether it is one or your time, to help someone else, and soon you will find the Universe is sending more of the same back to you.”
It is important to remember what you think you create. Focusing on those bills and your lack of income does not bring more into your life. Instead visualize the money coming in to pay the bills, buy what it is you need and you will find you are open to new ways of doing things and opportunities that are presented to you. The best way to bring abundance into your life is to give to others. It doesn’t have to be money, it can be as simple as holding the door open for someone, a smile, a kind word or the seat on the bus. Pass along an act of kindness this week instead of worrying about what you don’t have and see what a difference it makes in your world and those around you.