The physical body is surrounded by an energy field; it normally extends as far as your outstretched arms. Very healthy or highly evolved spiritual people have a much larger energy field, stressed or sick people have a much smaller field.

If you are under stress or sick you use much more energy, and the quickest means for your body to get that energy is from your energy field, causing the energy field to become smaller. If you are very healthy, highly evolved, or an old soul you know from your life experiences that worry does more harm than good, and you are more likely to draw on your faith and go with the flow.

Your energy field is highly sensitive, and like a radio antenna it picks up and transmits messages to and from those around you. We are constantly in communication with everything around us, and with practice we can become very intuitive. Most therapists are able to fine-tune this ability, in other words they tune in to their clients.

Every organ of our body has it's own specific frequency and draws it's energy from the chakra that vibrates within that frequency. Chakras are a main component of the aura and each penetrates the other, they are wheel like spinning vortexes. The whirling motion forms a vacuum in the center that draws in energy, which is vibrating at its own vibrational rate. Like attracts like!

The word chakra is a Sanskrit word meaning wheel; there are seven major chakras, and many more secondary chakras. They seem to act as step-down transformers for the higher frequency subtle energies, which are then converted into chemical, hormonal, and cellular changes in the physical body.

When, because of stress or worry our chakras are low in energy that organ does not receive the energy it needs to function correctly. Over time if the situation is not resolved it may contribute to the development of illness. By measuring the frequency of our chakras we can see if they are working correctly and if our body is in balance, or in tune.

Our cells are like miniature computers where all our experiences are recorded; therefore our emotional re-action to a childhood experience may as an adult cause us to re-act either negatively or positively when that memory is triggered in the future. Positive experiences may manifest as a confirmation of our own power or ability. Negative memories may cause us fear or anger. Your mind is in every cell of your body!

The memories that we carry from our childhood experiences reflect the image of our perception of our world, and our place in it. Each chakra is related to a specific psychological function and is personal to each person according to his or her life experiences. Experiences carry emotional energy. The emotions from past experiences become embedded in the cellular memory, and not only affect our cell tissue but relate to our emotional well-being.

Each chakra is related to certain life lessons or life experiences, and can be reflections of past and/or present relationships, traumatic experiences and memories. Instilled belief patterns and attitudes, (including parental, religious, and superstitious).


Root Chakra: Lessons related to the material world, and our stability and safety.

Sacral Chakra: Lessons related to sexuality, work, motivation, creativity and joy.

Solar Plexus: Lessons related to our, self-respect, self-esteem, and personality.

Heart Chakra: Lessons related to love (of self, and others) forgiveness, and compassion.

Throat Chakra: Lessons related to self-expression, power, and will.

Brow Chakra: Lessons related to mind, intuition, insight, and wisdom.

Crown Chakra: Lessons related to spirituality and connection to our own higher self.