Thursday, October 13, 2016

Animal chakras: brachial

Old dogs sit in a peculiar way. They don't relax their upper bodies and they're stiff around the shoulders. This gets extreme during thunderstorms and weather change. Maybe the explanation is the brachial chakra's functioning?(1)

The only problem I have with this idea is that I've seen the heavily encrusted skin between the shoulderblades in many dogs, which makes it the heart or thymus chakra. 'They don't need a 'new' chakra explanation then.

Also in all animals the uptake of energy in the right hip and the exit from the left is just matched by the upper limbs. There are the same g spots in humans.

A good attempt though to find a difference between healing two and four legged creatures. But I'm afraid the Ida and Pingala might just explain it better.

Some bits I liked:

The Brachial chakra is located on either side of the body, in the area of the shoulders.  It is the main energy centre in all animals and links directly to all other chakras. 

It is the centre which relates to animal-human interaction and any healing should always begin at this chakra. 

Animals which have a strong, healthy link with their human companions usually have a vibrant Brachial chakra, as it is the centre where the animal-human bond is formed and carried.

The Bud chakras are found one on each foot (pad, paw, hoof, etc) and one on the skin at the base opening of each ear. They are especially receptive to subtle energy vibrations; for example changes in the weather like a thunderstorm, or even impending, major earth events like an earthquake or hurricane. The Bud chakras located in the feet are often used to source areas of energy in the ground which are beneficial to the animal. When they find these areas they may paw the ground before either laying or rolling on the spot (not to be confused with a dog finding something ‘smelly’ to roll in!). Standing on such an area can also help ground an animal.


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