Information: 400 pages, paperback
Author: Patricia Mercer
Back of book says: This definitive guide to chakras provides you with everything you need to know about the subject. It introduces you to auras, subtle energy and chakra balancing and explains the origins of chakras in the Indian tradition. A chapter is devoted to each of the seven major chakras, including comprehensive instructions on how to activate, calm and balance each chakra and step- by-step yoga postures to increase your chakra awareness and encourage the flow of energy through your body. With fascinating information on newly discovered chakras and advanced healing techniques, this book will help you achieve new levels of health, wellbeing and spiritual development.
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Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews5 out of 5 By Rachel NewcombeThis book may be small in size, but its 400 pages are absolutely packed to the brim with all you ever need know about chakras.
Dubbbed, “The Definitive Guide to Working With Chakras,” the book covers the topic in detail and is suitable for both those new to learning about chakras and those who are already familiar with them. The first chapter kicks off with the basics, exploring what chakras are, why they’re important, how they affect us and how they relate to various forms of healing. It’s by no means a brief introduction and instead provides a valuable insight into the world of chakras.
Chapter two to eight are dedicated to exploring each of the chakras in detail. As well as being packed with information, there are also lots of practical ideas, exercises and tips incorporated into the text, so you’ve got things to try out if you wish. For example, there are ideas for crystals you can use to re-balance or activate your chakras, or yoga positions to try and ease any chakras imbalances.
Although most people are only familiar with seven chakras, there are now believed to be more, and the book reveals what these are, where they’re located and what they do. There’s also an interesting chapter looks at how the chakras are viewed by other beliefs and traditions and a practical chapter dealing with healing with chakras, which great if you want to put new found ideas into practice.
The Chakra Bible really does live up to its name. If you’re only buying one book on chakras, then you’ll get a wealth of information if you buy this one.