Monthly Archives: August 2014

Chakras

Understanding Your Financial Story Through The Chakras

Do you know if your financial story is affecting your physical body? Your chakras can tell you how you are doing.

Chakras are emotional centres that are located at specific points along your spine. For example the base chakra is located at your tailbone and rules money support system and foundation. If you are feeling a bit wobbly financial but are unwilling to acknowledge it, your body will show it for you.

The way it works is, our thoughts are downloaded and affect our emotional state. “I don’t know if I will have enough money to make it this month.” This leaves us with a depressed feeling, we feel down and stressed. The stress produces hormones that affect our physical body. We end up with discomfort in our legs, feet anus and colon. The sciatic nerves that run down into our legs will produce pain depending on the amount of anger we feel along with the fear and worry.

Take the time and look at your lower extremities and see what your body is telling you that you are uncomfortable seeing. Oh and constipation is a really powerful signal of someone who holds on to money because they are afraid there isn’t enough. Drop by my website

Take the time and look at your lower extremities and see what your body is telling you that you are uncomfortable seeing. Oh and constipation is a really powerful sign of someone who holds on to money because they are afraid there isn’t enough. Drop by my website www.soniahaynes.com I will be doing an online class introducing you to your chakras.

o-happy-facebook

Search For Happiness It Is Worth It

I had a dream that I went into the underground to search for the light. As I went, I came upon many frightening personalities. I ended up in a building where a boy child who had gone in before me, found his way out through a tiny hole in the wall and took it. He was not happy to be in that place of dimmed light and pathways that challenged him to navigate. In the dream, he took the way out and as he did so, I saw the little man. He was powder white from head to toe. His hair was like Albert Einstein. He looked like the plastic trolls that kids used to play with. I reached down grabbed his head, between my thumb and forefinger, he was that small. “How do I navigate a world that seems to be shrinking?”, I asked him. All the good seemed as if it was being sucked out of the world as we know it. How do we make it to the other side of this challenge?

I woke up as I got the answer. The way is not to seek paths to overcome pain, it is to seek the light in our dark places. It is to recognize true happiness. Not the happiness that comes from delirium, but the type of happiness that we found when we were little. When life challenged us and we found a place in a meadow where we were able to listen to the wind and image ourselves floating with the cloud. I do remember those days. I remember feeling like everything was within reach of my possibility. I felt I could reach up to the diamond studded, black velvet sky and touch it.

We are each seeking the way to happiness. To be able to settle into our beds and not worry about anything. We are seeking to find the place over the rainbow that Judy Garland sang so ardently about. Does it exist? I believe so. As I found in my dream, it exists in the underworld, the space within our psyche. There is no other place for it to be. It does not exist in the drugs that we take, nor does it exist in our shopping binges. The craziness that we embrace does not hold the happiness we seek. Happiness exists within our own sadness. It is the beautiful hum within the din of a chaotic life. It is the quiet place we are so afraid to embrace because we fear boredom. I promise you that this easy going, slow moving, light filled, cosy place called happiness is by no means boring. It is filled with wonder. We can chase a rainbow to find its end. We will be able to enjoy the moments with friends and family without the exhausting ruckus that we feel we have to stir up to hide from the quiet.

My challenge to you is to dig up a moment from your childhood where you felt at one with everything. I promise you will find the zone and experiencing a genius moment.

Imagine what would happen if all the countries at war at the moment stopped for one day to enjoy the stillness that comes from being happy. Because it exists beneath the din of fear. All peoples and countries that fight with each other are afraid. They are not strong, nor are they powerful. They are afraid that the other side is not hearing them. If we stopped to hear. Wait for it… Wait for it… There. There is the stillness that creates happiness in our lives.

Create happiness within your life and you can help the rest of the world find peace.