Mapping your Energy Body

Every one of us knows something about our physical bodies. We have knowledge of where different organs are located and about basic care and hygiene to stay in good health. We also know when to see a doctor when something doesn’t feel right.

Yet, how many of us know about our energy body? Many people may have all heard of the word ‘aura’ but not completely understand what it means or is describing.

For years, western doctors claimed that we had no energy field—that nothing could exist around the human body. They dismissed energy healers as quacks but nowadays it’s not even up for debate if an energy field exists. It is a scientific fact.

This is due to the invention of tools with greater sensitivities and abilities to see things that scientists were previously unable to. For example, the SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) magnetometer can see small bio magnetic fields associated with physiological activities in the body. Instruments that most people are more familiar with are EKG devices (Electrocardiogram) and the EMC (Electromagnetic Cardiogram). These devices measure the magnetic outputs of the brain and the heart.

We have come a long way from the time when scientists used to dismiss energy healing as nonsense; and as more time passes, scientists continue to create connections between fields like Biology, Physics, and the human body’s energy field.

The energy body is comprised of many different sections. There are the layers of the energy body which are connected to specific chakras, which is an ancient Sanskrit word for the ‘wheel of spinning energy.’ Chakras are spinning wheels of energy located throughout our body, with seven main ones that connect to the different layers of our energy body. In addition, these systems are linked together with meridians, but we won’t get into those today.

Sometimes these bodies have different names, but the way to identify them is by recognizing the chakras they are connected to. There are seven main energy bodies that are connected to the seven main chakras. (There are many other layers of the energy body, each with its own set of chakras and meridians [also known as energy superhighways]).


  1. Etheric body-Root Chakra

This is the first body, the closest to the physical body and is usually a bluish grey in color. This section of the body has a lot to do with survival, home and grounding.

  1. Emotional body-Sacral Chakra

Second in from the etheric body is the emotional body, in this a skilled practitioner can see a person’s emotions and feels.

  1. Mental body-Solar Plexus Chakra

This body shows as a bright yellow color and it registers a person’s thoughts, mental processes and ego.

  1. Astral body- Heart Chakra

About mid-way through these layers is the astral body, this layer acts as a bridge between the higher spiritual vibrations in the crown and the third eye and the lower denser spiritual vibrations of the physical body. In this body, we create astral cords- connections with other people. This is also where our interaction with other humans take place.

  1. Etheric template/double body – Throat Chakra

In this body, a person’s personality and overall energy are visible. It can vary in color.

  1. Celestial body – Third Eye Chakra

This body offers us access to greater knowledge and wisdom from the universe. It is usually pearly white in color and it is here that we find a connection to the divine and all other beings.

  1. Ketheric template/causal body – Crown Chakra

This is the body that is the furthest away from our physical body and it registers gold in color. It holds information about our soul and past lifetimes.

Each of these chakras and energy layers can become blocked through emotional or physical stress. For example, issues of sexual health are often related to the Sacral Chakra being blocked. A variety of events can lead to a person having such issues, however it can be solved easily through intervening with one’s energy.

In the beginning, we are all in control of our energy body. By giving the energy body the right amount of nourishment through food (i.e. lots of veggies, fruits, and minimal junk food), water, time in nature, and time in contemplation through meditation or other practices for relaxing, we can care for the energy body and therefore our physical body, thus stave off illness. However, often things beyond our control, such as stress in work or life, accidents, or even just negative habits we have developed over time without realizing it, can negatively impact or energetic and therefore physical health.

A skilled practitioner can identify any issues within the energy body quickly and resolve energetic issues. The most commonly known and practiced form of energy healing is known as Reiki, a healing art that originated in Japan. People who practice this form of healing train for many years to become skilled. However, there are many forms of energy healing that are also very effective, sometimes stronger, though lesser known. Energy healers, because they are practiced and can see things that many regular physicians can’t, are able to solve or significantly improve the problems of physical and emotional health without the need for drugs, invasive procedures, and the awful side effects.

If you are suffering from any types of physical or emotional issues that just aren’t responding to the treatment of traditional Western medicine, check out our energy healing services here (Energy Healing)!


5 Surprising Traits That Make a Good Leader

Is one of your goals to become a good, respected leader in your organization community, or niche? When we think of good leaders, we often think of an inherent charisma, confidence, a commanding presence and the ability to think and make decisions quickly and effectively.

But there are other ways to distinguish them from the rest, some ways not as apparent or as easy to identify on the surface. Indeed, these may even startle you by how counter-intuitive they seem. Here are 5 unexpected attributes of a good leader that will help you to build your leadership skills.

1. Embraces imperfection
A great leader understands that every moment is an opportunity to improve and get better at who she is and what she does. As Spencer Johnson says in his book, ‘Who Moved My Cheese’, “If you do not change, you can become extinct!” Much of this desire to improve is driven by a need to overcome personal drawbacks and challenges.

Good leaders are constantly assessing themselves to see where they fall short and consistently applying effort to fill in the gaps. They are able to see clearly, through introspection, the things that they need to work on, and, rather than look away, are willing to meet and overcome the challenges head on.

2. Understands the value of collaboration
In this day and age, effective leadership demands a more collaborative approach, one that is able to pool together divergent viewpoints, and focus them into a singular direction to meet specific goals.

A good leader understands the value of horizontal leadership and cross-transfer of skills. She also comprehends that the best way to achieve this is by motivating and inspiring team members and peers. She knows that total control is a fallacy, especially when achieved by fear and blind ambition.

3. Knows that good leadership is a daily habit
The best leaders show up on a day-to-day basis to create those eventual shining moments. They understand that success very rarely happens by sheer luck and is often the result of a combination of opportunity, passion, and consistent work, applied daily. It is easy to throw in the towel when things get tough, but perseverance is the backbone of many a great leader.

4. Always ready for change
A good leader is a surprisingly talented change manager. She understands that being ready to create change is vital to staying relevant. Often times this requires an ability to take risks, feeling the fear and doing it anyway.

Change is often the hardest for many to deal with, particularly in the face of the unknown and far-reaching consequences. Good leaders on the other hand are able to ride the tide with proactive evaluation and calculated risk taking.

5. Authentic
A good leader is not afraid to display authenticity in her interactions with others. When one is authentic, she is what she says she is, and what she shows herself to be. People are unlikely to trust a person who doesn’t seem real to them. Authenticity shines especially bright when accompanied by honesty, integrity and concern for others.

10 Ways Daily Mediation Can Improve Your Life

10 Ways Daily Mediation Can Improve Your Life

Meditation has become a common practice used by people from all walks of life who have heard about its amazing benefits. It has been popularized by celebrities, entrepreneurs and app that provide guided meditation sessions.

The increased popularity of meditation is great for both individuals and for society because it has many physical and mental benefits which are backed up by scientific studies. Here are 10 ways that daily meditation can improve your life.

1. Improved Focus
As spiritual teacher A.C Bhaktivedanta Swam said, “You should not be carried away by the dictation of the mind, but the mind should be carried by your dictation.” Meditation calms your mind, which allows you to focus and direct your thoughts more effectively. With a focused mind, you can become a powerful creator of your dreams, all the way to manifestation.

2. Inspired Ideas
Through meditation, you can contemplate questions and your pure focus in the meditative state can help you to quickly arrive at answers and new ideas, which makes it a great tool for brainstorming. It’s amazing how ideas, epiphanies and information already available to you is allowed to flow easily when in a meditative state.

3. A Relaxed State
Meditation helps to relax your body and mind, helping you to remain calm throughout the day. You will also get more quality sleep, have better dreams, and wake up refreshed and ready to face the day. Doing this even once per day for a short period of time helps to reduce stress levels and overall wellness of the mind, body and spirit.

4. Better Relationships
Meditation helps to create a clearer state of mind and greater understanding of all sides to a situation or circumstance. In this state, small things that might normally upset you will not affect you as much. Instead, with your ego and emotions set aside, you will focus on the bigger picture and begin to find the proper solutions. You will also be kinder to yourself and to others over time with a regular meditation regimen.

5. Stress Management
Meditation is a natural way of preventing and relieving anxiety, panic, anger, fear, and depression and it also reduces blood pressure. After just a few minutes of meditation, you can calm your mind, body and spirit and the wonderful result is reduced stress. For best results, meditate for at least 20 minutes daily.

6. Relief from Grief
Meditation can help to relieve feelings of grief and loss by focusing the mind on the present rather than past events. It can also give you solace in allowing you to see the bigger picture, whatever that may be for you and your loss. Depending on the type of meditation you’re doing, it can also provide you with a opportunity for closure.

7. Elimination of Addictive Behaviors
With the help of meditation, people have been able to stop addictive behaviors such as smoking and live healthier lifestyles. Meditation can be a great vehicle for healing, which is usually the core necessity in these behaviors. Different types of meditation can be used to facilitate this type of healing and have significant results.

8. Health Benefits
Meditation has many health benefits. It can relieve physical and emotional pain and boost the immune system, among many other things. By reducing stress, it also helps to prevent heart attacks and some believe it can even protect against Alzheimer’s and Dementia.

9. More Success
Practicing meditation can lead to more success in your work life. With a focused and calm mind, you will be better equipped to face and solve challenges and to accomplish the things you want in your career. Many people who meditate regularly also experience more motivation to achieve their goals and hit the ground running.

10. Better Quality of Life
Those who practice daily meditation feel more fulfillment in their lives because they are better able to balance the various areas of their lives without getting overwhelmed. They are able to stay in the moment more often and not worry as much about the past or the future. This leads to greater enjoyment and appreciation of life in the now.

For more information about meditation and learning how to take advantage of these benefits, click here.

Feel free to comment below and share your experiences with meditation and any other benefits you’ve received 🙂