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Dog Chakras: The Complete Guide to Doggy Spiritual Healing

Dog Chakras

There’s many ways to improve your dog’s health but here’s one you may have not thought of: Chakra healing.


What’s a Dog Chakra?

The idea of chakras are more of a new age spirituality/holistic concept; however, the it originated in India somewhere between 1500 and 500 BC. Chakras are circular “energetic centers” in the body. Each of the seven chakras are connected to nerve centers and represents a different set of traits. The health of your chakras will dictate your physical, emotional and spiritual health. It is believed that humans and animals alike have chakras.

 

How do Chakras Become “Unhealthy”?

When people refer to unbalanced chakras, they are basically saying one or more of their chakras are not as healthy as they should be. Dogs can get unbalanced chakras by having stress, having anxiety or going through change. It may not seem like dogs can have stress, but just like us, dogs can have general small stresses. Stresses could be from dog training, other animals, visitors, food issues, lack of play, separation anxiety, etc.

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Let’s take a look at the 7 chakras and what they mean.

 

Root Chakra

Color: Red

Crystals: Hematite, carnelian, ruby

Balanced Effects: Feeling safe and secure

Unbalanced Effects: Anxious, nervous, greedy with treats or food



 

Sacral Chakra

Color: Orange

Crystals: Tiger’s eye, Citrine

Balanced Effects: Affectionate and can express emotion

Unbalanced Effects: Unloving, rambunctious, separation anxiety

 

Solar Plexus Chakra

Color: Yellow

Crystals: Citrine

Balanced Effects: Confident and mature

Unbalanced Effects: Shy, aggressive or overly alpha

 

Heart Chakra

Color: Green or Pink

Crystals: Rose quartz or watermelon tourmaline

Balanced Effects: Affectionate, warm, welcomes visitors

Unbalanced Effects: Unaffectionate, fearful (similar to an abused dog)

 

Throat Chakra

Color: Blue

Crystals: Turquoise, Blue Lace Agate

Balanced Effects: Makes you understand what they need by barking only when necessary

Unbalanced Effects: Barking too much, too shy



 

Third Eye Chakra

Color: Indigo

Crystals: Moonstone or Soladite

Balanced Effects: Is able to adapt and act “appropriately” around humans and adapt to human lifestyle.

Unbalanced Effects: Hyper, too dependent on you (for attention, especially)

 

Crown Chakra

Color: Purple

Crystals: Amethyst, Angelite

Balanced Effects: Happy, connected to animals and humans

Unbalanced Effects: Worrying, depression, has anxiety issues, hard to meet ‘dog friends’

 

How to Balance Your Dog’s Chakras

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If you want to get your dog’s chakras balanced by a professional, you can make an appointment with a Reiki practitioner. However, you can also balance your dog’s chakras yourself.

With a healing intention in mind, you can do the following things to balance your dog’s chakras:

  • Give them a paw massage in the appropriate places to activate a certain chakra. Incorporate the crystal into body massage, if desired.
  • Attach the corresponding crystal to his collar
  • Glide your hands over their body as shown in the video below starting at 11:45

 

 

 



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