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Day 5: Chakra Language: Work & Creativity

Paul

When I scanned Paul’s energy field, I immediately saw blockages in his third and fifth chakras. When I looked deeper into these blockages, I saw that Paul was depressed because he hated his job.

“You are in the wrong job,” I told Paul. “You're a gifted painter and entertainer but what do you do for a living?”

“IT,” he replied flatly.

That made me laugh.

“I’m sorry” I said to Paul between fits of giggles, “I’m not laughing at you, but you doing IT strikes me as being as absurd and as a polar bear sitting on a beach trying to get a tan. It's just wrong! How can you even get out of bed in the morning and drag yourself to the office everyday?”

Paul began to laugh too, seeing the absurdity of his work situation. I then told Paul that his third and fifth chakras were officially on strike because Paul shouldn't be doing IT.

The third chakra defends what you believe in and Paul didn’t believe in anything he was doing at work so his third chakra had ‘retired.’ Paul’s fifth chakra knew that his work environment was no place to express himself creatively, so it too had taken early retirement.

Paul had decided to do IT because it was a ‘no brainer’ for him. His initial plan was to do it for a couple of years and use the regularity of a paycheck to fund his love for painting and writing and performing.

He had always wanted a career as a performer, but a couple of years had become a decade and Paul was still in IT and had stopped performing and painting all together. Paul now had a mortgage, lots of debt and saw no way of being able to finance his dreams.

Paul’s parents were proud of their son because he had a reliable job and paycheck. Being close to his parents, Paul feared that moving in the direction of his heart would break theirs. He had also never told them about his secret desire to perform and paint.

Paul was so good-natured and open and eager to change that I knew he would easily do so. I showed him how to change his chakras and assured him that he didn’t need to leave his job immediately but that it would happen soon enough.

“All you need to do,” I assured him, “is to get your chakras working properly. The rest will just happen for you.”

Just when we were about to end the session, Paul asked me if he could ask one final thing. “Sure,” I replied.

“I don’t know how to tell my girlfriend that I want to end the relationship?”

“Did you say girlfriend?,” I asked, attacked by the giggles again.

“Yes,” Paul replied sheepishly. (Paul’s second chakra showed me that clearly he was gay).

“Wow, you’ve got more work to do on yourself than I thought!” I said, laughing so hard now I could hardly talk.

Paul laughed along with me and we ended the session in giggles.

Lisa

On the other hand, many people are convinced that they are in the wrong job and need a complete change of occupation to be happy. This isn’t always the case...

As soon as I heard Lisa’s voice on the phone I knew she had suffered great disappointments in her life. There was such bitterness and despair in her voice.

When I looked at her energy field, I could see in her fifth chakra that she had been gifted with an exceptional singing voice. Lisa was a natural born singer, yet I could also see that this gift was a source of great despair to her.

When I looked deeper into this, I saw that although she had wanted to pursue a career as a singer, she had never been able to work as a professional singer.

When I told her what I saw, Lisa began to cry.

She explained to me that already early in her career she started having problems with her voice. She often had sore throats and strained or infected voice-box muscles. Although she had been to many doctors, nobody could work out what was causing this and she often had to reschedule or cancel her singing appointments.

Having an ‘unreliable’ voice meant that nobody wanted to book her, so her career ended even before it had begun. This was 45 years ago and Lisa was still devastated by it.

I could also detect a strong teacher energy in Lisa, so I said to her, “You are an amazing teacher. You must work as a singing teacher?”

“Yes, I do,” she replied shortly, her words stinging with bitterness “but I only do it because I have to pay the bills. I was supposed to be a famous singer not some singing teacher!”

“Oh, what a shame,” I replied. “I know the dream of being a famous singer has been taken away from you but your disrespect and disregard of your unique teaching abilities has also taken another one of your talents away from you.”

"But I was supposed to be a famous singer,” she cried hotly, “not some teacher!”

“Maybe that isn’t true,” I challenged. “Perhaps you were supposed to be a gifted singing teacher”.

I said this to Lisa not only to challenge her but also because this is exactly what I saw. Although Lisa believed wholeheartedly that she was destined to be famous singer, I didn’t see this. Her teacher energy was much stronger than her singer and performer energy.

She was already in the right profession, unfortunately she was still so devastated by her unfulfilled dreams that it had made her bitter. She had become blinded by it and could no longer see anything else except her loss.

Knowing that Lisa in this lifetime could no longer become a famous singer, I tried to convince her of the importance of her role as a teacher.

I asked Lisa: “Doesn’t your heart fill with pride when you hear your students singing a song that you taught them how to sing? Don’t you love helping your students become great singers?”

“No,” she said, “watching other people receive praise for their singing just drives the knife of loss deeper into my heart. It should be me out there. People should be looking at me and applauding me for my amazing voice.”

I genuinely felt sorry for Lisa that she had become so bitter. Even after 45 years, she couldn’t let go of her loss and embrace her true talent: being a singing teacher.

Lisa also had severe neck and shoulder problems (fifth chakra) and was lonely and lived a very isolated existence.

Although I taught her how to change her energy and to get her chakras working properly, I could feel that she was resistant to what I was saying and would most likely not do what she needed to do to change.

Hanna

What struck me immediately about Hannah’s energy field was that she was so exhausted. Her first and second chakras were pale and depleted, and across her fourth chakra was a big auric tear.

I could see that Hanna worked as a caregiver and although she was in the right job, she needed a break. She couldn’t keep giving and taking care of people anymore.

Hanna confirmed that she was a nurse, and that she was exhausted but didn’t quite know why. I scanned the rest of her energy field to see if other factors were causing also her exhaustion but it appeared to be solely her job.

“I could retire,” she told me. “I’ve actually been considering it lately.”

“I would seriously consider that,” I told her. “Energetically you can’t take it anymore. You’ve loved your job and you're very good at your job but you’ve given enough.”

I showed Hanna how to balance and strengthen her chakras and how to protect herself from ‘giving away too much of her energy.’

Last time I spoke with her she had retired and was feeling much more vital and “back to her old self.”

Simone

“I can’t stand my boss,” Simone said. “She is ruining my life and I hate my work.”

When I looked at Simone’s energy field, I certainly saw that this was the case. She really couldn’t stand her boss. She thought almost non-stop about her boss; how mean her boss was, how unfairly her boss always treated her, how bossy her boss was and how her boss failed to recognise all that Simone was doing.

Simone’s third chakra looked depleted. Not only because she thought incessantly about how much she disliked her boss but also because she felt powerless to change her work situation.

“You think too much about your boss,” I told her. “This is making you tired and sick.” (I could also see the stress of her work situation was giving Simone an upset stomach and making her irritable and short-tempered with her children).

“Of course I think too much about my boss,” she retorted. “You would too if you had to work with her!”

I explained to Simone that her boss was the type of person that respected you if you stood up for yourself and showed her that you were strong too.

Unfortunately Simone was being so depleted by her boss (by obsessively thinking about how bad her boss was) that she was feeling weak, and this was causing her boss to be even more of the dominant ‘alpha wolf.’

I showed Simone how to stop thinking about her boss and how to ‘hold her own’ when she engaged, communicated or was verbally attacked by her boss.

Initially Simone felt great resistance around not thinking negatively about her boss. “I feel she deserves it that I think bad of her,” Simone said, but when I pointed out that this only serves to deplete Simone and lessen her power in her boss' eyes, Simone was willing to try it.

In a short space of time, to Simone’s amazement, her boss began acting differently around her.

Her boss now rarely yelled at her or criticised her, and when her boss was in one of her moods, Simone would simply 'leave her be' and get on with her own day, not allowing herself to waste any of her precious time being angry or upset with her boss.

Simone's stomach pains went away, she could sleep better and was much more able to balance her home and work life again. “And you won’t believe this, Belinda” she told me laughing, “last week my boss even asked me over to her place for tea!"

Joseph

Joseph desperately needed to do something creative. He had worked as a government official all of his life and although he “didn’t mind his job” and the travelling it had enabled him to do, he felt 'flat.' And his energy field looked flat too.

“You really need to do something creative,” I said, seeing how blocked his fourth and fifth chakras were.  "You need to have more creativity and passion in your life.”

“Yes, I know," Joseph said, "but I’m no good at painting, I can’t write well, I find poetry boring and I’ve been married for 35 years and although I adore my wife, I have no idea how to ignite passion in our relationship again."

“Who says you need to take up painting, writing or poetry to feel creative?" I said. "And who says you need to bring passion into your relationship for you to feel passionate?”

It is a common misconception that in order for us to feel more creative, we need to do something that is ‘seen’ or deemed to be creative.

Creativity is a feeling; it's a sense of being alive, connected to and a vessel for somethings that's seeking expression through us. You don’t need to be creating art - dance, perform etc - to be creative, you just need to know how to connect.

“When do you feel alive and connected?” I asked Joseph.

“When I walk in the forest and when I work in the garden,” he answered without a moment’s thought.

“Then do those things again. This is when you feel most connected. The more you practice being creative, the more creativity can find you and the more naturally creative you’ll become.”

“And what about passion?,” Joseph asked me. “Do I just need to do more things that I feel passionate about?”

“Yes, that's right,” I said.

“Well, that is not going to be easy for my wife,” Joseph said, “I’m going to have to lock myself in the basement.”

Oh no, I thought, wondering what types of things Joseph was planning to do down in his basement...

...but before I could worry about this, he added, “She used to hate it when I’d spend too much time down there working on my model aeroplanes.”

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Day 5: Chakra Language: Work & Creativity

Paul

When I scanned Paul’s energy field, I immediately saw blockages in his third and fifth chakras. When I looked deeper into these blockages, I saw that Paul was depressed because he hated his job.

“You are in the wrong job,” I told Paul. “You’re a gifted painter and entertainer but what do you do for a living?”

“IT,” he replied flatly.

That made me laugh.

“I’m sorry” I said to Paul between fits of giggles, “I’m not laughing at you, but you doing IT strikes me as being as absurd and as a polar bear sitting on a beach trying to get a tan. It’s just wrong! How can you even get out of bed in the morning and drag yourself to the office everyday?”

Paul began to laugh too, seeing the absurdity of his work situation. I then told Paul that his third and fifth chakras were officially on strike because Paul shouldn’t be doing IT.

The third chakra defends what you believe in and Paul didn’t believe in anything he was doing at work so his third chakra had ‘retired.’ Paul’s fifth chakra knew that his work environment was no place to express himself creatively, so it too had taken early retirement.

Paul had decided to do IT because it was a ‘no brainer’ for him. His initial plan was to do it for a couple of years and use the regularity of a paycheck to fund his love for painting and writing and performing.

He had always wanted a career as a performer, but a couple of years had become a decade and Paul was still in IT and had stopped performing and painting all together. Paul now had a mortgage, lots of debt and saw no way of being able to finance his dreams.

Paul’s parents were proud of their son because he had a reliable job and paycheck. Being close to his parents, Paul feared that moving in the direction of his heart would break theirs. He had also never told them about his secret desire to perform and paint.

Paul was so good-natured and open and eager to change that I knew he would easily do so. I showed him how to change his chakras and assured him that he didn’t need to leave his job immediately but that it would happen soon enough.

“All you need to do,” I assured him, “is to get your chakras working properly. The rest will just happen for you.”

Just when we were about to end the session, Paul asked me if he could ask one final thing. “Sure,” I replied.

“I don’t know how to tell my girlfriend that I want to end the relationship?”

“Did you say girlfriend?,” I asked, attacked by the giggles again.

“Yes,” Paul replied sheepishly. (Paul’s second chakra showed me that clearly he was gay).

“Wow, you’ve got more work to do on yourself than I thought!” I said, laughing so hard now I could hardly talk.

Paul laughed along with me and we ended the session in giggles.

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