• January 21, 2015

Chakra Meanings in Dogs

Chakra Meanings in Dogs

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Chakras are energy spinning vortices located in the body. The animal absorbs energy through these centers and it is filtered outwards. When there are energy blockages or imbalances, it may hinder energy flow. If there are no medical issues for your pet from your veterinarian, look to the animals energy field. Blocked chakra symptoms may go hand-in-hand with undesirable behaviour and unusual unpredictable ways of acting out. As you can see, not all concerns can be remedied through dog training alone.

Root Chakra – Is about being physically there and feeling at home in situations. If the Root Chakra is open and balanced, your dog probably feels grounded, stable and secure and does not distrust people. They are confident and feel they have sufficient territory. If your dog tends to be fearful or nervous, their Root Chakra is probably under-active. If this chakra is over-active your dog may be very greedy, a toy or food bowl guarder, possibly obsessed with being secure and resistant change.

Sacral Chakra – This chakra is about feelings and sexuality. When the Sacral Chakra is open and balanced, your dog’s feelings flow freely, and are expressed without being overemotional or frantic. They are open to affection and can be loving and lively. If your dog tends to be stiff and unemotional or guarded, the Sacral Chakra is under-active. If this chakra is over-active, your dog may tend to be emotional all the time. They will be very emotionally attached to people and may have separation anxiety.

Solar Plexus Chakra – This chakra is about your dog asserting themselves in a group. When the Solar Plexus Chakra is open, the feeling is of being in control and there is sufficient self esteem. When the Solar Plexus chakra is under-active, your dog may be passive and timid. If this chakra is over-active, your dog may be domineering and probably even aggressive.

Heart Chakra – The Heart Chakra is about love, kindness and affection. When your dog’s Heart Chakra is open and balanced, your dog is compassionate, loving and friendly, and you work at harmonious relationships. When your Heart Chakra is under-active, your dog may be fearful, cold and distant.

Throat Chakra – The Throat Chakra is about self-expression and talking. When the dog’s Throat Chakra is open and balanced, your dog will have no problems expressing herself and being understood. When this chakra is under-active, your dog may be introverted and shy. If this chakra is over-active, your dog will tend to bark or vocalize too much, usually to domineer and manipulate.

Third Eye Chakra – The Third Eye Chakra is about insight and visualisation. When the Third Eye is open and balanced, your dog will be intuitive and well balanced between the world of people and that of dogs. If it is under-active, your dog will not be not very good at thinking for herself, and you may tend to rely on you too much and might even get confused easily. If this chakra is over-active, your dog may live in a world of fantasy and only play.

Crown Chakra – The Crown Chakra is about wisdom and being one with the world. When their Crown Chakra is open and balanced, your dog is quite aware of the world and her place in it. If it is under-active, your dog may be one of those that just does not fit in. If this chakra is over-active, your dog may worry too much and not take care of their own needs.