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Solar Plexus
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Lower Heart Chakra
Middle Heart Chakra
Higher Heart Chakra
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Middle Heart Chakra

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Here we recommend positive and helpful tips, remedies and therapies, and we offer practical suggestions to help you remain in optimum health, revitalise your wellbeing and prevent dis-ease.
:: Location In The Body
Centre of Sternum
:: Body Parts/Glands and Organs
Thoracic Vertebrae T3 to T6, Ribs, Heart, Lungs, Immune System, Oesophagus, Breasts, Nervous System, Lymphatic System.
:: Empowering Affirmations
And a poet said "Speak to us of beauty and he answered, where shall you seek beauty and how shall you find her unless she herself be your way and your guide".
:: Crystals And Minerals
Click to enlargeCrystals can be used in many ways, we suggest you intuitively place on your body or carry in your pocket, place around your bed at night time or add it to your drinking water!

Aventurine - A good protector of the heart. Release emotionally suppressed trauma. Provides balance between the male and female energies.
Emerald - Known as a 'stone of successful love', providing harmony in the home and instills sensitivity within the self and others. It can be used to stimulate and activate the heart chakra. It has been used in the treatment of disorders associated with the heart and lungs.
Kunzite - This stone has parallel striations running through the length, this indicates a rapid energy moves through it. When placed on the heart chakra, kunzite has the ability to penetrate emotional blockages, especially good for letting go of fears and sorrows.
Rose Quartz - A loving compassionate stone; brings comfort, understanding and nourishment to the heart. Carry around you when feeling vulnerable and emotionally unstable, allow the soft loving energies gently penetrate and heal.
:: The Use Of Essential Oils
Heartburn - Cardomon and Black Pepper
Respiratory System - Frankincense and Eucalyptus
Panic Attacks - Lavender
:: Foods - A Good Way To Feed Your Chakra
Click to enlargeGreen vegetables contain chlorophyll, fiber, lutein, zeaxanthin, calcium, folate, vitamin C, calcium, and Beta-carotene. These nutrients reduce cancer risks, lower blood pressure and LDL cholesterol levels, normalise digestion time, support retinal health and vision, fight harmful free-radicals and boost immune system activity.

Apples, limes, grapes, broccoli, brussel sprouts, spinach, leeks, peas, celery, artichoke.
:: The Use Of Natural Remedies
Create your own herbal infusion, tincture, cream or ointment.

Cardiovascular - Hawthorn
Sore Breasts - Black Cohosh, St. John's Wort oil, Vitamin B Complex, Calcium and Magnesium
Coughs and Colds - Echinacea
Respiratory Infections - Slippery Elm
:: Homeopathic Remedies
Grief: Arnica, Ignatio, Lachesis, Nat Mur
Palpitations: Staphisagria.
Heartburn: Sulphur, Phosphorus.
Shock: Aconite
Sensitivity: Lac can
:: Flower Essences
Click to enlargeAnxiety to serve others to the exclusion of ignoring the self - Centaury (Bach), Philotheca, Alpine Mint Bush(Australian Bush Flower)
Repeating mistakes - Chestnut Bud (Bach), Isopogon(Australian Bush Flower)
Loneliness - Heather (Bach), Illawara Flame Tree, Tall Yellow Top(Australian Bush Flower)
Easily influenced - Walnut
:: Mayan Magnetic Tone 6 - Rhythmic Tone
Rhythmic Tone of Equality
Balance Energy
- Flow
Keywords - Balance, organise, equality
Mayan Name - Uac

Power - Immerse and let yourself flow with the natural rhythm of life, cycles of nature, all that ascends and descends, death and rebirth, the continual movement of the cosmic balance.
Guidance - Organise resources and life with efficiency and effectiveness.
Query - Do you go with the flow, are you 'holding on' to something or someone?
:: Totem Helper
Hummingbird - Tireless Joy and the Nectar of Life
:: Practical suggestions
Put some green in your life when you want:
* a new state of balance
* feel a need for change or growth
* freedom to pursue new ideas
* protection from fears and anxieties connected with the demands of others