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Let's talk animal chakras

Updated: Jul 2


I’d like to share some insights about the different animal chakras which I work with during each of my animal healing and communication sessions.


Before we delve in, you might be wondering, what is a chakra? Derived from Sanskrit, it means “wheel”. Chakras are specific energy or meridian points in your body and your animal’s, considered spinning disks of energy that need to be “open” and aligned to allow energy and lifeforce to flow. This alignment is crucial as they link to major organs, nerves, and areas of your animal’s energetic body, significantly impacting their emotional and physical well-being.


Animals possess eight chakras in total: the Crown chakra, Third Eye chakra, Throat chakra, Heart chakra, Solar Plexus chakra, Sacral chakra, Root chakra, and the eighth, known as the Sensing or Butterfly chakra.


Let’s begin our exploration with the Crown Chakra, located at the top of the head. This chakra serves as the animal’s connection (and ours) to the highest sources of pure spiritual energy in the Universe. During every distance healing session for an animal, this is the initial chakra I connect to.


The “Om” or “Aum” mantra resonates with the Crown chakra, reflecting affirmations such as ‘I am my highest, most authentic self’, ‘I am love’, ‘I am at peace’, and ‘I am connected to the universe’.


Violet and white are the colours associated with the Crown chakra. Violet symbolizes spirituality—a unifying colour that embodies all the qualities of other chakras when fully activated.


Signs of imbalance in an animal’s Crown chakra may include:



        •       Lethargy


        •       Depression and anxiety


        •       Spiritual and energetic disconnection


        •       Feeling disconnected from their owner or environment


        •       Lack of enthusiasm and zest



How can you support your animal’s Crown chakra?



        •       Utilize crystals such as Amethyst, Clear Quartz, Selenite, Lepidolite, Howlite, and Labradorite. Clear Quartz is particularly favoured.


        •       Meditate with your animal, offering quiet, quality time to reassure them of safety.


        •       Practice mindfulness around your animal.


        •       Provide a quiet, undisturbed space for relaxation.


        •       Use visualization techniques to foster a stronger sense of connection.


        •       Verbalise affirmations aloud, such as “You are pure love” and “You are connected to the Universe”.


If you’re interested in learning more about animal reiki and communication, explore my services which integrate remote animal communication and reiki, employing a soul-centred approach through the LOVE Methodology™ (Listen, Observe, Validate, Enrich) and Trinity Technique (Communication, Reiki, and Astrology).










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