Choose Love Boot Camp — Day 23: Taking Good Care of Our Chakras


Today’s post is about the exercises to open and strenghten the chakras, described in the book Hands of Light, by Barbara Brennan. I’ve been practicing them for daily for about four months now, and feel happy to dedicate myself to such practice.


I used to practice these exercises when I was about 16-17 years old, and I remember that by that time, I lived some of the best years of my life. I had no idea, but I think I was keeping my chakras healthy, and that was allowing my life to flow beautifully — as it is supposed to be.


I don’t think it was coincidence. By that time, wonderful things happened to me. I went to Europe two times, traveled a lot, knew beautiful places, entered college, and was doing really well in my career. Of course, I still had problems, but they faded in front all I was so generously receiving from Life.

It occured to me very recently that I stopped to practice these exercises alltogether, for more than 14 years. Coincidence or not (again), it has been the hardest years of my life. I wonder if it’s because I totally forgot about taking care of my energetic bodies.

hands_of_light_exercises3 Well, if it was the case, it won’t be anymore, because I’m commited to practice these exercises everyday for the rest of my life (and beyond). I blended it with my yoga practice, pranayama and meditation.

They are inspired by bioenergetic, kundalini, hatha yoga and include breathing exercises, visualization and meditation.

You can find them in the book Hands of Light and start to practice it too.

Let’s take (wonderful) care of ourselves.

Namaste __/\__



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