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text 2020-01-06 07:32
How to release blocked energy and negative emotions healthily with Chakra Balancing in Scottsdale?

Chakra balancing in Scottsdale


What are Chakras?


Chakra word is derived from the Sanskrit language which means wheel or disk. Chakras are the places of energy (energy centers) available in our body that start at the top of your head to the bottom of your spine. Chakras have deep roots in history. The first reference is found in ancient Hindu texts called the Vedas (an oldest written tradition in India).


Concept of Chakra Balancing


Throughout the history of seven Chakras, the idea of balancing them has got good popularity. Although there are a lot of benefits of balancing them, this is also essential to balance these seven chakras. If in any case, seven chakras are blocked, a person can be surrounded by physical or mental illnesses.


Types of Chakra Balancing in Scottsdale


chakra balancing in Scottsdale


1.    The Root Chakra (Muladhara) – Red Color


 Root Chakra is located at the base of the spine, near the tailbone. It connects all of your energy to the Earth, which is called grounding. By getting Chakra Balancing in Scottsdale for this Chakra, the blockage will be removed that leads a person towards anxiety, feeling run-down and sick, knee and constipation.


2.    The Sacral Chakra (Svadhisthana) – Orange Color


It is located right below the belly button and extends to its center. The blockage of this chakra will remove the energy that motivates and inspires you for enjoyment and may also lead to sexual problems.


3.    The Navel Chakra (Manipura) – Yellow Color


If you’re surrounded by uncertain situations getting Navel Chakra Balancing in Scottsdale increases the sense of personal power, knowledge, and determination and can help you grow faster.


4.    The Heart Chakra (Anahata) – Green Color


It is located at the top of the heart and related to social identity, unconditional love and compassion. This Heart Chakra Balancing in Scottsdale increases the feelings of love, compassion, and kindness for others.


5.    The Throat Chakra (Vishuddha) – Green Color


It is located between the collar bone of a human. The meaning of this Chakra (Vishuddha) is very pure. The blockage of this chakra can lead to nervousness over others. Balancing this chakra will allow you to speak the truth with more clarity.


6.    The 3rd Eye Chakra (Ajna) – Indigo Color


This chakra is located between your eyebrows. This Chakra is very helpful for intuition or psychic energy and extrasensory perception. After Eye Chakra Balancing, you will equally feel in tune with both the physical world and the material world.


7.    The Crown Chakra (Sahaswara) – Violet Color


This Chakra is located at the top of the human head. This Chakra is pure consciousness energy. Getting Crown Chakra Balancing in Scottsdale will bring happiness, motivation, good health, power, and wisdom.


Some unbelievable benefits of Chakra Balancing


Chakra balancing in Scottsdale

Chakra balancing in Scottsdale has incredible benefits for mental, physical and emotional health. Some of them are mentioned below.

• Improves overall health and well-being.

• It also encourages self-confidence and motivation.

• Experience greater ease and clarity

• It makes you able to speak the truth and listen well.

• Supplement your spiritual, meditation, and yoga practice

• It gives you a sense of connection with the divine.


Get Chakra Balancing in Scottsdale from Psychic Angel


If you’re in Scottsdale area and looking for Chakra balancing in Scottsdale, or you want to balance your seven Chakras, then don’t hesitate to come to the Psychic Wellness Center of Scottsdale. At here, Psychic Angel has more than two decades of experience of healing people all over the world.

We have a peaceful and calming environment that will heal you and remove all your physical and emotional worries.




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review 2019-12-28 15:53
Star Healer by James White
Star Healer - James White

Senior Physician Conway is giving a bunch of trainees a tour of Sector General, a vast hospital in space, when he encounters his friend, the empathic and physically delicate Doctor Prilicla. Prilicla is acting oddly and encourages Conway to seek out Chief Psychologist O'Mara, who tells him the big news: Prilicla has been promoted to take over Conway's position as head of the ambulance ship Rhabwar, while Conway is being given the opportunity to try for Diagnostician. First, though, Conway is being sent away to the planet Goglesk to rest, think about his options, and observe the situation on Goglesk.

The Gogleskans are friendly but deeply afraid of physical contact, to the point where even doctors must avoid touching patients. Conway tries to figure out what's going on and what he might be able to do to help, but eventually has to go back to Sector General, where he is assigned many more cases, some of which look hopeless, than he's used to dealing with at once. He's sent to work in the Hudlar geriatric ward, and put in charge of a pregnant Protector (a mindlessly violent creature that must constantly be beaten in order to remain healthy, whose fetus is sentient and telepathic until the moment of its birth). He's also put in charge of several Hudlar patients injured in a horrific accident.

I had meant to read a new-to-me Sector General book but realized after a few pages that this was in the Alien Emergencies omnibus I read (and reviewed) several years ago. Still, I couldn't remember the details very well, so I decided to continue on.

As I said in my first review of this book, I liked that readers got to see Conway doing more than just working. Although, granted, even his rest periods tended to count as work - it's not uncommon for Sector General folks to talk shop during meals. At this point in the series, Conway and Murchison were married, so one of the things that frequently came up was the effect all those Educator tapes had on Conway's ability to interact with (and be attracted to, and have sex with) Murchison. I had forgotten how often sexual attraction was brought up in this book - I understood Conway's concern, and it made sense that his fellow Diagnosticians would want to give him advice and a sympathetic ear, but I still found the Diagnostician discussions about hot female Sector General employees to be irksome.

As much as I enjoy this series overall, its handling of female characters is terrible and very dated. Readers are told that Murchison is the second most knowledgeable pathologist at Sector General, and yet because she's a woman, she isn't allowed to take any Educator tapes, one of the most vital and helpful tools at Sector General. The argument (paraphrased) is that female minds would not be able to withstand sharing space with Educator tapes from donors that didn't share their same sexual interests. Never mind that Conway found himself attracted to a Hudlar female many times his own size and managed to adjust to that. And never mind that several of the aliens in the Sector General series don't have binary genders and therefore wouldn't be contributing Educator tapes based on male donors. Also, why not just have some of the Educator tape donors be female?

Anyway, back to the story. One of the other things I forgot about this book was that the Gogleskans would not be the primary focus. Just as I was getting involved in their story and wondering how White was going to resolve it, Conway was sent back to Sector General. He never returned to Goglesk, although there were indications that Khone, the Gogleskan doctor he encountered there, might eventually come to visit him at Sector General (and might be female? in which case, the reasoning for not allowing women to take Educator tapes becomes even weaker considering the effects of Conway and Khone's telepathic contact).

A bit of quick googling indicates that, if I continue reading the Sector General series, I should eventually encounter Khone again. I'm looking forward to it, but at the same time I'm hoping White doesn't mess it up. The way I saw it, the Gogleskan "problem" was a form of species-wide crippling anxiety, and I've found White's handling of psychological issues to be pretty terrible.

The Hudlar geriatric ward, Protector maternity case, and the aftermath of that accident were all fascinating to read about, although, again, I could see some of White's biases on display in the way he wrote about male vs. female Hudlar reactions after surgery. Also, I found it interesting that, in the Diagnostician discussion about the Hudlar geriatric ward, surgical intervention that might lead to a longer but miserable life was viewed as "doing something" and therefore better, whereas forgoing surgery and making the patient comfortable in its last days was viewed as "doing nothing."

Despite my complaints, I actually enjoyed this quite a bit. I love the premise of this series, and the various medical problems in this volume were interesting, despite my issues with some of White's biases.


(Original review posted on A Library Girl's Familiar Diversions.)

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text 2019-12-25 18:13
Reading progress update: I've read 88 out of 217 pages.
Star Healer - James White

I don't know if I realized this the first time I read this book, but the Gogleskans are basically a group of aliens that are all affected by their own version of crippling anxiety. They have defense mechanisms that evolved to protect them from predators that probably died out generations ago. Unfortunately, those defense mechanisms are still very much active, highly sensitive, and actively bad for Gogleskan daily life.*


I can't remember how White resolved this portion of the book. Although I usually enjoy the medical aspects of his Sector General books, I recall his treatment of psychological issues generally being awful.



* Side note: I don't know that White thought this through very well. Yes, in their terror Gogleskans regularly smash to pieces anything they manage to build or create and then are forced to start all over. They can't touch each other or get too close to each other without risking activating their defense mechanisms. But if that's all the case, you'd think they'd rely heavily on written communication and documentation. I could imagine Gogleskans who are good at building houses writing tips for Gogleskans who aren't and leaving them in an area where they could be found and used, for example. Cooperation should still be possible, even if physical contact isn't.

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text 2019-12-20 13:01
Reading progress update: I've read 30 out of 217 pages.
Star Healer - James White

I decided that I needed something familiar, but not necessarily a comfort read. I decided that a Sector General novel would be perfect. It turns out that I've actually read this particular one before - it was part of an omnibus volume - but whatever, I'll keep going. I don't remember a lot from my first reading.

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review 2019-11-30 22:21
The Reluctant Healer
The Reluctant Healer - Andrew Himmel
Will Alexander is a lawyer, an up-and-comer at his firm who is just trying to get through the daily grind. His life changes when he meets Erica, a social worker turned energy healer.  Will and Erica are drawn to one another.  Erica sees a strong energy around Will, one that he doesn't realize he possesses.  Will tries to dismiss Erica's beliefs as eccentricities, however as he is pulled more into Erica's life and healing practice, Will's own beliefs begin to waver as Erica tells Will that he has helped her patients simply by being with them and one of Will's legal clients feels a weight lifted off of his shoulders after Will met with him.  Will begins to realize that there might be something about him that can help others, but his beliefs are still on the fence and his legal mind won't allow him to admit to doing anything, even as he begins to take on his own clients in Erica's practice.  
The Reluctant Healer is a book to read with an open mind.  It is the story of a perfectly ordinary man, Will -who thoroughly believes he is an ordinary man despite evidence of the extraordinary.  There isn't a lot of action or suspense in The Reluctant Healer, it is  mostly the story of Will coming to grips with forces within himself yet outside of his control, and slowly changing his worldview and belief system.  Even without a lot of excitement,  The Reluctant Healer still had me intrigued.  I really wanted to know what Will's ability was, how he was going to decide how to use it and if it had any limits.  Since this is a story of Will, his character is really the only one who is fully fleshed.  Erica is a large part of the story, yet I didn't get the feeling that I knew her too well.  Will's choices were what powered the story.  I found some choices very natural and some choices baffling, especially towards the end.  Overall, The Reluctant healer is a story of opening your mind to a world of opportunities beyond what you would normally consider.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.
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