The seven chakras located along your spine, up to the crown of your head, may be the biggest secret Western conventional health care is keeping from you.
In this book, you'll discover how to clear your energetic blockages, radiate energy, and finally heal yourself.
What if I told you that your body had the ability to heal itself through the use of chakras - unseen spinning wheels of energy that are found at crucial areas along your spine?
If you've never heard of chakras before, you may be a bit skeptical about their existence, let alone the health and natural influence they offer your body. This book will not only introduce you to these potent vortices of health and wholeness, but it'll also reveal the secrets that make rebalancing and awakening them seem like child's play.
Keeping your chakras open is absolutely critical to staying vibrant, healthy, and alive. This book will take you by the hand and show you exactly how you can use simple techniques to detect and remediate your chakra imbalances.
With Chakras for Beginners, you will embark on an inner journey that will take you back to the state of peace, joy, and happiness you were born to inhabit.
Chakras for Beginners will teach you :
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©2016 Tai Morello (P)2016 Tai Morello
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"Great material but a terrible reader"
Is there a ahortage of people who read the material at Audible. This guy who read this story was terrible. He missed pronounced words. Had long pauses when he lost his place reading the material. I got the impression he had to do the performance in one take. His performance was awful. The information is great. It deserved a better reader.
"Did they bother to listen to it before they submitted it?"
There does not appear to be any editing. There are many places where the narrator stumbled, fumbled and generally lost his place. Which would have been fine had they been edited out. But someone fell down on the job. Makes it somewhat hard to listen too, as it is distracting.
No more insight than a quick Wikipedia search. The reader apparently did the whole book in one take, because you hear him mess up multiple times while speaking. Instead of editing it out, he just stops and rereads... I thought there was something wrong with my audiobook.
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