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Chakras Tarot Reading

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Root Chakra (Muladhara)
Sacral Chakra (Swadhisthanna)
Navel Chakra (Manipura)
Heart Chakra (Anahata)
Throat Chakra (Vishuddha)
Third Eye Chakra (Ajna)
Crown Chakra (Sahasrara)

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Chakras Tarot is a simple tool that attempts to correlate your under-active or overactive chakras with the corresponding tarot card and its significance. This tool describes in detail the characteristics of the different tarot cards associated with your chakra result.

Chakras are the 7 nerve centers along the spine, which balances our endocrine and central nervous system. These are the energy nodes all through the body liable for the state of our mind, body and soul. In Sanskrit, chakra means “wheel” that controls the flow of energy throughout the body. Chakras radiate energy of vibrations, because the former can be affected by the other individual’s mood.

The vibrations of these energy levels are immense, so it’s required to control and balance all the chakras. It’s very much important that all Chakras are active in a balanced manner (the ideal state). Chakras can be under-active or over active. Balancing of all the chakras is essential for well being of an individual.

The Seven Chakras are:
Muladhara, Root / Base Chakra
Svadhisthana, Sacral Chakra
Manipura, Solar Plexus Chakra
Anahata (unstruck) Heart Chakra
Vishudda, Throat Chakra
Ajna, Third eye/brow Chakra
Sahasrara, Crown Chakra

Tarot reading has been very popular with people who are looking for ways to solve their personal difficulty. It has always served as a guideline for people in trouble or even otherwise. Tarot cards have been used for fortune telling for ages and have remained popular ever since. They are seen as a means of getting in touch with the spiritual world. The most commonly used and easy to understand deck is the Rider-Waite Deck.

The Tarot deck comprises of Major Arcana consisting of 22 cards and the Minor Arcana consisting of 56 cards. The cards of the Minor Arcana belong to four suits namely the wands, cups, pentacles and swords. The cards are not only related to the picture on the cards, but also have links to elements, astrological signs, and characters of certain alphabet as well.

In Chakras Tarot the tarot card images and interpretations are clear and easy to understand. Moreover, the significance of upright and inverted cards has also been described in a precise manner. Following the program, it will not be difficult even for a novice to know which tarot cards effect the under-active or over active chakra.





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