are you ready to go on a journey?
These books offer more than an adventure story. The Journey through the Chakras is a profound spiritual journey. The embodiment of rights outlined, The Right to Be Here, The Right to Feel, The Right to Love and Be Loved, etc., is a journey to freedom, a journey of facing one’s demons, owning one’s power, and taking responsibility.
THE STORY LINE IS TOPICAL; IN A WORLD WHERE THERE IS SO MUCH NEGATIVITY, THERE IS NEED FOR THE EXPRESSION OF HOPE IN THE FUTURE, A NEED FOR RESPECT FOR ALL CULTURES, AND A NEED FOR RECOGNITION FOR OUR COMMON HUMANITY.
This trilogy is on the surface an exciting adventure, with engaging characters and plenty of excitement and suspense, but wrapped in that package is a profound message that needs to be heard in our world.
Are the sacred sites of the earth directly linked to the chakras, the subtle energy centres of transformation within each of us?
Is it possible our interconnectedness expands way beyond anything we could imagine?
At a time when our beautiful planet and its inhabitants are struggling, is being the change we want to see in the world the only self-empowering next step?
The Earth Chakras
The Earth Charkas are energetic 'hot spots' that tend to be where vast spiralling energy vortexes build. They are places of great magnetism and are said to offer doorways into elevated levels of consciousness.
Humans are naturally drawn to these places and for thousands of years have gathered for pilgrimage, rituals and sacred ceremonies.
The Human Chakras
The word 'chakra' originates from the Sanskrit word meaning 'wheel'.
The wheel is a powerful symbol representing the cyclic nature of life, with no real beginning or end.
The chakras are energy centres of transformation within the subtle human body and can be considered as sacred sites within us. They represent the evolution of mankind's consciousness.
If we look at the human body as a mirror of the earth, the circulation system can be likened to the rivers and oceans that move oxygen and nutrients through us.
The respiratory system can be thought of as the forests that help circulate oxygen and remove carbon dioxide...
Is this a symbiotic, interconnected relationship?
If it is, what are the implications for a planet and its inhabitants when there is so much imbalance?
"Yesterday I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today I am wise, so I am changing myself"