Do you feel that your heart is a little heavy as a result of heartbreak? Whether it be pain you experienced as a child, or because of a love gone sour, all of us have experienced heartache is some form or another.

To follow on from our chakra series, today we’re getting to the heart of the matter – your heart chakra (your fourth chakra). And this isn’t just a pun. Not only is your heart chakra at the very center of your chakra system, it’s central to your ability to give and receive love in your life. To put it another way, “If your heart ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy” (at least, nobody who comes around you).

When your heart chakra is balanced and clear you feel comfortable in your relationships, can give and receive love easily, feel an abundance of heartfelt gratitude for your life, feel compassion and appreciation for yourself and others.

However, when your heart chakra is closed you tend to be afraid of commitment, may have a false belief that you have to please others to be loved, or believe you have to guard yourself in relationships so that you don’t get hurt again.

Broken Heart – Fact or Fiction

In this video, Master Energy Healer, Carol Tuttle explains that despite us thinking our heart is hurt or damaged, in actual fact, our heart is one of the most powerful energetic centers, which can never be damaged or hurt – we just take on the belief that it can. This belief forces us to experience a closed heart chakra.

If you’re in need of a little lovin’ rebalancing, watch this video to see how Carol explains how the energy in your heart can heal you, and to be shown a visualization exercise that will open up your heart and release any negative emotions.

Want to learn more about your chakras? Take the free chakra test to see if any of your chakras are unbalanced, and to learn how to unblock them.

FinerMinds Team

FinerMinds Team

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