Chakras Explained in Children’s Cartoon

I love the chakras and use the psychology of the chakras frequently to help people understand the issues that they are dealing with at different levels in their lives.  This children’s cartoon is actually quite close to making sense of the chakras and how we can clear blockages and open up the flow of the life force to gain greater health in the physical, mental and spiritual realms of our existence.  I have recently completed a course with Anodea Judith, one of the leading masters teaching about the chakras.  Her focus in this class was how to manifest our dreams through the chakras and in future posts, I look forward to sharing more of the skills and tools she taught us in the course.  So, enjoy this little cartoon and stay tuned for more illumination about the chakras.

ChakraMeditations&TonesIf you are interested in exploring more about the chakras, check out my album CHAKRA MEDITATIONS & TONES which has meditations and tones for each of the chakras.

 

4 thoughts on “Chakras Explained in Children’s Cartoon

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  2. Julia, yes it is a statement of how far the consciousness is reaching out to see that children can learn about the chakras through a cartoon. A bit different from the content of most cartoons though. And glad you are familiar with Anodea Judith. I love her path and hope to teach more workshops on what I have been learning from her. She really brings together two of my passions – living our dreams and the chakras! Sending a big heart chakra AHHHH to you.

  3. How amazing that this cartoon was on a children’s TV channel! It reminds of a little of Star Wars, Yoda and Luke Skywalker… very impressive. Thank you for sharing, Dudley, I will pass this along. And I’ve done an online class with Anodea as well… I’ve read and re-read several of her books.

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