Chakras can be seen in many ways.
  1. They are organs of our energetic system.
  2. They are steps in our experience of life.
  3. They are symbols which enable us to link other symbols together.
  4. They are therapeutic entry points to point out dysfunctions as well as to solve them.

Chakras in our energetic system

  • Chakras translate information from one level to the other.
    • They translate physical inputs into emotional messages.
      (i.e a little pain on your finger may become a fear which may prevent you from taking any initiative)
    • They translate emotional inputs into physical messages.
      (i.e fear may make children wet their bed.)
    • They translate spiritual inputs into physical features.
      (i.e constantly refusing to look forward in life may lead to longsightedness)
    • They translate messages from the unconscious into the conscious thinking.
      (i.e if you don't follow your intuitions, they may become recurrent dreams.)

  • Chakras flag steps in our evolution through life.
    • We begin our life spiritually by incarnating in a physical body (1st chakra)
      to live through matter : importance of wealth, food…
    • Then we discover the importance of emotions and contacts with other people (2nd chakra).
      We need to experience, laugh, cry, relate to people, flatter, denigrate or love.
    • We then glorify our ego and our intellect (3rd chakra).
      We only pay attention to ourselves, our mind;
      we only believe what we see, our way of thinking represents the climax of evolution and the solution to everything (like psychoanalysis did).
    • We later realise that we have a heart (4th chakra)
      that has has its reasons which Reason knows nothing of.
      We think of someone else and the general well-being, happy to have relationships and we love so the other can feel loved.
    • It then strikes us how important communication is (5th chakra).
      We utilise our creativity in that goal and we set abundance in action, far beyond material wealth.
      We entirely take part in the community.
    • Only then can we grasp and possess our own spiritual thinking (6th chakra).
      We know that our way of seeing the world is only ours and our own.
      We know that our point of view has a direct influence on our world and our life.
    • We finally start relationships with higher entities than things and people :
      We link to the Universe, God, the All, the Source (7th chakra).
      We become aware of the authority we have on ourselves or that we let come from somewhere else, whatever its spiritual origin is.
      We feel the need and the benefits of being part of a bigger All.

  • All 7 together, they are one system within human energetics.
    Just like all digestive organs form he digestive system.
    • Chakras have specific locations on the body and we can act on them with different means (essential oils for example).
      They are commonly described as colour balls, exuding a dense energy, warmth or a tingling sensation.
    • Chakras provide exchange zones between the soul's different levels, as seen above.
      It's as if every chakra represented a note and that the different levels of the souls formed an octave (physical, emotional, conscious thinking ...).
    • Chakras also provide exchange zones between information from the inside of someone and their environment. 
      We can feel vortexes of energy frontwards and backwards (upwards and downwards for the 7th and 1st).
      They collect information where the subtle bodies start.
      We can also feel dense energy coming out of them, which rotates to the left or the right depending on the chakra.

  • There are 7 main chakras.
    there certainly exists (21) secondary chakras but they are indeed ... secondary.
    Some tend to add chakras here and there.
    this only proves the inability of some people to conceive that all settings of the human can be dispatched in those 7 drawers only.
    The 7 main chakras comprise everything and there is enough space in them for everything.
    This is a complete system so everything can fit in, if only we are perspicacious enough to put it all in.
    There is no new part to the human being that has not been planned to fit in from the very beginning.

Essential Oils

Agatophylle Agatophylle leaves Ajowan Ajwain All-spice Allspice Angelica Arabian jasmine Archangel Balsam fir Basil (exotic) Bay laurel Bergamot Bigaradier feuilles Black Pepper Black pepper Black spruce Blue ginger Camphor cineol CT leaves 1,8-cineole (Madagascar) Cananga Cane Cardamom Cedar (Atlas) Celery Ceylan citronella Chamomile Chamomile (roman) Chamomile(roman) Cilanthro (leaves) Cinnamon Cinnamon (bark) Cinnamon (leaves) Cinnamon bark Cinnamon leaves Citronella Clove Clove bud Clove leaf Cochingrass Common sage Coriander Cumin Cupressus Curcuma Curry leaf Curry plant Curry tree Cuscusgrass Cypress Davana Dill East-indian Lemongrass Eucalyptus radiata Everlasting Exotic basil Fennel Fir Fir (Balsam) Fir (balsam) Flag Frankincense Frankincense (salai) Galanga Galangal Garden Angelica Garden dill Geranium Ginger Gingergrass Grapefruit Greater galanga Green Mandarin Green Pepper Green cardamom Green pepper Grey eucalyptus Helichrysum angustifolium Helichrysum italicum Holy basil Ilang-ilang Indian Basil Indian Frankincense Indian wintergreen Jamanatsi Jasmine Jasmine (arabian) Jasmine (royal) Jeera safed Jessamine Juniper berries Khus-khus Lavender Lemon Lemon (yellow) Lemongrass Limetta Macassar-oil plant Malabargrass Mandarin Mediterranean sweet lemon Mulilam Muskroot Myrrh Nard Nardin Narrow leaf eucalyptus Narrow leaved peppermint Norway pine Officinal lavender Officinal rosemary Orange Orange (sweet) Orange bergamot Orange peel Oranger amer feuilles Oregano Palmarosa Parsley Patchouli Pelargonium Pepper Peppermint Petitgrain Bigarade Pimento Pine Pine (Norway) Pomelo Ravensara Ravintsara Roman chamomile Rose geranium Rose pelargonium Rosemary Rosemary borneon Rosha grass Royal jasmine Sacred basil Sage Salai Frankincense Salvia Sambac Scotch pine Shaddock Spanish jasmine Spearmint Spearmint Spikenard Spruce Sweet cane Sweet celery Sweet fennel Sweet flag Sweet lemon Sweet lime Sweet limetta Sweet orange Tea tree Tea tree m.a. Thai galangal Thai ginger Thyme Thyme (thymol) Tropical Basil True lavender Tulsi Turmeric Turmeric (aromatica) Turmeric (longa) Valerian Vanilla Vetiver White Pepper White cumin White pepper Wild marjoram Wintergreen Yellow lemon Ylang-ylang Zanthoxylum