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Here is a Question from One of Our Customers:
I recently had some bodywork done, and Felt certain chakras open. I know they were open. A couple of days later I was in a bookshop where a woman was selling some amazing jewelery, and she gave you a bit of a reading before hand. I was wearing a big piece of amber, which she said had closed my chakras, and she showed me with a pendulum. I was curious, she said in all her work with stones and crystals she had discovered that amber went counterclockwise, and closed your chakras down. What are your thoughts on this please?
I must share the standard disclaimer that I am not a doctor and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals for healing should be used as a compliment to other therapies and not as a replacement for regular medical care.
Amber is all about balance. It opens, aligns, balances and clears the chakras. Opening your chakras is a misnomer. You do not want your chakras open to much. Amber will allow your chakra to reach a balance in how much your chakras are open. Having one chakra open more then the others can cause an imbalance in your chakra system and therefore your entire subtle body system. Amber will open the chakras to just the right amount for you. Each person is at their own level of spiritual advancement and one person may be further advanced then you and their chakras may be more open. So if some one says that your chakras are not open enough just remind them that they are at the level that is right for you.
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