This is the second of our 7 episode Holiday Series. Emma is currently in Italy, we’ve pre-recorded this podcast episode for you to enjoy!
There were 7 weeks and 7 episodes, so we thought what better topic than the 7 Chakras of the main Chakra System! During this episode, we’re talking creativity, pleasure, joy and the Sacral Chakra.
This is what we spoke about during the episode
- Why is creativity important? It’s the energy of our souls and the magic juice of life.
- “Medicine, law, business, engineering, these are all noble pursuits, and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.” ― Dead Poet’s Society
- Do you have a creative outlet that provides that “wow” feeling? If you think you’re not a creative person, it is not true!
- The Sacral Chakra is linked to the level of joy and pleasure that we allow ourselves to experience.
- A part of being creative is acknowledging and seeing creativity. It doesn’t necessarily have to be you. It can be a piece of music that inspires you, like The Beatitudes by Vladimir Martynov.
Get your foundations right and then have space for your creativity. Inside MerryBody we have a Chakra Masterclass Series where you can learn different Yoga poses, mudras and mantras to open and activate each Chakra. To access these, you need to be a MerryBody member. Start your 7 day trial here!
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