Chakra Test: Is Your Sacral Chakra Balanced?

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Having a balanced sacral chakra is important. But how can you tell if yours is balanced or out of balance? It’s very simple, just pay a bit of attention to how you feel and act.

The balanced state

When this chakra is balanced, you feel friendly to others, have great relationships, are passionate and feel sexually fulfilled. You have a virtually unshakeable good  mood and feel playful and naturally flirty :). You show concern for others, but not to the point where you put other people’s needs or wants before your own.

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Overactive sacral chakra

People with an overactive sacral chakra tend to feel a constant need for power, to the point where they start being manipulative. Also, strong cravings, even leading to addictions to chocolate, alcohol, or drugs, are a sign of an over-activity.

Weak sacral chakra

With a weak sacral chakra, you feel shy and guilty, and overly concerned about what others think. Withdrawn, afraid to interact with others, and putting other’s needs first, leaving you feeling lost and helpless.

To find out how to bring balance back, see this article.

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    • Hey Eric :). See the link at the end of the article. But in a nutshell (if you’re not in the mood of reading a longer article 🙂 ), just place your hand over it and send it Reiki. Regardless of its state (over- or under- active), it will bring back the balance. In my experience, it’s good to clear all chakras regularly, at least at first.

      Several sessions may be needed, as the chakras tend to go back to their previous unbalanced state after a while, even if after the session they’re balanced. In time the chakras / the body / the “being” will learn the new state and balancing should be needed less frequently.

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