My Seven Chakras with Aditya
About This Show
My Seven Chakras is a podcast that features healers, thought leaders and experts from the world of alternative healing.The responses to each of the insightful and thought provoking questions asked during the show will provide you key takeaways on how to improve your life physically, mentally and spiritually.
During the show, we learn about our guest's current practice, major challenges they've faced, their life's purpose and the magical moments that transformed their life.
Our show concludes with an exciting rapid-fire round called the wisdom round during which they share key nuggets of wisdom such as their morning ritual, a powerful habit, a transformational book and much more!
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143: Usui Reiki: Let your hands facilitate the flow of Life Energy with Shelly Easthope
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Shelley Easthope has always been interested in health and life and that which connects all. Shelley's early work was as a child and family counselor. Discovering shiatsu and reiki led to a thirty-year practice which is still evolving and inspiring. Learn more about Shelly Easthope by visiting http://shelleyeasthope.com/ For the show notes, visit www.mysevenchakras.com/143 Like this episode? Please leave an honest rating on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and I read each and every one of them. P.S: Just takes a minute! :-) SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES Click here to leave us a rating & review on iTunes Follow us on social media: | Facebook | Twitter | Join our Facebook Tribe
Rated 5 out of
Aditya brings a good mix of guests who talk about alternative healing techniques in different parts of the world using common theme around chakras. The show is very unique in health and wellness segment as it talks about holistic approach and not just on one or two aspects.
Date published: 2016-02-07
Rated 5 out of
It has changed my life
Aditya posts a new podcast three times a week so that there is always something new to listen to. I especially love listening while I’m driving. “Going into town” usually means a half hour drive each direction, and with all the episodes lasting 30-60 minutes, Aditya is the perfect driving companion.
The topics he covers include meditation, feng shui, decluttering, qi gong and yoga, EFT, LoA, addiction, weight loss, hydration, financial independence, you name it. Two episodes in particular prompted a radical change for me. One was on decluttering, and one was on feng shui. The feng shui expert who was interviewed talked about healing her body with feng shui, which I had never heard of before. Because of that, I looked for more feng shui information. I learned a little bit more about feng shui, and asked my husband to help me rearrange our bedroom. We implemented just a few tips. We fixed the broken closet rod, moved the bed to a different location, cleared out under the bed, and did some decluttering. It isn’t completely decluttered, but it is better than it was. Three nights later, my husband and I switched our places in the bed because we found that we weren’t sleeping well. Before the rearrangement, we were both sleeping in the “recognition” area of our room, directly in front of the door. After moving I was in the “abundance” area and he was in the “family” area and we just didn’t sleep well at all. Once we switched, we were more naturally in the areas associated with our roles in the family and we sleep much better now. This gives us more energy and has prompted my husband to really do some self-improvement of his own, most notably cleaning up his home office and considering more education. This podcast has truly changed my life.
Date published: 2016-08-21