Chakras Balancing

Relax & Energize Your Soul

The ability of a person’s energy field to deliver life-sustaining and healing prana is impacted by unresolved and repressed trauma (energy). When you experience emotional trauma, it leaves a psychic imprint or “knot” that won’t go away on its own if you leave it alone. On the contrary, it will fester and eventually “leak” negative influence into other areas of life, causing upset, sabotage, and unwelcome/unwanted outcomes. Trauma is cumulative, it builds up with each experience that is not healed, cleared, and released.

An emotional body impacted by trauma carries a heavy load that influences day-to-day interactions with others. It needs to be able to recover, and it needs to relax and feel safe. The mental body impacted by trauma is frequently overwhelmed due to the incessant demands of life’s challenges—and it needs a “time-out” to recuperate. The etheric body—our connection to spirit and the divine—is often starving for conscious engagement; being limited by the emotional and mental bodies, and overloaded levels of concern. With little time for self-love, introspection, meditation, prayer, or spiritual communion, we keep getting consumed and drained energetically.

Tantric healing releases and clears energy knots and restores the natural flow of energy and emotional well-being. It works by initiating higher frequency energies and releasing stress from the root and sacral chakras. This in turn results, the subconscious letting go of the ego and emotional traumas stored within one’s body, physically or mentally.

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Volkan Rakin

Volkan Rakin (Vol) has 20 years of hands-on experience in alternative health practices including energy healing, tantra, chakras, and various forms of massages. He was initiated by lineage guru Dr. Vinay Sharma, a disciple of Dr. P J Saher, father of Zen-Yoga. He trained under the personal guidance of various masters from the India, Tibet, Nepal, Philippines and Africa, as a humble student and servant. As well, as many leading modern practitioners.

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