Animal Chakra System
(photos and information courtesy of Patinkas Company, UK)
Just like humans, animals also have a chakra system. Many of our customers have reported that their pets (dogs and cats!) are attracted to the healing energy of the Etheric Crystal Torch. Animals have the same 7 major chakras as humans, along with an eighth chakra called the Brachial, or key, Chakra. The Etheric Crystal Torch is an effective tool for balancing the chakras, and bringing the pet’s energy centers into alignment. A balanced energy flow fosters a more sociable pet, who is more attentive and even tempered.
Animals have 8 Major chakras, 21 Minor chakras and 6 Bud chakras. Alongside the seven Major chakras that animals share with humans (Crown, Third Eye, Throat, Heart, Solar Plexus, Sacral and Root), there is another Major chakra which is unique to animals. It is called the Brachial or Key chakra. This chakra was discovered by the world’s foremost, internationally renowned, animal healer, Margrit Coates (click here to visit Margrit’s web site, The Animal Healer).
The Brachial chakra is located on either side of the body, in the area of the shoulders. It is the main energy centre in all animals and links directly to all other chakras. It is the centre which relates to animal-human interaction and any healing should always begin at this chakra. Animals which have a strong, healthy link with their human companions usually have a vibrant Brachial chakra, as it is the centre where the animal-human bond is formed and carried.
The Bud chakras are found one on each foot (pad, paw, hoof, etc) and one on the skin at the base opening of each ear (see right). They are especially receptive to subtle energy vibrations; for example changes in the weather like a thunderstorm, or even impending, major earth events like an earthquake or hurricane. The Bud chakras located in the feet are often used to source areas of energy in the ground which are beneficial to the animal.
The 21 Minor chakras in animals are sensory centres and can be found, in among other places, on the nose, tail and ears. Whilst the Bud and Minor chakras are smaller energy centres than the Major ones, they are every bit as important and assist in the function of the Major chakras.