chakras

Seven Chakras. By Peter Weltevrede. See more at Sanatan Society

The following is an article in Dr David Stewart’s Raindrop Messenger, that I thought I’d share. David Stewart
is a Christian, but his article pretty much argues that chakras are non-denominational, to be found described in most
of the world’s faiths. For those of you new to this whole subject or have never heard of chakras, don’t worry Dr Stewart
gives a pretty good explanation of what they are.

ARE CHAKRAS NEW AGE?
by David Stewart, PhD
Chakras are not “New Age.” They are Old Age being rediscovered. They are mentioned in both the Old and New Testaments of the Bible. The Jews even have a symbolic representation for the seven Chakras in their Menorah of seven candles, the center one representing the heart chakra.
The first thing to understand is that we all possess an electromagnetic field in which our physical bodies are immersed. Even the medical and biological professions acknowledge that human beings have, not only a physical body of flesh and fluids, but also a subtle electromagnetic field upon which their physical body is superimposed.
Physicians measure your electromagnetic (EM) field to detect problems with your heart and brain by means of EKGs (Electrocardiograms) and EEGs (Electroencephalograms), but they don’t understand, nor utilize, the connections of our EM bodies to our physical bodies in a way to provide pathways to healing. They don’t understand that physical maladies, conditions, and sicknesses usually show up as irregularities in our EM field before they manifest physically. They are unaware of the connection between our minds and feelings to our electromagnetic field and how the condition of the EM Field affectsour physical well-being.

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