Tuesday, February 17, 2015

A Meditation App blew my mind, aligned my chakras and put a 2 year old to sleep in minutes!

Chakra Pro (by Brian Zeleniac: 

An application that aids your meditation with calming sounds and actual vibrations your energy centers work within. Trust me, I was hesitant and a little worried it was a "gimmick". Those of us that mediate daily might lean towards the assumption that electronics, or waves from a phone are counter-productive. BUT! I listen to Krishna Das or ambient EDM sometimes, so how is it worse? I took the leap of faith and bought it.

What an AMAZING product!  (No, I'm not pushing, being paid, or getting benefits for endorsing it.) I first used it last night, laying in bed with my two year old son. He, I might add, has been a terror because we've recently weaned him off his pacifier. Literally, he screams and cries for it, and hasn't napped since.

The app has different "soundscapes" like rain, forest, white noise, waves...etc to chose from. You then, also choose which Chakra to align with, and it plays the accompanying frequency. WHO KNEW?! I didn't. It comes with a timer function as well as detailed info on each Chakra. I, personally, always meditate from Root to Crown (Red -purple) churning each light, or energy source. The app even has an option to set the time and the series of Chakras, top to bottom, or bottom to top. Whatever time frame you chose, it will divide equally. Pretty cool.

I am in love with it. I laid in bed with my son, set the timer, and began. I'm not exaggerating at all. He went from sniffling, to snoring in less than two minutes. He knows NOTHING about Chakras, energy, or meditation....He's two. Somehow, the "rooting" (which is grounding to earth, family, our presence...etc) frequency, calmed him. Too bad for him, as I stayed in Savasana and completed the series. It felt amazing, and call me weird, I know....I know I am, it was spot on.

From the bottom of my Red-root, I tell you, it's worth the three bucks.

Happy Chakra alignment. Or Happy "timed quiet reflection" or whatever you want to call it.

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