Who the Fuck is Cho Chang? : Angry Root Chakra Healing Through Dance

We’re month three into the QT and shit was hitting the fan at home. Both within myself and the physical location where my body is. I learned about emotional healing through chakra realignment some time last year and try to…

Who the Fuck is Cho Chang? : Angry Root Chakra Healing Through Dance

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We’re month three into the QT and shit was hitting the fan at home. Both within myself and the physical location where my body is.
I learned about emotional healing through chakra realignment some time last year and try to keep to a regular monthly practice with Kassandra. Her affirmations and techniques have been helpful not only to me but to the people I mass send her videos to.
This month in May I decided to experiment with a thematic healing routine where I address each chakra according to the day of the week.

Monday – root
Tuesday – sacral
Wednesday – solar plexus
Thursday – heart
Friday – throat
Saturday – third eye
Sunday – crown

My over zealous desire magnet trap wanted me to release a video every day about this process but I soon learned that I was still healing from “too much process sharing” trauma. I almost hate that word as much as I hate what it has done. continues to do. This daily yoga practice was paired with a menu that targets the chakras. I was also unable to commit to making food every day.

Week 1: Anger
Week 2: Forgiveness
Week 3: Kindness
Week 4: Love

Currently, i am at the end of week 3.
Attuning to the vibrations of each day in relation to the theme of the week has been helpful for in-depth shadow work because it provides a frame of reference for when I spiral into doubt and self hatred. For instance, how can I be kinder to myself on day 4 week 2 : heart chakra in relation to forgiveness – who do i need to forgive, why is that important, how is love possible in these moments, and if it is, is it really even love? How do I forgive someone who hurts me the same way? How do I forgive myself allowing that to happen? Again, is that really love?

We are in the midst of a cosmic shift. The time that we’ve been given to grapple and get messy with ourselves and maybe with each other is sacred. I am understanding this especially in moments when I want to run away but find myself unable to. We are being asked to confront something that we’ve been avoiding. Every moment that I choose presence over escape is growth. It doesn’t matter how painful or small it might seem. Like choosing to look up at the mirror instead of down after I flush and wash my hands.

This video is a quick glimpse into some of the revelations that came up during the first week.

“Who the Fuck is Cho Chang?” continues to be a holding ground for these ideas.

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