Want to know about Your Career ?
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Manisha Pathak

Want to know about Your Career ?

1. FIVE OF WANDS: The Five of Wands is the ‘Hunger Games’ of Tarot. If this Minor Arcana card appears in your reading, prepare for some stiff competition. This might be a permanent condition as a result of your line of work. This card is common among people working in industries such as sales, banking, and athletes. Disagreements and discord reign when this card is in the mix. However, the outcome doesn’t have to be all bad. If you’re willing to hold your position while working through the challenges presented by the drama, you’ll come out on top. Remember, you are able to succeed, but you must fight for that victory. 2. SEVEN OF CUPS: The seven of cups depicts a person confronted by a variety of options. If this card appears in relation to your career, you may be presented with many different ways you can advance at work. This plurality of options is generally a good thing, but it may be important to be wary about how much time you spend dreaming about something instead of taking steps to make it happen. Remember, a potential path is only as good as the steps you are willing to take down it. You have plenty of ways to make progress in your career, and they can all serve you well. But none will get you what you desire if you don’t choose one path and commit to it. Whatever you end up deciding will serve you well; so, act decisively and with confidence. 3. SIX OF CUPS: The six of cups often represents childhood, memories, and healing. When it comes to your career, now may be a good time to look backwards on the path that got you here. This card can be a signal that your past work can hold great lessons you need to learn for building your future. Think back on what you did right, as well as ensure that you aren’t repeating mistakes from your past. Alternatively, this card can signal that you may be reconsidering your career path, and perhaps returning to a position that you had once left. #tarotcard #tarotlover #magic #tarotcardoftheday #psychicreadings #oraclereading #cardoftheday #lightworker #tarotlove #intuition #divinefeminine #guidance #tarotjakarta #tarotindonesia #taroteverydamnday #soulmate #reiki #psychicmedium #tarotreadersofig #tarotcardreading #tarotdecks #chakras #pickacard #horoscope #psychicreader #bacatarot #manifestation #oraclereadersofinstagram #reel #instareel
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Root chakra grounding meditation music | Guided meditation By Manisha Pathak
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Manisha Pathak

Root chakra grounding meditation music | Guided meditation By Manisha Pathak

root chakra grounding meditation music What is grounding? The root chakra, or mūlādhāra chakra in Sanskrit, is known as “the root of all things.” Located at the base of the spine at about tailbone-level, it acts as the individual’s center of emotional and spiritual balance, as well as instinctual consciousness. At its most basic level, the root chakra is concerned with needs. It governs one’s senses of stability, safety, strength, and commitment and is responsible for self-preservation and feeling grounded. While the root chakra is evolutionarily tied to those basic instincts that help us survive, modern day has connected this chakra more to the business of helping us thrive. Moving beyond just food, water, and shelter, the domain of the root chakra has come to include concepts like health, wealth, and community. Day-to-day feelings of trust, belonging, and being present are governed by the root chakra. The root chakra is especially important to the chakra energy system because a lack of “roots” can compromise the integrity of all the other chakras, directly affecting the wellbeing of the entire body, mind, and spirit. Only when we feel that our most essential needs are met can we focus on growing. The root chakra is also believed to be connected with Kundalini, or cosmic energy force which can be awakened and moved up the spine through the other chakras. Within the chakra system, the root chakra has a masculine energy and is symbolized by a red lotus with four petals. Elementally, it is associated with the earth, and its mantra is, “I have.” When the root chakra is out of alignment, it often leads to an avoidance of conflict, a fear of basic needs going unmet, or a scarcity mindset. Feelings of disconnection, voicelessness, or powerlessness might arise, or one might become stuck, lost, stagnant, depleted, or flighty. All in all, the root chakra is a powerful steadying force which allows us to set ourselves up for success in other chakras and in other areas of life. All things come back to our sense of balance and self-preservation, so don’t overlook the root chakra! By keeping this first chakra in good shape, we will be better able to feel grounded in our identities, our surroundings, and our different seasons of life, thereby equipping us to be the best possible versions of ourselves.