Chakra balancing. You can very easily andeffectively balance your chakras with this very simple technique. You can cup your handsover the loion of each of your major chakras, starting with your root chakra and thinkingof itits primary color of red. Then you see the chakra spinning open clockwise downinto the earth. Then you go to your second chakra which is orange as its primary color,the sacral chakra and you imagine it spinning open clockwise as wellits beautiful orangecolor. Then you move to your third chakra, your solar plexus chakra and its primary coloris yellow. Once again, visualize that chakra spinning open and clockwise. Then you go toyour heart chakra, the fourth chakra which
is both green and pink; green for healing,pink for love and you visualize that chakra spinning nice and opening clockwise with thosetwo primary colors of green and pink. Then you have your throat chakra, the fifth chakra;spinning nice and open and clockwiseits primary color of blue. So blue for the fifthchakra for your throat. Then you have your third eye chakra. You want to see it spinningnice and opening clockwiseits primary color of indigo and violet. Beautiful indigo,violet colors spinning nice and open and clockwise. Then your seventh chakra is your crown chakra.And you want to visualize that chakraits primary color of white, maybe with a littlebit of gold spinning nice and open above your
head. If you feel like you need to clear yourchakras, you can spread your fingers open and rake them through your, each of your chakrasin a counter clockwise motion for eleven times. When you're finished with that, then you canflick the energy, the unwelcome energy, down into the earth with a little breath, quot;hoohquot;,transmute that energy into love energy via the earth energies. Then take your hand backand spin your chakraits proper clockwise motion seeing itits particular primarycolor. This way you can keep your chakra system healthy, it will be metabolizing those energiesfor your highest good at all times.
Gcast Duffy Part Two Tutorial
Welcome back to Gcast. I am Donna Duffy an Assistant Professorin the Department of Kinesiology and the Program Director for the Program for the Advancementfor Girls and WomenSport and Physical Activity. Thank you for your questions from our firstGcast. We had a great question comefrom Erin. She asked: about opportunities for peopleto get involved with our program. And there are actually several.
We have a couple of different research studiesthat are going on right now where we could use some student help, undergraduate or graduatestudents to possibly help us conduct interviews and get some qualitative research skills. One study is on high school coaches, and howthey balance their multiple roles while they are inseason and we're going to put a particular focus on coaches who are mothers at high schoollevel. Another study we have just started with TracyNicholsthe Department of Public Health Eduionthe School of HHP is on mother'sexpectation of their sons and daughters travel
sport experiences. Sort of gendered perspectives of why thesemothers get their sons and daughters involved and how they support themtheir travelsport experiences. So if there are students who want to get involvedin developing some of their qualitative research skills, helping with interviewing, or evensome data analysis that's one opportunity to get involved. We also had another question from Sam, askingabout what specific programs we have that are working with girls and womensportand physical activity settings.
One of the exciting things that just happenedfor the Program for the Advancement of Girls and WomenSport and Physical Activity atUNCG is that we are partnering with a nonprofittown called Sports eams. It is an afterschool program for girls thatprovides them with a number of different physical activity opportunities that don't just necessarilyfocus on the traditional sports, but also lifetime activities. Jogging, Tae Kwon Do, and just some of thethings the normally wouldn't get if they choose to try out for a sports team at school.
One of the other initiatives where we willneed some student help is with our symposium seriesApril. The symposium is called: Becoming a BetterAthlete off the Field and the focus is going to be on preparing female athletes to workwith the media. We'll need students to greet people as theyarrive on campus, to also help with the planning of that day, and that project is just beginning. Actually the first planning committee meetingfor that project is right after the Thanksgiving break.
So if you are interestedgetting involvedin any of these things, whether it's the research side or the eduional side, youcan contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or feel free to call memy office 3343025. Thank you for participatingGcast we appreciateyou questions and we hope to hear from you and we hope to get you involved as soon aswe can.