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.
How To Make Paint Swirls with Liquitex Pouring Medium
Hi, my name is Ray Dombroski. In today's tutorialI'm going to show you how to make paint swirl effects using acrylic ink and Liquitex PouringMedium and with this you'll get some really cool swirly, psychedelic looking paint effects. So let me start out by showing you the materialsI've got. This is acrylic ink and I'll put the brandthe show notes on my blog. I'vegot some squeeze bottles. I've got the Liquitex Pouring Medium. For later after everythingis done, I've got some Matte Medium and the reason is the pouring medium ies to a glossso if you're going to photograph or scan your piece after it's done, you'll probably wantto knock down some of the glare. The last
material I have is actually the board it goeson and it is Gessoed Art Board and this one's by Speedball, but that gives you a nice whitesurface to start with. The other thing I have is just some paper towels and I've also builtkind of a container box and the reason is when you do this pouring medium, it's goingto, no matter what, it's going to spill up the side and there's not a lot of controlinvolved so basically you want to ch all the ink that runs off. So I'll go ahead and start by mixing up thisink. So what you want to do is just start with a little bit of ink. I'll putthreeor four opper fulls and then this is also
not an exact science. You just want to pourin some pouring medium and I'll just give it a good squirt. That's probably enough.So put your cap back on and make sure it's on tight. Shake it up and just do that forthe rest of the colors and I'll speed some of this up so you don't have to watch allof itslow motion. By the way, when this is done, I'm going to scan it and you'll beable to download it to useyour own artwork if you'd like and that's on my blog. Justfollow the links below the tutorial. What you'll find is when you do this, youbasically have control of when you put the ink down. After that it's up to gravity andhow the ink wants to flow and you'll see what
I mean. You know I'm starting to think weneed some darker colorshere and I had some purple left over from a previous attempt.So I would recommend not being afraid of the medium. Just go for it. See what happens andyou might be pleasantly surprised. This is about where I ended up with the inksandthis state, it's still very fluid so what I did here is I just let it y overnight and you'll be amazed at how much the inks kind of ran and blended together to createsomething completely different than what you see here. So if you'd like to see that and also downloada high resolution file you can useyour
own artwork, just go to the links below thetutorial and it'll take you to my blog where you can see that. Thanks for watching.
Your body language shapes who you are Amy Cuddy
Translator: Joseph GeniReviewer: Morton Bast So I want to start by offering youa free notech life hack, and all it requires of you is this: that you change your posturefor two minutes. But before I give it away,I want to ask you to right now do a little audit of your bodyand what you're doing with your body. So how many of you aresort of making yourselves smalleré Maybe you're hunching, crossing your legs,maybe wrapping your ankles.
Sometimes we hold onto our arms like this. Sometimes we spread out. (Laughter) I see you. So I want you to pay attentionto what you're doing right now. We're going to come backto thata few minutes, and I'm hoping that if you learnto tweak this a little bit, it could significantly changethe way your life unfolds. So, we're really fascinatedwith body language,
and we're particularly interestedin other people's body language. You know, we're interested in,like, you know â€” (Laughter) â€” an awkward interaction, or a smile, or a contemptuous glance,or maybe a very awkward wink, or maybe even something like a handshake. Narrator: Here they arearriving at Number 10. This lucky policeman gets to shake handswith the President of the United States. Here comes the Prime Minister No. (Laughter) (Applause)
(Laughter) (Applause) Amy Cuddy: So a handshake,or the lack of a handshake, can have us talking for weeksand weeks and weeks. Even the BBC and The New York Times. So obviously when we thinkabout nonverbal behavior, or body language but we call itnonverbals as social scientists it's language, so we thinkabout communiion. When we think about communiion,we think about interactions.
So what is your body languagecommuniing to meé What's mine communiing to youé And there's a lot of reason to believethat this is a valid way to look at this. So social scientistshave spent a lot of time looking at the effectsof our body language, or other people's body language,on judgments. And we make sweeping judgmentsand inferences from body language. And those judgments can predictreally meaningful life outcomes
like who we hire or promote,who we ask out on a date. For example, Nalini Ambady,a researcher at Tufts University, shows that when people watch30second soundless clips of real physicianpatient interactions, their judgmentsof the physician's niceness predict whether or notthat physician will be sued. So it doesn't have to do so much with whether or not that physicianwas incoment,