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Experience Your Passion with the Sacral Chakra

Each Chakra is directly linked to your mental, physical and spiritual attributes. By understanding each Chakra and how to keep the energy flowing freely, you can achieve harmony within yourself.

Located above the pubic bone and below the navel, the Sacral Chakra, also called the Relationship Chakra and Svadhisthana (Hindu), helps us express yourself through creativity, be in touch with our feelings and emotions, experience the moment and sense changes in your body.

Sacral Chakra Information:

  • Color: orange
  • Element: water
  • Sound: D/Ohm
  • Identity: emotional
  • Sense: taste
  • Body functions: movement and connection
  • Organs: womb, genitals, kidney, bladder, stomach, large intestine, appendix
  • Developmental stage: 6 months – 2 years
  • Incense: sandalwood, cinnamon and gardenia
  • Herb: fennel, coriander, sweet paprika, cinnamon


Why Is a Balanced Sacral Chakra Important?

When the Sacral Chakra is in balance, you feel generous and giving, able to express yourself through creativity and experience pleasure. You feel your connection with the world around you, have energy and a zest for life as well as nurture yourself and have healthy boundaries. Living your authentic self with confidence is your motto!


How Do I Know If My Sacral Chakra Is Out of Balance?

Your Sacral Chakra can be under- or overactive, which causes it to be out of balance. Review the lists below to see if your Sacral Chakra is imbalanced:

Underactive Sacral Chakra:

  • UnemotionalSacral Chakra location
  • Self-deprivation
  • Poor social skills
  • Guarded (trust issues)
  • Low or no libido
  • Lazy, feeling sluggish
  • Denial of pleasure
  • Fearful
  • Depression
  • Lack of creativity

Overactive Sacral Chakra:

  • Compulsive behaviors
  • Frustration
  • Overly emotional
  • Excessive sex drive
  • Muscle tension and abdominal cramps
  • Emotional dependency (needy)
  • Hypersensitive


  • Menstrual difficulties
  • Lack of flexibility
  • Disorders of reproductive organs
  • Problems with urinary system including bladder, kidneys, spleen and gallbladder
  • Sexual dysfunction
  • Deadened senses
  • Fertility issues


How Do I Balance (Open) My Sacral Chakra?

The following techniques help open, unblock and balance your Sacral Chakra. You can do one or more of these techniques to bring the Chakra back into balance. Experiment with each to see which techniques work best for you.

Physical Exercises:

  • As you inhale through your left nostril only by using two fingers on your right hand to close the right nostril. Breathe in from your belly and exhale slowly for 8 to 10 breaths.
  • Swimming, wading, being near water and/or listening to water
  • Yoga poses – dancer, child, twisting triangle

Meditation: As you meditate, visualize yourself on a beach listening to the water and enjoying a beautiful red orange sunset. Imagine the fiery rays emanating from within the blazing sun moving in a circular motion towards your sacral chakra. Once the rays reach your pelvic area, imagine them swirling and energizing your sacred area. Allow this cleansing orange energy to radiate throughout your lower abdomen, and into your genitals, lower back and sacrum. Learn more here.

Chanting/Tonal Sounds: The sound vibrations help the cells work together in harmony, and the Sacral Chakra harmonizes with the D note. The mantra sound for the Sacral Chakra is VAM – see this video. These techniques can be incorporated into your meditation.

Gemstones: Lie down and place gemstones on the area of the Sacral Chakra for 15 minutes to help realign the Chakra – Ruby and Carnelian for underactive Sacral Chakra, and Chrysocolla; Jade and Clear Quartz when the Sacral Chakra is overactive. Women can also use Moonstone. You can use one or many types of gemstones during this process.

Aromas, Herbs and Essential Oils: Black pepper, cinnamon, cypress, rose, ylang-ylang, clary sage, tangerine and orange can be sniffed, diffused or applied to your skin (dilute when necessary) daily. You can also burn cedar incense or sage.

Color Therapy: Focus on a lit orange candle, wear orange cloths and paint your finger and/or toe nails orange to activate your Sacral Chakra energy.

Food: Eat orange food like oranges, tangerines, mandarins, passion fruit, sweet potatoes and carrots. Other foods to eat include melons, mangos, coconuts, strawberries, honey, sunflower seeds and almonds.


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Himalayan Salt – More Beneficial Than Table Salt

The health benefits of salt has been known for centuries and used often to dry and rid sinuses of bacteria. There are many different types of salt, but Himalayan salt is considered the purest salt on earth. Himalayan salt contains over 84 natural minerals and trace elements and found deep within the Himalayan Mountains where minimal air pollutants are found.

Himalayan salt lamp benefits may include the following:

  • Cleanses the air
  • Removes moisture from the air
  • Improve respiratory ailments
  • Releases negative ions into the air
  • Neutralize positive ions


Why are negative ions beneficial?

High concentrations of negative ions are found in the air when you are at sea, in high mountain elevations, and near swiftly moving water.  When negative ions enter the human body, a sense of calm and well-being may result.  This is the reason many people feel better after being near the ocean, waterfalls and after thunderstorms.

Himalayan Salt Lamps offer many benefitsNegative ions also reduce allergens, smoke and irritants by making them heavier than the air.  Ionic cleaners use this same principle.  The amount of negative ions release depends on the size of the lamp and the amount of heat given off by the candle or light bulb inside the crystal.

The negative ions released by the Himalayan salt lamp helps to balance the positive ions in the air.  Positively charge ions are put out by our electronic devices like the television, microwave, computer, etc.

If you have large concentrations of positive ions in the air, you may be feeling the following effects in that environment:

  • Increase nervousness
  • Added bodily stress
  • Increase sleeplessness
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Increased feeling of depression


Where should a Himalayan salt lamp be place in the home?

Put into places where you spend the most time, especially in rooms with more than one electronic device.  The negative ions dissipate within a few feet of the lamp, so it is best to place it near electronic devices or close to your sitting area.  Because they draw moisture to them, the lamp should be kept out of high humidity areas like bathrooms and basements.

Interested in seeing and learning more about Himalayan salt lamps, stop into Seeds of Wellness.

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Purpose of Animal Guides

Native Americans and many other cultures honor and respect the earth, nature and animals. Through their connection with Mother Earth, they recognized the power of spirit guides and their teachings because they believe the spirit of the Great Spirit (God) is in all things. These teachings can be seen in the Native American medicine wheel in the way they incorporate colors, animals and nature lessons for each direction.

For centuries, Native Americans looked at animals as teachers, guides and guardians of the land. Each animal has unique gifts given to them by the Great Spirit. These gifts help Animal Guides (also called animal totems and power animals) offer protection and teachings to help guide us as we walk our spiritual path. Animal Guides also offer insights into our subconscious mind by bringing attention to qualities in our current spiritual path that need to be explored and developed.

Animal Guide walking ahead on our path
Each of us has one main Animal Guide that represents our inner self. However, each direction of the medicine wheel is represented by a personal Animal Guide to help teach us the direction’s lessons. These Animal Guides can be used as spiritual tools to help us become aware of our personal path. As we go through our lives and our spiritual paths change, our Animal Guides may also change to offer guidance for our new life path challenges.

Learn about your Animal Guides and their lessons for you at Seeds of Wellness. Brenda Mayo teaches you about your Animal Guides and their guidance for each direction of the Seneca medicine wheel. You can choose to learn about five or all seven of your Animal Guides. After the reading, you will receive your Animal Guide teachings, so you can explore them further. Call Seeds of Wellness to make an appointment for an Animal Guide Reading.

Note: An Animal Guide Reading is for entertainment purposes only, and you must be 18 or older.

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Healing with Calendula and Comfrey Salves

The use of herbs for medicinal purposes can be traced back to the Egyptians around 1500 BC. Many people still rely on herbal remedies because their safety and effectiveness have not changed over time. A common external form for herbal remedies is salves, “an ointment used to promote healing of the skin or as protection” (Oxford Dictionary). Salves are usually a combination of herbs, beeswax (for vegans Carnauba Wax) and oil. Two herbs used in salves are Calendula and Comfrey.


Calendula Salve

Calendula Salve helps heal your skinThis flowering plant native to Mediterranean countries provides many healing benefits to the skin when applied as a salve or ointment:

  • Promotes healing of wounds, bruises, sunburns and mild rashes
  • Reduces pain and swelling
  • Relieves athlete’s foot
  • Nourishes dry and damaged skin
  • Reduces itching of insect bites

For more information about Calendula, visit

Note: If you are allergic to marigold or pot marigold, you should not use Calendula salves or any product containing Calendula.


Comfrey Salve

Comfrey Salve helps heal muscles and jointsNative to Ireland and Britain, the Comfrey plant has been used for centuries because of the following healing benefits:

  • Relieves muscle and joint pain and inflammation
  • Speeds healing of wounds, muscle strains and bone fractures
  • Reduces skin irritations like insect bites

For more information about Comfrey, visit

Note: Do not use on open sores and wounds or when nursing.


Natural healing slaves and powders by The Garden Variety
Seeds of Wellness now carries Calendula and Comfrey Salve as well as other 100% natural and organic herbal remedies by The Garden Variety. Stop in to see which salves and powders will help you.

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Are There Benefits to Group Meditation?

Meditation helps you relax, regenerate your energy and balances. It also helps you connect with your inner peace, improves your self-awareness and deepens your spiritual connection.

Group meditation elevates each individual’s intent and great shifts can occur. A real connection happens by tapping into the same peace and silence together. This provides stronger healing powers than meditating alone.


  • Strengthens your connectionsGroup of people meditating
  • Support of others
  • Learn new meditation techniques
  • Inspires and motivates to commit to regular practice
  • Meditate longer than when you meditate alone
  • Sense of acceptance and belonging
  • Unifies and strengthens intention
  • Enhances spiritual growth
  • Learn from each other

Seeds of Wellness offers a monthly group meditation that explores different types of meditation. Please join us on the second Sunday of each month at 12:30 pm. During the meeting, we discuss the meditation technique we are doing and then meditate together using this technique. The group is free – donations are welcome.

Go to our Events webpage to learn more about our Exploring Meditation Group.

Source:6 Reasons Why Group Meditation Is Awesome” by Kathryn Remati

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Getting Grounded with Your Root Chakra

Each Chakra is directly linked to your mental, physical and spiritual attributes. By understanding each Chakra and how to keep the energy flowing freely, you can achieve harmony within yourself.

Located at the base of the spine, the Root Chakra, also called the Base Chakra and Muladhara (Hindu), grounds you, influences your survival instincts, gives you a strong foundation and connects you to the physical world.

Root Chakra Information:Root Chakra location 

  • Color: main – red, other colors – brown, black and gray
  • Element: earth
  • Sound: C/Oohm
  • Identity: physical
  • Sense: smell
  • Body functions: elimination and sex drive
  • Organs: large intestines, immune system and all reproductive organs
  • Developmental stage: womb to 12 months
  • Incense: cedar
  • Herb: sage


Why Is a Balanced Root Chakra Important?

When the Root Chakra is in balance, you feel secure, safe and stable in your life. You let go of fear easily and worry less. Your connection with your physical body, environment and the Earth is strong, which allows you to harness courage and be resourceful. You know your place in the world and work with the world, not against it.


How Do I Know If My Root Chakra Is Out of Balance?

Your Root Chakra can be under- or overactive, which causes it to be out of balance. Review the lists below to see if your Root Chakra is imbalanced:
Underactive Root Chakra:

  • Neglecting yourself
  • Poor discipline, setting of boundaries
  • Depressed
  • Underweight, not hungry or able to eat
  • Disorganized
  • Insecure, anxious and nervous
  • Lack of energy and lethargic
  • Disconnected/not feeling you belong
  • Lack of sex drive


Overactive Root Chakra:
Like a tree you need a strong foundation for stability - Root Chakra

  • Overeating and unhealthy food cravings
  • Fear and/or paranoia
  • Addition to adrenaline activities
  • Hoarding and material fixation
  • Aggression and anger
  • Need to be in control, dominate
  • Over active sex drive



  • Constipation
  • Lower back, hip, leg, knee and/or feet pain
  • Rectal/anal problems
  • Frequent illness
  • Prostate problems for men
  • Bladder and/or kidney issues
  • Frequent illness


How Do I Balance (Open) My Root Chakra?

Physical Exercises:

  • As you inhale, contract the muscles between your anus and genitals inward, and relax these muscles as you exhale. Do this a few minutes daily. This exercise can be done while sitting, standing or walking.
  • Walking – as you walk concentrate on your feet connecting with the earth and feel your connection with your surroundings. Walk barefoot when possible.
  • Dance – turn up your favorite tunes and let your body move with the music as you feel the vibrations within your body.
  • Yoga poses – mountain, warrior, bridge

Meditation: Helps to ground you, gives feeling of safety, connects you to your higher self and provides a sense of peace and stability. As you meditate focus on the tip of your nose to help align the Root Chakra. It is also best if you sit on the floor to feel your connection with the earth.

Chanting/Tonal Sounds: The sound vibrations help the cells work together in harmony, and the Root Chakra harmonizes with the C note. The mantra sound for the Root Chakra is LAM – see the video below. These techniques can be incorporated into your meditation.

Gemstones: Lie down and place gemstones on the area of the Root Chakra for 15 minutes to help realign the Chakra. Garnet, Red Jasper, Ruby, Bloodstone, Hematite or Agate for underactive Root Chakra, and Black Tourmaline, Smoky Quartz, Onyx, Obsidian and Emerald when the Root Chakra is overactive. You can use one or many types of gemstones during this process.

Aromas, Herbs and Essencial Oils: Basil, cedarwood, cilantro, ginger, myrrh, patchouli, rosemary, sandalwood and/or white fir can be sniffed, diffused or applied to your skin (dilute when necessary) daily. You can also burn cedar incense or sage.

Color Therapy: Focus on a lit red candle, wear red cloths and paint your finger and/or toe nails red to activate your Root Chakra energy.

Food: Eat red food like red apples, strawberries, red cabbage, beets and tomatoes. Other foods to eat include ginger, root vegetables like potatoes and carrots and high protein foods such as eggs, meat, nuts, tofu and beans.


Need help balancing your Root Chakra? Call Seeds of Wellness to schedule a Reiki session with Lynne or Brenda. Also go to our Events webpage to see when Greg Kendzior can balance your Root Chakra and other Chakras using massage therapy and/or tuning forks.

Learn more about meditation, by attending our Monthly Meditation Group. Call to learn more.


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What Are Chakras?

The ancient tradition of Chakras originated in India, and the word translates to “wheel” or “circle”. What we know about Chakras today comes from the practice of yoga. Chakras refer to the universal life force (energy) that circulates through us. Each Chakra transmits and stores the universal energy as it spins.

There are seven Chakras, which correspond to different areas of your spine, major organs, emotions and spiritual being. The list below includes the name, color and location of each Chakra:
The seven Chakra locations in the body

  • Root Chakra (red) – The base of the spine, tailbone (legs, buttocks, colon)
  • Sacral Chakra (orange) – Lower abdomen, slightly below the navel (bladder, genitals, adrenal glands, large intestine)
  • Solar Plexus Chakra (yellow) – Upper abdomen, navel to breastbone (pancreas, small intestine, liver, gallbladder, spleen)
  • Heart Chakra (green) – Center of the chest (heart, lungs, lymphatic system, arms) unites lower and upper chakras
  • Throat Chakra (blue) – Just below the larynx (throat, mouth, neck and thyroid)
  • Third Eye Chakra (indigo) – Between the eyes at the bridge of the nose (brain, ears, eyes, pituitary gland, neurological system)
  • Crown Chakra (white/violet) – located at the top of the skull, or outside the body directly above the head (Central nervous system, skin, muscular system, pineal gland)

Many believe that blocked Chakra energy leads to illness and imbalance because the energy cannot flow freely. How the blockage affects you depends on which Chakra(s) are not in balance.

Imbalance can be noticed by paying attention to frequent issues in an area of the body. For example, reoccurring headaches shows imbalance and blockage in the Third Eye Chakra and constant constipation relates to the Root Chakra needing opened.

There are several ways you can bring your Chakras back into balance. Yoga, meditation and chanting (to name a few) help bring balance to specific Chakras or all seven Chakras without needing help from another person. Alternative healing practitioners of Reiki, tuning forks, acupressure and other healing practices help clear blockages from all seven Chakras and alleviate stress within the body through non-invasive healing techniques and remedies.

Seeds of Wellness provides Reiki, massage and tuning fork treatments. See our Services and Event web pages to learn more. We are also starting a monthly meditation group to explore different types of meditation techniques. Call us to learn more about the group and our services.


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Using Sacred Clearing Votive Candles

November’s votive candle of the month this year is Sacred Clearing, a blend of cedarwood, clary sage and pine oils, by Sacred Path Candles.

Sacred Clearing votive candleWe chose this candle because November brings family and friends into our homes during the holidays. When you place a Sacred Clearing votive candle in your dining room or living room, the aroma helps purify and keep negative energy out of the space. Put one by the door to prevent negative energy from entering your home.

Sacred Clearing candles also help protect and promote healing. As we transition from Autumn to Winter, our bodies feel the affects of the changes. This votive candle helps our bodies deal better with these changes and keeps us healthier.

Since Sacred Path Candles are aromatherapy candles, the presence of the Sacred Clearing pillar or votive candle is enough to clear negative energy and promote purification, protection and healing without lighting it.

Stop into Seeds of Wellness to learn more. We wish you all a safe and healthy holiday season.

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What Do Electronic Cigarettes Have To Do With Well-Being?

Many of you know that Seeds of Wellness’ mission is to improve your overall well-being. We hope the products we sell and services we provide bring you happiness, help decrease your stress and improve your physical body and mental state. So how do electronic cigarettes fit in?

Electronic cigarette accessories and e-liquid
Electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes, e-cigs and vaping pens, offer an alternative way for people to inhale nicotine without the tar, ash, smell and smoke. The main ingredients in electronic cigarette e-liquids (or e-juice) are water, nicotine, propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG) and flavoring, which amount to 15 or less ingredients. Compare this to the approximately 600 ingredients in a cigarette. These ingredients create more then 7,000 chemicals after the cigarette is lit.

So far research has shown that e-cigs are healthier than cigarettes. Chemical research of e-cigarettes shows that the e-liquid vapor contain less chemicals than cigarettes and similar or less chemicals to other nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs) on the market. The effects of e-cig vapor on cardiovascular and respiratory functions are milder than smoking cigarettes. As for second-hand exposure, bystanders inhale minimal chemicals from electronic cigarette vapors. The main side effects reported by users of e-cigarettes are throat irritation and cough. To read more about the research results visit “Safety evaluation and risk assessment of electronic cigarettes as tobacco cigarette substitutes: a systematic review”.

E-cigarette and e-juice vaporHowever, like most of the things we inhale, electronic cigarettes are not 100% healthy. In a new study of e-cigs, they found that e-juice vapor with and with-out nicotine damages lung cells. Read more at “E-cigarette vapor, even when nicotine-free, found to damage lung cells”. More research needs to be completed to learn the long-term affects of e-liquid vapor on the lungs and other organs of the body.

While e-cigs are not healthy, so far research shows they are healthier than cigarettes. Therefore, when a person switches from cigarettes to electronic cigarettes, they are improving their overall well-being. Since we opened in 2010, several of our customers have completely switched over to e-cigarettes, and we know five of our customers quit nicotine entirely using e-cigs and have not picked up a cigarette or electronic cigarette since they stopped.

If you would like to know more about nicotine and e-liquid and its ingredients, please read our blog posts:

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Balancing Your Pet’s Energy Chakras Using a Pendulum

There are several ways to balance your pet’s energy. These instructions help you balance your pet’s chakras, energy centers in the body, using a pendulum. This process does not completely heal your pet, but it will help remove dis-ease from their chakras. By putting your pet’s energy in balance, your pet’s physical body’s ability to heal itself increases. Your pet also feels an overall sense of well-being.


Meaning of the Pendulum Swings

When the pendulum swings counter-clockwise, it is removing blocked or negative energy from the area below the pendulum.

If the pendulum swings clockwise, positive and healing energy is being channeled to the area below the pendulum to restore balance.

When the pendulum does not swing, the energy in the area below the pendulum is in balance.


Energy Balancing Instructions

Complete the following steps in a quiet location where your pet can relax. Your pet may sit, stand or lay down while you balance their energy. This process will not hurt your pet. Your pet may fall asleep during or after their chakra balancing.
How to hold pendulum
Most people hold the top of the pendulum chain (bead or fob) between their thumb and forefinger. Always hold the pendulum approximately 1- 2 inches above your pet.

  1.  1. Hold the pendulum above the tail
  2.  2. Move the pendulum from the tail towards your pet’s nose by following the spine
  3.  3. Stop moving the pendulum when you go past the entire body (This opens your pet’s energy centers)
  4.  4. Starting at your pet’s nose, move the pendulum slowly towards the tail
  5.  5. Stop moving the pendulum when it starts to swing
  6.  6. Allow the pendulum to swing over the area until it stops (if the swing was counter-clockwise, complete steps 7 through 10. If the swing was clockwise, go to step 11.)
  7.  7. Move the pendulum off your pet
  8.  8. Gently shake the pendulum
  9.  9. Return the pendulum to the last area where the swinging occurred
  10. 10. Allow the pendulum to swing until it stops
  11. 11. Repeat steps 4 through 10 until you have reached your pet’s tail without the pendulum swinging

Your pet’s energy and chakras are now in balance. You can balance your pet’s energy as often as you feel necessary.

If you notice any signs of distress during the steps – trying to leave, baring their teeth, raising hair on their back or other warning signs pause or stop the balancing session. Allow your pet to calm down or fall asleep before trying to balance their energy again. After several balancing sessions, your pet may become use to the process and may show signs of enjoyment or lying down when seeing you with your pendulum.

Note: The balancing of your pet’s energy should not be used as an alternative to veterinary medicine, but as a way to enhance your pet’s quality of life and well-being. If you are concerned about your pet’s health, please contact your veterinarian.

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Benefits of Balancing Your Pet’s Chakras

Like humans, your pet will show behavior and emotional changes when their chakras are not in balance. After balancing their energy two or more times, you may notice the following changes:

  • Relaxed and calmer
  • Reduced anxiety, nervousness and stress
  • Increased happiness and energy
  • Easier ability to adapt to their environment
  • Better training sessions
  • Faster recovery from illness, surgery or minor health issues

These are only a few benefits you might notice in your pet after one or more balancing sessions.

You can balance your pet’s chakras at any age. In time you will notice when your pet’s energy is out of balance. If you are not comfortable balancing your pet’s chakras, look for a Reiki Master in your area who works with animals.

At Seeds of Wellness, we sell handmade gemstone pendulums and work with your pets using Reiki and pendulums to help balance their chakras. Both owners, Lynne Hamilton and Brenda Mayo, are Reiki Masters and willing to help your pet. Please give us a call for more information or to set up a balancing session for your pet.

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