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Screen Shot 2020-05-12 at 7.54.02 AMI had the exciting experience to meet Don Humberto Soncco from the Q’ero Nation of Peru and learn how this Master Healer uses the power of nature to heal.

As the translator explained Don Humberto’s healing philosophy, I was struck with the similarities to the philosophy of the Yogic tradition.

Energy centers are places within us where the currents of life’s energies intersect. The yoga tradition has identified several types of energy centers, from the chakras, the major energy centers, to the marma points, the secondary energy centers, to the sandhis or simple junctions. In my yoga practice, we work to balance the chakra centers through meditation, toning, specific poses and affirmations.  As we remove stagnation and open the flow of these energy channels, dramatic healing can occur.

The structure of the Inka tradition includes 7 levels, 7 energy principles and 7 eyes.  As I received a healing from this master, he placed Mesas, energy stones or crystals, at my crown chakra, third eye chakra, heart chakra, solar plexus chakra and other power points. 

His healing was described as removing “heavy energy” and connecting with different nature spirits to fill my “bubble” or aura with the healing forces of nature.  Quite wonderful.  For more information on the Inka tradition, see http://www.WiraqochaFoundation.org.

Becca Chopra, author of The Chakra DiariesChakra SecretsBalance the Chakras, Balance Your Lifeand The Chakra Energy Diet



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