Chakra… it’s a bit of a weird word, right?

Written by: My Chakra Life - May 28th, 2019

So, “let’s start at the very beginning; a very good place to start”… I came over all ‘Sound of Music‘ then! But Maria was right – the beginning is a great place to start, especially if you’re new to this whole, amazing Chakra business. Even how to say it can be confusing, so…

To make things easier for you, I made a little video all about the word Chakra, how to say it, what it means and why you should care! It’s a download of a FB live video I created for a coaching programme I’m in – and it was freakin’ terrifying!! The very first Facebook Live I did as part of this programme involved five hours of pacing the floor and two bottles of wine – so be kind – I’ve come a long way!!!

Take a look and let me know what you think.

My Video

(don’t laugh when the picture falls off the wall in the background!!! Actually – just don’t laugh. Unless I’m trying to be funny – then laugh.)


Chakra… it’s a bit of a weird word, right? from Kathryn King on Vimeo.


Ta – dah!

So, there you have it – now you are fully clued up on the word and its origins. Next time, we’ll take a look at all the different Chakras, what they mean and how you can leverage the power of this amazing system to reach your fullest potential.

What next?

If you’re interested in finding out more about how I live My Chakra Life, the Chakra System and the tools we can use to leverage its awesome power to create more balance; live a better life; and even manage specific issues like anxiety, sadness, loss, poor body image (and lots more), pop over to our Facebook Group and join the conversation there.

Or download our My Chakra Life Wheel to understand more about your own Chakras and get started on your journey to Chakra Health.

Keep up to date with our blogs and if there is anything you would like to know or anything I can help you with in relation to bringing a Chakra practice into your life, please let me know.

*Disclaimer: The meaning of ‘anxiety-free’ will be different to each person I work with. I further explore what anxiety-free means to me in this blog. Each client commits to attending the number of sessions and to completing the work required in each programme. Living your own anxiety-free life will be a long-term pursuit and will require continued commitment after the programme is finished.