Being a working full time Vitki is never boring. You get lots of interesting cases to work on. And you get to help plenty of people in the process. That’s what makes it so great and why I love my work so much.
The other day I had a client come in. He asked me if I did chakra alignment. I told him I didn’t work with the eastern 7 chakra system. But I explained that I did work with the 5 energy wheel system which is definitely more Heathen based (thanks Runic John!). After a quick run down we agreed to work together on what he was describing as a blockage.
I laid him down on a table in a comfortable position. I told him to breath in a pattern of in to the count of three, hold for three and exhale to the count of three. It took him a few minutes to get into this pattern.
I took my clear quartz gand and started my assessment. As I felt the energy in his hamr I realized he indeed had blockages in his top three wheels. The bottom two were humming along nicely. I sensed that the problem was a lack of energy exchange between his third and fourth wheels with another disconnect with his fifth wheel. His fifth or head wheel was also spinning very slowly.
I got to work. Using the gand I started creating new energy pathways between his top three wheels. I also started to redirect the energy into the proper flow pattern of spinning clockwise. All of this took about a half hour to achieve.
One of the things I also did was place a clear quartz stone on each of the wheels to help amplify my attentions. As I placed a stone on his head wheel he let out a yelp. I asked him what was wrong. He told me that it had felt like a sharp pain. I assured him that was just the feeling of the realignment taking effect. A few more spinnings of the gand and I could tell that we were done.
The client stood up I asked him if he felt any different. He told me he could feel energy flowing through his body. I thanked him and told him to see me again in a couple of weeks for a tune up. Then he was on his way.
Helping people feel more connected and intune. All in a day’s work for a Vitki!