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THE CANINE SACRAL CHAKRA

The Sacral Chakra is the center of emotions for your dog. This is where their happiness and ability to blend well with their family lies. Dogs with open, balanced sacral chakras are the ones who are adopted first at the shelters. They seem to beam a confident, loving vibe.

  • Color: Orange
  • Crystal: Citrine, carnelian, tiger's eye, clear quartz
  • Energy: Emotions, feelings and sexuality

With an open and balanced Sacral Chakra your dog's feelings are expressed appropriately, without being frantic or too intense. They are open to affection and loving. An under active Sacral Chakra leads to a stiff dog, lacking in emotion or warmth. On over-active Sacral Chakra can present as an overly emotional, hyper dog. They may be needy, emotionally attached to people and separation anxiety may be an issue.

DOG WITH BALANCED SACRAL CHAKRA

  • Expresses emotions appropriately
  • Open to affection
  • Loving

DOG WITH UNDERACTIVE SACRAL CHAKRA

  • Stiff
  • Stand-offish
  • Not openly loving
  • Not connected to their people

DOG WITH OVERACTIVE SACRAL CHAKRA

  • Prone to separation anxiety
  • Too emotionally attached
  • Overly emotional
  • Needy
  • Clingy

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