1. List the eight Centers of Motivation (chakras).
2. Identify the main symptoms of chakra imbalance and discuss manifestations of same in attendees’ experience and observation.
3. Suggest ways to use the Archetypal Ailments to create dynamic, believable story characters.
4. Explore suggestions for balancing and integrating the Centers of Motivation for self and for clients.
How do the chakras affect emotions?
What chakra is connected to personal boundary issues?
What is an affective activity to strengthen the immune system?
How can you counter the disruptive effects of “rubber-banding” between pairs of chakras?
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