Welcome to Episode 7 of The Yogapedia Podcast, "Through the Chakras," featuring yogini, author and chakra expert Anodea Judith. We wanted to say a big thank you to all of you that have tuned in, subscribed and streamed the first six episodes of the podcast. We hope you enjoy this next insightful and inspirational episode with Judith.
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In This Interview: Through the Chakras
In today's episode, we’ll be hearing from Anodea Judith, one of the country's foremost experts on the chakra system and its therapeutic use. She is author of several books on the chakras, yoga, healing, psychology and social change. Her award-wining book Wheels of Life has sold over 250,000 copies in the U.S. with translations in 25 languages. She holds master's and doctoral degrees in psychology and human health. Anodea travels the world teaching workshops and trainings for therapists, yoga teachers and leaders using transformative techniques.
Anodea is a globally recognized teacher, speaker, healer, and writer on the intersection of personal and collective awakening, her passion for the realization of our potential matches her concern for humanity’s impending crises; her fervent wish that we “wake up in time.” Anodea is a therapist with lifelong studies in somatic psychology, mythology, history, sociology, systems theory and mystic spirituality. She is best known for her groundbreaking work reviving the chakra system of ancient yoga, and its profound correlation to human psychology, cultural evolution and the downward process of manifestation. Her best-selling books have gained worldwide recognition. There are more than a million books in print in 25 languages, and they have won several awards.
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