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    Upside-Down Rainbow Maya Dawn's Avatar
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    I love this - thanks for your genuine interest in this topic @Riverfairy

    Hmm... I don't know enough about MBTI functions to comment on that aspect regarding chakras. But from my perspective as a Hindu and a Reiki healer, I'd say what you've described in brief is fairly accurate of where you're getting at.

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    *scratches head* Doesn't chakra come from Hinduism? Arguably the oldest religion in the world? Dunno how that can be interpreted as "new age".
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