Someday if I ever have a kid of my own, this is exactly the kind of animated cartoon I’ll be turning on for TV time.  An excerpt from the American animated TV series Avatar: The Last Airbender which aired on Nickelodeon from 2005 to 2008, the clip above is far more than your average cartoon fare.  As much for adults as the kids themselves, the 10-minute segment is actually a brilliantly succinct explanation of how to unblock your body’s 7 chakras.  Avatar: The Last Airbender is set in an Asiatic-like world in which some people are able to manipulate the classical elements by use of psychokinetic variants of Chinese martial arts, known as “bending”.  The show combined the styles of anime and American cartoons, and relied on the imagery of various East Asian, Inuit, Southeast Asian, South Asian, and New World societies.  If this is up your alley then you will be fascinated by the video below as well, which demonstrates the otherworldly superpowers of a chi master.  Collective Evolution writes: “The healer claims to use both yin and yang chi, and that the mixture of these results in the various effects. The navel chakra is said to be the positive terminal, while the perineum is said to be the negative terminal. When chi can be drawn up into one’s own ‘inner cauldron’, an internal alchemy can occur by blending sexual, vital, and spiritual essences.  These are powerful internal practices that can be developed over time with practice and proper training.”  You can read the full story of the extaordinary video below by visiting

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