The Chakra Kits

I have a range of 20 Herbal Chakra Tonics that integrate with the Aura Sprays, and are complimented by guided meditations and mindfulness meditations. These kits amalgamate my experience as an Aura Therapist with over 20 years experience in the trade, with my expertise as a Naturopath. By the time I graduated as a Naturopath in 2003, I had already clocked up hundreds or aura healings, readings and sketches since I began doing this work in 1996.


Seen with psychic vision, the aura is a cloud of rainbow-coloured light that surrounds you. You could think of the aura as being your spirit-self or your energy-body. Aura colours can be ‘read’ by a practitioner such as myself. Each colour tells me something about a clients personality, feelings, emotions, thoughts, beliefs, experiences and interactions with others. The colours themselves come from energy structures in the aura called chakras. I ‘see’ around 100 different aura colours, all of which have multiple different possible meanings depending on the exact shade, where in the aura they are found, and the other colours they are found with.


I have 9 different remedies in my Aura Spray range and each one contains aura-medicine made from gems, native flowers and aura colours. Every remedy comes from my own collection, which I hand-made myself. Many of the flower essences I use aren’t available via any other commercial outlet and my range of colour remedies is completely unique to me, having been created using sunlight, water and my original deck of hand-made Aura Cards. The Aura Sprays are designed to tone, balance and nourish specific chakras. The Brown Spray Bottle, for example, nourishes the Earth Chakra beneath our feet, helping to improve our grounding (being present in the moment, focused, practical etc). This adds more Brown Frequencies of light to the aura. Clients can spray the Aura Spray throughout their aura (eg around their head and body), directly onto the part of the body associated with that chakra (eg the feet) and/or under the tongue.


As a naturopath trained in herbal medicine, I have spent many years observing how specific herbs affect the aura and chakras. Over time, I developed my own personal system for using herbal medicine to improve chakra and aura health. This has culminated in my range of Herbal Chakra Tonics. Each tonic contains four or more herbs at a low dose, chosen for their beneficial ‘plant-spirit medicine’. There are two bottles for each of the ten basic colours I use in the Chakra Kit system. In the Brown chakra bottle range, for example, I have “Ground Yourself”, and a second, slightly stronger blend called “Stand Your Ground.”

Clients add a dropperful of Chakra Tonic to a small glass of water once or twice a day and sip. Healers like myself can apply the tonic throughout a client’s aura by rubbing it onto our hands and running our hands through the aura, or by taking a dropperful under the tongue and blowing our herb-infused breath throughout the aura.


Each Herbal Chakra Tonic has two meditations that have been designed for use along with the tonic. Best results come from combining all three elements of the Kit together: Aura Spray, Herbal Tonic and Meditation.

Guided Imagery

One of the meditations is a guided imagery meditation. This is like listening to a spoken-book story that asks you to use your imagination. The meditations are full of sensory richness. Some focus directly on the chakras, others teach breathing techniques, and some take you on adventurous journeys through nature or to meet inner selves.

Mindfulness Meditation

The mindfulness meditations focus more on contemplation and self-awareness. They ask you to ponder questions, suggest the use of mantras, and help you develop a more mindful, body-based self-awareness. They also contain some chakra-based wisdom and insights.


The full kit contains an Aura Spray with both of the Chakra Tonics that match with that colour. In the BROWN KIT, for example, the Brown Aura Spray is combined with the “Ground Yourself” Herbal Chakra Tonic and the “Stand Your Ground” Herbal Chakra Tonic. It also comes with four meditations (ie a guided meditation and a mindfulness meditation) for both Chakra Tonics. I recommend using your Aura Spray day and night. Use “Stand Your Ground” in the morning to help improve your personal boundaries throughout the day, and “Ground Yourself” at night to relax. The meditations can be done as needed. I recommend doing one daily, remembering that you have four to choose from.


In the single tonic kit, you get one Aura Spray and only one of the two Herbal Chakra Tonics, but the size is larger ie 50ml rather than 25ml. This kit comes with two meditations.


The individual item costs for the Kit ingredients are as follows:

50ml Aura Spray : $20

50ml Chakra Tonic : $20

25ml Chakra Tonic : $15

Meditations : $5


This is just an initial Blog to introduce the Kits, but at some stage I’ll create a proper page on the site so you can see the full range. Here’s a sneak peek at the names of the Chakra Tonics. The names give you insight into what they are used for:

BASE CHAKRA – BROWN (also tied in with the Earth Chakra)

Ground Yourself

Stand Your Ground


Awaken your Fire

Focus on direction


Enjoy Life

Free Yourself


Clear Your Mind

Shine Your Light


Embrace Others

Radiate Love


Heal Yourself

Rest in Nature


Cleanse Yourself

Express Yourself


Expand your Mind

Awaken Your Vision


Connect with Spirit

Trust Yourself


Balance Yourself

Protect Yourself




The closing down sale


9am- 12pm  AND  2pm- 5pm



Many years ago, I created a Chakra Meditation book, filled with chakra meditations and contemplation questions. There were 20 in all, with two meditations and contemplations for each colour. While I use the traditional 7-chakra rainbow system, I recognise extra colours for the base, heart and crown chakras. Here in this picture, for example, is one of the contemplation pages for BROWN, which I consider a second frequency associated with the base chakra, alongside the more traditional red colour used to represent this centre.

Some years after that, I began experimenting with drop-dose liquid herbal medicine, where small doses are used to tap into the energetic properties of plants. At first, I made a few mistakes and it took a bit of experimenting to get the dose right. If you go too low you can trigger symptoms that herb would normally treat. Nettles for example, might helps us release old resentments and stored anger from the solar plexus, but if the dose is too small, it might trigger a physical healing crisis with a hot red rash appearing on the solar plexus area.

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The Base Chakra Aura Spray, along with the ‘Stand your Ground’ and ‘Ground Yourself’ Chakra Tonics for the base chakra

Once I got the dose right,  I began to see and feel the frequency of each herb with greater accuracy. For many years I used the herbs during chakra/aura healing work, by rubbing them over my hands and allowing the spirit of the plants to guide me. All of this research has now culminated in the creation of 20 Chakra Tonics that align with the chakra meditations and contemplation exercises in the book I’d written years earlier. I hadn’t realised until recently that these two projects were going to merge as one!

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The Chakra Meditation book

For a few months now, I’ve been playing happily with the Chakra Tonics and am delighted with how effective they are. It might take me a bit longer to pull everything together as a full package, but you’re welcome to come have a dabble on the closing down day. Shuffle the Chakra Meditation card deck to find out which Chakra Tonic is right for you, or tell me a little about physical, emotional and psychological challenges you are facing and I can help you choose the right blend, or the right combination of Herbal Chakra Tonic with Aura Spray.



Herbal singles for the Base Chakra (brown): Earthy, restorative, strengthening remedies that help you ‘Stand your Ground’.

I’m about to begin travelling back and forth between Northern NSW and Darwin, which is another reason I’ve wanted to condense or down-size my product range. Being a chakra/aura therapist, I couldn’t resist grouping the ‘herbs for sale’ according to chakras. Each chakra section on the sale day will include liquid herbal ‘singles’ and ‘blends’. Singles are one herb on it’s own, blends are a combination of herbs working together.

In the Brown Base Chakra ‘single herb section for example, I have horsetail, which is rich in minerals, especially silica… a beautiful, earthy herb that builds strength on a musculoskeletal level. Astragalus builds deep strength into the immune system while also improving tone and resilience, being an incredible preventative for colds and flus and a brilliant remedy for prolapse of any kind. IMG_2596

In the blended section for this chakra/colour I have some energy restorative blends, full of herbs that restore depleted adrenal function and help rebuild us when we’ve become run down or are recovering from illness. There’s also a blend of herbs for restoring and strengthening the immune system.

In some chakra sections, there are herbal tablets for sale, and some dried herbs.

michelle bIf you need a herbalist/naturopath while I’m away, let me introduce you to the lovely Michelle Brown Some of you may remember meeting her when she was apprenticed to me years ago, while completing clinic time for her degree. Michelle is very intuitive and insightful, and shares my passion for holism, both in her whole-person approach to naturopathy and her grasp on the importance of whole-plant synergy and food as medicine.


Over the past few weeks I’ve been testing out my new Wish-Pillows, which are soooo much fun! My inner child really loves them. I keep mine beside the bed and some night I snuggle up with it. I love breathing deep the scent of Schisandra, Shatavari and Rose Petals, while I make my wishes.

IMG_2496Schisandra has a ‘Synchronicity Pink’ frequency to it… for anyone who doesn’t have an Aura Card set, this means it’s a magical herb that helps us to have more faith in (and attunement with) divine timing. And in all the ancient textbooks, Shatavari (wild asparagus), comes with a warning: “Do not use if you don’t want flying dreams’. I mean, really, who wouldn’t want to have flying dreams? Perhaps if you were scared of heights….

…but really, whether or not you have flying dreams isn’t really the point here. The flying dreams are a metaphor for freedom; for rising above what you might otherwise by mired within. Like an eagle looking down from a great height, Shatavari gives us the capacity to let go, step back and see the bigger picture. It’s this letting go, this detachment, that is such an important and often overlooked aspect of reality creating. Intending without releasing is like deciding what you want at a restaurant but forgetting to tell the waiter!Screen Shot 2016-08-09 at 5.19.27 PM

Another oft overlooked aspect of reality-creating, or making good wishes, is the ability to come from the heart. Rose-Petals centre us within the heart chakra and help us tap into the high-frequency positive emotions that help empower intent, like gratitude, forgiveness and unconditional love.

I’m madly packing for the big move at the moment, but hopefully once that’s done I’ll have time to write up the Spell-Scrolls that go with the Wish-Pillows. And me being me, I’ll naturally make sure there is a practical side to all of this, with a quality guided meditation that helps you focus not only on the more esoteric side of making wishes, but the grounded actions you can take to make your dreams a reality.


IMG_2600This small kit of five remedies can be used for emotional emergencies. Gelsenium, for example, is brilliant for performance anxiety, where we freeze up while on stage, speaking publically, or being interviewed for a new job. It’s particularly good for anticipatory anxiety, where we are trembling and having trouble with our breathing because we’re getting ourselves worked up about something we are dreading.

Nat Mur helps us with grieving, where the grieving state has become stuck and unable to resolve itself. Nux Vom is the premier bear-with-sore-head remedy, perfect for terrible hangovers and the grumpiness that comes from burned-out, stressed workaholism. Silicea is for weak boundaries and empathic/emotional over-sensitivity, while Chamomilla is the famous teething remedy, great to use when we are acting like an impossible-to-please child who’s having a tantrum or whinging because we can’t get our own way or we’re in pain. I’ll soon be adding a wee scroll to the kits describing how and when to use each remedy.


IMG_2597The big aura book and most recent Aura Card deck are temporarily unavailable, pending a wee make-over sometime next year. In the meantime, I have a few guidebooks left and have rummaged up some old decks, for various prices depending on whether or not I’ve had to replace missing cards with hand-drawn ones. IMG_2599

There are a few Transformation books left, and plenty of the Flower Spirit card and book set. For more insight into the later, check out my flower spirit site. The flower site features the book and blogs about my wildflower spirit journeys, and the two people who fostered my deep love for wildflowers and wildflower photography, my grandmother Anne and grand uncle Peter, who have both passed away now.


IMG_2602I also have some books to give away on the day of the closing down sale, a mix of old and new, that need good homes. Topics range from the natural environment through to Aboriginal art, with the odd fiction book and magazine thrown in. There’s a laminator, a deck of cards, and so on.

Hope you can make it on the day!



Shatavari Goddess


















I work with the spirit medicine of herbs and plant food.

Today during a healing, I was working with this Goddess, Sapphia. She is a personification of the plant spirit medicine belonging to Shatavari, more commonly known as asparagus.

This is a Yin herb, full of moistening, nourishing fluid. She strokes our kidneys, re-filling them with life force after they have become drained by excess or worry.

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