Chakra tuning forks are typically available as unweighted meaning that they do not have the round weights on each prong. This is because chakras are energy centers according to vedic medicine and the unweighted tuning forks are typically used around the energy body rather than the physical body.
That said, there is really no reason why you cannot use a weighted chakra set on the body. Use your intuition on how to do this but if you'd like a jump start, try this procedure:
- Have your client lie on their back
- Tap and place the root fork on their sacrum/coccyx area three times. It's a good idea to let them know in advance what your are going to do in case they are a little sensitive.
- Next, tap and place the root fork on the sacrum area and the sacral fork on the lower back. Do this twice. This is to create a connection between these two chakras. Tip: if you have not tried tapping and holding 2 weighted tuning forks at the same time, definitely practice this first. It's a little embarrassing to drop a fork during a session.
- Tap and place the sacral fork on the lower back. Do this three times.
- Tap and place the sacral fork on the lower back and the solar plexus tuning fork in the solar plexus area, about midway between where you placed this sacral fork and the mid back. Do this twice.
- Tap and place the solar plexus for on the solar plexus. Do this three times.
- Follow this process for the rest of the chakra tuning forks up to the crown.
Some charka tuning fork sets include and eighth fork called soul purpose. This would not normally be used as a weighted tuning fork because soul purpose is energy, not physical. You could have one made however you'll need to octavise the frequency because 272 Hz is a little to high to use as a weighted tuning fork. Contact us if you'd like instructions on how to do this.
If you would like to order a set of weighted chakra tuning forks, email or give us a call at 877.895.6609 (339.933.5459 outside of the USA and Canada).
If you are not sure how to used a weighted tuning fork, visit our YouTube channel for tutorials.