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Manex Featured at the Alchemists’ Kitchen, NYC

“ESSENTIAL OILS FOR THE CHAKRAS: INTERVIEW WITH MANEX IBAR”

BY FAYE SAKELLARIDIS

 

 

Internationally-known energy healer and shaman Manex Ibar is a multi-talented spiritual scientist and entrepreneur of consciousness and sustainable life systems, guiding individuals and businesses towards optimization through a combination of modalities including Human Design, Energetics, Remote Viewing, Shamanism, Kabbala, and genetics.

 

For the past 15 years, he has used Human Design – a modality that combines astrology, the I Ching, Kabbalah, Shamanism, contemporary physics, and the Chakra system – as a tool to guide people towards a deeper understanding of themselves and to begin a journey of healing, understanding, acceptance, and optimization of their true nature.

 

Manex is also the creator of Chakra Essential Oils, plant-based botanical oils which bridge the indigenous with science for personal health and well being. This collection of 9 high-vibrational botanical remedies are crafted to optimize mind, body, and spirit.

 

In this interview, Manex discusses how his shamanic and Human Design work influenced these oils, how they work to balance our vital energy centers best ways to use them, and more.

 

EXCERPT FROM ALCHEMIST’S KITCHEN. READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE.

Manex Featured at the Alchemists’ Kitchen, NYC

“ESSENTIAL OILS FOR THE CHAKRAS: INTERVIEW WITH MANEX IBAR”

BY FAYE SAKELLARIDIS

 

 

Internationally-known energy healer and shaman Manex Ibar is a multi-talented spiritual scientist and entrepreneur of consciousness and sustainable life systems, guiding individuals and businesses towards optimization through a combination of modalities including Human Design, Energetics, Remote Viewing, Shamanism, Kabbala, and genetics.

 

For the past 15 years, he has used Human Design – a modality that combines astrology, the I Ching, Kabbalah, Shamanism, contemporary physics, and the Chakra system – as a tool to guide people towards a deeper understanding of themselves and to begin a journey of healing, understanding, acceptance, and optimization of their true nature.

 

Manex is also the creator of Chakra Essential Oils, plant-based botanical oils which bridge the indigenous with science for personal health and well being. This collection of 9 high-vibrational botanical remedies are crafted to optimize mind, body, and spirit.

 

In this interview, Manex discusses how his shamanic and Human Design work influenced these oils, how they work to balance our vital energy centers best ways to use them, and more.

 

EXCERPT FROM ALCHEMIST’S KITCHEN. READ THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE.

Manex Featured in Positive News

Manex featured in Positive News:

 

 

“Alone in the Wild”

by Jini Readdy

 

 

Jini Reddy travels deep into the French Pyrenees on a solo wilderness quest that promises respite from the emotional and physical distractions of modern life. Can she get by with only her thoughts and nature’s whisper for company?

 

I’m high atop Hartza Mendi (Bear Mountain), a sacred peak in the French Pyrenees, surrounded by waist-high ferns. Beyond them lies dense forest and a setting sun; intense ribbons of orange cloaking an undulating chain of more sacred peaks with quixotic names. I shiver in anticipation of the long night ahead.

 

Most people come to these lands to walk, for there is a poetic beauty to the Basque country: here are cascading mountains, sinuous waterfalls, emerald moss-cloaked forests and ancient cromlechs (stone structures).

 

For me there will be fewer footsteps and more repose, for I’m on a solo wilderness quest. A compulsion to hear nature’s voice, to connect with a living but non-human ‘otherness’ and to still an intangible but deeply-rooted need for belonging that, no matter how hard I try, can’t be answered amidst the distractions of modern life has led me here.

 

“The call to ‘rewild’ ourselves is growing, and rapidly”

 

My shelter is a small tent. I’ve six bottles of water and, as this is also a fast, two apples and some nuts to keep hunger at bay. I’ve relinquished my phone and watch. ‘Radical trust’ is a phrase that keeps playing on my mind. Can I rest in the unknown, be still and have faith that I will be safe?

 

The promise of transformation under a vast sky is compelling. It’s a Native American idea, a rite of passage: you immerse yourself in nature and return filled with insight, a sense of wonder re-ignited.

 

Whether it be from a desire to commune with the Earth or to withdraw from the modern world and our enslavement to its distractions, the call to ‘rewild’ ourselves (to borrow a phrase from George Monbiot) is growing, and rapidly. This is reflected in the many ventures that have sprung up to celebrate and foster personalised relationships with nature both in the UK and abroad. You might say that nature’s time has come. Again.

 

This is a welcome revival – and not just for reasons of ecological awareness. Traditionally, Britain’s most prolific thinkers, poets and artists, among them the likes of Charles Darwin, William Wordsworth, Emily Bronte, John Constable and Christina Rossetti have drawn inspiration from our hinterlands, seascapes, woodlands, valleys and meadows. Today, the benefits of reflective time spent in wild environments is indisputable. Scientific studies show a boost in creativity and higher levels of insight among those who spend extended time far from the built environment. I don’t need proof: my own experiences tell me this is so.

 

Read the rest of Jini’s Wisdom Quest experience here.

Shamanism: Part 1

 

Stockholm Lokal host, Erin Bonnier, talks with Shaman and Medicine Man, Manex Ibar, about Shamanism. In Part 1, they discuss what shamanism is; experiencing a meeting with a shaman; human design; past lives; and treating cancer and other diseases.
Excerpt from Stockholm Lokal
Podcast produced by Fredrik Okazaki.

Shamanism: Part 2

 

Stockholm Lokal host, Erin Bonnier, talks with Shaman and Medicine Man, Manex Ibar, about Shamanism. In Part 2, they discuss going through fear; connecting to one’s intuition; sex + intimacy; the healing benefits of Cannabis + Ayahuasca; and Swedes.

 

Excerpt from Stockholm Lokal
Podcast produced by Fredrik Okazaki

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A collection of blog posts, relevant articles, and thought-provoking videos on spirit and consciousness.

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Manex presented the Fréquence Chakra Essence Oils to a packed crowd at the Alchemyst Kitchen at the end of March, officially launching the oil line in NY.  The class showcased his oils which literally changed the dynamics and energy of the audience in less then......

Stockholm Lokal host, Erin Bonnier, talks with Shaman and Medicine Man, Manex Ibar, about Shamanism. In Part 2, they discuss going through fear; connecting to one’s intuition; sex + intimacy; the healing benefits of Cannabis + Ayahuasca; and Swedes. For more information on Manex, visit......

How do we forgive our cultural crimes towards indigenous peoples? How do we learn from our mistakes? How do we continue believing in this way of seeing the world? How do we, all colonizers, and all people move forward from this history?    ...

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