This article is a little different. I’ve put together a cat chakra chart, and I’m going to explain what chakras are, how we can identify and use them on our cat to help heal them, and more.
I’ve always been interested in chakras, spiritual energy, and the thought that different points in the body are connected to and responsible for how we feel, our emotions, energy, and more.
So, whether you’re also interested in chakras and spiritual healing, or you’re still a little skeptical and looking for more information – I hope this article will be of interest to you.
Cat Chakra Chart With Explanations
Do Cats Have Chakras?
Yes, cat’s have 8 major chakras, 21 minor chakras, and 6 bud chakras.
I’ve listed all the major chakras below, along with the healing they are associated with and some of the signs to look out for when they are out of balance.
Cat’s 8 Major Chakras Explained
The root chakra is located at the end of your cat’s spinal cord, so near the base of their tail. It’s associated with their communication and its function is to supply energy to their adrenal glands.
Signs of imbalance – Look for signs that they are lacking energy, being greedy, and either too over/underweight.
The sacral chakra is located above your cat’s abdomen and is associated with excitment, sexual desire, sense of taste, and security.
This is an area you should try working on if you are taking your cat to the vet and they are stressed or a similar situation.
Signs of imbalance – Look for signs that your cat is overly emotional, restless, has boundary issues, is easily annoyed, and so on.
Solar Plexus Chakra
The solar plexus is located in your cat’s abdomen. This chakra is affected by your cats emotions and is associated with their strength and purpose.
Signs of imbalance – Look for signs of being withdrawn, lethargic, aggressive, and dominating behavior towards other animals.
The heart chakra plays a very important part in the healthy function of your cat’s lungs, heart, and immune system.
While being vital for their wellbeing, the heart chakra is also associated with compassion and love.
Signs of imbalance – Look for signs of sadness and depression if they have experienced some loss, as well as being aggressive or jealous of other cats.
Located in their throat, the throat chakra is connected to their thyroid gland there and is associated with communication, as well as creativity, and how they express themselves.
Signs of imbalance – Destructive chewing of items, disobedience, excessive meowing.
This chakra is located on the brow, which is the area crossing between your cat’s eyes just above their nose.
It’s associated with sensitivity, awareness, and other sensations, and connects sensory receptions with their brain.
Signs of imbalance – Issues with their eyes, acting distracted or distant.
As the name suggests, this chakra is located on the top of the head where you would find a crown.
This chakra is associated with peace, balance, wisdom, and serenity, and controls most aspects of your cat’s body and mind.
Signs of imbalance – Look for signs of becoming more withdrawn and depression.
This is the chakra that links all the other major chakras for the human to animal bonding.
It’s located in their shoulders and is associated with the nerves in their thorax, neck, and head. You can access your cat’s entire energy field through this chakra.
Signs of imbalance – Look for a reluctance to be touched and refusal to connect with you.
Balancing Your Cats Chakras and Healing
If there has been some trauma, be it physical, mental, or emotional, or even an injury that has caused an obstruction in one or more of the chakras in a cat, this can lead on to them developing a disease.
Which is why, if you see signs of an imbalance in your cat or know they have experienced some form of trauma, you should consult with an energetic healer to see what can be done.
There are a few forms of therapy that might be recommended. Most commonly, Reiki, acupuncture, color therapy, and flower remedies.
I won’t go into the research and results of these therapies here. But I will say, I’ve seen first hand that acupuncture and massage, in particular, can be very effective at reducing pain and diseases through balancing the chakras in a cat.
It’s certainly a very interesting topic and one that deserves a lot more time and attention if you have a cat dealing with any health issues and want an alternative approach to traditional medicines.
What do you make of the Cat Chakra Chart? Did it help you better understand cat chakras and how you can use them to heal your cat?
As always, I’m open to any feedback and will get back to you as soon as I can. Just leave a comment below, thanks.
5 thoughts on “Cat Chakra Chart: A Look at a Cat’s Chakra System”
Hi, yes this chart helps alot, Thankyou. I take care of many animals including my cows and cats. But there’s a kitty named Lefty who throws up all the time unless i give him cerenia. I don’t want to suppress symptoms, i want to get to the root cause. He’s aggressive towards the other cats and his current caretaker anyways calls him names and tells him he’s mean. I feel he’s in a bad environment for him. Which chakra do you think this is associated with and how can i help him? Thanks
Hey,my cat comet is mean she scratch and hiss but she has always been like this but she had a friend kitty who died a few years ago could that be something that has mad it worse or coused it?she is loveable she doesn’t like anyone but me and it could also be that we moved and she is now a inside cat which before she was an outdoor cat that could make her sad or grumpy.
Hello Cat Peoples,
You can check your cats chakras with a pendulum, just like humans. If you don’t have a pendulum, a necklace with a lightweight chain should work. Just relax and let it hang and ask for the condition of each chakra and see what direction the pendulum spins and by how much. Human Chakras are full strength when clockwise looking at the person and up to 6 inches in diameter. I use this for my Remote energy healing work. I was here researching the format of cat chakras so I can check on my daughter’s cat.
I have one kitty who is very fearful and anxious. As a result, the pees on things. Our vet has found no urinary tract issues. We’ve tried the pheromone plugin that is supposed to calm cats. Any other suggestions on how to heal her anxiety?
We have a 8 year old male cat who just in the past year has refused to use the litter box. We’ve tried everything we can think of. Is this a sign of an unbalanced chakra?