Chakra System

Everything that exists is energy vibrating.

From the mightiest planet in our known universe down to the tiniest blade of grass under our feet are at the cellular level,

quite simply energy in motion.

 

Each and every cell that our human bodies comprise of emit their own unique energy and the human body itself is a series of complex electromagnetic fields operating in unison to form a signature frequency that identifies who we are.

These fields are held together by seven major vortex like energy centers known as Chakras.

Located along our spinal column they range from the base of our spine up through the crown of our head,

these centers move energy outward in a clockwise direction from our body into the field around us and pull energy in a counterclockwise spin from our external environment and the people in it into our body.
 

Chakras manage and distribute the universal energy flow to where and when we need it most and govern all aspects of our physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual well being.

They are aspects of consciousness, and they interact with the physical and energetic body through two major vehicles,

the endocrine system and the nervous system.

Each of the seven Chakras is associated with one of the nine endocrine glands, and also with a particular group of nerves,

called a plexus making them important elements in healing.

Thus, each Chakra corresponds with particular parts of the body and particular functions within the body controlled by that plexus or that endocrine gland, which is they key to understanding how Chakra healing methods work.

The Chakras represent not only particular parts of your physical body, but also particular parts of your consciousness.

Your consciousness, how you perceive your reality, represents everything that it is possible for you to experience.

 

All of your senses, perceptions, and possible states of awareness can be divided into seven categories, and each of these

categories can be associated with a particular Chakra.

 

When you feel tension in your consciousness, you feel it in the Chakra associated with the part of your consciousness experiencing the stress, and in the parts of the physical and energy body associated with that Chakra.

 

Where you feel the stress depends therefore on why you feel the stress.

 

When you are hurt in a relationship, you feel it in your heart.

When you are nervous, your legs tremble and your bladder becomes weak.

When there is tension in a particular part of your consciousness, and therefore in the Chakra associated with that part of your consciousness, the tension is detected by the nerves of the plexus associated with that Chakra and communicated to the parts of the physical and energy body controlled by that plexus.

 

When the tension continues over a period of time or reaches a particular degree of intensity,

it creates a symptom on the physical level and requires Chakra healing to resolve.

Again, the symptom serves to communicate to you through your body what you have been doing to yourself in your consciousness.

Just like thirst, by the time you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated, the physical symptom belies a long-standing energy body imbalance.

 

In order to reverse it, physical change may be required first as well as Chakra healing practices.

 

When we change something about our way of being, we can release the stress that has been creating the symptoms,

and then we can return to our natural state of balance and health.​

The lower four Chakras govern our instinctual side and the three highest Chakras govern our mental side.

 

When operating efficiently with one another our instincts work in harmony with our feelings and thought processing.

 

The ideal state is where all Chakras are balanced and operating in harmony with one another. 

 

However, more often than not this is not the case and when Chakras are not open enough and become under-active,

other Chakras may become  over-active in order to compensate.

Balance Is Key

The opening and closing of our Chakras works like an energetic defense system.

A negative experience and the low-frequency energy that comes with it can cause the associated Chakra energy to close in order to block that energy out.

 

Therefore, it is important that our Chakras are open and well regulated in order for the flow of energy to move through us without obstruction.

 

If we are clinging to a low-calibrating feeling like blame, prolonging the emotion because we refuse to deal with or move it, we close off the Chakra channel through which the energy would otherwise escape and the longer we hold these negative vibrations the more they weigh upon us.

Balance is key as we don’t want to have extra Heart Chakra energy and less Throat Chakra energy, it simply doesn’t work like that, ideally all seven of our Chakras are balanced, open and humming, allowing energy to flow into and out of our body. 

The amazing thing is that your body is going to find a way to move energy in and out, unless of course,

your ego self is telling it to hold on to something.

If one of your Chakras is closed or underactive,  there is a very good chance that another Chakra will be overactive to make up the difference.

Because your body wants to achieve energetic balance in your Chakras, moving too far in either direction,

underactive or overactive, in any one Chakra can actually yield negative effects in your body and be counterproductive

to the energy body and Chakra healing process.

 

An underactive chakra kicks another Chakra into overdrive, which in turn pulls extra energy away from that part of the body.

 

The descriptions below show how you may act or feel when your Chakras get knocked out of balance and need healing.

The first one lists the physical systems associated with each Chakra and the potential physical symptoms that may tell you something’s out of whack.

Symptons of Overactive or Underactive Chakras

Root Chakra

Overactive - Fearful, nervous, insecure, or ungrounded, materialistic or greedy, resistant to change.

Underactive - Lacking a sense of being at home or secure anywhere, codependent, unable to get into one’s body, fearful of abandonment.

 

Sacral Chakra

Overactive - Overemotional, very quick to attach and invest in others, attracted to drama, moody, lacking personal boundaries.

 

Underactive - Stiff, unemotional, closed off to others, lacking self-esteem or self-worth, possibly in an abusive relationship.

 

Navel (Solar Plexus) Chakra

Overactive - Domineering, aggressive, angry, perfectionistic or overly critical of oneself or others.

 

Underactive - Passive, indecisive, timid, lacking self-control.

 

 

Heart Chakra

Overactive - Loving in a clingy, suffocating way; lacking a sense of self in a relationship;

willing to say yes to everything; lacking boundaries, letting everyone in.

 

Underactive - Cold, distant, lonely, unable or unwilling to open up to others, grudgeful.

 

 

Throat Chakra

Overactive - Overly talkative, unable to listen, highly critical, verbally abusive, condescending.

 

Underactive - Introverted, shy, having difficulty speaking the truth, unable to express needs.

 

 

Third Eye Chakra

Overactive - Out of touch with reality, lacking good judgment, unable to focus, prone to hallucinations.

 

Underactive - Rigid in thinking, closed off to new ideas, too reliant on authority, disconnected or distrustful of inner voice, anxious,

clinging to the past and fearful of the future.

 

Crown Chakra

Overactive - Addicted to spirituality, heedless of bodily needs, having difficulty controlling emotions.

Underactive - Not very open to spirituality, unable to set or maintain goals, lacking direction.

Your Energetic Frequency

The energy of our Chakras influences our physical processes via inhibition and stimulation.

The true function of our Chakras are not only to keep energy moving, but also to constrict or close as a defense against negative energy around us.

 

In order to compensate for a constricted, underactive Chakra, another Chakra will become overactive, sending out low-frequency vibrations at a greater rate, which in turn requires further balancing within the Chakra healing process and prolongs a low-frequency reality.​

When operating in ego frequency, it affects the flow of energy within the Chakras and our physical and energy body as a whole,

which only creates more of a need for energy body and Chakra healing, amongst other things.

 

However, as we clear, clean and heal our Chakras by moving energy around, we are also making a positive change in your frequency.

 

 

 

 

When operating on a lower frequency

 

We are creating our reality, our five basic senses are picking up what we are applying our consciousness to and we confirm our current state and

call for all the aspects to our life that re-enforce this perspective.

The level of resonant frequency that we put out into the quantum field and the quality of energy we draw into ourselves through our Chakras has a

direct impact upon our physical and mental state.

That flow is determined by the open or constricted state of your body and energy body.

We can further understand the energetic existence of our Chakras and their associated emotions by understanding their color as visible light gives off electromagnetic waves, vibrating across the field through time and space.

 

Depending on how quickly the waves are vibrating, our eyes will pick them up as different colors.

Red is a lower-frequency wave that looks like a slow roll.

Purple is a high-frequency wave with sharp peaks and valleys.

 

We can measure a wave in nanometers and then determine its energetic strength

The Chakra energies, vibrating at their different frequencies, likewise have different colors.

The Chakras and Associated Glands, Organs and Symptoms

 

Root Chakra

Associated Endocrine Glands & Organs
Adrenal glands, spine, blood, and reproductive organs

 

Physical Symptoms of Unbalance
Inability to sit still, restlessness, unhealthy weight (either obesity or eating disorder),

constipation, cramps, fatigue or sluggishness

 

 

Sacral Chakra

Associated Endocrine Glands & Organs
Kidneys and reproductive organs: ovaries, testes, and uterus

Physical Symptoms of Unbalance
Lower-back pain or stiffness, urinary issues, kidney pain or infection, infertility, impotence

 

Solar Plexus Chakra

Associated Endocrine Glands & Organs
Central nervous system, digestive system (stomach and intestines), liver, pancreas, metabolic system

 

Physical Symptoms of Unbalance
Ulcers, gas, nausea, or other digestive problems; eating disorders; asthma or other respiratory ailments;

nerve pain or fibromyalgia; infection in the liver or kidneys; other organ problems

 

 

Heart Chakra

Associated Endocrine Glands & Organs
Thymus gland and immune system, heart, lungs, breasts, arms, hands

 

Physical Symptoms of Unbalance
Heart and circulatory problems (high blood pressure, heart palpitations, heart attack), poor circulation or numbness,

asthma or other respiratory ailments, breast cancer, stiff joints or joint problems in the hands

 

 

Throat Chakra

Associated Endocrine Glands & Organs
Thyroid, neck, throat, shoulders, ears, and mouth

 

Physical Symptoms of Unbalance
Stiffness or soreness in the neck or shoulders, sore throat, hoarseness or laryngitis, earaches or infection,

dental issues or TMJ, thyroid issues

 

 

Third Eye Chakra

Associated Endocrine Glands & Organs
Pituitary, eyes, brow, base of skull, biorhythms

 

Physical Symptoms of Unbalance
Vision problems, headaches or migraines, insomnia or sleep disorders, seizures,

nightmares (though this isn’t a physical symptom per se, it is a common occurrence)

 

 

Crown Chakra

Associated Endocrine Glands & Organs
Pituitary and pineal glands, brain, hypothalamus, cerebral cortex, central nervous system

 

Physical Symptoms of Unbalance
Dizziness, confusion, mental fog, neurological disorders, nerve pain, schizophrenia or other mental disorders

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