Do you love yourself? Your first answer might be “Of course I do” but how many of us truly do love ourselves fully and unconditionally? How often do you think thoughts about yourself that are not loving or depressing? Do you attract relationships, whether intimate partners, work colleagues and employers or friendships, that are not loving? Do you look at yourself in the mirror and feel gratitude and appreciation for your life and health or notice every single bump and line that you perceive as physical flaws and sink into depression? I ask again, do you love yourself?
Location: Centre of chest, at end of sternum.
This beautiful chakra is all about love, kindness and affection. When open, you will be friendly and compassionate and will foster harmonious relationships. If under-active, you will be cold and distant and if overactive, you will be overbearing in the love department.
The spiritual lessons Anahata wants to teach us are about compassion, forgiveness, trust and unconditional love. A fourth chakra that is too open will lead a person into being too giving; generous to a fault. If it is too closed, it may lead a person into lacking compassion and empathy. One needs to strike the perfect balance between self-love and the love of others.
Why must we live in pain and suffering? We live with wounds that cut so deep, that they ruin our lives – they keep us held in illusion and separate us from the real joy that is truly ours for the taking. To live from our heart intelligence- shows us the path to freedom!
When we truly learn to live with heart intelligence, we wonder why on earth we have imprisoned ourselves in pain and suffering for so long!
This is not an easy thing to teach another because until we feel it, we will never know it – but it is time now, with all the suffering in the world – we must learn how to free ourselves from darkness. Unfortunately it takes most of us, most of our lives to learn this.
The Root chakra is called Muladhara in Sanskrit. The meaning of Muladhara is ‘root’ or ‘support’. The Root chakra is depicted as a four leafed lotus with a square in its centre in which a triangle facing downward is depicted.
This chakra is situated at the end of the spinal cord at the tail-bone in the back and the pubic bone in the front. The Root chakra is associated with survival and safety. All that you have achieved in the material world is derived from the energy of the first chakra. The life lesson this chakra teaches us is standing up for oneself.
When this chakra is blocked you may feel frightened, paranoid, insecure and frustrated. Physical problems that coincide with a blockage in this chakra are: obesity, anorexia nervosa, sore knees, arthritis, hip problems, problems of the lower back, the glandulae suprarenalis, the spinal cord and the reproductive organs.
This is the place where your red base root chakra is located, the energy center governing how safe and secure you feel in this world. It is fed by the hundreds of thoughts you think daily, which are being influenced by everything from the morning news to cellular memory dating back to when your grandparents experienced The Great Depression.
This red base root chakra, like all your chakras, projects in front of you a movie screen like lens through which you view and create your reality. If it is filled with worry based on beliefs like ‘I never have enough money’, “I will never have enough money’ and ‘The world is going downhill” then guess what? You will always feel like you never have enough money (even when you do) as your lens is highlighting all that you don’t have rather than focusing on the abundance that you do have (in the many forms that you have it!) Furthermore, because you are blocking yourself from looking at the positive, you are less likely to attract potential opportunities and doorways that would lead to more abundance, creating a self-perpetuating downward financial cycle. If this sounds like you, reversing it is simple – although not always easy! Become conscious of the thoughts you are thinking and change them.
Chakras are well know among the new age community, but the nature of chakras is often not that well understood. The text presented here is an attempt to shed more light on this issue.
The chakras in the human body are related to specific energies and consciousness, to endocrine glands, colors and psychic features. It is not always obvious to look for a linear connection between these systems, because the whole is more than the sum of the parts. If we tear out one part in order to analyze it, we might forget what its function is in relation to the whole. We can dissect a human body based upon the different biological systems or upon the different organs or upon the different cells but this would not explain a living being. Be aware that every explanation of the chakras is an approximation of what they really are. The following can help you to better understand what they are and how they function.
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|To be here||I have the right to exist because I was born||I stand up for myself|
|To feel||I feel pleasure and delight in the flow of life||I surrender|
|To act||I can accomplish both difficult and easy tasks with grace and ease||I have power|
|To love||I love, am completely loved and completely lovable||I forgive, I trust|
|To speak||I speak my truth and it is liberating||I choose, I express|
|To See||I see, ,my life flows with acceptance and becomes enjoyable with each new day||I accept|
|To Know||I know, I am one with God whose strength and power lovingly flows through me at all times||I am grateful|