Vibration and Balance - An Introduction to the Chakras

The Chakras are energy centers. They're keys to our vibrational health. Being aware of them allows us to know and unlock the body as well as connect to the universal energy force. The body has hundreds of chakras, but there are seven main chakras that run from the base of the spine to the top of the head. And each of these chakras or energy centers spins and vibrates. Some believe that they all spin clockwise and some believe that their spin alternates between clockwise and counter-clockwise. I believe that they are both correct, since we are seeded from various different systems. For example, mine alternate between clockwise and counter-clockwise, but in the opposite direction than most.  There is a way to check the spin, but we will leave that for a future post. 

The first chakra, also call the root chakras is located at the base of the spine. It's signified by the color red. It's where we ground and represents our base needs for survival, like food, water and shelter and financial security. People who are worried about their base needs may have blockages in the root chakra that can manifest in a physical way, like constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, Krone’s disease and other colon issues. 

The second chakra, also known as the sacral chakra is located near our naval. It's signified by the color orange. This chakra represents our emotions and our relationships; the relationship you have with your parents, family friends, and lovers. It also represents the relationship you have with yourself as an adult and your connection to your inner child. People who have issues in their relationships may have blockages in the sacral chakra that can manifest in a physical way in the uterus (woman), prostrate (man), bladder, and certain kidney ailments. It is the center for rebirth, transformation of the inner child as they emerge from their cocoon, in all their beauty. I feel that the greatest growth potential comes from this chakra because it is when you look at yourself honestly and ask your inner child what it wants  That is where true growth is possible.  

The third chakra is located in the solar plexus and is signified by the color yellow. It's our center for power and strength and the place where we make things happen. People who have self-esteem issues or feelings of powerlessness may experience problems with their stomach, liver, pancreas.  

The fourth chakra, located in the heart and is signified by the color green. It's the place where we give and receive unconditional love. The front of the heart is where we give love and the back of the heart represents our ability to received love. Feelings of unworthiness may block the back of the heart chakra. A guarded individual may have a brick wall built shielding the front of the heart chakra.

The fifth chakra, located in our throat and is signified by the color blue or turquoise. It's the place for all forms of creativity, expression and communication. Writers, artists, lectures, teachers, all have beautiful open throat chakras. When we hold back the truth to ourselves and others, we may manifest issues in our throats.

The sixth chakra, located between the eye brows and is signified by the color indigo. It's called our third eye and is the gateway between the conscious and unconscious connections. I believe that issues in our senses; seeing, hearing, tasting, touching and smelling are all manifestations of blockages of the third eye.  

The seventh chakra, also call the crown chakra is located at the top of the head and is signified by the color violet or white. It is the place of where we connect to our higher divine self and all the knowledge of the universe. Blockages in the crown chakra may manifest as headaches, and Alzheimer’s.

When the body’s energy is in balance, the energy flows easily, without obstruction, like a beautiful stream. When your energy is blocked, a dam keeps the current from flowing smoothly. Many things can cause blockages. 

I believe that anything in moderation is okay, but continual consumption of processed foods and lower vibrating emotions, like fear, worry, anger, jealousy, envy as well as too many daily distractions, like television, internet, gaming, drinking, etc. puts the body in a state of ‘dis-ease.’  

A diet of high vibrational foods that includes organic greens and raw foods is a good start to putting the body back in balance. Add that to the state of high vibration I call BEING LOVE and you have the key's to a smooth flow. When you do then you're moving in the right place in your heart and mind and on the path to a higher vibration that is more easily maintainable.

Blessings and have a day filled with Love,
LeeZa Donatela 
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