As anyone alive today can see, Earth (along with humanity) is undergoing a HUGE planetary shift, accompanied by a mass awakening of consciousness. Those of us on a path of spiritual development are feeling the turbulence of this shift in profound (and often uncomfortable) ways.
One way to cope with these frequency changes is to balance your life force energy.
What is life force energy? It is the essential source energy (also known as qi) that sustains life on our planet. It flows through the energy vortices in our bodies known as chakras, connecting us with the will and love of our Creator.
The chakra system is the mechanism through which the spiritual energy of source/Creator feeds your etheric body, aura, and physical body. These energy centers are connected to the light bodies that comprise the physical and non-physical aspects of your whole being. There are some systems that name many chakras, but the most known system consists of 7 centers, which correspond to different parts of the physical body. The energy that is channeled through the chakras have a spin and light frequency that correlates with your mood and state of being.
Each chakra has a particular function, none more or less important than the others, and each is associated with one or more endocrine glands in the body. The chakras can be thought of as highways of light, and each one channels a different resonant Hertz frequency. When we experience physical injuries, emotional trauma, or mental disturbances, it is reflected in the flow of energy through the chakras.
We can keep a strong, balanced and free-flowing qi by maintaining a healthy state of mind. For this reason, it is important (and now more than ever) to find pastimes, communities, places, activities and companions (even if they are animals) that help us to maintain a positive mindset and hopeful outlook.
Prayer, meditation and positive imagery or visualizations are wonderful practices for balancing, clearing and harmonizing the flow of qi through the chakra centers. It is also important to maintain a healthy lifestyle, i.e., drinking clean water, eating whole foods, exercising and spending time in nature. A healthy, positive mindset and a healthy lifestyle facilitate healthy qi and joyous life expression.
Joy is the language of source energy, so when we are in a state of joy, we are in resonance with source, and we experience the pleasant sensations that accompany a balanced chakra system.
Let’s take a quick trip through the chakras and what they represent…
The chakras in and below the feet facilitate our connection to Earth. This is why spending time in nature is so important. It grounds us and helps balance our physical bodies with the energy of spirit.
The base chakra is connected with the adrenal and para-adrenal glands. This chakra resonates with survival patterns and therefore can become unbalanced through trauma. Fear, resistance, and the fight/flight mechanism are signs that this chakra is out of balance. It is, like the chakras of the feet and below, strongly connected to the elements of earth, air, fire and water. It can be healed through nature and when we have a sense safety and security.
The health of the sacral chakra, located in the vicinity of the reproductive glands, is reflected in our intimate relationships. This chakra can be imbalanced by destructive emotional patterns, whether they are our own or those of people we are close with. Healthy boundaries, clear communication, and choosing partners who treat us with kindness and respect are important ways to keep this chakra balanced.
The solar plexus chakra corresponds to the pancreas and spleen. This is the center of personal power and is closely tied to our relationship with source energy. Having a low self-esteem or a depressed emotional state is an indication that this chakra is out of balance. We can bring it back into a state of balance by choosing pastimes, communities, and activities that are empowering and that remind us of our value. We are all valuable, and we all deserve to experience ourselves as such!
The heart chakra resides near the thymus and high thymus glands, and it represents your connection with the Infinite. The heart chakra is where empathy is felt, and it is another center where healthy boundaries are important. Being empathetic is a beautiful quality to have, but it requires some self-regulation since taking on the emotions of others can sometimes be debilitating. This chakra is the leader of all the other chakras. Unconditional love is radiated through it, and it is fueled optimally by faith and hope.
The throat chakra, near the thyroid and parathyroid glands, represents self-expression, telepathic abilities, especially clairaudience, and your ability to speak your truth. It is the center of discernment of what is right for you. Injuries to your C1 and C2 vertebrae can affect the functioning of your throat chakra. Imbalance in the throat chakra can also be reflected in sub-optimal body weight, metabolism and hormonal fluctuations. Finding healthy ways to express yourself, such as art, writing, and dance is a great way to bring balance to this chakra.
The brow chakra, or third eye, is associated with the pineal gland. It represents your ability to see clearly and is connected to clairvoyance, imagery, and imagination. Through this chakra center, we are connected to the great central sun energy and the photon belt radiation. It is sometimes referred to as the eye of God. Guided imagery and visual meditations are great ways to develop this chakra.
The crown chakra, at the top of the head, represents your direct connection with divine source energy. This is where the sense of knowing that comes with wisdom and understanding originates. This chakra is related to the pituitary, thalamus, and hypothalamus glands, and is also closely tied with the pineal gland. Brain injuries can affect the functioning of this chakra center. Meditations that open the mind and heart to spiritual guidance can facilitate an opening of the crown chakra.
Two other important chakras are near the medulla oblongata and in the hands.
The medulla oblongata resides at the base of the skull. This key chakra point is the last to open in the ascension process. Injuries to the spine (at the base, the sacrum, or the tail bone) can compromise the function of this chakra.
Hand chakras are linked to all the other chakras. They represent your ability to express your thoughts, feelings and emotions, and are therefore connected to the heart, mind and body. Blocked hand chakras can cause an imbalance in the entire chakra system. Use your hands when expressing yourself to keep these key chakra centers open and balanced.
As we evolve through the ascension process, all the chakras eventually coalesce into one luminescent center which envelopes the entire body. And the more we can pay attention to and facilitate the open, clear flow of energy through all our chakras, the more we will experience life as our creator intended… in a state of joy, balance, harmony, love and freedom.
I pray for all souls on the planet to come to know existence from a state of balanced, flowing qi through all the chakras!