Last Thursday, June 23, 2011, I shared insight into Chakra #6, The Wise One and today I’ll cover Chakra #7, “The Mystic”.
Before I start, I have to share with all of you that I just completed a weekend of PSYCH-K in Chicago, Illinois. It was a powerfully profound experience for me getting in touch with my subconscious by testing my limiting beliefs. I hope to be sharing my experience with you in the coming days – so stay tuned.
Now, on to to today’s topic, Chakra #7.
As you are aware, I am providing to you each chakra’s function and its connection to our physical and emotional health. I am providing tips to teach you how to work with each chakra if you sign up for this blog and request a CAP or Chakra Action Plan. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and title the subject line: CAP – Chakra Action Plan. This action plan will be provided no later than two weeks after the final chakra blog is published.
Here is what has been published so far:
June 7, 2011, I covered Chakra #1 – The Grounder
June 8, 2011, was about Chakra #2 – The Creator
June 9, 2011, insight into Chakra #3 – The Powerball
June 16, 2011, was about Chakra #4 – The Heartfelt
June 22, 2011, I covered Chakra #5 – The Communicator
June 23, 2011, was about Chakra #6 – The Wise One
I will again cite my references for this chakra series of blogs:
Deborah King, Truth Heals – without the knowledge obtained from her book, Truth Heals, I wouldn’t have been able to recognize my own issues and begin my self-transforming journey.
Swami Saradananda – without being presented with her book, Chakra Meditation, I would have stayed “stuck” in my own turmoil.
Many of you may know that each chakra takes in and processes energy as it distributes this energy back out through our body or psyche. These chakras are the reason that our emotions are thought to affect certain parts of our physical body, which in turn, can make us ill mentally, physically and spiritually.
Understanding these chakras and the many ways to work with each one, helps us remove negative energy blocks that can open up and enhance our physical and emotional well-being.
Today, we will cover the crown chakra, Chakra #7.
The crown chakra is located at the crown of our head
Aka (also known as):
This chakra provides a gateway for our life-force to enter our chakra system. It is also referred to as our superconscious and where our connection with our spirit, higher power and universe reside.
Chakra Physical Disorders:
When the crown chakra is not balanced, the physical and emotional body risk areas are attention deficit disorder (ADD), mental illness, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, headache, amnesia, anxiety and depression.
Emotional & Physical Issues:
Low energy or energy that can’t reach through to the upper chakras. Too materialistic; little ability to appreciate the richness of our universe and our creativity will lack any type of inspiration. We often feel separated from the rest of the world.
Learning difficulties, rigid belief systems, confusion, over-intellectualism, over-identification with our own ego.
A number of common or natural events can occur that can knock this chakra off-balance. Some of those events are:
- Religious Cults
- Drug Abuse
- Custody Battles
This chakra is our gateway and entry to our chakra system. When it is fully awakened, it is our mystical center and our energetic link to expression of reality that lies beyond our everyday existence. When it is opened, we become aware of our multi-dimensional nature. It is also our connection to our divine consciousness in however we view our divine (God, Buddha, etc.).
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Until tomorrow, I send you my wishes for a prosperous and abundant day.
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