Monday, February 23, 2015

Anatomy of a Chakra: Chakra Spin



Anatomy of a Chakra
Chakra Spin



The Anatomy of a Chakra
(Connie Dohan Copyright 2015)


A chakra (both front side and rear sides) is comprised of an inner sphere and an outer sphere.

Purpose and Function
Inner Sphere
        -receives programming from self and the Divine
        -enables directing of our spiritual gifts to fulfill our life’s mission
Outer Sphere
        -personal wants, dreams, hopes, hurts
        -adapts self to surrounding world (reality check)



Speed of Spin
The chakras are, by definition, “spinning vortexes”
 Inner sphere sets the pace for the outer sphere.
  
Inner sphere  should spin at approximately 2x the rate of the outer sphere.
If not 2-1 then another ratio
Lower chakras spin slower than the upper chakras.

Direction of Spin (the Great Debate)
The correct answer is
                Clockwise – normal, healthy
                Counterclockwise – unhealthy, misconceptions
BUT
There are so many exceptions to the rule, it can be diffficult to know what “healthy” really looks like.
Here is a partial listing of some conditions in which one or more of the chakras will be spinning in reverse:
                -puberty
                -menopause
                -menstruation
               -deep spirituality
                -grief
                -serious illness
                -injury
                -some herbs
                -some medicines.

Shape
Should be even, round with a steady spin
Should be approximately one foot in diameter at outer point
A top heavy chakra shows someone who is spiritual.
A bottom heavy chakra shows someone who is more physical.

Evaluating Spin
Very simply:
Spinning too fast causes anxiety.
Spinning too slow causes depression



More detailed:
Swing round, uniform,clockwise - healthy
Swing round, uniform, counter clockwise
        -processing or clearing negative energy in attempt to attain   balance
Swing non uniform, uneven counter clockwise
        -chakra is blocked and unable to clear self
Vertical ellipse or straight line
        -overly spiritual –“so heavenly bound they’re no earthly good”
        -only see what they want  to see
        -puts off doing things until it of no avail
Horizontal ellipse or straight line
        -practical over spiritual
        -focus on trees and can’t “see the forest”
        -believes God helps those who help themselves
        -doesn’t allow for Divine intervention
Elliptical or straight line swinging to subject’s right
        -task oriented
        -lives in today
        -stronger male traits than female traits

Elliptical or straight line swinging to subject’s left
        -can be impractical and ungrounded
        -intuition over logic   
        -typical female traits
Not moving or nearly still
        -indicative of a closed chakra somewhere
                (look for block or presenting issue)
Large swing
        open, healthy and good functioning
Too large swing
        -chakra is over strained and over worked, over functioning
        -determine which chakra(s) the chakra is compensating for
Small swing
        under functioning
        opening and clearing needed


Source:  Cyndi Dale & others





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