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The seven main chakras within the human aura

Today more and more people are open to the idea that we are inspired from within by a force that does not originate from matter. While science has long regarded matter as the foundation of life,
including our inner life, the suspicion is now growing that our consciousness cannot be reduced to material processes. Perhaps it is rather the other way around: that our physical world is a manifestation of an inner dimension, which we can also call soul or God.

It seems that nowadays more people, especially young people, are making spontaneous contact with this inner, non-material dimension. For example, they receive information from others, which they do not receive through their physical senses .

Information about feelings or events from the past presents itself in the form of colors or images . Through intuition, these people make contact with the energy field around another person. These fields are also called auras .

The energy field around the human being, the aura

Every human being is surrounded by an energy field that cannot be perceived with our sensory eyes. You could say that this energy field, the aura, is made of very subtle matter. This subtle matter, usually perceived by aura readers as a palette of colors, contains a lot of information about our inner state: about our moods, our talents and our psychological blocks.Family

Building an Aura: The Seven Major Chakras

Within the human energy field we can distinguish seven main centers or “chakras”, which correspond to certain body areas and certain life themes. A chakra can be imagined as a funnel-shaped vortex of energy.

There can be all kinds of colors in that vortex, which flow through each other in a certain way or are in motion. Those colors represent psychic charges or states of mind, operating on the area of ​​life associated with that particular chakra.

Why funnel-shaped? You could see chakras as funnels that translate or transform psychic energy into a subtle material form: the energy field that runs around and through our body. Chakras allow psychic energy to take on a more solid form (the funnel narrows towards the bottom), but not yet so fixed that we can perceive it with our senses.

Ultimately, psychic energies do manifest themselves in the sensory reality, namely as physical phenomena or as events that happen to you. Chakras actually form a kind of bridge between psychic energy (our inner life of feeling and thought) and material reality (the outer world).

The chakras and their colors.

Exploration of the chakras.
Chakra 1 (base chakra) is the lower (red) to Chakra 7 (crown chakra), the upper (violet/white)

The picture shows the main chakras, in the colors with which they are usually associated.
Each chakra corresponds to an associated area of ​​life, with certain themes that play a role in every human life. More will be said about these areas of life and about the symptoms of a well-functioning or less well-functioning chakra later in this article. In addition to the seven main chakras, there are many smaller chakras, for example in both your hands and feet.

The individuality of the aura

The aura around a person is very individual . In addition to information about your earthly personality, the aura also contains your specific soul energy. This refers to the timeless, otherworldly part of your Self, which is always present in you as a human being, but with which you as an earthly personality are not always consciously in contact. The soul energy of every person is unique.

Every soul is on a long road to full consciousness, to fully happy, free and whole. Full consciousness means that you can experience very deep within yourself the unity that there is between you and the people around you, the animals around you, the nature that surrounds you. This sense of unity, which we can also call Love, is the key to true relaxation, creativity and joy.

Although ‘awareness’ is the ultimate goal of every soul, the path by which the goal is reached is as unique as the soul itself. Each soul experiences things in its own way and makes its own choices based on that.

This individuality of the soul leads to a specific pattern of character traits, sensitivities, talents and pitfalls. This uniqueness of your soul is reflected in your aura.

Reading auras and perceiving chakras

Some people can spontaneously perceive auras and chakras. Others need some practice developing that skill. Seeing colors around people is not yet ‘ reading auras ‘‘. Aura reading is about being able to understand and interpret the colors you see.

In such a way that you can paint a psychological picture for the person whose aura you read in which he/she recognizes himself and from which positive guidelines follow for daily life. In addition to clairvoyant abilities, an aural reader also possesses qualities such as understanding, compassion and insight into human motives.

Since every person’s energy field is unique, it cannot be interpreted by general rules or color schemes.

In aura readings you can not simply assign a fixed meaning to the colors you perceive. The meaning of a particular color may vary by context. An aura reader’s job is to intuitively sense the psychic charge of a particular color within the entirety of one’s aura. The art of reading auras is therefore not only to perceive colors, but also to understand their meaning intuitively and to name them in a language that is enlightening and encouraging to the other person.

In order to make clear how our aura contains information about the different aspects of our lives, more information is given below about the seven chakras and the associated life themes. In this part the root chakra and the navel chakra are treated. The other five chakras are explained in the next part of this article.

The Root Chakra

  • The root or tailbone chakra is located at the very bottom of your spine, roughly where your tailbone is. This chakra mainly has to do with the way in which you – as a soul in a body – have connected yourself with the earth. The root chakra is related to themes such as work, body care, nutrition, living environment, finances, in short all themes that have to do with ‘earthly survival’.
  • – Is finding work and/or earning money easy for you, or do you often encounter resistance?
  • – Do you generally feel safe in your body, or do you often feel anxious or insecure and find it ‘annoying’ to be in the ‘here and now’ for a long time?
  • – Can you appreciate your body, or do you regularly feel insecure about your appearance or health?
  • – How do you feel in your home or immediate living environment; do you feel that you can shape your way of living yourself, or do you feel that you are dependent on others?

All of these basic issues are reflected in the root chakra.
A properly functioning root chakra ensures that you have both feet on the ground and that you usually approach life with a sense of confidence.

It also shows that you are willing to take responsibility for everything that comes your way and that you succeed reasonably well in manifesting your wishes and desires in the concrete, earthly reality.

A less well-functioning root chakra often means that you do not feel completely safe in your earthly body, for example that you regularly feel agitated or nervous for no apparent reason. Structural problems with money, work or living also often indicate a blockage in the first chakra.

People who are not quite ‘grounded’ or ‘grounded’ can be experienced by others as dreamy, vague or easily influenced. Often these people have a rich inner life of feeling, and they can, for example, make contact with the spiritual or artistic quite easily. However, it is important to anchor this inner wealth well in a solid earthly foundation. Neuroses, addictions or other forms of instability can otherwise be the result.

The navel chakra

The navel chakra is located in your abdomen, about two inches below your belly button.
It is the center of emotions and emotionally charged relationships with other people.
From your navel chakra you experience your feelings in a very direct way, before they are interpreted or ‘reasoned to pieces’ by your mind or your conscience. In this center lies your capacity for ‘instinctual knowledge’, a capacity that we know, for example, in situations of crisis or major threat.

But first impressions, which you spontaneously acquire of people or environments, also fall under the category of ‘instinctual knowledge’. The navel chakra therefore provides very important information about how you actually feel in certain situations or with certain people. It also shows how much you allow these feelings into your consciousness and act upon them.

Sexuality and gender are also experienced from the navel chakra. Injuries in the field of contact with the opposite sex, or sexual violence, leave their mark in this center. Sexual violence does not always have to be physical. Social images about masculinity and femininity, which you receive in your upbringing, for example, can also carry a certain violence. Accepting your own body and sexuality in a natural way is something that is certainly not self-evident today.

Many emotional problems originate here. The navel chakra also contains the ability to sense other people’s moods or emotions. This ability can vary from empathy – being able to sympathize with the other person’s emotions spontaneously – to clairvoyance – being able to perceive the other’s emotions neutrally and unbiased internally.

You have a well-functioning navel chakra if you always manage to keep in touch with your feelings, including the negative ones, in daily life, and if you dare to face and experience them honestly. This is quite an art, because our spontaneous feelings often do not match what is expected of us socially. We are therefore often inclined to ignore our instinctive, emotional knowing for a while, usually to maintain harmony.

However, if you do listen to your feelings, however confrontational this may be, this will give you more and more control over your own life. By following your inner knowing, you develop your capacity for conscious choice and taking responsibility, which greatly strengthens your self-esteem.

Someone with a well-developed navel chakra can calmly and confidently indicate their own limits: they can say ‘no’ without feeling guilty about it and can properly assess where their own responsibility ends and that of the other person begins.

Someone with a less well-functioning navel chakra has a lack of conscious contact with their own feelings. Such a person does not really know what is emotionally alive in him/her. So it is also difficult for such a person to really choose for themselves and to develop their own unique gifts.

Lack of contact with your feelings can arise from a highly developed ratio, or a highly developed morality about what is and is not appropriate.

Both often lead to feelings being explained away or seen as not really valuable or ‘valid’.
Overvaluing intellectual capacities is often part of this.

It is also possible that someone becomes emotional very easily, but is not able to distinguish between one’s own emotions and the emotions of close relatives such as parents, children, friends or colleagues.

For example, people who are always very helpful or caring can be so aware of other people’s feelings and needs that they lose touch with their own feelings and needs. Such a person can therefore be very gifted emotionally, while the navel chakra does not function properly. Problems with assertiveness or setting your own boundaries are almost always an issue here.

In the second half of this article we continue our exploration of the chakras. Climbing further up the spine, to which all chakras are connected, we arrive at the third chakra, also called the solar plexus.


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