Introduction to Chakras

The Chakra System

There are 7 major Chakras connected at points along the spine as shown from the Root Chakra at the coccyx up to the Crown chakra.

body & chakras

Each is associated with a different colour indicating their light energy frequency as seen in a rainbow. ‘Chakra’ in Sanskrit means ‘wheel’ and refers to their spinning cone-shaped form which looks like water when it spins down a plughole but instead of water, it is the quantum energy of all layers of your subtle Field (or Aura) connecting into the body. This Field contains all the information about you, your behaviour, your aspirations and ancestry, creating who you are in this moment. There is much written in the public arena about chakras if you wish to know more details but all holistic thinking uses these in some form. Each area of the body will be affected by the health of the local chakra and your overall health on all levels, structural, mental, emotional and spiritual, will depend on the clarity and functioning of the whole chakra system.

Q: Have you ever wondered how you get a sense of someone without even knowing them?
As you interact with your environment, your Field interacts on a sub-conscious level first, communicating with the people around you. This is why you may get an impression of someone without even talking to them or why you feel uncomfortable in some situations and not in others. Your brain interprets all this subtle or quantum information including information about similar past experiences via your Chakras and you respond accordingly. There is much on-going scientific research into quantum physics and there is still much to learn.
And another Q: Why did you choose to wear that colour today?
Colours you choose to have around you will be supporting or expressing an aspect of the associated chakra so will vary depending on the people you are with and the situation. You may be drawn to certain colours (light frequencies) that you need and you can also make a conscious choice of colours to help yourself. It is also interesting to note colours prevalent at certain times of the year such as at Christmas when red and green are favourites; these are colours for family (roots/life foundations) and love.

Be colourful.  Be conscious 🙂