How do our chakras physically effect us?
Our chakras are reflective of who we are. In the same way that our
physical organs (heart, lungs, kidneys etc) have jobs to do, our chakras
have specific functions.
Whilst our physical organs keep us running on a physical level, our
chakras keep us running on a spiritual level. Even non-spiritual people
have chakras; they are our connection to our inner selves.
When we eat a meal, our physical body processes it. It takes what we
need and uses it to fuel our body, what isn't needed we pass as waste.
Likewise in life, our experiences and our feelings are also processed.
Ideally, we should take what we need to fuel us emotionally, mentally and
spiritually, and discard the waste. Unfortunately, we don't always do this
(be that by conditioning via upbringing, pre-life contract or fear).
We are all pre-conditioned to some degree. That is as we have grown up,
our families and friends have all influenced us, we've all felt fear,
love, embarrassment, shame and many other emotions. But did you process
Having an emotion fully processed means that you are no longer effected by
the emotion, that you have learnt, understood and can freely move forward
unaffected by it in your life. (This doesn't make you cold, it makes you
compassionate, if you feel coldly unaffected, it has not been fully
If you have ever felt humiliation standing in front of a group of
people, and find yourself still afraid of group situations, the original
emotion wasn't fully processed.
If your parents never showed you affection, you may find yourself
craving it as an adult and yet still unable to find it; the original
emotion hasn't been fully processed.
If you have ever felt that people always seem to let you down, make you
angry or put you down. These are all directly related to emotions which
have not been fully processed.
Understanding how are emotions are not always fully processed can
assist in understanding how the chakras then cause physical imbalances.
Our energy, our life force flows through our chakras. If we cling on to
an unresolved or unprocessed emotion, what happens is less energy can flow
through our bodies. Our life force is restricted.
If you can imagine your life force as water flowing through pipes. In
areas where there are stored up emotions, liken them to debris and waste
in those pipes causing blockages which limit the flow. Debris in pipes
caused festering and decay. Likewise when our life force can not flow
freely through us; it manifests physically. If no energy can flow where
energy is needed, things don't work properly.
Basically when we do not fully express and process our emotions, we are
storing things up inside us. Our chakras then enforce our bodies to deal
with it. Let's call it overflow. The pressure in the pipes builds up and
effects the surrounding areas.
That which you do not deal with emotionally, WILL get dealt with
As you become more aware of your emotional/physical link, you will find
that your body gives you easier symptoms rather than a huge illness.
You'll start to note every little twinge and hopefully choose to deal with
If you are suffering from a serious ailment; the chances are this has
been forming for a long time. The more serious the condition; the further
back the emotional conditioning was formed.
For example; If you get a tension headache, it is formed quite quickly.
Likewise are aching shoulders. Sporadic pain, as in a flash of pain which
comes and goes; serves more as a warning. Regular sporadic pain and
irregular sporadic pain serve as things which are recent.
The ache, pain or tension won't immediately manifest in seconds;
generally though it will manifest physically after a period of repression.
For example; if you are nervous before a meeting, you may start feeling
more and more nervous the closer it gets, thus it weakens your bladder and
you find yourself running to the loo every 15 minutes.
However, once the meeting is underway or over, that need disappears.
Ongoing illness, things which have lasted months or years, will have
formed long before the start or diagnosis of the illness. We receive small
reminders, if they are ignored; they build up.