WISDOM DISCOVERIES

You are invited to read these wisdoms and  keep an open mind.

We are not intending to indoctrinate anyone.

Decide for yourself if whatever you read here feels right to you, is it fearful or lovingly guiding you to a deeper level of understanding?

CHAKRAS

WHAT ARE CHAKRAS?

The literal meaning is wheels, or discs, the discovery originating in India.

I always thought chakras were energy vortexes in our bodies.

And they are...They are represented with rainbow of colours.

(it turns out there are many more than the 7 that we are taught.)

That's just part of the answer.

Apparently chakras are doorways that lead you into other dimensions. But you have to be focus on them to the exclusions of everything else.

Why?

To attain an elevated state of awareness.

It is said that there lies, at the base of the spine, an abundance of dormant energy that is just waiting to be tapped into – this is often represented in the Kundalini tradition as a sleeping snake. By activating each chakra, we allow this life-force to travel up our body, awakening new abilities and transforming us as it goes. 

All too often, however, energy can become sort of stuck—usually in one of the major chakras. This can be caused by stress, tension, lack of exercise, toxins in our diet, poor sleep and air pollution – to name a few.

Thankfully, our ancestors left us powerful tools and techniques to clear out these blockages. Today, we’re going to delve into one them!

CHAKRA WEEK-LONG RITUAL IN BATH MEDITATION WITH EPSOM SALTS

OR IN YOUR REGULAR DAILY MEDITATION

Here are some simple steps and suggestions to create your chakra-cleansing rituals.

1. Choose your chakra. Have a chakra in mind as you set your intentions and prepare your space. Either follow along and each day choose one beginning from root to crown, or if you are in tune enough to know where you need to focus, select that chakra for the day.

*We’ve created a chakra guide (see bottom of post) that outlines each of your 7 chakras – including where they’re located and how to work with them.

2. Create a sacred space. Run a warm bath (or shower), preferably in a freshly clean tub. Clear away any extraneous products and clutter. Make it simple yet beautiful. Dim the lights, and light a candle.

3. Add Epsom salts to your bath. (Recommended: 1-2 cups). The salts are full of nurturing, cleansing minerals, and help the body to relax.

4. Add healing elements. These can include essential oils, herbs, crystals, or items of the same color associated with the chakra. (We’ve include ideas below.)

5. Relax. Settle into your sacred space, take some easy breaths and continue with the following steps of the ritual.

6. Activate your chakra. On the chakra guide below, locate the sound that is associated with the particular chakra you are working on and begin saying it, softly or loudly, to yourself. The ancients believed that these one-syllable sounds, also known as “bija mantras,” could be used to purify and balance the body and mind. Bija means “seed,” and you are literally planting a seed of thought in your body-mind to wake up that particular energy center of your body.

7. Meditate. Focus on the chakra. Visualize where it’s located within your own body. See if you can sense it. Bathe it, not only in water and sound, but also your own loving, nurturing energy. Using the affirmations we’ve included in the guide below, feel the vibrations of these “thought energies”—how the idea of it makes you feel—and repeat until you feel it deeply resonating in each center.

  1. Finish.  Don’t hurry through this ritual. Take as much time as you need. But when you are finished, try to take your time while drying off and resuming your day or evening. Be gentle with yourself.

    Ready to get started? Great! Now, let’s take a deeper look into each chakra and learn how you can connect to each one.

Root Chakra: Located at the very base of the spine, the root chakra corresponds with the perineum, along the first three vertebrae, at the pelvic plexus. This is perhaps the most important to keep clear, as it is the foundation on which we build our life and impacts our entire sense of being. The root is associated with basic needs and survival, belonging, and tribe. When imbalanced, you may experience insecurity, eating disorders (over- or undereating), paranoia, aggression, depression, lethargy, negativity, cynicism, greed, slipping back into “survival mode”—even when surrounded by abundance.

Color: Red
Related organs: Kidney, bladder, adrenals, hips, vertebral column
Mantra: LAM. (pronounced laam)
Affirmation: “I am balanced. I am safe. I trust myself. I am grounded. I am enough.”
Essential oils and herbs: Patchouli, cinnamon, lavender and bergamot.
Crystals: Garnet, black tourmaline, onyx, smoky quartz.

Sacral Chakra: Located just above the genitals, the sacral chakra helps us to connect to the physical world and enjoy its pleasures in all forms. This is the center of creativity, self-love, and sensuality, and when out of balance, can lead to greed, addiction, frustration, compulsion, sexual repression, depression, self-deprivation, and apathy.

Color: Orange
Related organs: Sex organs, uterus, prostate, large bowels.
Mantra: VAM (pronounced vaam)
Affirmation: “My feelings are healthy. I am strong. I am creative. I love myself.”
Essential oils and herbs: Jasmine, sandalwood, orange, and ylang-ylang.
Crystals: Carnelian, orange fire agate

Solar Plexus Chakra
This energy center is all about action. Located just above your navel, this is the power center, and when energy gets stuck here, people can experience loss or abuse of their power. When in balance, you’ll feel a strong sense of motivation and direction, and will have a greater ability to trust your “gut feelings.” An imbalance here can lead to sarcasm, pessimism, subjectivity, bossiness, overly analytical or dictatorial personality, abuse of authority, abrasiveness, naïve passiveness, being wishy-washy, fatigue, becoming oblivious, and feeling inferior.

Color: Yellow
Related organs: Liver, stomach, spleen, small intestine.
Mantra: RAM (pronounced raam)
Affirmation: “I accept myself completely. I am receptive to divine energy. I accept my responsibilities. I am guided and receptive to divine will at all times.”
Essential oils and herbs: Rosemary, lemon, and cypress.
Crystals: Citrine

Heart Chakra
This energy center is located right in the center of your heart. It’s where we hold the vibration of love, compassion, tenderness, patience, connection, forgiveness, generosity, and kindness. When out of balance, we experience the opposites of these vibrations, such as impatience, bitterness, resentment, cruelty, loneliness and isolation, jealousy, possessiveness, and suspicion. This fourth chakra is a sort of transition between your lower and higher chakras, between survival and “thrival.”

Color: Green
Related organs: Heart.
Mantra: YAM (pronounced yaam)
Affirmation: “I am loved. I love myself. Everything I do, I do with love. I am receptive and open to receiving love. I forgive others. I forgive myself. I allow the abundance of the universe to pour divine love into my heart.”
Essential oils and herbs: Geranium, bergamot, and neroli.
Crystals: Green tourmaline, green garnet, rose quartz.

Throat Chakra
The fifth chakra is located in your throat, near that place where people sometimes feel a “lump in their throat,” when they get choked up. While not directly adjacent to the power center in your solar plexus, this is often where power is expressed. Perhaps you’re beginning to see how these systems work together, and when one area becomes imbalanced, it can lead to imbalances up the energy chain. Through our speaking, by passing these vibrations through our throat chakras, we are calling things into being. We are creating our world—so if our sacral chakras are imbalanced and we’re creating with an over- or underactive throat chakra, we can be manifesting exactly what we don’t want. An imbalance here could lead someone to experience self-righteousness, infidelity, negative self-talk, repression of self-expression, being overly critical, destruction with words, confusion, and disorientation.

Color: Turquoise Blue
Related organs: Thyroid, lungs, upper digestive tract.
Mantra: HAM (pronounced haam)
Affirmation: “I am learning and growing. I am trusting and trustworthy. I receive and express clear communication.”
Essential oils and herbs: Lavender, Roman chamomile, and peppermint.
Crystals: Aquamarine, turquoise, sodalite, lapis lazuli, angelite

Third-Eye Chakra
Located right between your eyebrows, the sixth chakra is the center of intuition and intellectual enlightenment. When in balance, you experience peace regardless of the world around you. When imbalanced, people can experience narrow-mindedness, self-absorption, lack of imagination, insensitivity, headaches, a scattered mind, and impaired vision.

Color: Indigo
Related organs: Eyes, sinuses, lower head.
Mantra: OM (pronounced aaum or ohm)
Affirmation: “I am wise. I see.”
Essential oils and herbs: Lavender, clary sage, and marjoram.
Crystals: Amethyst, quartz

Crown Chakra
Once you’ve nurtured your other six chakras and the energy is flowing, you are likely feeling a great sense of peace, purpose, and flow. The crown chakra is located at the crown/top of your head, and is the center for your spiritual awakening, wisdom, and enlightenment. When out of balance, people can experience depression, schizophrenia, feelings of superiority, lack of contact with reality, lack of concern for others.

Color: Purple
Related organs: Brain, pineal gland
Mantra: OM (pronounced aaum or ohm)
Affirmation: “I am filled with greatness. I am connected to the divine wisdom of the universe. I trust my higher self.”
Essential oils and herbs: frankincense, myrhh, and cedarwood.
Crystals: Quartz

I hope you receive exactly what you need from this time-honored practice. We’d love to hear how it goes for you in the comments section below!

Stay curious,

Nick Polizzi
Founder, The Sacred Science

 

(this piece was sent by Steve and is a quote from a book he is reading, called Anastasia)

 

"Judgement ?

But where and how ? Why doesn't anyone know about it?
You understand Vladimir , for a very long time we imagined judgement as some ominous being from on high with his terrifying army. This person would tell each in what ways each person was righteous and which ways he wasn't . Then he would determine a measure of punishment , sending those judged to heaven or hell.we imagined the Devine judgement do primitively.  But God is not primitive. He cannot judge in that way. He gave man eternal freedom , but any judgement is a tantamount to the violence against the individual and the deprivation of his freedom.

Then why did you say then that the Devine judgement is taking place at the present moment?

I repeat what I said . The Devine judgement is taking place at the present moment. But each person must judge himself . I understood what Anastasia created . Her philosophy strength and logic are accelerating processes . Imagine many believing in her idea of beautiful Devine settlements . Those who have believed will find themselves in a heavenly garden . Others will not believe and remain right where they are now "


My take on the above quote . If we choose to judge others for their downfalls then we ourselves are living in hell now. 
If we don't pass judgement then the beautiful garden would be before us   

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