Chakras

"The greatest illusion of this world is the illusion of separation. Things that you think are separate and different are actually one and the same. We are all one people, but we live as if divided."

When you want to understand the relationship between the mind, body and spirit, we believe that it is crucial that one must first go down the road of understanding chakras.

Chakras are energy portals that can send or receive energy that is constantly vibrating throughout the universe, and all life, including the physical body. There are thousands of chakra points but we will talk about seven of the main portals, Crown, Brow, Throat, Heart, Solar Plexus, Spleen and the Root Chakra.

What do the Chakras do?

We are a spirit in a physical body and what connects our spirit to the physical body and keeps us connected are the chakras. They are basically like the plug-in points for the physical body. If you can imagine the spirit with thousands of tentacles, a bit like an octopus, and at the end of the tentacles is a plug that connects to the energy points, which are the chakras. That is what happens when you sleep and go on your travels on the astral planes. Your spirit unplugs itself from the physical body to go, and then it re-connects to the physical body when it returns.

How do you connect to the Chakras?

You connect to your chakras usually by visualisation. Each chakra has its own colour and so can be accessed by visualising the colour of the chakra you wish to connect with. Meditation is the best way to connect with your chakras. The benefits you gain from meditation is that you can receive the healing energies through your chakras that is all around you to give you strength and energy when you are feeling low and depressed. You can also give out energy through the chakras, as by sending out healing energy to others. The more you give, the more you will receive.

Chakras in relation to Mahannah Healing

Chakras: The understanding of chakras and their relationship with the physical body is vital in the learning of all Mahannah techniques.


What are chakras? There are 12 main chakras situated within the physical body.  There are 7 within the front of the body and 5 situated at the back of the body.  Each chakra has different roles and functions.  Everyone has chakras and every chakra has its own colour because each chakra is vibrating at different frequencies.  Like wind mills, each chakra are spinning at different speeds and emits light.  Everyone in the world has the same colour chakras because we are all spirit within a physical body.  Chakras have often been referred to as ‘plug in points’ between the body and the spirit.  However, because we are all different and our light differentiates from one another, our individual chakras even though they may be the same colour, they vibrate at different frequencies.  For example, the root chakra is red in colour.  However, there may be many different shades and strengths that make the root chakra that colour.  Each colour is on a different vibration.  Some chakras within our physical bodies are stronger than others.  The green chakra maybe your strongest chakra and that colour normally surrounds and makes your aura, but not in all cases.


Blockages: The wellbeing and function of each chakra is very important because if one stops functioning properly then it will cause physical problems.  Wind mills rely on wind to turn its propellers.  If you can imagine the wind being the energy force that governs and stimulates the physical body and the actual wind mill and its propellers are individual chakras you can see that everything within the body is interconnected.  If one area stops working, it will have a knock on an affect to other areas within the body.  Each chakra may have thousands of individual propellers surrounding them and the propellers push and take energy to important key areas.  The heart chakra for example is interconnected to the lungs and to the actual physical heart and therefore the heart chakra will govern and maintain the energy force surrounding that particular area.     


As a healer you are able to detect blockages within a patience physical body.  Each blockage will give off a pulse or a ripple of energy that can be detected either by simply placing your hands on the body or another more effective method is by scanning the actual aura field. 


Chakras will malfunction for many different reasons and unblocking them can be relatively easy.  But a healer must first detect these blockages before a treatment can be determined.  Because someone may have heart problems may not be directly connected to the actual heart chakra, it be caused by other factors and therefore the root of the problem must first be detected.

Pulsating of each chakras: Each chakra pulsates different amounts of light and energy.  Some chakras are stronger than others.  If one chakra malfunctions then that light will dim and physical problems can occur.

Glands: Each chakra is connected to specific glands.  Glands are important to the physical body as glands release hormones and chemicals that are needed to balance the physical body. A person can collect energy from several different levels of vibrations including colour that are utilised in various parts of the body. Throughout our body we have main energy centres, which are connected to major organs and glands that govern other parts of the body.

Every organ, gland, and body system is connected to a chakra and each chakra is connected to a colour vibrational frequency.  For example, the heart chakra governs the thymus gland and it is also in charge of the functioning of the heart organ, lungs, bronchia system, lymph glands, secondary circulatory system, immune system as well as the arm and hands.  The heart chakra resonates to the colour green.


What do our glands do?  “The hypothalamus is situated in the brain, at the base of the optic chiasm and is attached to the pituitary via a stalk-like structure.  It acts as a collecting centre for information concerned with the internal wellbeing of the body and uses much of this information to regulate the secretion of the hormones produced by the pituitary.”  “  The pineal gland is a tiny body located at the base of the brain.  It produces the hormone melatonin.”

“The pituitary gland is an important gland and it is often referred to as the 'master gland', because it controls several of the other hormone glands.  It is usually about the size of a pea and is situated in a bony hollow beneath the base of the brain and just behind the bridge of your nose.  The gland consists of two parts (often called lobes) each of which has different functions.  The pituitary gland is also sometimes called the Hypothesis.”


“The thyroid gland is situated in the front part of the neck, near the windpipe.  Embedded in the rear surface of this gland are four parathyroid glands.  The thyroid gland controls many body functions, including heart rate, temperature, and metabolism.  Both these glands play a role in the metabolism of calcium in the body.”
“The adrenal glands (each of which weighs about 4 grams and is about the size of your thumb) are situated just above the kidneys and consist of two parts, the adrenal medulla and the adrenal cortex.  These glands produce hormones which are essential for life and help us cope with stress.”


“In addition to its digestive functions, cells in the pancreas regulate the blood sugar that provides the body with energy.”
“The thymus gland, despite containing glandular tissue and producing several hormones, is much more closely associated with the immune system than with the endocrine system.  The thymus serves a vital role in the training and development of T-lymphocytes or T cells, an extremely important type of white blood cell.  T cells defend the body from potentially deadly pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi.”


Exercise 1- In pairs place your hand on each area where you think your chakras are situated.  Keep your hands on each chakra area and wait until you start feeling the energy pulsating out.  Everyone will feel different and it may take a few tries before you start detecting these different types of energies.

 

Energy types

Crown -
Knowingness. Connection to the Creator or higher intelligence. 

Brow -
The third eye. Trusting your intuitions and developing oneself.

Throat -
The right to speak. Organisation and planning. Truthful expression.

Heart -
Love, Compassion, Humility. Acceptance of oneself.

Solar Plexus -
Energy portal to send and receive. Strong link with healing energies.

Sacral (Spleen) -
Sensing, feeling and experiencing.

Root (Coccyx )-
Releases negative energies.

A little bit about the Root Chakra

The Root Chakra can draw energy from the ground, which is earth energy, to dim your own spirit light to help you in rescue work on different vibrations. Your spirit gets compressed smaller within your physical body which is dimming your light, and at times, depending on how dim your light is, it can make you feel sickly and unwell.

Some think it is because of unenlightened spirits which have drawn close, but that is not the case. It is because you have compressed your spirit down and when you start to brighten your light, you will begin to feel better.

 

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Chakras are only one of many topics we teach here at the Einstein Initiative School. Here are some of the topics and areas we teach within our healing courses and workshops:-

 

 

Colour therapy combines chakra therapy

 

 

Our healing magnets

 

 

Singing bowl used for sound therapy

 

 

Healing stones

 

 

Healing crystals

 

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Something to think about

At the Einstein Initiative we are continually searching for the truth, both spiritually and scientifically. One of the most fascinating areas we are searching in is herbs and the important role they play in other areas such as medicine and healing. We are also trying to discover the link herbs have to the cure for cancer. Be part of this amazing quest.

Something to think about

  1. What do our humble herbs have in common with spirituality?
  2. Who or what would you say is against the use of herbs and why?
  3. How can we make use of these herbs?
  4. Can they help us in our spiritual development, if so, how?
  5. How or what would be the most effective way of using herbs?
  6. How do the drug companies use herbs and what harm does this do to humans and animals and what negative effects does this have?

Our research has so far found that there is a strong link between cancer cell formation to the seven chakras and the gland systems connected to them.

  1. Crown Chakra - Pineal gland (Epiphysis)
  2. Third Eye Chakra - Pituitary gland (Hypophysis)
  3. Throat Chakra - Thyroid gland
  4. Heart Chakra - Thymus gland
  5. Solar Plexus Chakra - Pancreas gland
  6. Sacral Chakra - Gonad gland
  7. Root chakra - Adrenaline glands

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