Some may wonder about the origins of the “Thug” culture that is now plaguing our youth.
I have been disclosing the greatest plot of all on the #KeymakersShow over the past few months, revealing that 95% of worlds spiritual culture was taken from the Tamil Nadu region also known as Lemuria – it was then plagiarized, altered, and stolen by imposters and thieves who plundered this ancient culture, along with its language, that we all belong to.
Let us go down and confuse them. Genesis 11.7
This will need a thorough dissertation beginning with Episode 1 of The Keymakers. Many Priests, Pastors, Imams, Secret Society Leaders, New Age Leaders, etc. will now have the opportunity to desist with the ignorance, and perfect their messages… or be vanquished by the Truth that I will not delay in bringing.
Now a brief dissertation on being a Thug. I will reveal there are a few Ancestral Families of prominence that survived the Deluge of Lemuria – these retreating families became the likes of the Mayan Civilization, so-called Native Americans, Hondurans etc. just to name a few. Some are unaware that Tupac Shakur‘s mother named him after a royal descendent of this nation in hopes that he would be returning salvation to his people. His final quote after defeat by the Spanish invaders was “I will be back and there will be millions with me”.
However, the invading parties (such as Shakuni) later corrupted the spiritual sects of ancient India and self-appointed themselves as Brahmans – or the highest spiritual level that can be attained in physicality. They did this by insisting that the ancient system of spiritual ascendance that is based on the color of the chakras (beginning in black and ending in white) should also be utilized as a way to determine spiritual growth by skin color – thus placing themselves on top of the caste system which they created and is still in use. What a bunch of losers… who through cunning, gambling, blackmail, and any other dark art, spent hundreds of years turning us against each other.
Fast-forward now to the Present. These are now your Secret Society leaders – they are your Bankers, your Hidden Crypto Cabal that wrote your Bibles and Koran’s – which are plagiarized and changed from their original text to confuse you… but they still bring some form of resonance since they are taken from something that you genetically know, and subconsciously resonate with.
Lastly, they are the ones who control the music and entertainment industry. So in this case, you see Tupac came into the music industry with the feeling that he would be a Black Messiah. This was passed on to him by his Mother, and while he did not know any of the details I’m explaining now, it existed within him to make a change. However, those who are still lurking in the dark and feeding off your children had another idea. They played on the message and the personage and made him a Thugee… thus birthing generation after generation of Thugs, until someone breaks this curse.
I, Sevan Bomar, anciently known as Sevaganmuru will break this curse and many others as I come online and bring the ancient nation that is all of us back together. When evil, pestilence, ignorance, and injustice rule the land… I Incarnate.
To break this curse, you must know that these fake Brahmans I mentioned are by their own admittance, worshippers, and servants of the lowest stage of human consciousness. They are confused and never innerstood the sacred knowledge. They represent Kali falsely by associating her with the angel of death. Thus, they kill mothers, fathers, and children to appease her. They wear black religiously and associate themselves with darkness. Jerusalem is not the city of Peace (based on etymology). Shalem means Night in the ancient tongue. They are the worshippers of ignorance.
Tupac came right into all of this. Sure enough, the members of the dark Cabal (who are thieves that write contracts to bind people with debt) worked their dark magic – and it wasn’t long before a power that could have been used to bring massive unity, was inverted to do the opposite. Now witness and learn the true origin of a Thug.
The lesson here is it doesn’t matter what you came here to do and how powerful you think you are… you must be in the Know and remain balanced at all times. You cannot underestimate darkness and wickedness as it moves about the land. We created the first martial arts, Yoga and Meditation, to defend ourselves from such things. Be a great Leader amongst your people and be on the watch for those yet to be admonished and correct their ways. Humanity has always been a loving family. It is only when we divide from each other that we become our worst enemies and begin destroying our worlds.
There is much much more to all of this, but this is the message I felt guided to share. Wholeness
Let’s go ahead and dive right into these chakras and how they connect.
We want to make sure we’re completely cohesive since we’re starting off below the base of things in building this foundation.
As clear and concise as possible, is to see the chakras like the planets and the cosmos.
There are more than seven chakras, and you have several points in the body that could be perceived as stars or planets… some being primary, some being secondary, and some in development. Just like planets, you have primary chakras, secondary chakras, and chakras that are being developed.
Chakras tend to develop in certain age ranges – and this is why in the past, there was a profound system of seven stages where the chakras were developed in a color system. Then as you went through that process, you would experience different things – and they try to generally iconize what you would experience in an image.
Those images later became known as the pictures of God, the real gods… which are humans – and they have inside of their body, these clusters; these nuclei of power. When activated and turned on, these begin to spin or work in conjunction with one another in the development of Siddhis… but you must start from the beginning.
You can see that you have these chakras placed inside of your body, and they can be perceived as the Keymakers – originally derived from the idea that the chakras have unique geometries inside of them, and a unique key to unlock or unblock each one.
In conclusion, as stated, the chakras are actually inside of the human body – some of them are activated, some of them are dormant, some of them activate based on age, some activate based on herbs, some activate based on experience and conditioning… but when they do activate and in conjunction with others, they bring you into a greater stage of awareness.
The greatest level of realization and internalization of these powers is in the acts of the meditations and working on non-judgment.
My entire body of work for the last decade has been about activation of chakras, but we see that it doesn’t always entail simply a direct application. It could be hidden, it could be something that you need to experience, or someplace to go to activate these certain centers.
Simply put, this is the sheer awareness that there are power centers inside of your body, that are responsible for why you can even stand up. Right now, there is a field moving around the body rapidly, that makes it very easy for us to stand up. Anytime that you’ve been in deep meditation, you’ll notice that if you lean a bit back, even a little, you almost start feeling like you’re brushing against some kind of field that’s moving around the body.
Some that have prayed extensively and honored extensively, notice the body will naturally start doing this… leaning and rocking. Some cultures do this on purpose to bring about that same change. It is the same thing with the Whirling Dervish – they spin and spiral like the cosmos, in order to activate certain alignment within their consciousness. Imagine whirling in a huge outer layer, entarior garment… when in the perfect position, you start to spin like a top, and the more that you do (like any kind of dynamo), it starts bringing other parts of your system online.
That’s what we’re talking about when we’re saying how these chakras are used and how they work in conjunction with what we are doing. But, also how mystical they are – because although they are present, we tend to not see them or recognize them.
One more final thought, about how the chakras connect to the organs.
Your organs (named appropriately) make sounds – just as the organ is played inside a church. Your chakras all play specific sounds that allow them to do what they do in the transitions and processing needed in your body.
Sickness is when that organ is no longer playing harmonic with the orchestra and begins to drag down the rest of the chorus by playing off tune. Then other organs are forced to try and compensate for the lack of performance from that particular organ.
Listen to these metaphors – they work in different aspects of life. These are maxims and ultimate truths.
When a chakra fails, disease ensues… lack of awareness ensues.
Here is the connection between the organs in our body (seen metaphysically as the planets), the chakras inside the body, and the tones they play.
Humanity is in itself the instruments, singing a song or in an orchestra together – even if some are off tune, we can collectively attune. We have the ability to be able to use things like tuning forks, mantras, vibrations and tones to tune our chakras as we would tune an instrument.
In previous posts, we began to examine the nature of the biblical God/Gudecharacter by exploring the hidden meaning of numbers, geometry, language, and logic in constructing realities.
We also considered how the use of these variables in reality-construction is also an act of racism because races are really the ratios of light and sound that make up a reality – including human skin.
We saw that the spiritual art of attracting higher-dimensional beings into denser realities is actually the art of geometry. Furthermore, we saw that the initial “g” of “geometry” is linked to the initial “g” in the name of the entity known as God.
In this post, we are going to go beneath the skin to explore the world of internal frequencies and then work back outward and upward to a common natural phenomenon of the heavens – the rainbow.
In revisiting this God/Gude character let’s place him in a larger context that includes the all-important, age-old relationship between masculine and feminine energies.
But first, let’s ask this simple question: After the great flood, why does the God of the Bible tell Noah that he is going to make the rainbow a sign of his covenant with humanity? At Genesis 9:13-16 God says to Noah,
“I have set my rainbow in the clouds, and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. Whenever I bring clouds over the earth and the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will remember my covenant between me and you and all living creatures of every kind. Never again will the waters become a flood to destroy all life. Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth.” (NIV)
Here God seems to make peace (“piece”) with humanity, but if we remember that the God of the Bible is a jealous and power-hungry god, that leads us to wonder exactly what kind of agreement is being made.
If you meditate on this question long enough, you’ll find that God’s rainbow covenant actually refers to the body’s primary organs, fluids, and glands, which vibrate in precise number sequences.
One way to picture the connection between these vibrations and the literal rainbow is the traditional depiction of the seven chakras as rainbow-colored spinning wheels of energy centered along the spine. In the occult rainbow, these parts of the body vibrate in synergy, which means they form a whole that is different from, and greater than, the sum of the parts.
If we apply the occult dictum “As above, so below” to the natural phenomenon of the rainbow, we innerstand it as the coming together in the heavenly realm of the colors of the ultraviolet light spectrum in a certain “rank,” or order, to become something greater.
In the same way, the body’s organs, fluids, and glands vibrate together at certain frequencies in the earthly realm.
These synergistic vibrations not only support physical existence but also give rise to the “something greater” of consciousness.
We know that the whole is greater than the parts because in both phenomena there is no clear, sudden break between colors or vibrations.
Instead, there are millions of fusions and shades between one color and the next. For example, the transitions in color created by the thousands of pixels on a computer monitor, and those fusions create a bridge between one clear color, vibration, or absolute (e.g., red) and another clear color, vibration, or absolute (e.g., orange).
When we apply this fusion of colors, or bridge-buildingbetween colors, to the physical realm, we see that the purpose of the bridge-building is to connect the realm of the living and the realm of the Hereafter.
Even the arcing shape of physical bridges echoes the shape of rainbows, lending a clue to the occult symbolism of the latter.
In deeper meditation, we also find that the breaking of the bridge between the physical realm and the realm of the Hereafter also means that the connection or covenant, between recent generations and the ancestors, has been broken. This disconnection happened not only in the relatively recent past but is still happening when grown children no longer visit their aging parents and when the elderly are consigned to live out the rest of their lives alone in “assisted living” homes.
This lack of respect for the elder generation, sometimes called “ageism,” is not only a reflection of social and cultural programming, but it also reflects a lack of energetic orvibrational balance within the individual.
By contrast, inter-generational ties were stronger in the past because our ancestors innerstood that such ties ensure true immortality, which is the ability to consciously remember one’s past reincarnation cycles.
The key to this remembering is realizing the power of memory – how deep our memories go and how thoroughly they permeate our existence.
Every day we remember mundane things such as our daily routines and habits and how to use a cell phone and a computer. But we also remember deeper things like language and how we construct reality with it, the social and cultural codes that help us get by in daily reality, and — perhaps most fundamentally — a sense of individual identity.
If we did not have these memories, what would we be left with?
The power of memory also extends to our memory of our ancestors, because in breaking the covenant between generations we lost the memory of how to navigate physical reality.
What’s more, we also lost the connection between physical reality and the realm of the Hereafter, which means we lost our original power.
Our ancestors had invested an incalculable amount of time and trial-and-error in figuring out how to navigate from physical reality to the Hereafter.
In doing so, they were able to maintain the connection of the tribe across time and preserve the proper vibrational balance of their bodies and of the entire collective.
They also innerstood that this balance does not consist of absolutes but of infinite subtle gradations of energy.
They innerstood that even qualities which we might now think of as polar opposites, such as the vibrations of clear red or clear blue, could blend into each other and create a synthesis that is greater than either quality alone. Such blending’s, or “marriages,” within and between individuals created more beauty and uniqueness to be enjoyed by the collective, thus supporting its overall energetic vibration and the quality of the collective consciousness.
However, we break these connections when we allow our differences to get in the way.
When someone believes that their vibrational frequency is the only kind of vibrational frequency that should exist, then we could end up with a social situation like the one you see in the movie The Giver, where one group in a society wants to impose its ideology on the entire society.
This kind of consciousness is the most malevolent because it produces people who can take extremely harmful actions and not even feel that they’re doing anything wrong.
A historical example is the Muslims’ attempts throughout the Middle Ages to exterminate the Hindus, which were carried out in the worst ways — disembowelment, raping mothers, etc. But the Muslims were able to do this because they saw the Hindus as different from them, and so they felt justified in their actions.
This is what happens when we start to disrespect each other’s differences.
The distortion and confusion that occurs when humans begin to disrespect their differences take us back to the biblical God/Gude character who established the rainbow covenant with Noah.
In occult lore, the God of the Bible is represented by a chimera called Yaldabaoth, whose symbol is a Tetragramaton. Yaldabaoth and the Tetragrammaton are in turn symbols of an ancient attempt in the Old Testament to create a male womb, out of which came the God of the Bible.
An image of a chimerical deity believed to be Yaldabaoth
This attempt to create a male womb is a major instance of ubiquitous misogyny in the Bible.
Another example is the practice of circumcision of male infants, which is also found in the Old Testament.
However, other esoteric works discuss circumcision as not to cut the foreskin of the penis, but the entire penis itself, which would make a baby a eunuch when he grows up. This means he can no longer engage with women, thereby shunning them and contributing to their perceived “inferiority.”
We find another example in the oaths of the Knights Templar, a medieval Catholic military order. Their oath – like most monastic oaths – forbid members from ever again engaging with women after entrance. In fact, the Knights Templar forbid their members to even kiss their mothers or their sisters.
However, the ancient project of creating a male womb is a major example of a larger, still more ancient project – the one mentioned at the beginning of this post, and which is still ongoing – to disrupt cooperation between the male and female human energies.
This project has gradually instilled a tendency to see women as negative and corruptible and to see men as idealized Sun Gods.
In addition to this degradation, there has also been an agenda to spread belief systems like religions, which often program a person to believe that he or she is “no good,” a sinner, always subject to God’s judgment, always owing him something, and so on.
And so there is psychological degradation of the individual going on as well.
If there were anything truly right about this situation, I wouldn’t even be discussing it today. Instead, I would be having a great time in our balanced world, with our bridge to the ancestors intact, and I would be connecting to our ancestors from thousands of years ago and not acting like I’m totally disassociated from them.
I would know my history, and I would know things like herbalism, and I would have a communication with the herbs, instead of looking at them on the shelf in the grocery store, all dehydrated.
You see, I know where the greater world is, I know what the better world is – no one has to convince me of that, and I can’t be convinced otherwise, either. So, what I’m saying is that when we get true knowledge and true adept hood, such things start to be revealed to us and through us — they start to show us the route out of this energetic, inter-generational quandary.
This article was sourced from an interview between Sevan Bomar and the hosts of Op-Think Radio, Stefan Kindredspirit, and Kristina Asinus, on the topic of “rainbowism”. The conversation has been presented by Ambassador, Cheryl Jaworski, in 5 connecting blogs (this one is 1/5). It is part of our new Share and Earn incentivization program, which is just one way Secret Energy can help you achieve sovereignty. Stay tuned for upcoming episodes!
The roots to our spiritual culture actually come from space… it comes from observing the Stars.
Initially, our spiritual system that was in place came to us by the Stars and next by the Environment.
A simple observance of how things change throughout seasons, gave us the ability to develop a spiritual system of belief that took us from the base area (in this case the Kali, which is even lower than the root chakra) all the way up through the system of energy colorsor as we would say, the ladder of lights… bringing us into the awareness of who we are in totality – a being of the cosmos.
In short, this spiritual system that we’re highlighting today that has been taken by others, used by others, excluded from other people, etcetera … was actually, something that was written in the stars – not something that was only available to a select group of people.
If we take the Essenes, who were known to watch the stars; these ancient groups of learned men that some called the Gnostics, looking up at the stars… what were they doing?
They were spending their lives accounting the positions of the stars because they felt that it had an extreme importance to what was going to come next, how we were functioning now, and what happened in the past.
I think the easiest way to start disclosing some of this, especially in relation to the culture, is to see that what the language does is connect constellations.
It looks like somebody played a dot-to-dot with the cosmos, and developed alphabets or certain symbols. Many of those symbols actually come from the essence of the stars.
In essence, it is basically saying that generally our language is tied directly into what we know, and anytime that we were removed from our language, ignorance ensues.
It’s almost as if we forget all of this knowledge.
I think it’s equally important to connect it to the Tamil Nadu region because of the antiquity of the language itself.
Also, our ability to take this language as we learn it, and decode words that later on came into the Latin Vulgates, and the hieratic and demotic scripts that came before that; and show the connection between the concept of what the word says.
Now here we go with the fictitious stuff, but let’s just look at the action…
Remember the time in the Bible that God tells Adam to “Name all the animals!” … if you were given that responsibility, what would you name them and why?
What we find, is that people named animals were based on the sounds they made… so the “maaah” of the goat became the word masum, and the “cah–cah” of the crow became known as the Caca Marie.
There were many different animals who made a sound as if saying, “No. Here is my name already. I’m telling it to you.”
The first languages were developed from those sounds.
In addition, languages were developed with how your body actually moved or how you felt energy move when you said those words.
Language in itself was not something that we all had at one time.
Even the Tamil language has over three hundred thousand words, so obviously, those words weren’t just dropped out of the sky… not entirely.
In observing the differences of vibrations in the linguistic system, Words were developed over a period of time to make a Perfect Language — one that connected with how we functioned in daily life, how we articulated ourselves, and how we could continuously go into greater levels of knowledge.
Many teachers begin their basic Chakra meditation classes starting with the root Chakra and working upwards to the seventh. While there is necessarily nothing wrong with this, for many people their inner voices whisper to them that “you’re supposed to start with the heart… this is the first Chakra… central to all other Chakras”!
In this article you will learn about Chakra colors and just one of many meditation techniques rated Adept; since the source of this information is well versed with out of body experiences and astral travel, ending up with his own meditation technique “the heart-spiral”, which seems to harmonize well and pretty much everyone else that was told/taught this technique reported excellent feedback.
The reason many focus on the 7 glands/Chakra system is because these are the main vortex/energy points where the soul interfaces with the biological spacesuit via the gland system which produces hormones (harmony). Nevertheless, some believe from experience that there are actually 24 prime Chakras. 12 are in this physical manifestation and 12 are in the non-physical.
We pulse in and out of this existence of focus at approx 24 times per second but are only conscious of the time we are in the physical (possibly why video movie frame rates were based on a minimum of 24 Hz i.e. frames per second). From 12 of these prime Chakras, 7 are mirrored and aligned with the body glands. These are the ones used for the heart-spiral.
The other 5 Chakras are over-laid as follows: one above your head, at approx. 60 centimeters above the crown and two hovering in and above your wrists approximately 15 cm, and two in the souls/soles of your feet (i.e. one in each foot).
Another issue of contention and confusion is which gland is regarded in the position of the 7th crown Chakra. Is it the Pineal or the Pituitary? Reports from astral travels reveal that the Pineal is the crown, the communication device between the all-that-is, receiving and transmitting all frequencies. The Pituitary is the surveyor and the two work closely together setting up a resonance chamber in the brain between the two.
Everything Begins With the Heart…
The soul’s primary node is this area approx. 2 inches left of the “liver” up underneath the rib-cage virtually to the bottom right of the heart. Some know this also as the “assemblage” point and there are some that actually claim to move the assemblage point from below the liver into the above area for re-aligning purposes.
All energy coming into and out of the body is through the heart Chakra which then loops around in a spiral fashion feeding into and out of the other Chakras.
The above is a simple sequence form 1 to 7 of the Chakras opening up.
If you draw the flow of it, it is like a spiral.
Thymus Gland – Green
First for unconditional love, allowance, and transformation.
Transmutation of ALL energy.
Receiving and Giving
2. Solar Plexus
Spleen / Pancreas – Yellow
Where the energy and frequencies coming in from the heart are experienced as emotions and feelings.
Where integrity and power of SELF are based.
Thyroid Gland – Blue
Where you voice/verbalize what you feel.
Where your feelings and emotions are expressed.
Gonad – Orange
Where the creativity occurs for the expressions that you feel.
Giving and Receiving (give/take)
5. Eye / Brow / Ear / Nose
Pituitary Gland – Indigo
Where you perceive and reflect.
Become aware of…” real eyes” your creations.
Your ears and nose are also connected to this Chakra.
Sight – Sound – Smell
6. Base / Root
Adrenal Gland – Red
Which grounds you to this physical/matter reality.
Pineal Gland – Violet
Connects you to the Universe/complete-SELF.
Whole Being/Spirit and then loops/spirals back into the heart Chakra.
Spiraling around again. Creating a spiraling torsion field.
Also as an alternative, you can start with the heart and then focus on pairs (one above and one below).
2. Solar + Throat
3. Sacral+ Brow
4. Base + Crown
Instead of seven steps, you do it in 4-steps.
Consider the 4-chambers of the heart, 4-aorta’s and the heart is 4th Chakra.
Then the heart also has 7- muscles, which spin/tilt the blood like a spiraling vortex.
Interestingly doing some numbers on the Chakra sequence you find:
4 + 3 = 7 then 5 + 2 = 7 then 6 + 1 = 7 then 7
or with the 4th as the center
then 5 + 3 = 8 then 2 + 6 = 8 then 1 + 7 = 8
Octave of 4= 8 = Infinite Spiral Loop!
Consider heart disease is one of the number one killers. WHY? It is not just food/diet, it is the energy dynamics of the heart. If the heart is not open and tuned/flowing and allowing the energy to spiral through correctly it can cause imbalances in the rest of the body and affect other things.
Some examples of blocked chakras symptoms are if the heart is blocked and you are trying to open and/or close Chakras/Seals that are closed below the heart then “dis-ease” can manifest problems in that region in the body.
The same goes if above the heart, energy may be trying to flow/spiral/cycle thru and it can’t because the heart is closed/blocked, pressure then builds up and bang!
Also if the energy is not released from the top half or the bottom half, due to the heart seal closed or blocked (not fully open), then those Seals/Chakra’s can burn out or over stress/overwork and start causing physical ailments in those areas as well as pressure on the heart-Chakra and the heart itself.
Simply having an unbalanced or closed heart will cause other Chakras and their respective glands to either overwork/stress and burn out. This is reflected and can be seen where some overuse/draining of certain areas.
Extreme examples are addictions such as sex or drugs, or you may notice some people talk too much; some people are over emotional; some people have severe eye/sight problems or hearing etc.
Also if you feel inclined you can sit cross-legged and also clasp and hold your hands out in front of your heart area. Imagine your hands like a flame or ready to catch a ball and remember to breathe in/out like woosh-shhh sound… (note: the lungs are situated in the area of the heart Chakra).
Adding to this information you can focus on the Chakras while meditating with several tools, from crystals that assist each Chakra in particular, to sound frequencies, aromatherapy, intention, etc.
Definitely an interesting method to practice with. Leave your comments below about your own experiences!
A couple of years ago I used to visit homeopath to treat a recurring hair loss problem.
She would diagnose the cause by checking my pulse, known as Nadis Pariksha (pulse examination).
Surprisingly, she would point out the right causes, simply by examining the energy flow in the Nadis.
In ancient Indian medicine, Nadis are the channels/pathways or energy centers in the body that carry Prana/life force throughout the body.
They connect at special energy points called Chakras.
The Sanskrit term “Nadi” comes from the root word “Nad”, which means motion, flow or vibration. Just as veins and arteries are important for the healthy functioning of our physical body, Nadis weave through our physical nerves as well as the subtle circuitry (yoga Nadis) of the mind, of the Self, of the consciousness matrix that supports our physical presence from invisible dimensions of existence.
Illustration showing the Nadis and major and minor Chakras
Prana needs to flow freely through the system to be healthy.
When it becomes weak or congested, it leads to poor mental and physical health.
Often, painful life experiences lead to blockages and ultimately health woes; so opening up these channels is important for our overall well-being.
The body is filled with innumerable Nadis that cannot be counted.
Tantric wisdom state that there are 72,000 Nadis in the human body.
Fourteen are principal Nadis out of which Sushumna, Ida and Pingala are considered the three most important.
Nadis are energy channels that carry Prana throughout our body
Ida, associated with the energy of the moon, represents the feminine aspect of our personality and is often shown as white.
Ida is also the Yin element in Chinese philosophy.
Ida controls the function of the parasympathetic nervous system which calms the mind and body because it is related to emotions, feelings, and memories.
When Ida becomes too strong or dominant, tiredness, depression, introversion and an inability to see things with a clear perspective can take over.
The Ida Is Channeled Via The Left Nostril And Pingala Nadi Through The Right Nostril.
Pingala, associated with the energy of the sun, represents the masculine aspect of our personality and is often shown as red.
Pingala controls the sympathetic nervous system and stimulates activities and planning of body and mind. Pingala Nadi is responsible for the logical, rational and analytical intellect.
Pingala is also the Yang element in Chinese philosophy.
When Pingala is overused, due to the hustle and bustle of city life, we can have difficulty sleeping and concentrating. We can become anxious, irritable and impulsive.
Ida and Pingala start/end to the left and the right of the Sushumna respectively, moving in spirals like the DNA helix, crossing at each chakra or energy portal.
Anahata Menon, shamanic healer, and mystic at Anahata Foundation explained, “It is the interaction between these two distinct yet complementary energy channels that controls our mental processes, intuition and the activity that takes place between the left and right hemisphere of our brain. The sacred union between the male (solar or day) and female (lunar or night) aspects of our spiritual nature forms the basis of most evolutionary esoteric paths.”
Sushumna is the central channel of energy in the human body.
Sushumna runs from the base of the spine to the crown of the head and carries Kundalini energy(the primal evolutionary force within) upwards as it is awakened through the practice of yoga and meditation.
Sushumna Nadi only opens and flows freely when Ida and Pingala Nadis are balanced and clear.
Thus the purification of all three Nadis is important for the overall health, wellness of the body and mind, and the experience of spiritual growth.
Anahata said, “However, as a spiritualist, even though I personally enjoy all the technicalities of ancient wisdom and esoteric arts, I don’t obsess over them. If our spiritual urge or intent is aligned to infinite expansion of awareness, potentials, and consciousness, to love, to higher principles of freedom, and balance for the highest good of all, then any sincere spiritual practice, be it yoga or plant spirit medicine, drum medicine or Reiki, should support this process effectively. As humanity makes a big shift of consciousness from the Collective Mind to the Collective Heart, I believe that the subtle technologies of our physical and etheric bodies will unlock (reveal themselves to us) and spontaneously restore or repair themselves to a state of optimum balance and health.”
In traditional Chinese medicine, Meridian is a path through which the life-energy or Qi flows
To determine the flow of current at any time, note the flow of breath in the nostrils.
If the left nostril has a greater flow of air, then Ida Nadi is predominant.
When the flow is greater in the right nostril, then Pingala is predominant.
If the flow is equal, Sushumna is ruling.
Hatha Yoga is a yoga technique that focuses on bringing this balance. Meditation, Pranayam, breath work and sound (Nada or Swara yoga) healing are different paths that one can explore to achieve this balance as well.
Surya Namaskara is a common sequence of Hatha yoga asanas
In essence, a Chakra is a geometric energy center in the subtle body made up of light, sound, and ether that begins to develop the moment you’re born and acts as a repository and processing center for all of your memories and experiences.
Now imagine those energy centers in the bodycoagulating and becoming physical. These are what we call organs.Just like Chakras, organs act as a repository and processing center for everything that we eat, drink and breathe.
There are 7 Chakras that span the subtle body and each one correlates to a specific organ in the physical body. Each Chakra oscillates at a unique frequency. If a Chakra is operating at its correct frequency, it is considered healthy and is able to achieve what is called “high spin”.
When you experience something negative, the Chakra slows down and energetic blockages begin to occur. Since each Chakra develops off of the one that comes before it, a negative experience can cause a domino effect leading to mental, spiritual, and physical sickness.
A slowed down Chakra is the #1 reason why people are not connected to higher states of consciousness.
A Chakra in “high spin” allows you to realize your connection with your higher self, activate your higher consciousness, and return to inner harmony and balance.
While there are myriad solutions to blocked Chakras, we have discovered one of the best ways to begin to heal the Chakra centers is through the use of Chakra creams.
Chakra creams are formulated based on ancient empirical knowledge about the connection between the organs, our body, and what we call planetary centers.
These creams are designed to repair, restore, and activate the Chakra centers via a spagyric process utilizing trees and pulverized crystals; the latter of which contain 7 geometric patterns that correspond to the 7 primary Chakra centers andChakra colors.
Working within the geometric templates of the morphogenic or holographic fields, they serve to remind the Chakra what it looks like to be perfect and what frequency it used to be on.
This is one of the most profound and fundamental alternative therapies in the field of alternative medicine and holistic health.
It employs spiritual healing methods which expand the awareness of the energy healer and uses energy, color and light healing techniques to catalyze healing in the patient’s energy field (Aura and Chakra System) – helping the patient’s break free from afflictions and limitations of body, mind, and spirit.
It may provide an enhanced quality of life for the patient, and facilitate spiritual growth. Energy healing is often a powerful spiritual path for the practitioner, as well.
Energy can be likened to a blueprint of physical reality, so if you change that blueprint, the physical reality must follow suit.
So performing energy work is like changing the blueprint of the physical body.