Our spiritual center is the flow of energy that is connected to our life force. The spiritual centers are connected to our souls. Your aura is the energy that flows around your body and changes colors according to how you feel and what you are experiencing in your life. Many spiritual experts believe that energy flows through chakras, which are your spiritual centers.
The following are the first four chakras points to your spiritual centers:
The first chakra is red in color. It is located at the base of the spine. This chakra controls the consciousness of survival. It is also known as the “base chakra.”
The second chakra is orange in color. It is located next to the spleen. The second chakra is between the first chakra and your navel. This chakra controls the consciousness of emotion and pleasure. It is also called the “emotional chakra.”
Another chakra is the third chakra which is yellow in color. It is located above the navel. This chakra is over the consciousness of will power, creativity, and decisions.
The fourth chakra is green in color. It is known as the “heart chakra.” This chakra is located at the heart. The fourth chakra is the center of love; it is higher than the plane of emotions. Love brings calmness and balance.
The unbalance of the chakras can occur when we allow our egos to take over. For example, when you are nervous about taking a test, you will feel butterflies in the pit of your stomach. Another example is, when you are scared, you will feel a shiver go down your spine. These examples are natural occurrences, and both of them show how chakras in your body can affect how you feel physically, as well as how you release your energy into the outside world through your aura, body language, posture, and action.
© By Kimberly Ware
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