It is difficult to prove the existence of the so-called psychic or spiritual energy centers of man because they can neither be seen nor felt by the average individual, nor can they be detected by traditional medical instruments.
These centers or vortices of energy in the body have been known for thousands of years in the East. In the Sanskrit language they are called chakras, which literally means “wheels,” because they appear like circular objects to clairvoyant vision.
A blockage in any of these seven centers can lead to illness or an imbalanced personality. What can block or impede the flow of these psychic or spiritual energies are negative emotions, stress, drugs, etc.
Mainstream Western medical science has absolutely no idea about the existence of these centers of energy in the body which influence our physical and mental health, and general well-being.
Perhaps the first breakthrough in the scientific validation of the reality of the chakras can be attributed to the pioneering work of Japanese parapsychologist (or psychic researcher) Hiroshi Motoyama.
In the ’70s, he developed a machine he called Apparatus for Meridian Identification (AMI). Its purpose was to determine if the acupuncture points and meridians in the body according to traditional Chinese medicine exist. By measuring the subtle energies emitted by various cells in the body, he discovered that acupuncture points really exist.
Quite by accident, he also discovered that, aside from acupuncture points, there are other centers of energy that correspond to what Indian yoga philosophy calls chakras or vortices of energy that flow into channels called nadis along the spinal column. Motoyama wrote several scientific monographs describing his findings.
According to Indian yoga teachings, there are seven major chakra centers in the body which correspond to certain parts of the human anatomy, the colors of the rainbow, to psychic powers, the endocrine system and even to musical notes.
These seven major psychic centers or chakras. Their corresponding locations and attributes begin at the lowest or root chakra at the base of the spine, and ending at the highest level on top of the head:
Root—coccyx area, the color red, sense of security and safety.
Sex—genital area, orange, gonads or ovary, sexuality and creativity.
Navel—stomach region, yellow, adrenals, will power.
Heart—thymus, green, compassion.
Throat—throat, blue, thyroid, expression or communication.
The importance of these chakras or psychic centers is they influence our psychological and physical well-being. As mentioned, a blocked chakra can lead to psychological and physical imbalance. Meditating on the chakras can boost our immune system and develop our psychic abilities and intuition.
Opening your chakras
In my Basic ESP and Intuition Development seminar, I teach a special meditation technique to activate, open and balance the chakras.
The chakras do more than these things. According to American psychic and prophet Edgar Cayce, the seven seals of the apocalypse mentioned in the Bible refer to the seven chakras, which are sealed or kept secret until man is spiritually ready to activate or open them.
An angelic entity also informed us about the connection between the seven psychic centers and the seven last words of Christ, the seven sacraments, the seven deadly sins, and the 10 commandments that God gave to Moses. These are secret teachings I’ve never heard anywhere else.
They are impossible to prove or validate scientifically. Readers are free to accept or reject this information.
But they do make sense from a metaphysical or mystical point of view. Therefore, it may not be wise to just ignore them. As Shakespeare said, “There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”
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