THE WILL AND THE SEVEN CHAKRAS (SPIRITUAL CENTERS)

 

 

Each of the seven chakras has a mental aspect to it.  Each chakra also has an aspect of the will to it.  So as a person attunes their chakras (centers), they are also attuning their will to function in a harmonious way with all the centers.

 

 

THE SEVEN CHAKRAS

 

1. Root (gonads).  Grounding, life-force, survival, security, safety, stability, trust.

 

2. Sacral (Cayce: Leydig cells).  Sexuality, creativity,  emotions, intimacy, self-worth.

 

3. Adrenal (solar plexus).  Self-esteem, personal responsibility, wisdom, power, service.

 

4. Thymus (heart).  Love, compassion, healing.

 

5. Thyroid (throat).  Communication, free will, the ability to make a decision.  The 5th chakra is closest to the actual will, because it involves decision-making.

 

6. Pineal (3rd eye).  Intellect, awareness, imagination, intuition, clarity of purpose and path.

 

7. Pituitary (crown).  Spirituality, oneness, divine love, spiritual healing.

 

 

QUALITIES OF THE WILL, as related to the chakras.  (From the Cayce Readings).  (Outline provided by author and speaker Mark Thurston)

 

The will has three qualities, as follows:

 

A.  When the will is alive and healthy in a person’s life.

B.  When the will is slumbering and the particular quality is missing.

C.  A description of an imposter of a healthy will. 

 

Applying the letter designation above to each of the seven chakras:

 

1. Root.          

 

A.  Dynamic and energetic relationship to life.

B.  Inertia, drained, complacent.

C.  Hyperactive, no direction.

 

2. Sacral.

 

A.  Discipline and control of self.

B.  Undisciplined; enslaved to our own fears, desires and guilts.

C.  Repression, self-destructiveness.

 

                                                                                                                                                               

3. Adrenal.

 

A.  Courageous initiative.

B.  Timid, go with old habits because this is the easy way.

C.  Recklesness, self-destructiveness.

 

4. Thymus.

 

A.  Patient persistence.

B.  Gives up easily.

C.  Persistence with no patience or understanding, such as stubbornness.

     Or, patience with no persistence - these people never get anything done.

 

5. Thyroid.

 

A.  Decisiveness, resoluteness, being able to make decisions.

B.  Wishy-washy.

C.  Snap decision-making with no thinking about the situation.  Failure to look for or examine

     alternatives.

 

6. Pineal.

 

A.  Focus attention, set priorities and stick with them.  Integrate all of life into specific targets.

B.  Life is scattered and distracted, jump from one thing to the next.

C.  Obsession.  Tunnel vision on only one thing.  Inability to see how one thing can be integrated into

     the whole.

 

7. Pituitary.

 

A.  Healing, making whole, harmonizing our life.  Our will can cause us to see how all parts of our lives

     can be knit together.  Synergy - the whole is larger than the sum of the parts.

B.  Fragmented life.  Feeling pulled one way and then another, feel pulled apart.

C.  Pulling things together to reduce everything to the lowest common denominator.  Not building the

     parts to a higher unified individuality, but reducing the parts to a “norm” to just “get along."