Where a place doesn’t arise from nature it can arise from spiritual principle, though it is a rare thing.
The ‘Working with Chakras’ series of posts is an interview of a conversation on the chakras. What they are, and how you can work with them. We hope you find it of value in furthering your understanding of energy and personal growth. Working with Chakras: Part I starts with an overview, Part II begins to use the ‘assemblage point’ in working with your lower chakras, Part III moves to the heart and also explores the concept of a dominant chakra, and Part IV explores a blocked chakra and how to work with that, finishing at the upper chakras.
Travis: So move your assemblage point to the base of your chest, just inside your arms as if you would be carrying something.
Dragon Intuitive (DI): Feels like a stable point.
Travis: For you it likely is. What else do you feel? Find yourself thinking?
DI: Just stable…confident..
Travis: Interesting you say confident, this is the center of your will. The solar plexus and it is the first “thinking” chakra. It is action/reaction/adaptation.
DI: Well, it does feel like a point of balance for action.
Travis: Oh, but what if unrooted? If there is a block between it and say the sacral? Will not act without selection?
DI: Then off balance.
Travis: Action without desire, but supposedly that is sane.
DI: True, so again we don’t incorporate the bottom. People often block the heart from getting there as well.
Travis: The heart is blocked by the will, which can be very rigid conditioned doing. Move your assemblage point up to the space just in front of your sternum, where you might have hugged a teddy bear or beloved pet when you were a child.
DI: Is an expansive feeling.
Travis: Ah, this is the second “thinking” chakra, the heart, and yes, it isn’t as narrow as the solar. It is the part that notes what you feel about what you do. It is not the center of your emotions, that is the sacral. It is the center of your feelings.
DI: Yes, emotions are often not what we feel. Like anger covering for fear.
Travis: And often misinterpreted because they are demonized. Emotions are the sacral, and root feedback mechanism interpreted by the higher conditioned chakras.
DI: How so?
Travis: Emotions are seen as we are conditioned to see them, but in fact true emotion is just instinct. All the evil part is actually overlaid by the thinking charkas who believe instinct is bad, because you were indoctrinated to believe it’s so. When you resist an instinct as a child, like to say pleasure yourself and your caregiver praises you for it that feels good, and the heart chakra is very pleased and is mislead.
DI: So we’ve programmed our chakras against each other?
Travis: Yes. Each is a level of awareness and each has its own level of the aura. In a sense, each chakra has its very own aura. It’s one filter through which it sees the world. The world as you know it is the consensus of these filters.
DI: I see….just imagining the multitude of imbalances set up. Do we innately have a dominate chakra or do we have a dominate based on conditioning? Do we have a dominate at all?
Travis: Oh, we have a dominate chakra, but if healthy it is very integrated. Basically it is like the overhead chakra, it evolves into a hyper chakra in a way. If permitted.
DI: What do you mean by hyper?
Travis: Digital instead of analog communication, multi channel.
DI: A fast working hub?
Travis: Yes. Example; there are people who for lack of a better word seem very sexy, and it isn’t about their looks or about them being sexually obsessive though that happens in imbalance. These very sexy people still process everything and pursue the full experience of life, but the theme runs all through them. This person has a dominant root charka. If balanced they are just very primal people, they don’t create disturbance though there are some who revile that and those who are uncomfortable with that level of themselves see it as disturbing.
DI: How do you find your dominate chakra?
Travis: Your mind goes to its level as a root. The root chakra is the root of your life-force, but is not necessarily your touchstone for being.
DI: The dominate chakra is the root you mean?
Travis: Oh, of your soul yes. We don’t all connect the same way. This is why the soul chakra doesn’t seem clearly connected.
DI: Why is it not the touchstone?
Travis: It is source, not contact point. To be incarnated the first act is that contact. Your aura forms around that first chakra too, being there is only one. The fertilized ovum is a whole chakra. It has readable characteristics.
DI: And then gets divided up?
Travis: Yes, needs to be. Fissions like those first cells do. This is why ghost researches see “orbs”. They are seeing the one chakra.
DI: Ah I see, so it collapses all down after death?
Travis: Condenses, like a singularity. This is why biological life doesn’t endure. It doesn’t support the existence of the chakra, the chakra supports it and eventually exceeds its capacity.
DI: How so?
Travis: It, like a black hole, absorbs energy over time. All energy types. They aren’t differentiated on that level. At first the singularity was non local. The act of localizing would make it appear to be low energy. Just like an electron jump in an atomic shell, eventually it picks up more spin and speed and jumps back to the non-local.
DI: Is this how our evolution happens? Depending on what we absorb in a lifetime?
Travis: Yes. The singularity picks up karma, a spiritual spin. This resolves and the cycle repeats.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.