Solar Plexus Chakra!

Solar Plexus Chakra!

The third spiraling energy center in our being is the Solar Plexus Chakra. The Sanskrit name for this chakra is “Manipura,” which means, “lustrous gem.” The solar plexus chakra relates to our personal fire connecting and relating with the world around us. The third chakra is our power center that produces the fire in the belly, the magnetic core of personality and ego.

 

Location

The third chakra is located in the area of the solar plexus, which sits between the naval and digestive system. This energy flows through vital organs, such as the liver and gallbladder. When there is an imbalance in the third chakra, one will most likely experience digestive disorders and/or eating disorders. The solar plexus senses include sight and cognitive thinking, which is why the phrase “gut feeling” came about.

 

Governs

The Solar Plexus Chakra regulates the feelings of self esteem, self respect, self discipline, ambition, and courage. When the solar plexus chakra becomes imbalanced, fears of rejection, criticism, obesity, and aging begin to kick in. A healthy amount of self esteem as well as our intuitive voice are developed in a well balanced solar plexus. Our intuitive voice provides guidance throughout life, and will be as strong as the solar plexus is balanced. This chakra also holds our intuition and independence, which allows us to take risks and flow with “gut feelings.” As we evolve into the feelings of self-empowerment, we must first shed the fears that block us from the realization of pure living beauty!

 

Essential Oils to Balance the Solar Plexus Chakra

Emotional Balancing

Neroli

Frankincense

Sandalwood

Rose

Rosemary

 

Digestive System Balancing

Ginger

Peppermint

Lemon

Bergamot

Rosemary

 

Cleansing Liver and Galbladder

Juniper Berry

Rosemary

Lemon

 

Release Nervous Tension and Anxiety

Basil

Bergamot

Geranium

Patchouli

Neroli

Ylang Ylang

Rose

Jasmine

Sandalwood

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