Chakra +/-: 8th
Today we complete our considerations of the positive and negative applications of the energies of each chakra.
Each chakra has inherently a Grace, which causes us to have a Gift to give ourselves and others. Both the Grace and the Gift of each chakra can be applied positively or negatively.
The Grace of the Rose Thymus Chakra is Compassion.
The Gift of the Rose Thymus Chakra is Kindness.
Here, in alphabetical order, are the negative possibilities connected to Intuition and Guidance.
Despairing, Few boundaries, No sense of balance, Overly vulnerable, Too closed, Too open
Remember, just like with all positives and negatives, there are two major options: the “negative,” passive thing not to do is resist. And the “positive” active thing is to embrace the opposites.
Let’s pick one: Few boundaries.
Sure, you can use wobbly boundaries as a form of resistance to Compassion — Pharaoh isn’t the only one who can harden his heart.
And you can use wobbly boundaries as a form of embrace of Compassion — the overwhelming idea that everyone else is entitled to as much blessing as you are.
Or, how about despairing?
You are perfectly capable of using despair as a form of resistance to kindness — a lot of us get so focused on our own ills that we cannot find even a drop of care for those of others.
You may also use despair as a form of embracing kindness — coming out from behind whatever cloud of emotion has left you feeling isolated can be a good motivator.
Have a gander at the list with a mind intent on self-evaluation. You know where you’re resisting, Beloved, and you know where you’re embracing. Happy with them? Great. If not, use the chakra color itself on either extreme within you to create the change you want to see.
Be the blessing.
Monday we’ll start a whole new module of chakra teaching. Have a sweet weekend.