Chakras & The Right To …
There’s an awful lot of claiming the right to … you fill in the blank … in our world these days. We haul out the right/wrong binary before we even know it most times in its service, too. Since I have the right to …, you’ll have to give up ….
That math is all wrong. In fact, the U.S. Declaration of Independence assures our citizenship of “unalienable rights,” those of Life, Liberty, and Pursuit of Happiness.”
Even the human energy system makes the same guarantee. The equation sets up like this:
Because you have a Red Root Chakra, you have the right to be here.
Because you have an Orange Sacral Chakra, you have the right to feel.
Because you have a Yellow Solar Chakra, you have the right to act.
Because you have a Green Heart Chakra, you have the right to love and be loved.
Because you have a Turquoise Throat Chakra, you have the right to speak and hear truth.
Because you have an Indigo Brow Chakra, you have the right to see.
Because you have a Violet Crown Chakra, you have the right to know.
Because you have a Rose Thymus Chakra, you have the right to serve.
Let’s review: to be here, to feel, to act, to love and be loved, to speak and hear truth, to see, to know, to serve. That’s a lot of rights, (and FWIW, no wrongs.) Rights we don’t often consider rights, we consider them part of being human most of the time.
Honestly, they sound pretty unalienable to me. Google tells me that unalienable in this sense means universal and nontransferable. What that means is that no matter how you want to intervene in, say, someone’s Yellow Solar Chakra right to take action, you can’t take it from them.
So even energetically, we are each granted our sovereignty, our integrity — our wholeness unto our selves — and that sounds like something for which to be thankful indeed.