The Chakra Body Defined


The chakra body is an exact replica of the physical body as seen through the subtle, energy vortexes coinciding with major glands and their primary, internal organs. This subtle part of the human system manages vitality and energy, taking in light and heat from the sun, planets, environment and people throughout the day. The chakras are a filtering, sampling, expressive organic machine that experiences every nuance of life through the senses. 


To properly manage vitality and good health of this component of the human operating system one must be sure to get adequate sunshine, enjoy a nourishing diet that provides the necessary proteins and vitamins while avoiding fatigue or worry, which can quickly become disease for the etheric body. 

The chakra body is vitalized by prana, which is received from the Sun at three places on the body: between the shoulder blades, above diaphragm and through the spleen. The condition of the spleen determines the intensity of prana that one receives in the physical body. This intensity enters into the spleen according to each person’s vibrational quality and state of health.

If the individual is unhealthy, the prana intake is lowered and slowed down. The more healthy the physical body, the better it receives this vital energy, hence, the necessity for a pure physical body and practicing stretches daily. If receptivity to vital stimulation and good health is poor then chakras become atrophied and closed down. 

Quality living conditions, a good diet, sunshine and practicing ethical, moral habits are all antidotes for receiving more prana and vitalization of this important subtle body.  

Daily cleansing rituals for the etheric body include bathing with sea salts, using aromatherapy oils, floral waters, smudging with sage and sweeping the aura with feathers. 

Organic vegetables and fruits assists greatly in keeping the etheric body healthy and receptive to prana energy. Crystals and gemstones are predominantly etheric in nature and directly heal the etheric body and chakra centers. 

To become better acquainted with the chakras and to gain understanding of how they are combined with emotional reactions and health of internal organs, a brief overview of each chakra is outlined here:

ROOT CHAKRA    Ancient Sanskrit name: Muldahara

Organs: Genitals, Urinary Bladder, Kidney and Ureter

In this chakra we address our relationship with survival: providing food to sustain us, shelter to protect us and our security and safety.

We can also find the root cause of addictions, nervous system diseases and headaches.  

Emotional body sensitivities that evolve out of the Root chakra are guilt, terror, extreme anger, joy and embarrassment. Symptoms demonstrate as feelings of not belonging, or not feeling at home, panic attacks, suicidal tendencies and frequent accidents.

SACRAL CHAKRA    Ancient Sanskrit name: Swadhisthana

Organs: Genitals, Urinary Bladder, Kidney and Large Intestines

All fluids in the body are balanced through the Sacral Center circulating through the kidneys, the adrenals and the hypogastric plexus.

You will find diseases such as kidney failure, urine infections, edema, exhaustion, carpal tunnel; problems with fertility, PMS, candida, ovary and uterine issues. Physical body ailments are expressed through the hips, legs, lower back, rectum and uterus.

In this center we hold our thoughts and the intentions of our desires, passionate emotions, feelings and their delusions, pleasure, sexuality and nurturance. 

SOLAR PLEXUS CHAKRA    Ancient Sanskrit name: Manipura

Organs: Pancreas, Spleen, Liver, Anus, Eyes

Imbalances, psychic drains and manipulative energies – yours or theirs – will manifest as digestive troubles, ulcers, acute gall bladder pain, bloating or heartburn.

This is where we condemn, feel self-righteous, consider ourselves a victim or look for ways to act out revenge. It is also the place where we store judgments and opinions, which in turn affect our self-esteem and self-confidence. 

Physical body ailments that manifest from complications with the Solar Plexus chakra are expressed through the health of liver, spleen, adrenals, gall bladder, pancreas and kidney. Includes digestive problems and weight struggles.

HEART CHAKRA       Ancient Sanskrit name: Anahata 

Organs: Heart and Lungs

Where our expression of love is conditioned for how we operate with desire, need, jealousy, fear or greed in creating love. Feelings of rejection, jealousy, unloved or lonely come from these emotional thought-waves.

The Heart Center and its gland and organs will suffer physical problems such as palpitations, blood clots, angina and tachycardia, blood pressure issues; lung problems such as asthma, allergies, bronchitis, as well as skin problems and reproductive organ difficulties.


THROAT CHAKRA       Ancient Sanskrit name: Vishuddha

Organs: Thyroid and Parathyroid

The ancient name for the Throat Chakra, Vishuddha, means purification indicating that a certain amount of personal discipline is necessary to open and heal this center.

This chakra is about speaking truth clearly in accordance to how we feel and from a calm place.  If we are calm in our communication, our reality is smooth. If we are agitated, emotional, frustrated or angry, then our reality is challenged and fraught with lots of lessons. We also tend to lose friends and burn bridges.

This chakra is not only about speaking but it is also about listening to others. If there are hearing problems, perhaps one is not interested in hearing the truth.

Physical body ailments that manifest from complications with the Throat chakra are sore throats, stiff neck, earaches, thyroid problems, speech disorders or hearing problems. You will also find problems with the jaw, the tonsils and the inability to say “yes” or “no”, clearly nor firmly with confidence; ears become infected or chronic sore throats ensue.

The Throat chakra is where anger is stored. If one is unable to express true feelings, then the moment will come when suddenly, it will burst out as rage, anger, crying or abusive exaggerations like lying and quick, defensive reactions.

AJNA CHAKRA       Ancient Sanskrit name: Ajna 

Organs: Pituitary Gland, Optic Chiasma and Visual Cortex

The Ajna Chakra governs our functions related to judgment, clear, mature thinking, ability to discern illusion from reality and the ability to control and balance emotions. It can bring understanding of the abstract plane, reasoning skills, intellectual concepts and understanding in life’s process. It can also limit or gain the potential to expand and grasp new concepts, liberating, innovative ideas and the possibilities inherent in conscious group co-creating.

Physical Body ailments that are result of imbalance with this chakra are poor eyesight, facial complexion, health issues with the lymphatic system and endocrine system; frequent headaches, eyesight problems, nightmares, our immune system suddenly weakens.

When the Ajna is healthy and working properly it is able to perceive reality correctly and unmasks any illusions presented. It also provides the ability to see between right and wrong and fertility of possibilities for manifestation. 

CROWN CHAKRA       Ancient Sanskrit name: Saraswati

Organs: Pineal gland, Cerebral Cortex, sensory and motor strips, frontal lobes

Through this Center we experience spiritual crisis and gain the ability to trust life and its process. If this center is inactive or unhealthy it will demonstrate through the refusal to change or transform. 

When we experience immune problems such as cancer, we are not connected nor fulfilling our soul’s highest potential. Overwhelming depression, severe headaches, dizziness, lack of direction, learning disorders and multiple personalities all indicate a closed or unhealthy Crown Chakra. We also experience spinal and bone degeneration, paralysis, autism and other karmic degenerative disease. 

The Crown Chakras creative energy flows in and manifests through the Heart chakra as one is fulfilling highest potential of life purpose inside group interaction and common projects.