Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Chakras: The Anatomy of the Soul, the Anatomy of the Chakras by Gene Coderre

Regardless of where they were born, everyone has a skeleton with the exact same number of bones. In the same way, we all share the same luminous anatomy, which includes the chakras and the acupuncture meridians. The chakras are swirling disks of energy. The word chakra means “wheel” in Sanskrit. They spin three to four inches outside the body and link to our spine and central nervous system.

The chakras are a direct pipeline to the human neural network. They rotate clockwise, in the same direction that the spiral arms of the galaxy revolve. Each chakra has a unique frequency that we perceive as one of the seven colors of the rainbow. The chakras in a newborn child display their pure color, from red in the first chakra to violet in the seventh. As we grow older the color in our chakras becomes dull.

The trauma and loss in our lives leave their toxic residues behind. The sludge that adheres to a chakra does not permit it to vibrate at its pure frequency, and physical aging is accelerated. When a shaman completes her healing process her chakras become clear. They spin freely and vibrate with their original purity again.

The Amazon shamans believe that when you clear all your chakras you acquire a “rainbow body.” Each center vibrates at its natural frequency, and you radiate the seven colors of the rainbow. According to legend, when you acquire the rainbow body you can make the journey beyond death to the Spirit world. You are able to assist others in their healing, and you can die consciously since you already know the way back home. The jungle shamans believe death is a great predator that stalks each and every one of us. They say that many illnesses are caused by the death that festers within us. These medicine people believe that death (or lifelessness, as I prefer to think of it) claims us little by little, until one day we realize that we are more dead than alive. I’ve seen it happen to many persons, and I believe this condition is rampant in America today. When your chakras are clear you are no longer stalked by death. You are claimed by life, and therefore you can never by claimed again by death.

The flag of the Inka nation is the rainbow, which holds a very special place in their mythology. You can see it flying over the rooftops of Cusco even today.

Gene's Next message will be about the "Chakra's of the Earth"


  1. Yay! I am learning. I want to keep my chakras is hard to in this day and age but I am diligent and earnest in my desire to do so. Thank you for this article and for your blog. :) Namaste!!

  2. Excellent article. Thank you very much. Well done. Many years ago I used to wonder why I always felt so uplifted seeing a rainbow. Now I realize that on subconscious levels we are resonating energetically with the rainbow as it is like a mirror of our harmonics. There's a rainbow in each of and it awakens a little bit when we see a rainbow. Thanks for the information.


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