Green Colour Essence
The Green Essence Radiates:
Harmony | Balance | Hope | Renewal | Fertility | Expansion | Compassion | Abundance | Earth Love | Life Force | Peace
I am worthy of love. I give and receive love joyfully.
Heart Chakra Sound Vibration
Sacred Geometry Used in Essence Making:
Heart Chakra Mandala by Geometer Ros Pape
The Spike Thorn ~ Tree of Loving Kindness
Anahata / Heart Chakra
The Heart Chakra is the 4th chakra and sits at the midpoint of the chakral system, therefor serving as the bridge between the lower and upper chakras. The Sanskrit term for the Heart chakra, Anahata, means “the unstruck chord / sound”. This chakra nourishes the circulatory system – heart, lungs, blood and vascular system – as well as the breasts, rib cage, thymus gland and thus the immune system.
The main focuses of the heart chakra are love and balance. This chakra speaks to our innate right to love and to be loved. This is the energy center that opens and holds our capacity for love and compassion for both ourselves and others. The heart’s purpose is to raise our understanding of love from a basic physical reaction, to an awareness of love from a non-physical, nonjudgmental, spiritual perspective. This is unconditional love.
An over-active heart chakra is characterized by jealous, demanding, and co-dependent tendencies. Depression, moodiness, clinginess, the inability to maintain healthy boundaries and martyrdom are also indicators that this chakra is out of balance.
A person with an under energized heart chakra may be narcissistic, withdrawn, judgmental, intolerant, emotionally cold and lacking in empathy for the self and others.
When the heart chakra is in a state of balance we are compassionate, kind, loving, peaceful and altruistic. We are also in touch with our feelings, empathetic and able to set healthy boundaries. With this chakra opened and balanced we are deeply attuned to Mother Earth for green is the colour of the natural world, the trees and forests. Being in nature opens and nourishes the heart chakra.
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