First, let’s define what physics is – it is the branch of science concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy. If we take the description of what chakra is, we will discover that it is one of the seven major energy centers in the body. If we combine our knowledge of physics and our knowledge about the properties of chakras, we might be able to find a simple way to describe a 7 chakra system through physics.
Even though many people still consider chakras to be just a part of a spiritual belief system, their work has a strong influence on the quality of life we are experiencing.
If you stop for just a moment and look around, what will you see? Most likely you will see all kinds of living and non-living objects (hopefully, there are some living objects around you, at least some flowers 🙂 ). Nevertheless, there is something that your eye is not accustomed to see, at least yet. The fact is that you are surrounded with all kinds of electromagnetic waves that are generated by cell phones, Wi-Fi routers and radio/TV stations.
All of those waves work on different frequencies and they are real even though you can’t really see or touch them. You are sure of their existence simply because when you turn on your iPad you can connect to the internet, you can tune into an FM station in order to listen to your favorite music or you can even use your cell phone to call all your friends and ask them: “can you see all seven chakras?”
Definition of seven chakras, where chakra energy is coming from and what seven chakras are responsible for.
“Everything is energy” – you have probably heard that at some point of your life. If we zoom in on any living or non-living object, we will discover that a certain scale matter becomes energy. The seven chakras are the energy centers that are a part of the human aura (or an energy shell).
Chakras absorb energy-informational particles of different frequencies from the surrounding environment (or the Field) and are also responsible for releasing those particles from the human body after they have been used. The work of chakras can be compared to the work of routers. They are like energy-informational junctions (or routers) that receive and transmit energy-informational waves of particles and make the interaction with the surrounding environment possible for the humans.
Energy centers or chakras as the energy-informational routers
Chakras filter and provide the human body with the energy it needs from the chaos of the energy-informational world around us. Each of seven chakras (there are chakra systems that use a different number of energy centers to describe how energy bodies of a human work) has its own spectrum and frequency. The energy that has been used by the human body or excess of it is released through chakras into the surrounding environment through the work of chakras. The coded energy that chakras transmit is also used to interact and connect with other people.
In simple terms, in order to live, we need energy and we get this energy only partially from food consumption. The quality of energy that we receive from food can only cover a certain frequency of energy we need to survive. If we want to really live, we need to admit that there are other sources of energy.
The seven chakras are like an energy-informational digestive system. Chakras consume energy from the surrounding environment and release the energy that has been used or no longer needed into the energy-informational field. Balanced work of the seven chakras is a vital part of living a healthy and happy life.
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