Human Energy System
The vibrational medicine view of human beings as multidimensional energy systems is more easily understood if we examine the many ways our bodies use different forms of energy in nutrition, information processing and maintaining our general health.
The nerves of the body are a kind of electrical wiring system that allows our brain to telegraph message system. The brain uses a kind of electrical code in order to send and receive different forms of information from various parts of the body.
Our nervous system uses a Morse code of electrical dots and dashes that functions as a specialized language to carry different types of biological information to different parts of the body. while also relaying information from the body back to brain.
The energy systems of the body are within the realm of conventional electromagnetic, electrical, and chemical energy systems. The neuroelectrical and biochemical energy systems of the body are fairly well established in scientific circles, an in time, the bioelectronic and biophotonic, or light-based, energy systems of the body will be validated by further scientific research.
The unconventional energy systems, sometimes referred as “subtle-energy” systems, comes from the sacred and spiritual knowledge of the Far East and India. These are the acupuncture meridian-system and chakra-system.
Chakra means “wheel” in Sanskrit language.
Like acu-points, chakras are spezialized energy centers throughout our bodies where a unique form of subtle environmental (life) energy is absorbed and distributed to our cells, organs, and body tissues. According to ancient wisdom and current research, each of major chakras is directly linked to different region of the body, as well as to a particular hormone producing endocrine gland and system of bodily nerves.
From the vibrational medicine perspective, the seven chakras are more than mere regulators of physiological functioning in the body´s endocrine glands. They are considered emotional- and spiritual-energy processors. Each of seven chakras is individually linked to small nerve bundles known as ganglia. Each ganglion is like a little brain center. Each chakra processes and remembers different emotional events and trauma that affects us throughout our lifetime.
When a person has a chronic problem in dealing with the emotional and spiritual issues associated with a particular chakra, the resulting constriction of life-energy flow to the body zone linked with that chakra can sometimes manifest as a “dis-ease” or “health challenge”. This refers to my previous blog post I wrote about different perspectives for illness.
Life-energy – chi (China), ki (Japan), prana (India)
Here is example for every chakra about the “health challenge” just to mention a few.
- Root chakra – Experience – Survival and Personal Safety (Addictions, depression)
- Sacral chakra – Interpret – Relationship with others and Sexual (Pelvic infections, bladder problems)
- Solar plexus chakra – Events – Personal Power & Self-esteem (Stomach, pancreas, digestive organs)
- Heart chakra – Possibility – Expressing love (Heart, lungs, breast > breast cancer)
- Throat chakra – Choice – Expression will (Chronic throat problems, laryngitis, thyroid disorders)
- Third-eye chakra – Thought – Clear vision & observing (cataract, eye dis-eases)
- Crown chakra – Desire– Purpose, meaning of life
The amount and quality of life energy moving through our seven major emotional-energy centers is a powerful factor influencing the health of the tissues of various parts of our bodies. When we experience difficulties in dealing with one or more of these seven chakra-linked psychospiritual issues, such difficulties may lead to an energy weakness or imbalance in the chakra-associated body region. The energy flow through our chakras may be the underlying factor that determines the “weakest link” in the chain that is our body. When a chain is stressed and pulled, it always breaks at the point of the weakest link. Because the chakras are connected to our emotions and our desires, they play an important role in the translation of emotional problems into physical problems.