With every human life comes a center of power. It is the place from which you give your most empassioned feelings voice and make it known to all the world. What is it you care about most? Where is the center of that passion? It is a chakra. It is a place of energy where you store your power. Let us begin.
1. Sit in a quiet space and think of the four things for which you are most passionate? Is it the rights of children? Is it the rights of women? Is it the rights of humans to receive opportunities for expansion? Where are you feeling this passion? Is it in your third chakra, where you relate to the world? Or is it your heart chakra, where you extend love? Is it your crown chakra, where you connect to your divinity? Is it your root chakra, where you honor your ancestory? Is it your sex chakra, where you reclaim your power as a receiver and giver of life? Is it your throat chakra, where you speak your truth? Is it your third eye chakra, where you see the experience of living with the eyes of energy? It is one of these. You have a center of power where you hold your most empassioned feelings. You will know where this center is by focusing on the four things for which you feel most empassioned and then aligning them with their appropriate chakra. Let us use this channel as an example. Her four “things” for which she is most empassioned are these: 1. The right of all humans to love their spirits. 2. The right of all humans to be in communication with their angels. 3. The right of all humans to be loved unconditionally. 4. The right of all humans to be in awareness of their energetic body. It is with passion that she feels these rights. They are rights. They are connected to the chakra of the third eye, where you see the world as energy. All of her passions have to do with energy. They are given human words, but they are energy. Where are your passions? What do they represent? Do they represent the right to create (this is aligned with the sex chakra)? Do they represent the right to believe in your connection to the earth and its role in our lives as humans, beings with history and families (this is aligned with the root chakra)? Do they have the well being of all mankind in their articulating? Do they offer more to children than to adults? Do they want to see a world that celebrates its commonalities? Does it have a feeling of love? This is the heart chakra. Do your passions have a call to action that involves speaking out? Do they require you to be in constant conversation with others? Do they move you to reach out with your voices and make connections with others? Do they give others the chance to speak back? Do they give others the chance to respond in kind? Do they use the throat for communication in all of their ways of expression? This is the throat chakra. Do your passions only have to do with being in quiet contemplation and seperating yourself from the daily world? Do they only require you to be in communication with your higher self? Do they want you to be in a meditation most of your life? Do they want you to go far away and seperate yourself from humanity? Do they want you to be with others in a teaching capacity as someone who understands our divinity? This is the crown chakra. Do your passions want you to relate to the world as energy? Do they want others to understand the energy of all things? Do they ask others to see yourself as energy? Do they offer others the freedom of being seen as energy and not as bodies? These are the passions of the third eye. All chakras have feelings associated with them. Your task today is to write down your four main passions, the rights in which all humans have a “protected” link, and make the connection to the chakra in which they originate. This is your power center for this lifetime. That is all. It is done. It is done. It is done. That is all.
2. Now, go, complete this exercise. For you will find much relief in its knowing. That is all.