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The Chakras and the Endocrine System

April 18, 2020

It has been discovered that in actual fact the chakras, can have their actual color scheme measured, as Dr. Valerie Hunt studied this at the University of California, Los Angeles. I have a strong desire to continue her work, as the colors were scientifically proven to be the same as what we have been taught from the metaphysical literature. The spine/glandular system is linked to the root chakra, while the sacral chakra and the solar plexus chakra are linked to the spleen and the adrenals/pancreas. The heart charka is linked to the thymus, which has to do with your immune system, and the thyroid/parathyroid is linked to the throat chakra. The third eye, pituitary, is a gland that works on the psychic talent everybody is born with but many do not know how to use.

The crown chakra is linked to the pineal, another gland that when the pineal gland is disrupted, the crown chakra is also affected. An endocrine problem can display itself in the chakra first, since increasing activity of a chakra could produce a weakened physical light with the property of being measurable. Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama, is a scientist and a Shinto priest who studied the charkas, wrote books about it, and proved that people can channel energy through the charkas but the chakras are not a part of the central nervous system and the meridian network.

Dale, Cyndi. The Subtle Body: An Encyclopedia of Your Energetic Anatomy. Sounds True. 2009.

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