Solar Plexus

Talia Michaels

Posted on July 29 2019

Solar Plexus

What is the Solar Plexus Chakra?

The 3rd chakra is the Solar Plexus, which is also known as the Manipura which is the centre for digestion. The third centre is the centre of intelligence and also of Chi. This chakra relates to personal power, will, transformation. It is the chakra that combines matter and movement to create energy. 

Crystals for the Solar Plexus 
Citrine, Amber, Yellow Jasper 

Frequency for the solar plexus chakra

Each chakra will vibrate to different frequencies, The Solar Plexus Chakra vibrates at 528hz and Note E. You can Chant with the solar plexus chakra by making the sound "ram".

Overactive or Under-active Chakra Symptoms

Having too little or too much energy flow through these chakras can cause them to become unbalanced. When one is balanced with this chakra, they are on their own path of self development and have found their own personal power.  It is all about deep sense of self, which has been evolved from the foundation set in our root chakra through the ebb and flow of our emotions and desires. 

Having a balanced solar plexus will allow you to feel more cheerful, outgoing, respectful to yourself and others, empower others and have confidence within. Being able to enjoy physical activities and eating good food. Open to accepting new challenges and has found the path they have been looking for. 

However if the chakra is carrying too much energy they may show symptoms of demanding behaviour, workaholic, worries and consumed by thoughts. Judgemental behaviour will appear to be heightened. 

If our solar plexus chakra appears to be under-active with energy, then we may have feelings of depression, lack of confidence, confusion, apathy, jealousy, worries about others thoughts, insecurities and distrustful.

The best way to balance your solar plexus chakra is to spend some time performing yoga, tai chi and work on self confidence with positive affirmations. 

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