The photo on the left is a picture showing the chakras when it is completely balanced and in alignment. The photo on the right is a picture is showing the chakras when it’s going through major changes in alignment. The photo on the right contains both underactive and overactive chakras. There are also major changes in the aura of the photo on the right. We can see some yellow starting to come in through on the right as the aura is shifting its dominant vibration.
The photo on the right reflects a time of tumultuous spiritual, energetic, and physical change for me 4 years ago when I had gotten my first aura photo taken. I was clearing up many life blockages and finding my true path on a spiritual and material level. The changes that I had experienced were not very pleasant but were very essential to my personal growth. The photo on the left reflect the inner spiritual work and the material work I had put forth to bring my self to balance. This photo was taken 3 years ago, only one year after the completely unbalanced chakra photo on the right. This doesn’t mean that I was able to come into complete balance just by doing a year of work, it means that the work as been ongoing and came together at one point.
The halo around the crown chakra or the head had also significantly gotten brighter and bigger in the left photo compare to the right. The halo is a combination of the activation of the third eye chakra and the crown chakra. It’s symbolic of the connection with the divine and a spiritual mindset. This halo is highly regarded among spiritual people, and I have seen it on a few spiritual teachers just by looking at them with my naked eye.
The aura can change colors very quickly depending our one’s emotional state, environment, or situation. The dominant color of the aura is used to describe one’s state of being. Bright auras tend to attract more compare to darker and muddy auras. The surface layers of the aura can be seen by the naked eye and can appear as one solid color, rainbow, multiple colors, bright, or dark depending on how you perceive color and energy. Auras can tell us a lot about someone, so seeing one’s aura is basically reading one’s energy.
Chakras are energy centers within our body that effects our state of being as well as the people, situations and circumstances we attract into our lives. The chakra system is quite complex, to simplify and let you gain quick knowledge of it, I am just going to focus on the 7 main chakras. If you do decide to have a more complex understanding of chakras after you read this, please feel free to reach out to me and ask any questions. Below is a description of each individual chakra.
Root chakra is located at the base of the spine and is related to survival and fears, a healthy chakra is grounded in trust. The male sex organs are a part of the root chakra. An excessive root chakra leads to heaviness, materialism and greed. A deficient root chakra leads to lack of discipline, restlessness and feeling spacy. This chakra contains the element of earth and has the physical element of self-preservation.
Sacral chakra is located in the hips, lower back, abdomen, and female sex organs. The central issues of this chakra are sexuality, emotions and desire. An excessive sacral chakra is characterized by poor boundaries, sex addiction, obsessive attachments, and overly emotional. A deficient sacral chakra is characterized by fear of pleasure, numbness, rigidity, and impotence. This chakra contains the element of water and is ruled by self-gratification.
Solar plexus chakra is known as the chakra of person power and will, found in the solar plexus region. The goal of this chakra is vitality, spontaneity, strength of will, purpose, and self-esteem. An overactive chakra is characterized by being aggressive, dominating, constantly active, scattered, and blaming. An underactive chakra is characterized by weak will, poor self-esteem, passive, sluggish, and fearful. The identity of this chakra is the ego and shame as the antagonist. This chakra contains the element of fire and is ruled by self-definition.
Heart chakra is governed by love whose trickster is grief. Located in the chest area, this chakra is defined by self-acceptance and relationships. An overactive heart chakra has codependency, poor boundaries, possessiveness and jealousy. The underactive heart chakra has bitterness, criticism, lack of empathy, loneliness, isolation and shyness. This chakra contains the element of air and is seek social identity.
Throat chakra is based in communication and authenticity located at the throat. It longs to speak and to be heard in its creative expression of the self. An overactive throat chakra has tendencies to over extend, talk loudly, inability to listen, stuttering, and talk excessively. The underactive throat chakra has fear of speaking, humiliation issues, poor rhythm, and unable to express in words. This chakra contains the element of sound through clear communication and creative expression of oneself.
Third eye chakra is ruled by intuition and imagination located between the brows. When ungrounded, this leads to only seeing illusions rather than the absolute. An overactive chakra leads to headaches, hallucinations, difficulty concentrating, nightmares, and delusions. The characteristics of an underactive chakra is poor vision, unable to recognize patterns, lack of imagination, denial and poor memory. The element of this chakra is light and its identity is based on seeing.
The crown chakra is based in awareness and is located at the top of the head. Information and self-knowledge are the basis of this chakra. The overactive chakra is prevalent in a top- down chakra system and is characterized by overly intellectual, spiritual addiction, confusion and disassociation. The underactive crown chakra is characterized by learning difficulties, spiritual skepticism, limited beliefs, materialism, and apathy. The crown chakra contains the element of information and converts it into self-actualization.