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Each of us is endowed with a certain gift, a talent that a person needs to express and realize in the course of his life. So that we could realize our gift and realize all our dreams, the nature of each of us has given us enormous potential and, in principle, everyone has everything necessary for self-realization. But if a person for some reason fails to realize his gift, his nature cruelly punishes him. And then the potential, which was given for self-realization, begins to destroy both human health and his whole life. And this is not a secret that most of us suffer not just from lack, but from an excess of unrealized energy. The ancient physicians argued that the excess energy of a person is harmful, and even tantamount to poison in his body. Depression and anxiety, despair, and various psychosomatic diseases indicate that a person either failed to realize his dreams, or simply does not have them. An indicator of the realization of their creative potential is psychological health and creative activity. According to the teachings of ancient physicians, our ideas and dreams originate in the Sahasrara chakra, which means in the area of the crown of the head. The energy necessary for the realization of these ideas is stored in the Muladhara chakra, located in the lower part of the body, in the groin area. Man creates, creates, leads a creative search, but before this construction must occur somewhere in his imagination, in his soul. At the same time, through its thin channels from Muladhara to Sahasrara, the flow of psychic energy, which the ancients called prana, moves from bottom to top. In Muladhara, this psychic energy is stored in a rough form, unpurified from its material and animal nature. Passing through thin channels, this energy in the chakras is transformed and purified. On the way to its realization, it needs to overcome the seven chakras, each of which, like a filter, purifies psychic energy, crystallizing its qualities.
The use of spinal testing in osteopathy makes it possible, with the help of various programs, to explore the interaction of thin channels and chakras, and allows you to track the degree of creative activity, as well as to identify the causes that limit or block the creative process of self-realization of the individual.
Exploring this aura, we can conclude that the man, due to the many locks, in almost all the chakras, is limited to the creative process of self-realization. This is evidenced by the overload of the cerebral zone and the accumulation of excess energy in the region of the thyroid gland, the solar plexus and the urogenital system.
Natalya Dvorkina, Grigory Dvorkin